Other Origin(s):Italian, Scandinavian
For the beautiful baby who will dance their way into the world, what better name than Beyla? A form of the Spanish Baila, Beyla makes a rhythmic statement with its dynamic meaning, “dance.” Beyla is also considered a respelling of Bella, which means “beautiful” in Italian. Beyla has roots in Scandinavian languages, appearing in Norse mythology as a servant to the god of fertility and kingship, Freyr. Beyla’s unclear etymology continues to baffle scholars, possibly meaning “bean,” “bee,” or “cow.” Nevertheless, baby Beyla can always fall back on its “beautiful” and “dance” endearments while giving a subtle nod to the Asgardians.
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