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Numerology information Eily:
Name Number: 6 Meaning: Home, Family, Love, Balance, Harmony, Help, Warmth, Social justice
Definition funny of Eily:
The most beautiful sweet girl in world. An Eily, tends to have unimaginably alluring qualities such as silk-like hair, deep dark eyes and the smile that makes the world stop. Though she is usually secluded and keeps to herself, there is not one person alive who wouldn't be glad to have an Eily in their life. Eilys are full of giggles that never stop. Several have come close to understanding these rare jems but still no dice. If by some unimaginable stroke of luck an Eily appears, make sure to never let it go, they are full of suprises
I hung out with Eily today, I still can't stop smiling
The girl name Eily is pronounced as -AYLiy †. Eily is mainly used in the English language and its language of origin is Old French. Eily is a pet form of the English and Irish name Eileen.
Famous Eily: Eily Malyon (1879 - 1961) was one of those infrequently seen character actors whose work was extremely memorable. Her career focused more on quality than quantity of roles. She was indeed an interesting looking actress with steely white hair a long face with sharp sculpted features highlighted by a smooth voice with impeccable diction.
Songs about Eily:
Danny Boy (Eily Dear) by Robert Brooks from the Album To the Heart of Ireland - Robert Brooks sings irish songs
Eibhlí Gheal Chiúin ( Fair Gentle Eily ) by Gráinne Hambly & William Jackson from the Album Music from Ireland and Scotland
Eily Dear by Rouel Beukes from the Album Emotions
Eily Gheal Chiun by Laurie McCarriar from the Album Stopping to Play
Eily Gheal Chuin by The New England Irish Harp Orchestra from the Album Another County Heard From
Fair Gentle Eily O'Carroll by Brian Hughes & Garry O'Briain from the Album Clear Air
The Lily of Killarney: Eily Mavourneen by Heddle Nash from the Album Voice of the Century 1926-1946
Books about Eily:
Eily O'Hartigan. An Irish-American tale of the days of the Volunteers. By Eblana. by Author Unknown (Apr 27, 2010)
Eily O'Hartigan. An Irish-American tale of the days of the Volunteers. By Eblana. by Anonymous (Mar 25, 2011)
Miss Eily O'Connor: a new and original burlesque, founded on the great sensation drama of The colleen bawn by Henry J. Byron (Aug 29, 2011)
Danny Boy [Eily Dear] - Song Written to an Old Irish Air (for Voice and Piano) by Fred E. Weatherly (1913)
Walking Home With Angeline: Sheet Music for Voice and Piano - Featured By Miss Eily Helene in the Successful Musical... by George Totten; Rundback, John C. Smith (1902)
Eily. Song, words by " Fiona Macleod. " by Hubert Charles Bath (1908)
Eily Mavourneen. Ballad. In F by Julius Benedict (1862)
Wiki information Eily:
Eily Malyon was an English character actress in the 1930s and 1940s. Born as Eily Sophie Lees-Craston in London in 1879. Her mother, Agnes Thomas, was also an actress. Malyon specialised in playing schoolteachers, maids, nurses, nuns, governesses and...
Eily Boland was a film editor.