What does Gisele mean?
Associated with: pledge (oath).
(female) Gisee, Giselee, ..
(male) Gisege, Gisene, .. Middle name pairings:
Gisele Niyah (G.N.), ..
How popular is Gisele?
Gisele is a very popular first name for females (#1785 out of 4276, Top 42%) but a rare surname for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Gisele was first listed in 1950-1959 and reached its top rank of #1046 in the U.S. in the 1950s, and is currently at #1566. (2015 Birth Statistics)
Which version is better?with its source form and related girl names. Prominent variation forms of Gisele (#1566 a year ago) ranked in the Top 2000 are Gisela, Giselle (#221 a year ago), Gizella and Gizelle. Other forms, like Gila, are uncommon. These forms of Gisele were favored a decade ago (usage of 0.17%) and are somewhat less common today (usage 0.1%, down 42%).
Gisele is alike in pronunciation to Jiselle, Jizelle and Joselle. Other recommended names are Adele▼, Angele, Ariele, Ashle, Basile, Cele, Chele, Cile, Cristle, Danele, Dielle, Eimile, Fidele, Gaelle, Gaile, Gale▼, Gayel, Gayle▼, Gaylle, Gazelle, Geela, Gemelle, Gene▼, Gilette, Gillie, Gilly, Ginella, Ginelle, Ginette, Ginevre, Gingee, Gipsee (see Gypsy), Gipsey, Gitte, Giula, Grete, Gricely, Grisel, Griselda▼, Grisella, Griselle, Griselly (see Griselda), Grizel, Gryselde (see Griselda), Gussie▼, Jinelle, Jisela, Lisel, Luseele, Lusile, Michele▼, Micole, Mikelle, Mille, Moiselle, Moselle, Niceole (see Nicole), Nichele, Nicole▼, Nishelle, Noele, Peele, Roselle, Rozele (see Rosalie), Semele, Sibelle, Sisely, Sisile, Udele, Ursule, Viole and Zele. These names tend to be less commonly used than Gisele.See names in meaning and etymology.