What does Lise mean?
Lise /lise/ [1 syll.] as a girls' name is of French, Hebrew and English derivation, and the name Lise means "God is my oath". Lise is a variant transcription of Elise (French, Hebrew): short variant of Elisabeth. Lise is also a derivative of Elizabeth (Hebrew). Lise is also used as a variation of Lisa (English, Hebrew).
Lise has 26 more different forms via Elise, Elisabeth, Elizabeth, Lisa: Else, Ilse, Leisa, Leisel, Lib, Liesa, Liesel, Liesl, Lili, Lilo, Lily▲, Lisbet, Lisel, Liset, Liseta, Liseth, Lisl, Lison, Lissa, Lissi, Lissie▼, Lissy, Liza▼, Lizy, Lusa and Lysa.Kreatif forms: Lase, Liase, Lidse. [more]
How popular is Lise?
Lise is a very prominent first name for females (#1615 out of 4276, Top 38%) and a slightly less prominent last name for both adults and children (#111119 out of 150436, Top 74%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Presented below is the baby name popularity of Lise for girls. Lise was first listed in 1950-1959 and reached its top position of #994 in the U.S. then, but is not ranked at the moment. (2014 Birth Statistics)
Elisabeth (#603 the previous year), Elise (#166), Elizabeth (#14), Else, Leisa, Lily (#27), Lisa (#750), Lissa, Lissie, Liz and Liza are the popular alternative forms of Lise appearing in the Top 1000. Forms like Lissi are uncommon. These girl names were at the peak of their popularity during the years 1960-1969 (usage of 0.3661%) and are somewhat less popular today (usage 0.2867%, down 21.7%), with the forms Elisabeth, Lisa, Lissie, Liz and Liza becoming somewhat dated. Elise (#166) and Lily (#27) are two of the more fashionable names for newborns among these, and there is also a revival in baby name popularity for both names. Below is a graphed analysis of the popularity of the girl name Lise and corresponding names. (2014 Birth Statistics)
Lise is alike in pronunciation to Lace, Leese, Lois▼, Loise, Louise▼, Lowise, Loyise, Luce and Luise. Other recommended similar baby names are Laisey, Lake, Lesy, Lisha, Lisia, Luisa▼ and Rise. These names tend to be less commonly used than Lise.