Spell Check of Sheila
Correct spelling: Sheila
Common misspellings for Sheila:
- shiela (50%)
- shela (17%)
- sehila (10%)
- shella (4%)
- sheild (3%)
- sheils (3%)
- sheilia (3%)
- sheela (2%)
- sheial (2%)
Sheila as a girl's name is pronounced SHEE-lah. It is of Irish and Gaelic origin, and the meaning of Sheila is "blind". Variant of Sile, an Irish form of the Latin-derived Celia. In Australian slang, "Sheila" is a woman. Sheela is a Hindi name meaning "gentle".
Related names: Cecilia, Sheiletta.
Variants: Shyla, Seila, Selia, Shayla, Shaylah, Shaylagh, Shaylla, Sheela, Sheelagh, Sheelah, Sheilagh, Sheilah, Sheileen, Sheilia, Sheilya, Shela, Shelagh, Shelia, Shella, Sheyla, Shiela, Shila, Shilah, Shilea, Shilla.
Examples of usage for Sheila:
2) " It is all very wonderful, Sheila, and commands admiration, of course; but, for my part, a strange woman alone on the rivers with a party of men must have something beside her own word to vouch for her before I should take her in with open arms. "The Maid of the Whispering Hills", , Vingie E. Roe.
3) Never again did she cook at the fire with the others, but had her own on the outskirts, and Sheila O'Halloran came and cooked with her, talked and comforted and hovered about Anders McElroy where he lay in a silence like death, his fair face flushed with fever and his strong hands plucking at everything within their reach. "The Maid of the Whispering Hills", , Vingie E. Roe.