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What does Lieselotte mean?

Lieselotte Pronunciation of Lieselotte [lieselotte] as a girls' name. Combination of Liese (Hebrew) "God's promise" and Charlotte (French) "little and womanly".

Related girl name: Elise.

Associated with: combination (blend), promise (oath), little, womanly (gentle).


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Middle name pairings:
Lieselotte Ryder (L.R.), ..

How popular is Lieselotte?

Lieselotte is a somewhat prominent first name for females (#3795 out of 4276, Top 89%) but an unusual surname for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)

Which version is better?

with similar and related girl names. Charlotte (#9 via latest list) and Elise (#174) are the prominent alternative forms of Lieselotte (unlisted). Adoption of these forms of Lieselotte was widespread among parents in 2013 (adoption of 0.9%) and has remained as widespread to this day (adoption 0.9%, up 1.9%). Charlotte has been the most prominent, although Elise appears to be gaining popularity too. (Top Baby Names, 2015)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Charlotte, Elise in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Charlotte, Elise outside U.S.

Similar Names

Lieselotte is alike in pronunciation to Lisolette. Other suggested similar names are Ancelote, Anisette, Bellette, Cecette, Cosette, Eevette (see Evette), Finette, Genette, Gilette, Ginette, Isotte (see Isolde), Jamesette, Jenette, Josette, Karlotte, Laurette, Leelee, Lenette, Leretta (see Loretta), Leslee, Leslie, Liesbeth (see Elisabeth), Liesel, Liesl, Liezel, Linett, Linetta, Linette, Linnette, Lisbett, Lisbette, Lisebet, Lisel, Liseta, Liseth, Lisette, Lissette, Lizette, Lolotte, Lorrette, Lotte, Lunette, Lurette, Luzette, Lynette, Lynnette, Lysbette, Lyzbette (see Elizabeth), Lyzette, Minette, Mosette, Musette, Nellette, Nicolette, Nicollette, Ninette, Odelette, Pearlette, Perlette, Pierette, Pierrette, Rillette, Rosette, Sharlotte, Susette, Ursulette, Vedette, Vidette, Villette, Violette, Viollette (see Violet), Wilmette, Yevette and Ysotte. These names tend to be less commonly used than Lieselotte.

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