Aaleyah meaning and origin
Rare girl name Aaleyah is originated from Hebrew, meaning of Aaleyah is "Exalted or Highest Social Standing" is especially used in Arabic. Aaleyah is version of illustrous Aliyah. Aliyah is a form of prevalent Alya. Curious Aliyah is originated from Arabic and Hebrew, Aliyah means "Rising, To Ascend and Ascending".
Variants of AaleyahNames that rhyme with Aaleyah
Popularity of Aaleyah
In United States, Aaleyah was once a common name since emerging in 1994 it has been given to over 1193 babies. When at the peak of its usage in 2015,. However after 25 years, the name is currently sliding down on the charts. Aaleyah is an uncommon baby name in England and Wales where it has been in use since 2004 and achieved its top ranking of 1583 in 2012. There are over 177 babies that have been given the name Aaleyah in England and Wales.
At least, 1000 people globally have been given the name as per our research.
What numbers say about Aaleyah?
Expression number 8 reveals your predispositions for great success in every field in life. You enjoy challenges because they force you to extend your limits and give more than you thought you can. You need to open up and allow your closest ones to enter your real world. You research different religions, you are interested in learning more about the Universe and how it works. People admire your charm and independent attitude about everything.
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Namesakes of Aaleyah
We could not find any notable namesake.