Origin : German,

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Zilla Expression, Zilla Soul Urge, Zilla Inner Dream


Numerology information Zilla:

numerologyName Number: 6 Meaning: Home, Family, Love, Balance, Harmony, Help, Warmth, Social justice


Additional information Zilla:

additionalHebrew Meaning: The name Zilla is a Hebrew baby name. In Hebrew the meaning of the name Zilla is: Shadow.

additionalGerman diminutive of CECILIA


Definition funny of Zilla:

urbanSuffix added to any noun to describe the biggest/baddest/meanest/nastiest of its type. Dervied from Godzilla, Japan's national hero, 60's movie star, and general all around badass.

urbanMy kitty got the name "Catzilla" after he clawed up the Rottweiler from down the street.

urbanA person (or gaming nerd) who has a complex about his/her status and image when playing Computer Games. He / She doesn't like losing and will come up with all sorts of excuses. It's what defines the person's life as he/she doesn't really have one and therefore they will vigorously defend their status so they are not seen as a 'noob' online.

urbanZillas: Lags! you only got kills because I couldn't play properly because of your lag. I don't play with laggers. I am HISTORY.

urbanadj.; when used as a suffix for a proper name or specific entity, becomes part of that noun. Derived from Godzilla, the gargantuan reptilian star of Japanese "B" horror movie genre. Introduced in 1954 as "Gojira", Godzilla is the embodiment of all that is massive, destructive, and extremely difficult to defeat. Ergo, "'zilla" in both the stand-alone adjective and suffix forms represents those same charecteristics. Linguistically, the "z-l" combo has stronger audiological punch than "j-r", thus giving "'zilla" more connotative power than "'jira".

urbanThe neighborhood chug-a-lug champ might be referred to as "Beerzilla." The creator of Micorsoft could easily be dubbed "Gateszilla." My mother-in-law truly lives up to her nickname, Janezilla.

urbanreal big


Expression information Zilla:

expressionfor harmony and balance in their lives, and respond positively to beautiful things.


Soul information Zilla:

soulPeople with this name have a deep inner desire to use their abilities in leadership, and to have personal independence. They would rather focus on large, important issues, and delegate the details.


Songs about Zilla:

songsNo Kissing (feat. Zed Zilla) [Explicit] by Snootie Wild from the Album Cmg Presents: Chapter One [Explicit]

songsVisual Camouflage (feat. Apathy, Zilla, Vinnie Paz, King Magnetic, Celph Titled & Esoteric) [Explicit] by Army of the Pharaohs from the Album In Death Reborn [Explicit]

songsCoca Loca (feat. Zed Zilla) [Explicit] by Shy Glizzy from the Album Young Jefe [Explicit]

songsFire Dat Bitch (Feat. Zed Zilla) [Explicit] by Yo Gotti from the Album January 10th : The Mixtape! [Explicit]

songsZilla by Mozzy, E Mozzy, Yukmouth & Street Knowledge JOE BLOW from the Album Mob 2 the Real Mob

songsSteps Of Zilla by Daktal from the Album The Extended Play

songsSteps Of Zilla Reprise by Daktal from the Album The Extended Play


Books about Zilla:

booksThe Pajama Diaries: Bat-Zilla by Terri Libenson (Nov 1, 2013)

booksZillas and Princesses by Holly Joy Bowden and Elizabeth Ivy Farris-Dean (Jul 22, 2014)

booksZilla Sasparilla and the Mud Baby by Judith Gorog and Amanda Harvey (May 1, 1996)

booksZilla Leutenegger: Fairlady Z by Michele Robecchi, Fritz Emslander and Zilla Leuteneger (Apr 30, 2014)

booksZilla of Baroche by Monier Williams (Mar 4, 2012)

booksSudoku-zilla: 100x100 Sudoku puzzle by William Ike Eisenhauer (Mar 3, 2010)

booksA Friend Like Zilla by Rachna Gilmore (Jan 1, 1993)


Wiki information Zilla:

Film character, Fictional Character

Zilla, formerly known as Godzilla, is a kaiju that first appeared as the title character in TriStar Pictures 1998 film Godzilla. It was initially created as a re-imagining of the original Godzilla character, but was later given its own identity by...


-zilla is an English slang suffix, a back-formation derived from the English name of the Japanese movie monster Godzilla. It is popular for the names of software and websites. It is also found often in popular culture to imply some form of excess,...