Nila is a Sanskrit name and a short form of the name Danila.
What does the name Nila mean?
Nila means “dark blue” and “sapphire” (from Sanskrit “nīla/नील”) and “God is my judge” (from Danila).
Other variants and nicknames
Nila can also be spelled Nilla, Nilah or Neela. Similar first names are Nilay, Nilaja, Nilab, Nili, Nilifer, Nilana, Nilany, Nilda, Nilea, Nilua, Nilam and Nilanthi. Popular nicknames are Nili, Nilly and Nini. Anagrams for Nila are Alin, Nail and Lina.
Famous people named Nila
Nila Mack (1891 - 1953) was an American producer for children radio programs. During her lifetime, she was the director for children’s programs at CBS.
The Native American poet and historian Nila Northsun (born 1951) is one of the most prominent Native American poets. Her poems about life on and outside the reservation are most widely read in the USA. She belongs to the Shoshone tribe.
In Europe, one high pressure zone was named Nila (2021)
Nila Kaaigiradhu is a song in the Indian movie “Indira” from 2018