Tuesday, 5 March 2013


Sheila is a common given name for a female, derived from the Gaelic name Síle/Sìle, which is believed to be a Gaelic form of Cecilia. Like "Cecil" or "Cecilia", the name means "blind", from the Latin word caecus. There is also an etymologically-unrelated Indian name (alternatively spelled "Sheela"), which is rooted in the Sanskrit word Sheela, meaning "character" or "good conduct" and is a common name across the country.

1 comment:

  1. alyx?


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