What does Liese mean?
Liese /lie-se/ as a girls' name is of Hebrew derivation, and Liese means "God is my oath". Liese is an alternate spelling of Elise (French, Hebrew): short transcription of Elisabeth. Liese is also a variant of Elizabeth (Hebrew). Liese is also used as a form of Liesl (German, Hebrew). See also Lieselotte.
Liese has 55 more different relations via Elise, Elizabeth, Liesl: Alease, Bess▼, Elease, Eliese, Eliesse, Elisse, Ellse, Else, Elyse▲, Ilse, Ilyse, Leasa, Leesa, Leeza, Leisa, Leisel, Lib, Libbey, Libbi, Libbie▼, Libby▲, Libbye, Liesa, Liesbeth, Liesel, Liesja, Liezel, Liezl, Lili, Lilo, Lily▲, Lisa▼, Lisbet, Lisel, Lisette▼, Lisl, Lison, Lissa, Lissi, Lissie, Lissy, Liza▼, Lizbet, Lizeth, Lizette▼, Lizy, Lizzi, Lizzie▼, Lizzy, Lotte, Lusa, Lysa, Lyssa, Lyssi and Lyssie.Kreatif forms:
(female) Leose, Lilse, ..
(male) Liene, Liesei, ..
How popular is Liese?
Liese is an uncommon first name for women but a very popular last name for both adults and children (#45735 out of 150436, Top 30%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Elizabeth (#14 a year ago), Lily (#27), Elise (#166), Elyse (#611), Lisa (#750), Libby (#888), Lizeth (#1348), Liza (#1709), Lise, Lissa, Lisette, Lizbet, Lizzie, Lyssa, Lizette, Lisbet, Liz, Lissie, Liesl, Ilse, Else, Elease, Bess, Leasa, Leesa, Alease, Libbie, Leisa, Leeza and Lili are the popular variation forms of Liese (not ranked). These relations of Liese were favored as baby names during 1960-1969 (adoption of 5.69%) and are now much less popular (adoption 1.45%, 74% less). Elizabeth is a constant favorite, though Elise has become trendy as well, while versions such as Lisa are now less popular. Below is a charted comparison of the history of the girl name Liese and corresponding names. (Top 2000 Names, 2014)
Liese is pronounced similarly to Lace, Leece, Leese, Lois▼, Loise, Louise▼, Lowise, Loyce, Loyise, Luce and Luise. Other suggested similar names are Ailse, Lee▼, Lene, Lesy, Liane, Lidie, Lilie, Linsey, Linsie, Liset, Litsea, Livie, Reese▲ and Rise. These names tend to be more commonly used than Liese.