Ayla Meaning and Origin

Ayla is a girl’s name of Hebrew, and Turkish origin meaning “oak tree, or halo, moonlight.” Another possible origin is from Hebrew, where it means “oak tree” or “terebinth tree.” In addition, Ayla can also be a variant of the name Eila, which is of Finnish origin and means “oak tree.” Ayla has become a popular name in recent years, particularly in the United States and Europe. It gained some popularity after being used as the name of the main character in the popular novel “The Clan of the Cave Bear” by Jean M. Auel. In the book, Ayla is a young woman who lives with a tribe of prehistoric humans and becomes a medicine woman and leader.

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