Pamila, as a girl’s name, is a variation of Pamela. As a first name, Pamela was invented by Elizabethan poet Sir Philip Sidney and further popularized by Samuel Richardson for his novel by the same name. So memorable was the titular character that alternate forms cropped up, namely Pamele, Pamella, Pamelia, and Pamila. You can call baby Pam for short, too. Pamila comes from Ancient Greek and means “all honey.” A munchkin as sweet as yours will wear the name beautifully.
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