What does Elysia mean?
Elysia /ely-sia/ [2 sylls.] as a girls' name is of Latin origin. From Elysium, which in mythology is the home of the blessed, known as the "Elysian fields". The name Elysia also means "God's oath" in Hebrew. Modern use is probably due to its similarity to the familiar Elise and Alicia.
Affiliated girl name: Elissa.
Elysia has 42 more relations via Alicia, Elise: Alecia▼, Aleecia, Aleesa, Aleesha, Aleeza, Aleisha, Alesha▼, Aleshia, Alesia, Alica, Alisa▼, Alisha▼, Alishia, Alisia, Alissa▼, Allicia, Allysa, Allyssha, Alycia▼, Alysa▼, Alysha▼, Alysia▼, Alyssa▲, Alyssia, Elease, Elicia, Elisa▲, Elisee, Elisha▼, Elissa▼, Elisse, Elize, Ellissa, Ellyse, Elyce, Elysa, Elyssa▼, Lecia, Leisha, Lesha, Lesia and Licia.Kreatif forms: Eliosia. [more]
How popular is Elysia?
Elysia is a rare given name for women. Elysia is an equally unique last name for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Displayed below is an analysis of the popularity of the girl name Elysia and corresponding names. Alecia, Alesha, Alesia, Alica, Alicia (#341 the previous year), Alisa (#936), Alisha (#895), Alissa (#855), Alycia, Alysa, Alysha, Alysia, Alyssa (#76), Alyssia, Elease, Elisa (#498), Elise (#166), Elisha, Elissa, Elyse (#611), Elyssa and Lesia are the popular variation forms of Elysia (outside Top 1000). Usage of these girl names reached its most widespread in the year 1990 (usage of 0.3917%) and is now significantly lower (usage 0.1646%, down 58%), with versions such as Alisha, Alissa, Alysia, Elisha and Elyssa becoming somewhat dated. The more fashionable baby names among these are Alicia (#341), Alyssa (#76), Elisa (#498), Elise (#166) and Elyse (#611), and there is a rebound in baby name usage for Elisa, Elise and Elyse. (Top 1000 Baby Names Records, 2014)
Elysia is pronounced similarly to Alaysia, Allysia, Aloysia, Eligia, Eloisia and Eloysia. Other suggested similar baby names are Elesha, Elissia, Ellsa, Ellsi, Ellyssa, Elsa▲, Elsha, Elsie▲, Elssa, Elysse, Elyssia, Elyza and Elyzza. These names tend to be more frequently used than Elysia.