Meaning: Whirlwind

Origin: Greek

Reason for Choosing: discovered it and thought it was nice

Opinion: I prefer the AY-el-a pronunciation to the AY-la pronunciation by far. AY-el-a has a nice flow and is quite unique. It would be very difficult to spell and prounce though, with Ayella being a more likely approach. The meaning is nice though, and encourages a free-spirited child!

About havendene

I'm a 17 year old girl living in BC who loves names, reading, writing and music. Especially Harry Potter, Tamora Pierce, Jonathan Stroud; Firefly, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Doctor Who, Dexter, Being Human, Phineas and Ferb; Sufjan Stevens, Sloan, Rufus Wainwright, The Local Rabbits, The New Pornographers and The Smiths.
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