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Persian

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The meaning of Lalasa is 'love, friendship' and it is of Persian origin. Lalasa has its roots within the Sanskrit language. Lalasa, in Sanskrit means 'the one who is quiet and advances love'. The name Lalasa also means 'dove, love'. The pronounciation of the name Lalasa is 'LAHLAASAH'.

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Persian

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The name Laleh is of Persian origin. The meaning of Laleh is 'tulip'. This name is usually chosen as a name for baby girls. Laleh is also form of Laila. There are a few famous people who share the name Laleh, including Laleh Bakhtiar, Laleh Pourkarim and Laleh Marzban who are all Iranian entertainers.

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Persian

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The name Lila is most often used as a girls name. It is of Arabic, Hindi and Persian origin. The meaning of Lila is 'night, play'. In Indian, Lila is a name that means 'beauty'. Lila can also mean 'fire' and 'strength'. Lila is additionally a traditional female name that means 'purple' in German. Lila has some of its roots in Sanskrit and means 'play'.

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Persian

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The meaning of Lilah is 'lilac tree' and it is of Persian origin. Lilah is traditionally used as a name for girls. In Hebrew, Arabic and English, the meaning of Lilah is 'grieving, lovelorn, enchanting, night beauty'. Lilah is a variation of he name Delilah. Lilah is also a variation of Leila.

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Persian

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The meaning of Lylah is 'night, dark haired' and it is of Persian origin. Lylah is derived from the Arabic name Leila which means 'night'. Lylah is a variation of Lila which is the small version of Delilah. In Hebrew, Delilah means 'lovelorn, enchanting'. The pronunciation of the name Lylah is 'LAYLAH'. In Finnish, the meaning of Lylah is 'wise'. The name gained popularity in Brtain after the poem 'The Giaour' written by George Byron. 'The Legend of Lylah Clare' is an American film featuring Kim Novak and Peter Finch.

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