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Ceola

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Popularity Over Time: How Many Girls Have Been Named Ceola

This chart illustrates how many Girls were named Ceola in the U.S. since 1880.

A few facts about the girl's name Ceola:

  • Records indicate that 782 girls in the United States have been named Ceola since 1880.

  • The greatest number of people were given this name in 1924, when 71 people in the U.S. were given the name Ceola. Those people are now 96 years old.

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      6 Positive Comments

  • "My mother named was Ceola. I love my mom's name. Growing up I used to get mad wen some people can not pronounce or spell it correctly. My niece has my mother as her middle name." Feb. 10, 2020: Report as inappropriate

  • "My mother's name is Ceola. Family and my mothers close friends simply called her "C" as they could not seem to say her name correctly. My mother never really liked her name so when asked her name by strangers she would say, my name is Mary. LOL what a character." Jul. 28, 2013: Report as inappropriate

  • "My mother's name is Ceola. Family and my mothers close friends simply called her "C" as they could not seem to say her name correctly. My mother never really liked her name so when asked her name by strangers she would say, my name is Mary. LOL what a character." Jul. 28, 2013: Report as inappropriate

  • "Ceola is my sisters name and its from Old irish, Its originaly spelt Ceolflaith - pronounced Kee O La and Means Musical Princess- I know this because my aunt and uncle are fluent irish speakers, irish historians and published a book on this." Oct. 31, 2011: Report as inappropriate

  • "My husband and I named our first daughter Ceola after his maternal grandmother. We get many people that say it is unique and pretty. Most people pronounce it correctly or start and with C and not finish. We pronounce it just how it looks CEOLA (Sea-o-la)." Oct. 2, 2009: Report as inappropriate

  • "my name is ceola and i am 12 years ol ever since i was in kindergarten no one never pronounces my name right most people pronoune it SE-EL-OO when in all acuality it is said just how it is said CE-O-LA most people say it is a reall pretty name and it is very unique and they have never heard anything like it so yea i lov emy name" Nov. 24, 2008: Report as inappropriate

      5 Neutral Comments

  • "My name is Kayla. I was told it's Irish, and that the Irish/ Gaelic spelling of it is Ceola. And; from what I heard, it's pronounced about the same. I love my name even more now that I know that it's roots mean "musical" and are from the land of my ancestors" Aug. 9, 2016: Report as inappropriate

  • "My Aunt was named Ceola and my Mom named my sister after her in 1953. I have never met another Ceola (Cee o la). Her name was often mis pronounced and always required an explanation for where it came from. My parents used family names and as children we weren't too fond of our names, but having grown up we have a fondness for family and our heritage. My daughter is expecting and considering this name for the new baby." Jun. 19, 2013: Report as inappropriate

  • "I am named after my grandmother's middle name, Ceola. they spell mine as Kayola. I get compliments when people hear my name, sometimes don't believe it's my name. And some like to say koala bear, it crayola crayons." Sep. 17, 2010: Report as inappropriate

  • "My first name is Ceola and no one ever pronouces it correctly. I am 22 and it's something I have had to deal with since I was little. It really makes me laugh when people try to pronounce it. A lot of people want to put an "r" in it for some reason when they are saying it, and that irriates me. I generally go by my middle name Megan though. But I love my name even though it was only used when I was in trouble growing up." Aug. 5, 2010: Report as inappropriate

  • "My best friend's name is Ceola. It can also be spelt Keola. It is Irish in origin as the word Ceol is Irish for music. It is pronouced as it is read, Keola." Dec. 27, 2009: Report as inappropriate



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