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Origin: Ethiopia
Region Origin: Eastern Africa

Hayley is a gender-neutral name of British origin, primarily derived from the Old English elements hēg, meaning 'hay,' and lēah, meaning 'meadow,' 'woodland,' or 'clearing'. The name is primarily of English origin and is a derivative of the surname Haley, which means "hay meadow". While it can be used for both boys and girls, Hayley is more commonly used as a girl's name. The name gained popularity in the United Kingdom after the British child actress Hayley Mills rose to prominence in the 1960s, and it became a popular first name in the 20th century.

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