Meaning Of The Name Hayley | Baby Names | Kidadl


Discover the origin, meaning and pronunciation of the name Hayley.

Hayley is a name with English origins, historically used as a habitational name for those who came from the town of Hailey in Oxfordshire. This is located in the southeast district of England. In Old English, the meaning of Hayley is translated to mean 'feed knot'. Hayley comes from the Old English words 'hēg', signifying 'roughage' and 'leah', signifying 'clearing'. The name also has Norse origins, coming from the Old Norse word 'haela' which means 'legend' or 'saint'. As a first name, Hayley is relatively modern, as it only started to be widely chosen in the 1970s and 1980s. The name Hayley is also a variant of the name Halley. There have been many famous figures with the name Hayley. This includes the American singer Hayley Williams, who is known for being a member of the band Paramore and the American model Hayley Bieber.


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H-A-Y-L-E-Y , is a 6-letter neutral given name.

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Fallen (feat. Hayley May)


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