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Meaning of the Name Lise

The first name Lise is of German, Hebrew, Greek, Native American, Danish, French origin. It is often a boy or girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

German: Devoted to God
Hebrew: Variant of Elisabeth: from Elisheba, Meaning Either Oath of God, or God is Satisfaction
Greek: Variant of Elizabeth: from the Hebrew Elisheba, Meaning Either Oath of God, or God is Satisfaction
Native American: Salmon's Head Just Coming Out of the Water
Danish: Danish Form of Elizabeth
French: Abbreviation of Elisabeth. 'My God is Bountiful;God of Plenty; Devoted to God
Native American: Salmon's Head Rising Above Water (Miwok)
German: Consecrated to God

Similar Names

Lais | Laish | Lasea | Lasse | Les | Liko | Liuz | Luce | Luis | Luke |

Related Names

Adelise  (French)
Forerunner of Alice. of the Nobility. Noble
Ailise  (Irish)
Noble
Alise  (Spanish)
Noble. of the Nobility
Analise  (German)
From Analiese
Analise  (Hebrew)
Grace or Devoted to God
Analise  (Latin)
Graced With God's Bounty
Annalise  (Latin)
Graced With God's Bounty
Annalise  (German)
Gracious, Consecreted to God
Anne-lise  (Danish)
Consecrated to God
Annelise  (German)
Gracious, Consecreted to God
Annelise  (Danish)
Graceful Light
Annelise  (Latin)
Graced With God's Bounty
Elise  (English)
A Girl's Name of French Origin. Means: Consecrated; God's Oath
Elise  (German)
Consecrated to God
Elise  (French)
Consecrated to God. an Abbreviation of Elisabeth, Derived from a French Diminutive of Elizabeth
Elise  (Hebrew)
Variant of Elisabeth: from Elisheba, Meaning Either Oath of God, or God is Satisfaction
Elise  (Greek)
Variant of Elizabeth: from the Hebrew Elisheba, Meaning Either Oath of God, or God is Satisfaction. Famous Bearer: Old Testament Elizabeth Was Mother of John the Baptist and One of the Earliest Known
Eliseo  (Hebrew)
Jehovah is God
Elysia  (Latin)
Blissful. Mythological: Elysium Was the Dwelling Place of Happy Souls (Paradise). (Elicia, Elise, Elisha, Elyse, Elysha, Lise, Llysa, Llyse). Origin: Latin
Felise  (Latin)
Happy. Feminine of Felix
Ingelise  (Danish)
Ing's Grace
Lisa  (Hebrew)
God's Solemn Oath, Form of Elizabeth (Lise, Lisle, Liza)
Liseli  (Native American)
Unknown Meaning
Liseli  (Native American)
Unknown
Lisette  (French)
She Who Fights With Honor
Lisette  (Greek)
Variant of Elizabeth: from the Hebrew Elisheba, Meaning Either Oath of God, or God is Satisfaction
Lisette  (Hebrew)
Variant of Elisabeth: from Elisheba, Meaning Either Oath of God, or God is Satisfaction
Lisette  (German)
Devoted to God
Lisette  (French)
Consecrated to God
Lissa  (Greek)
The Honey Bee, Variation of Melissa (Elissa, Elyssa, Lyssa, Lisette)
Malise  (Gaelic)
Servant of Jesus
Malise  (Celtic/Gaelic)
Black, Dark
Melise  (Greek)
Bee. Famous Bearer: Melissa, Mythological Princess of Crete Transformed to a Bee After Learning to Collect Honey
Melisenda  (Hispanic)
Honest, Diligent
Melisenda  (Spanish)
Sweet
Metta-lise  (Danish)
Consecrated to God
Mettalise  (Danish)
Graceful Pearl
Ulises  (Spanish)
Variant of the Greek Name Odysseus. Ulysses Was the Clever and Resourceful Mythological Hero of Homer's Epic the Odyssey

Additional Names

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