Aila

Meaning : Bird, Alternative spelling for Ayla or Isla, In Irish the meaning of the name Ailia is 'light'., Alternative Spelling For Ayla Or Isla,

Origin : Gaelic, American, Irish,

Pronunciation : (AY-LIA), EYE luh,

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Aila Expression, Aila Soul Urge, Aila Inner Dream

numerology

Numerology information Aila:

numerologyName Number: 5 Meaning: Motion, Change, Freedom, Diversity, Liberty, Choice, Interest, Search, Risk, Danger, Fear

additional

Additional information Aila:

additionalAila is a feminine name which can be found in several languages and so does not have a definite meaning or origin. In Scotland it is the short form of the feminine name Aileen which is the Scottish version of Eileen. The ultimate root of the name is thought to be the Latin ‘avis’ meaning ‘bird’. Therefore in Scotland it is pronounced ‘EYE-luh’.

additionalScottish Meaning: The name Aila is a Scottish baby name. In Scottish the meaning of the name Aila is: From the strong place.

urban

Definition funny of Aila:

urbanA pretty woman and she's very attractive.

urbanShe's an AILA!

urbanVagina that is obviously over used.

urbanJennifer has an Aila she probably is a slut.

urbana awsome person who is scottish and blonde

urbanstupid dork blonde aila is a stupid blonde

expression

Expression information Aila:

expressionPeople with this name are excited by change, adventure, and excitement. They are dynamic, visionary and versatile, able to make constructive use of freedom. They fight being restricted by rules and conventions. They tend to be optomistic, energetic, intelligent, and to make friends easily. They may be changeable, restless, untidy, and rebellious.

soul

Soul information Aila:

soulPeople with this name have a deep inner desire to inspire others in a higher cause, and to share their own strongly held views on spiritual matters.

songs

Songs about Aila:

songsSamba de Roda (feat. Aila Menezes & Gracinha Leporace) by Sergio Mendes feat. Aila Menezes & Gracinha Leporace from the Album Magic [+digital booklet]

songsAila Aila by A.R. Rahman;Aditya Rao;Natalie Di Luccio from the Album I (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

songsAila Re Aila by Pritam from the Album Khatta Meetha

songsAila Tayha by Ahemd Nasr from the Album Bashtikha (Oriental Belly Dance)

songsAila Re Aila (Remix) by Pritam from the Album Khatta Meetha

songsAila by Reijo Taipale from the Album Onnen Maa

songsAila by Reijo Taipale from the Album Tangot

books

Books about Aila:

booksAILA's Immigration Litigation Toolbox; Essential Materials for Administrative and Federal Court Practice by Charles H. Kuck, C. Lynn Calder and Stephanie L. Browning (2005)

booksContemporary Approaches to Second Language Acquisition (AILA Applied Linguistics Series) by María del Pilar García Mayo, María Junkal Gutierrez Mangado and María Martínez Adrián (Feb 19, 2013)

booksThe Second Language Acquisition of French Tense, Aspect, Mood and Modality (AILA Applied Linguistics Series) by Dalila Ayoun (Jul 4, 2013)

booksLearning Chinese in Diasporic Communities: Many pathways to being Chinese (AILA Applied Linguistics Series) by Xiao Lan Curdt-Christiansen and Andy Hancock (Jul 10, 2014)

booksLanguage Use and Language Learning in CLIL Classrooms (AILA Applied Linguistics Series) by Christiane Dalton-Puffer, Tarja Nikula and Ute Smit (Dec 15, 2010)

booksThe Linguistics of Newswriting (AILA Applied Linguistics Series) by Daniel Perrin (Sep 25, 2013)

booksAila et la Magie des Fées (La saga d'Aila) (Volume 1) (French Edition) by Catherine Boullery (Aug 26, 2014)

wiki

Wiki information Aila:

Cyclone Aila
Tropical Cyclone

Cyclone Aila was the second tropical cyclone of the 2009 North Indian Ocean cyclone season. A relatively strong tropical cyclone, it caused extensive damage in India and Bangladesh. As of 27 May 2009, 330 people have been killed by Aila, and at least...

Ailanthus
Biological Genus, Organism Classification

Ailanthus is a genus of trees belonging to the family Simaroubaceae, in the order Sapindales. The genus is native from east Asia south to northern Australasia.