Zula

Zula Meaning and Origin

Zula is a girl’s name tribal name and is of English and African origin. Modern coinage derived from the South African tribal name Zulus. The Zulus were a powerful warrior tribe in the 19th century. In Arabic, the name is derived from the word “zul,” which means “shade” or “shadow.” In Hebrew, the name is derived from the word “zula,” which means “hanging” or “suspended.”  It is a relatively uncommon name in the English-speaking world, but it has gained some popularity in recent years. The name has been used by a few notable people throughout history, including Zula Pogorzelska, a Polish author and journalist, and Zula Kenyon, an American painter. It has also been used as a character name in literature and film, such as in the book “Zula” by Ramona Koval and the movie “The Constant Gardener.”

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