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Girl Names Ending with -se

Se ending baby names and what they mean, with 120 results. -se names are used more often as feminine names. These girl names were at the apex of their popularity a century ago (USAGE OF 1.9%) and have become much less widespread since (USAGE 0.6%, 67.6%), with names such as Therese becoming somewhat outmoded. The most trendy girl names here are Eloise (#167), Saoirse (#830), Annalise (#429), Annelise (#1292) and Elyse (#692), while Krise (TOP 14%) and Vise (15%) are conventional -se last names.

-se names

Adalgise - Candase | Candiese - Clarisse | Dalise - Francoise | Gracieuse - Lise | Louise - Rose | Rose - Vernise

Adalgise - Candase

Adelgise, Adalgise
Var. of Adalgisa. Origin fr. Old German element. "Noble, precious promise." Adalise is a somewhat popular birth name.

Annise1, Anniesse, Anise1, Agnesse, Agnese
Forms of Agnes. Root fr. Greek. "Pure, holy." Rare, but Anise, Annise are comparable to popular surnames Avise (UPPER 81%), Aluise (51%), which also end with -ise.

Form of Ailsa. From Old Norse language. "Island of Alfsigr." Ailse is not a Top 2000 name. See also Alisse.

Alice and variants

Leese, Ilysse, Alyse1, Allyse1, Alise1
Forms of Alice. Based on Old German. "Noble, exalted." Allyse, Ilysse and Leese are more uncommon as girls' names among the variant forms of Alice.


Form of Alisa. Root fr. Hebrew language. "Great happiness." Less used today. Alise was last found in 2000 in the Top 2000. See also Alize.

Alyssa and variants

Alysse, Alyse2, Allyse2, Alisse
Var. of Alyssa. Stems fr. Greek language. "Rational." Alyse is conventional (TOP 61%) as a feminine name, while Alisse, Allyse and Alysse are unique.

Var. of Aloisia. Derived fr. Old German word. "Famous warrior." Aloise, like the similar-sounding Alis, occurs more often as a last name. See also Alliss.

Annalisa and variants

Annelise, Anneliese, Annalise, Annaliese, Anelise, Analiese, Analise
Forms of Annalisa. Source fr. Latin element. "Graced with God's bounty." Analiese, Analise, Annaliese, Annalise, Anneliese and Annelise are more prevalent as birth names compared to Anelise.

Anastase, Anastaise
Var. of Anastasia. Derivative of Greek language. "Resurrection." Anastaise and Anastase are rare as feminine names.

Anise2, var. Aneese
.. Other names derived from spices are .. Anise and Aneese are seldom used as birth names.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -se names: Alise, Alyse, Alysse, Analiese, Analise

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -se names: Annaliese, Annalise, Anneliese, Annelise

Form of Anne. Based on Hebrew word. "He (God) has favored me." Annine and Arnise are creative variations. See also Annes.

Arlise, var. Arlyse
Based on Hebrew language. "Pledge." Arlise and Arlyse are not frequently used as birth names.

Form of Asa. Derived fr. Old Norse element. "Goddess." Unisex name. Scarce. Ase is not listed in the US Demographics.

Var. of Belle. Origin fr. French. "Beautiful." Unusual. Belisse is not found in the US Demographics. See also Bliss.

Bernise, Berenise
Forms of Berenice. Based on Greek element. "Victory bringer." Not in Top 2000.

Blaise1, var. Blase
Stems fr. Latin. "Lisp, stutter." Compare surnames Blaire (TOP 51%), Blaine (3%).

Var. of Blasia. Source fr. Latin word. "Lisp, stutter." Cross-gender use. Outside Top 2000.

Blysse, Blisse
Forms of Bliss. Stems fr. Old English language. "Joy, cheer, intense happiness." Not Top 2000 names.

Form of Brandy. Stems fr. English word. The name of the distilled wine .. Unique. Brandise, like Berenise, Bernise, ends with -ise.

Form of Candace. Derived fr. Latin word. "Clarity, whiteness." Not that common as a baby name. See also Candiace.

Quick Reference

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

1. Adalgise - Candase
Adalgisa [Adelgise, ..], Agnes [Annise, ..], Ailsa [Ailse], Alice [Leese, ..], Alisa [Alise], Alyssa [Alysse, ..], Aloisia [Aloise], Annalisa [Annelise, ..], Anastasia [Anastase, ..], Anise [Aneese], Anne [Annise], Arlise [Arlyse], Asa [Ase], Belle [Belisse], Berenice [Bernise, ..], Blaise [Blase], Blasia [Blaise], Bliss [Blysse, ..], Brandy [Brandise], Candace [Candase]

Candice [Kandyse, ..], Caprice [Caprise], Caresse, Charis [Karisse, ..], Carla [Carlyse, ..], Casey [Kayse, ..], Celeste [Celisse, ..], Cerese, Cerise [Sherise, ..], Cha- [Chanise, ..], Chantal [Chanteese], Charity [Charisse, ..], Charmaine [Charmese], Chelsea [Chelse, ..], Cher [Cherise], Cherise [Sherryse, ..], Cherry [Cherise], Clarice [Klarise, ..], Claire [Clarisse], Clarissa [Clarisse]

Delicia [Delyse, ..], Danna [Danise], Darice [Dareese], De- [Delyse, ..], Denise [Denyse, ..], Daisy [Deyse], Donna [Donnisse], Doris [Doryse], Eilise, Elysia [Ilyse, ..], Elizabeth [Lyse, ..], Elise [Lise, ..], Elisabeth [Lise, ..], Elissa [Elysse, ..], Ella [Ellesse], Eloise [Heloise, ..], Elsa [Ilse, ..], Felicia [Felysse, ..], Flora [Florise], Frances [Francoise]

Grace [Gracieuse], Hannah [Hanalise], Heloise [Eloise], Hortense, Ilse [Else], Ja- [Janeese, ..], Jamie [Jamese], Janessa [Janesse], Janice [Jenise, ..], Jane [Janise], Jenny [Jenise], Jessica [Jesse], Jessie [Jesse], Jo [Joquise, ..], Joyce [Joyse], Cassie [Kasse], Kora [Koralise], Latrice [Latreese], Liesl [Liese], Lisa [Lise]

Louise [Luise, ..], Luisa [Louise], Maris [Maryse, ..], Marise, Marissa [Marisse], Marlise, Marlisa [Marlyse], Marquise, Mary [Maurise, ..], Maureen [Maurise], Melissa [Melisse, ..], Narcissa [Narcisse], Patricia [Patrisse], Primrose, Princess [Princesse], Raisa [Raisse], Reese, Renata [Renise], Risa [Rise], Rosa [Rose]

Rosae [Rose], Rose, Ross [Rosse], Saoirse, Shalisa [Shalise], Shaneika [Shanisse, ..], Shanice [Shanise, ..], Shanelle [Shanisse], Sha- [Sharise, ..], Sharise, Sherisa [Sherise], Susan [Suse], Susannah [Suse], Thais [Taisse], Talise, Teresa [Teresse, ..], Theresa [Therese, ..], Vanessa [Vonesse, ..], Venetia [Venise], Verna [Vernise]

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