What does Ellissa mean?
Ellissa \e(l)-lissa, ell(is)-sa\ as a name for girls is of Old German, French and Hebrew origin, and Ellissa means "noble, exalted; God is my oath". Ellissa is a form of Alice (Old German). Ellissa is also a variant of Elise (French, Hebrew): short form of Elisabeth. Ellissa is also used as a form of Elissa and Elizabeth (Hebrew).
Ellissa has 27 variants: Alaisa, Aleceea, Alicea, Alisa▼, Alisah, Alissa▼, Allysiah, Alyceea, Alysa▼, Alyssa▲, Eleisa, Elisa▲, Elisah, Elisee, Elissia, Eliza▲, Elliza, Ellyssa, Ellyza, Elysa, Elyssa▼, Elyssia, Elyza, Ilissa, Ilysa, Ilysah and Ilyssa.
Ellissa has 30 more different forms via Alice, Elise, Elissa, Elizabeth: Alisha▼, Alless, Allicea, Allis, Allison▲, Alliss, Allissa, Allisson▼, Allisun, Allysia, Allyssa▼, Eilis, Eilish, Eliese, Eliesse, Elisia, Elisse, Elli, Ellie▲, Ellsa, Ellse, Ellsee, Ellsey, Ellsi, Ellyse, Elsa▲, Elysia, Elysse, Illyssa and Lissa.
Ellissa is a rare given name for women. Ellissa is a unique last name too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Popular variation forms of Ellissa (#unlisted) rated in the Top 1000 are Alice (#97 last year), Alisa (#936), Alisha (#895), Alissa (#855), Allison (#38), Allisson, Allyssa, Alysa, Alyssa (#76), Elisa (#498), Elise (#166), Elissa, Eliza (#212), Elizabeth (#14), Ellie (#55), Elsa (#286), Elyssa and Lissa. These girl names were at the top of their popularity in 1998 and are somewhat less popular today, with forms like Alisha, Alissa, Allisson, Elissa and Elyssa falling out of style. The most fashionable baby names in this list are Alice (#97), Elisa (#498), Eliza (#212), Ellie (#55) and Elsa (#286), and there is also a rekindling in birth name usage for these names. Below is a graphed analysis of the usage of Ellissa and corresponding names. (2014 Birth Statistics)
Ellissa is pronounced similarly to Allessa, Allisa, Allissah, Eloisa▼, Illissa and Ulissa. Other recommended similar baby names are Eleisha, Elisha▼, Ellesse, Ellis, Ellisha, Eloisia and Elssa. These names tend to be more frequently used than Ellissa.