- n. A female given name taken into English usage through nineteenth century literature.
- From Hebrew לילה (laila, "night"), or Arabic ليلة (layla, "night"). (Wiktionary)
“LEILA HOWARD'S BEDROOM - LATE AFTERNOON Melissa walks into the room and flicks on the light she is followed by Casey and Leila who storms in smacking Casey in the back of the head.”
“Still in the Snyder, Texas, police station, Leila is waiting for Sean to show up.”
“But it's clear that Leila is no damsel in distress, so the potential of having the young lovers work together, at least for now, is exciting.”
“And access to a pocket-sized video camera such as the Flip means that Leila is able to record hours of footage, exposing the conditions where she is being held for the world to see.”
“Leila is the product of her father's second marriage.”
“After their best club performance yet, Leila is approached by G Double D, the owner and producer of the controversial record label Explicit Content.”
“Leila is a Latina who grew up in the projects and the foster care system.”
“Cousin Leila thinks he will walk in a little while.”
“When I first met with the name Leila,' she said, 'I knew, from the very look and sound, it was mine; I knew that it meant night, -- night, which brings out stars, as sorrow brings out truths.”
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