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Girl Names Ending with -lise

Lise ending baby names and what they mean, with 22 results. -lise names are used more often as feminine names. These girl names were at the apex of their popularity 3 years ago (adoption of 0.2%) and have remained as common to this day (adoption 0.2%, 3%). Elise (#174) and Annalise (#409) are two of the more contemporarily stylish birth names in this list, while Calise (top 13%) and Clise (40%) are popular -lise last names.

-lise names

Alise - Melise | Shalise - Talise

Alise - Melise

Var. of Alisa. Derivative of Hebrew. "Great happiness." Alisi is also a moderately popular kid's name. See also Allis.

Form of Alice. Root fr. Old German element. "Noble, exalted." Common as surname. Compare Alise (top 76%) with common last names Clise (top 40%), Aloise (36%), which also end with -ise. See also Alisia.

Annalisa and variantsAnalise, Anelise, Annalise, Annelise
Var. of Annalisa. Derived fr. Latin. "Graced with God's bounty." Analise and variants became less popular last year, dropping -15 rankings as girls' names.

Root fr. Hebrew word. "Pledge." Not that popular as a baby name.

Form of Carla. From Old German word. "Free man." Not Top 2000 name.

Var. of Cha-. Derivative of American element. Combination of the Cha and Che .. Unusual as a children's name, but Chalise is similar to the more common Charise. See also Chelese.

Chelise, Chellise
Var. of Chelsea. From Old English language. "Chalk landing place." Celise and Chelice are creative variations.

Dalise, Delise, Dellise
Var. of Delicia. Derivative of Latin word. "Pleasure, delight." Dalise, Delise and Dellise are not frequently adopted as birth names.

Derived fr. Gaelic. "With God." Outside Top 2000. See also Elisse.

Elizabeth and variantsElise1, Lise1
Forms of Elizabeth. Source fr. Hebrew. "God is my oath." Elise and Lise are more common as baby names among the versions of Elizabeth.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -lise names: Alise, Analise, Annalise, Annelise, Elise, Lise

Elysia and variantsElise2, Ilise
Var. of Elysia. Source fr. Latin word. From Elysium, which in mythology is .. Elise occurs regularly (top 90%) as a surname.

Elise3, Lise2
Var. of Elisabeth. Origin fr. Hebrew word. "God is my oath." Lise and forms were popular as baby names in 2012 and are almost as popular now.

Elise4, var. Lise3
Source fr. French, Hebrew languages. "God is my oath." Usage of Elise and Lise as birth names in 2015 was down 5.6% compared to 2014.

Form of Felicia. Stems fr. Latin word. "Lucky, fortunate, happy." Feise (upper 80%), Felipe (5%) are conventional surnames. See also Filis.

Var. of Hannah. Source fr. Hebrew element. "He (God) has favored me." A quirky children's name.

Form of Jo. Based on American element. An independent name and short form .. Unusual as a children's name, but Jolise is similar to the more common Jolie.

Form of Kora. Based on Greek. "Maiden." Outside Top 2000.

Var. of Lisa. Based on English, Hebrew languages. "God is my oath." Less popular today. Lise last appeared in 1960-1969 in the Top 2000. See also Lisha.

Origin fr. Hebrew word. "Wished-for child." Unique. Marlise (compare Marise, Maurise) ends with the unconventional -ise. See also Marlisha.

Var. of Melissa. From Greek language. "Bee; honey." Rare. Melise (cf. Marise, Marlise) uses the -se suffix. See also Meline.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for -lise names for girls.

1. Alise - Melise
Alisa [Alise], Alice [Alise], Annalisa [Analise, Anelise, Annalise, Annelise], Arlise, Carla [Carlise], Cha- [Chalise], Chelsea [Chelise, Chellise], Delicia [Dalise, Delise, Dellise], Eilise, Elizabeth [Lise, Elise], Elysia [Elise, Ilise], Elisabeth [Lise, Elise], Elise [Lise], Felicia [Felise], Hannah [Hanalise], Jo [Jolise], Kora [Koralise], Lisa [Lise], Marlise, Melissa [Melise]

Shalisa [Shalise], Talise

Usage comparison for -lise names