kayla[♥]*middle name here*
( k a y l a )♥
i like special k!!! (its my fave cereal
Asked in Demographics
How many people are named Kayla in the world?
It is impossible to say how many people have a certain name. Not all countries register all births and record such things. Nor is there any centralised register. In addition similar names can be totally different in different languages and contractions of names differ from place to place. ...
Asked in Religion & Spirituality
Is there a st.Kayla in any religion?
No. There is no St. Kayla. The name Kayla derives from the Celtic name Caoilainn meaning "fair." The initial popularity of the name in the U.S. rose from relative obscurity in the 1960s, and was later sustained after the 1982 appearance of the fictional character named Kayla in the daytime soap opera "Days of Our Lives." ...
Asked in Microsoft Excel
Explain any 3 types of chart?
Microsoft Excel supports many types of charts to help you display data in ways that ... Clustered column chart and clustered column chart in 3-D ... Names that are not in any specific order (for example, item names, .... Pie of pie and bar of pie Pie of pie or bar of pie charts display pie charts with user-defined values. ...
Asked in Middle Ages
Was Kayla a name in meddile ages?
Not in that form, and only in Ireland. In the medieval period Irish people had traditional Irish Gaelic names; one of these for a woman was caol fionn, meaning slender and fair. Nobody outside Ireland would have a name like that until long after the middle ages, when some Irish names became popular in England - but English people had difficulty with the pronunciation and found the spelling totally impossible. The name was Anglicised to Kaylin, Keylin, Kayla, Kaylee, Kayley and many more...