Ayla

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Female Female Name

Usage

Sweden Swedish
Norway Norwegian
Denmark Danish
Finland Finnish
Greenland Greenlandic

Origin and Meaning

1) Creative spelling of Aila (see Áila) [1]

2) Turkish ayla = 'halo, aureole' (see also Aylin) [2]

3) Name of the main character in the novel 'Clan of the Cave Bear' (1980) by author Jean M. Auel. Ayla is an orphaned Cro-Magnon girl adopted by Neanderthals. A meaning of her name is not given.

Related Names

Ajla
Frequency of X occurance as female name todayFrequency of occurance as male name today
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Danish Finish Norwegian Swedish
Ayla
Frequency of X occurance as female name todayFrequency of occurance as male name today
Frequency of X occurance as female name todayFrequency of occurance as male name today
Danish Finish Greenlandic Norwegian Swedish

Statistics

Name Count per Country

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Country
Commonness
Commonness
Female ♀ Male ♂
as
main
name#
also
middle
name&
as
main
name#
also
middle
name&
Sweden Sweden[3]
386 484 0 0
Norway Norway[4]
246 n.a. 0 n.a.
Denmark Denmark[5]
145 n.a. 0 n.a.
Finland Finland[6]
n.a. 62 0 0
  #: count of main first name only
  &: count of both main and additional first names
Name counts are approximate as statistics normally is not published
for names given to less than 3 or 5 persons per country.

 

Recent Statistics Trend

Name statistics for Ayla(f) Sources: [3][5][4][6]

Sources: [3] [5] [4] [6]

References

  1. Own theory.
  2. Wilfried Seibicke: Historisches Deutsches Vornamenbuch (Band 1-4)
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Statistiska Centralbyrån, National statistics office of Sweden, http://www.scb.se/
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 Statistisk Sentralbyrå, National statistics office of Norway, http://www.ssb.no
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 Danmarks Statistik, National statistics office of Denmark, http://www.dst.dk
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 Väestörekisterikeskus, National Population Register Centre of Finland, http://www.vrk.fi