Examples from the Web for leila
“Then a man came and took us to a bus station,” Leila recalled.
Four days after Leila returned home from Syria, she received a call from her younger son, Khalid.
She acknowledges that someone helped Seda get to Hamzat in Syria, although Leila declines to say if it was friend or a relative.
And there is this curious connection as well: Leila and Temur have the same daughter-in-law.
Leila is not the only one who finds joy in drinking an alcoholic beverage when travelling outside Iran.
There is only a caretaker in our house and Leila will be furious if I leave her all alone.The Fighting Chance|Robert W. Chambers
Leila, who devoured many second-hand yellow backs, smiled with secret scorn at her aunt's remark.A Bottle in the Smoke|Milne Rae
Leila, do you think we should have spoken to those freshies and extended the hand of friendship?Marjorie Dean, College Senior|Pauline Lester
Leila's color came back in the sunshine and air and she insisted that Barry should return to the hall.Contrary Mary|Temple Bailey
Leila Burton, exquisitely remote from all things commonplace, was unquestionably a woman to be protected.The Best Short Stories of 1917|Various
Word Origin and History for leila
fem. proper name, from Arabic Laylah, literally "dark as night," from laylah "night."