What does Tayla mean?
Tayla has 27 more alternative forms via Kayla, Taylor: Caela, Caihla, Caila, Cala, Calla, Cayla▼, Caylie, Kaala, Kaela▼, Kaelah, Kahla, Kaila▼, Kailah, Kalae, Kalah, Kalla, Kaylah, Kayle, Kaylha, Kaylie, Kaylin, Kaylla, Kaylyn, Keyla▲, Tahlor, Tailor and Tayler▼.Creative forms:
(female) Taylia, Tayly, ..
(male) Taylai, Taylain, .. Middle name pairings:
Tayla Zaria (T.Z.), ..
How popular is Tayla?
Tayla is a rare given name for females. Tayla is also a rare last name for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Presented below is the baby name statistics of Tayla for girls. Tayla was first listed in 1990 and reached its peak position of #927 in the U.S. in the year 2006, and is currently at #1740. (2015 Birth Statistics)
Which version is better?with its variant forms and related girl names. Calla (#1565 from current records), Cayla (#1731), Caylie, Kaela, Kaila (#1558), Kailah, Kayla (#115), Kaylah (#1684), Kayle, Kaylie (#551), Kaylin (#619), Kaylyn (#1270), Keyla (#807), Tayler, Taylin (#1728) and Taylor (#76) are the popular varying forms of Tayla (#1740 from current records) rated in the Top 2000. Other forms, like Cala, are uncommon. Usage of these relations of Tayla was at its peak in the year 1995 (usage of 3.07%) and has become significantly reduced since (usage 0.56%, down 81.7%), with forms like Cayla becoming less stylish. Keyla is the most trendy birth name here.
Tayla is alike in pronunciation to Talea, Taleah, Tali, Talia▲, Taliah, Talie, Tallia, Tallie, Tally, Tallya, Talya, Teela, Tilli, Toulia, Toulya, Tulia, Tulla, Tullia, Tully, Tulya, Tuwyla, Twila▼, Twilla, Twyla and Twylla. Other recommended names are Baila, Bayla, Byla, Camyla, Dalla, Dayla, Earla, Gayla▼, Gaylla, Hala, Jayla, Karla▼, Katla, Kyla, Laila▲, Lalla, Layla▲, Lyla▲, Makyla, Mala, Myla▲, Naila, Paula▼, Raula, Rayla, Shayla▼, Shyla, Skyla▲, Tacia, Tadda, Taina, Tal, Talma, Tama, Tamra▼, Tanea, Tara▼, Tasha▼, Tasja, Tasya, Tatia, Tawna, Taya▲, Tazia, Tesla, Tsila, Tyra▼, Vala, Valla and Xyla. These names tend to be more commonly used than Tayla.See names in meaning and etymology.