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Delilah \d(e)-li-lah\

languishing, lovelorn, seductive
Delilah as a girl's name is pronounced dee-LYE-lah. It is of Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Delilah is "languishing, lovelorn, seductive". Biblical: the woman who beguiled Samson into revealing the secret of his superhuman strength.
Related names:
Lyla, Tallulah, Talula.
Dalila, Lila, Delila, Lilah.

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Examples of usage for delilah:

  1. So the wiles of Delilah were employed again, though at the time I did not suspect her. – The Man from Jericho by Edwin Carlile Litsey
  2. Delilah a lyrical drama, written in French, and first published in Paris, achieved for this darling of Minerva a reputation which no man is entitled to expect during his lifetime. – The Orchard of Tears by Sax Rohmer
  3. You may add the note to your very accurate recollections of Sir Jacques that on the publication of Delilah he instructed his butler to say that he was abroad whenever I might call!" – The Orchard of Tears by Sax Rohmer

Quotes for delilah:

  1. It's like Samson and Delilah: watch your back, because trouble could be the person you're sleeping with.

Rhymes for delilah:

  1. phyla, twyla, fila, shiela;
  2. dalila, ludmila;