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What does Beyla mean?

Beyla /bey-la/ as a girls' name. Beyla's root is Spanish, and the meaning of Beyla is "dance; beautiful". Beyla is an alternate form of Baila (Spanish) with the prefix Be-. Beyla is also a form of Bella (Italian, Latin): also a short variation of Isabel.

Variations

Beyla has 1 variant: Byla.

Beyla has 4 more different relations via Baila, Bella: Bel, Bell, Belle and Belva.

Kreatif forms:
(female) Beala, Beyta, ..

(male) Beye, Beyley, ..

How popular is Beyla?

Beyla is an unusual given name for women. Beyla is an equally unusual surname for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)

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Ranking and usage % can show different trends depending on the distribution of names that year.

Below is a graphed analysis of the usage of the girl name Beyla and affiliated names. Bella (#70 in 2014), Belle (#1030), Belva, Baila and Bell are the prominent varying forms of Beyla (outside Top 2000). Other forms, like Bel, are uncommon. These relations of Beyla were at the height of their popularity in the year 2010 (median #1500) and are somewhat less common today (#1420, 26.3% less usage). Bella has been the most prominent, while forms like Belle used to be popular. (Top Baby Names, 2014)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Baila, Bell, Bella, Belle, Belva in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Bella outside U.S.

Similar Names

NAMES LIKE BEYLA

Beyla is pronounced similarly to Baily, Bali, Bayla, Baylee, Bayley, Baylie, Bayly, Beaulah, Belia, Beula, Beulah, Bewlah, Billa, Billi, Billy, Bulah and Byulah. Other recommended names are Ayla, Beata, Bebba, Becca, Beda, Beea, Bekka, Bellva, Bena, Bera, Berna, Beryle, Berylla, Betha, Betia, Betta, Brya, Bryna, Byna, Ceila, Dayla, Dela, Geela, Geila, Hedyla (see Hedy), Hella, Jeyla, Kayla, Keela, Keila, Keyla, Kyla, Layla, Leala, Leela, Lela, Leyla, Lyla, Mela, Mella, Myla, Neila, Nela, Neola, Nyla, Perla, Rayla, Seula, Sheyla, Skyla, Tayla, Teela, Tekla, Tesla, Twyla, Tyla, Verla and Xyla. These names tend to be more frequently used than Beyla.


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