apala

Apala name means undefended

apala
Apala name means undefended

Local Origin of Name: India, Africa
From the name Apala,
Variant name of Apalah, Apalla, Appala, Appalla
Apala is First and Last name
Apala is Unisex name

Meaning: Undefended

Emotional Spectrum • The seasons affect her emotions more than most.
Personal Integrity • Nothing can buy her good name.
Personality • She is in love with life.
Relationships • When it comes to friends, only ‘true blue’ need apply.

Travel & Leisure • Loves to travel, and it shows!
Career & Money • With the right education, Apala can write her own ticket.
Life’s Opportunities • Not one to pass up a chance for advancement, she will go far.
” Many seek an audience with a ruler, but from the Lord man gets justice. ”
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