Sela? or Selah?

which spelling do you prefer?
and how do you pronounce them?
and, your thought?


i think Sela seems more simple and chic, and feel Selah is very Hebrew name(but i’m not).
but Sela reminds me the actress.



I prefer [name]Sela[/name]. “SEE-lah.”
Very simple, like [name]Sara[/name], but unexpectedly beautiful.

[name]Sela[/name]= see-lah
[name]Selah[/name]= say-lah

I love [name]Selah[/name] and it’s on my favorites list. [name]Don[/name]'t care for [name]Sela[/name]
If I met a [name]Selah[/name] I’d assume the parents were Israeli, Jewish, or [name]Christian[/name]

I prefer [name]Selah[/name] - “say-lah” - because she feels more finished. I think it’s a gorgeous name that is definitely underused.

I prefer [name]Selah[/name]. I would pronounce it like “c’est la” vie.

That’s a good way to describe it. The “say” seems a bit too flat for the lightness of the first syllable.

And it also means if her mn started with a V there would be a cute pun in her name. :smiley:

I prefer [name]Sela[/name] and would pronounce it seh-lah. It is not my cup of tea.

thank you very much! i’m a christian, so i think it’s possible to use it.
i decide [name]Selah[/name]. thank you for the comments and now i know how prn it.

I prefer [name]Selah[/name], said [name]Say[/name]-lah.