This name is clearly a hybrid of the traditionally unpleasant names Kyle and Tyler. If the name were meant for a boy, this fact might be enough to keep most parents away. By defining it as strictly female, however, Kyler’s designers have effectively washed away the foul taste of this regrettable ancestry, allowing the connoisseur to focus on everything else the name has to offer, like the crisp notes of autumn that tend to linger on the aural palate.
“Kyler has a magnificent head of hair. It’s a shame she doesn’t take better care of it.”