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Girl Names Ending with -illa

Illa ending baby names and what they mean, with 63 results. -illa names are used more often as feminine names. Usage of these girl names was at its apex in the 1940s (adoption of 0.14%) and is almost as widespread today (adoption 0.11%, 20%), but with names like Lilla falling out of fashion. Willa (#481) and Camilla (#374) are two of the more fashionable birth names in this list, while Parilla (top 31%) and Davilla (20%) are conventional -illa last names.

-illa names

Amarilla - Dilla | Domitilla - Marilla | Marilla - Twilla | Willa - Zilla

Amarilla - Dilla

Amarilla
From Greek element. "Shiny, sparkling." Unusual. Compare Amarilla with common -la last names Astrella (upper 67%), Antilla (31%).

Anngilla, Annijilla
Forms of Angela. Derived fr. Greek language. "Messenger; angel, messenger of God." Anngilla and Annijilla were not among 2015's Top names.

Arcilla
Var. of Araceli. Derived fr. Latin. "Altar of heaven; heavenly homemaker." Compare surnames Arcella (top 90%), Arcila (20%). See also Aricella.

ArvillaArvilla
Var. of Arnette. Origin fr. Old German. "Eagle ruler." Adoption of Arvilla was widespread in the 1900s, but now, Arvilla has gone out of style. See also Arcilla.

Averilla
Var. of Averil. Root fr. Old English. "Boar battle." Scarcely used as a girls' name. See also Avrill.

Bazilla
Var. of Basilia. Stems fr. Greek element. "Royal, regal." Bazili and Bazilna are creative forms.

Billie and variantsBilla1, Willa1
Var. of Billie. Derivative of Old English language. .. Now a feminine name, a short .. Willa and variants are at the top of their popularity presently.

Billa2, Willa2
Var. of Wilhelmina. From Old German element. "Determined protector." Popularly used, with usage of 0.033% for Billa and Willa as children's names in 2015, higher than 0.026% the year before.

Camilla and variantsCamilla, var. Cammilla, Kamilla, Milla
From Latin. "Helper to the priest." Camilla is a common (upper 24%) feminine name, whereas Cammilla, Kamilla and Milla are rare.

Carmilla
Form of Carmel. Derived fr. Hebrew word. "Garden, orchard." Unusual. Carmilla, like Cirilla, ends with the feminine-sounding -lla. See also Yarmilla.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -illa names: Arvilla, Camilla, Cilla, Kamilla, Milla

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -illa names: Sybilla, Willa

Cecilla, Cilla1
Forms of Cecilia. Derivative of Latin, Old Welsh elements. "Blind; sixth." Cecilla is unusual as a baby name among the variant forms of Cecilia.

Chrysilla
Var. of Chryseis. Stems fr. Latin word. "Golden daughter." Chrysilla is an irregularly used female name.

Cilla2
Stems fr. Latin word. "Ancient." Somewhat popular as a girls' name, Cilla is comparable to the common Willa. See also Chella.

Corilla1, Korilla1
Forms of Kora. Based on Greek. "Maiden." Corilla and Korilla are not often adopted as girls' names.

Corilla2, Korilla2
Forms of Cora. Based on Greek element. "Maiden." Rare. Corilla, Korilla (cf. Kalila) ends with the androgynous -la.

Csilla
Derived fr. Hungarian language. "Star." Csilla is not a Top 2000 name. See also Cilly.

Sibyl and variantsCybilla, Sabilla, Sibilla, Sybilla
Forms of Sibyl. Derivative of Greek word. "Prophetess, oracle." Sibilla and forms rose in popularity a century ago.

Cyrilla1, var. Cirilla, Sirilla, Syrilla
Stems fr. Greek word. "Lord." Cirilla and variants are unique as girls' names.

Cyrilla2
Form of Cira. From Greek. "Lord." Cyrilla is not a Top 2000 name. See also Cyrille.

Dilla
Var. of Alida. From Latin element. "Small winged one." Outside Top 2000. See also Dielle.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for -illa names for girls.

1. Amarilla - Dilla
Amarilla, Angela [Anngilla, Annijilla], Araceli [Arcilla], Arnette [Arvilla], Averil [Averilla], Basilia [Bazilla], Billie [Billa, Willa], Wilhelmina [Billa, Willa], Camilla [Milla, Kamilla, Cammilla], Carmel [Carmilla], Cecilia [Cilla, Cecilla], Chryseis [Chrysilla], Cilla, Kora [Corilla, Korilla], Cora [Corilla, Korilla], Csilla, Sibyl [Cybilla, Sabilla, Sibilla, Sybilla], Cyrilla [Cirilla, Sirilla, Syrilla], Cira [Cyrilla], Alida [Dilla]


Domitilla, Drusilla [Drucilla, Druesilla, Druscilla], Ebrilla, Emily [Emilla], Gavrila [Gavrilla], Gabrielle [Gavrilla], Gunhilda [Gunilla], Ilana [Illa], Jameelah [Jamilla], Jamila [Jamilla], Kamilah [Kamilla], Kamilla [Milla, Camilla, Kemilla], Lily [Lilla], Lucille [Lucilla], Lucy [Lucilla], Ludmilla, Marvell [Maravilla], Maravilla, Mary [Marilla, Mariquilla], Mariel [Marilla]


Marilla, Mercy [Mercilla], Mireio [Mireilla], Mira [Mirilla, Myrilla], Miranda [Myrilla, Myrrilla], Neala [Neilla], Neila [Neilla], Orela [Orilla], Pamela [Pamilla], Petra [Pernilla, Petronilla], Pernella [Pernilla], Priscilla [Pricilla, Prisilla, Prysilla, Prescilla, ..], Quilla, Radmilla [Radilla, Redmilla], Rilla, Sevilla, Sheila [Shilla], Sybil [Sibilla, Sybilla], Tehila [Tehilla], Twyla [Twilla]


Willa, Yarmilla, Zilla

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