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Girl Names Ending with -isha

Isha ending baby names and what they mean, with 74 results. -isha names are used more often as feminine names. These girl names were at the height of their popularity 38 years ago (ADOPTION OF 0.6%) and are now much less common (ADOPTION 0.1%, DOWN 87.4%), with names like Lakisha becoming somewhat dated. Aisha (#523) is the most chic girl name here, while Berisha (TOP 19%) and Pisha (71%) are popular -isha last names.

-isha names

Abisha - Donisha | Doralisha - Lakeisha | Latisha - Raenisha | Ranisha - Vernisha

Abisha - Donisha

Form of Abijah. Derivative of Hebrew language. "God is my father." Avisha is a somewhat common girl's name.

Aisha and variants

Aisha, var. Tynisha, Tyisha, Tinisha, Teisha, Takisha, Taisha, Maisha, Ihisha, Isha, Ayisha, Ayeisha, Aeisha
Origin fr. Arabic. "Alive and well." Common, and Takisha, var. are comparable to popular -isha surnames Kisha (UPPER 96%), Risha (91%).

Alicia and variants

Leisha, Elisha, Alisha1, Aleisha
Forms of Alicia. Based on Old German. "Noble, exalted." Usage of Alisha and variants was higher 38 years ago and is now diminished, with Alisha becoming less in vogue.


Var. of Alice. Derived fr. Old German element. "Noble, exalted." Alisha is familiar as a children's name compared to other forms. See also Ayisha.

Source fr. Hindi element. "Beautiful." Amisha is an irregularly used feminine name. See also Abisha.


Var. of Anice. Stems fr. Greek word. "Satisfaction." Anisha is conventional (TOP 77%) as a female name. See also Abisha.

Var. of Antonia. Root fr. Latin word. Feminine of Anthony, used since classical .. Outside Top 2000.

Var. of Arnelle. Based on American language. Invented name based on Arnold. Arnisha is rarely adopted as a baby name.

Form of Bernice. Origin fr. Greek language. "Victory bringer." Bernisha is a rare given name. See also Berenisa.

Form of Brisa. Based on Latin language. Short form of the Spanish name .. A peculiar children's name. See also Boriska.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -isha names: Aisha, Aleisha, Alisha, Anisha, Danisha

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -isha names: Denisha, Donisha, Elisha, Isha, Leisha

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -isha names: Maisha, Taisha, Takisha, Tyisha, Tynisha

Var. of Carla. Origin fr. Old German language. "Free man." Unusual. Carlisha, similar to Casha, Charisha, ends with -sha. See also Charlisa.

Var. of Carmel. Source fr. Hebrew element. "Garden, orchard." Rare. Carmisha, similar to Camesha, uses the androgynous-sounding -ha ending. See also Charmisa.

Form of Charis. Based on Greek language. "Grace." Charisha was not a Top birth name in 2018. See also Chariza.

Var. of Cherish. Stems fr. English, Old French. "To treasure and care for; dear." Unusual, with the androgynous -sha ending for Charisha, like Camesha. See also Carissa.

Delisha, Dalisha
Forms of Delicia. Derived fr. Latin language. "Pleasure, delight." Caisha and Darisha are creative variations.

Da- and variants

Davisha, Danisha
Forms of Da-. Derivative of American. .. Pronunciation emphasis is on the second .. Danisha and Davisha are scantly used first names.

Form of Darnell. Derived fr. Old English language. "Hidden nook." Outside Top 2000. See also Marnisha.

De- and variants

Denisha, Deneisha, Demeisha
Var. of De-. Stems fr. American. Combination of the De prefix with .. Less used today. Denisha was the variation last listed (2000) in the Top 2000.

Form of Dionysia. Derivative of Latin, Greek elements. "Follower of Dionysius." Unique, with the favored -sha suffix for Dinisha, like Daysha, Deneisha. See also Vinisha.


Form of Donna. Based on Italian language. "Lady." Adoption of Donisha was well-received among parents 2 decades ago. See also Donika.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for -isha names for girls.

1. Abisha - Donisha
Abijah [Abisha], Aisha [Tyisha, Teisha, Tynisha, Tinisha, ..], Alicia [Leisha, Elisha, Alisha, Aleisha], Alice [Alisha], Amisha, Anice [Anisha], Antonia [Antonisha], Arnelle [Arnisha], Bernice [Bernisha], Brisa [Brisha], Carla [Carlisha], Carmel [Carmisha], Charis [Charisha], Cherish [Charisha], Delicia [Delisha, Dalisha], Da- [Davisha, Danisha], Darnell [Darnisha], De- [Denisha, Deneisha, Demeisha], Dionysia [Dinisha], Donna [Donisha]

Dora [Doralisha], Elisha [Ellisha, Eleisha], Erisha, Felicia [Filisha, Felisha, Phalisha, Phyllisha, ..], Gwyneth [Gwenisha], Horatia [Horaisha], Iris [Irisha], Isha [Aisha], Ja- [Janisha, Jamisha, Jameisha, ..], Juanita [Juanisha], Julissa [Julisha], Khadija [Kadisha], Ka- [Katisha, Karisha, Kanisha, Kaneisha, ..], Kanisha [Kinisha, Kenisha, Kaneisha], Kapri [Kaprisha], Keisha [Kisha], Kenisha, Lucretia [Lacrisha, Lakrisha, Lucreisha], La- [Larisha, Latisha, Lanisha, Latrisha, ..], Lakeisha [Lekisha, Lakisha, Lekeisha, Laquisha]

Latisha [Letisha, Lettisha, Lateisha], Letitia [Tisha, Letisha, Latisha], Tricia [Trisha, Latrisha], Lecia [Lisha], Marissa [Marisha], Markeisha [Markisha], Marlisa [Marlisha], Marni [Marnisha], Marquise [Marquisha], Melissa [Melisha], Melisha [Malisha, Mellisha], Michelle [Misha], Misha, Monisha, Myisha [Myeisha], Na- [Natisha, Nakisha, Nakeisha], Natasha [Natisha], Nisha, Patricia [Trisha, Patrisha], Rae [Raenisha]

Ranae [Ranisha], Rayann [Raynisha], Renee [Renisha, Reneisha], Ronni [Ronisha], Saisha, Taja [Taisha], Ta- [Tanisha, Tamisha, Talisha], Talitha [Talisha], Tanisha [Tynisha, Tannisha], Te- [Tenisha, Telisha], Tisha, Toni [Tonisha], Vanessa [Vinisha, Venisha], Verna [Vernisha]

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