Lailah, also known as Laylah, Layla, Leliel, or Laila, is the angel of conception, pregnancy, delivery, and the night. Lailah is also a kid protector and the only known named Dominion. She has also been characterized as a Seraph and an Archangel of the Night.
According to some Talmud readings and subsequent Jewish legend, Lailah is an angel. The name Lailah is derived from the Hebrew word meaning “night.” The identification of the word “night” as the name of an angel stemmed from Rabbi Yochanan’s reading of “At night [Abraham] and his slaves deployed against them and conquered them” (JPS Genesis 14.14) as “by [an angel called] night.”
Angel of Conception
Lailah selects a soul from Eden and instructs it to enter the embryo. Lailah monitors the growth of the fetus in the womb and demonstrates the many incentives and punishments accessible to the individual. Then, just before birth, Lailah hits the infant above the lip, causing it to forget what it had learned and giving rise to the philtrum. Lailah is a guardian angel who guides a person’s spirit into the afterlife to be judged.