Origin of the name ULA.
Etymology of the
Meaning of the baby name ULA.
ULA.f. German. A pet form of Ursula
meaning "bear." Also spelled Ulla.
ULA.Unisex. Celtic name, derived from the word ula,
meaning "elm." (Lexicon Cornu-Britannicum,
my spoil. But, man out of Eireann—for so I know you to be,
because of the manner of your speech—tell me this: Of what clan
and what place are you, and whence is Urla come; and by what shore was
it that the men of Lochlin whom we slew took you and her out of the sea,
as you swam against the sun, with waving swords upon the strand when the
viking-boat carried you away?"
"How know you these things?" asked Ula,
that had been Isla, son of the king of Islay.
"One of the sea-rovers spake before he
"Then let the viking speak again. I have
nought to say."
With that the Maormor frowned, but said no
more. That eve Ula was seized, as he walked in the dusk by the
sea, singing low to himself an ancient song... (Sin-Eater, Washer of
the Ford, & Other Legendary Moralities,