Of Hebrew origin.

Means delicate, weak, in Hebrew.

In the Bible’s “Book of Judges”, Delilah is the lover of Samson.

The name was used by the Puritans and since the 17th century it has been used in the English speaking countries since then.

The name’s popularity is rising the last couple of years.

Alternative forms of the name are Dalila and Delilia.

Famous bearers are Delilah (born Paloma Ayana Stoecker) and Delilah Cotto.