Comments for the name Carlisle


Comments for CARLISLE:

Rick Carlisle, the head coach of the Indiana Pacers, has this surname.
-- miraclegirl80  8/20/2005
Carlisle is a city in northwestern England. I have never thought of it as a name, but it's not bad.
-- visitor27  3/18/2006
Carlisle is the name of a city in south central Pennsylvania, in the United States.
-- Sara Ruth  5/29/2006
I live in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. And only recently did I consider using it as a name. I even thought of the possible nickname "Carli"!
-- Pheadirean  7/1/2006
Carlisle Cullen is a major character in Twilight by Stephenie Meyer.
-- Lomesir22  7/31/2006
It has a very elegant sound. I like it!
-- czechcrazy  12/16/2006
I love the name. It's obviously an older name and is not used too often, and I like being more original (without getting dumb and naming your kid after a vegetable or something).
-- Anonymous User  1/11/2008
I think that Carlisle is a really masculine, elegant name. The only way that anyone could think it was a girls' name is if they pronounced it CAR-lease-el.
-- Akito  3/19/2008
Carlisle Cullen, a fictional vampire doctor from Stephenie Meyer's famous Twilight books. He is 362 years old and known for his strong will power and compassion.
-- TwilightTilDawn  6/30/2008
It's a stupid name. Really, what would possess you to call your child Carlisle?! And I haven’t even started on the inappropriate naming of Carlisle Cullen (Twilight fans should know what I'm on about.)
-- Glamorous  8/3/2008
This is the middle name of 'Dexter' and 'Six Feet Under' star Michael C. Hall. I like this name, but much prefer it as a middle name.
-- KillYourEgo  1/10/2009
I think Carlisle is a very strong sounding name. It seems elegant and calm. I am all for this name!
-- megan1ellen  2/15/2009
I do not like this name. It has nothing to do with Twilight, I like Twilight, but I don't like the sound of Carlisle, the spelling looks somewhat clumsy, and it took me ages to figure out the pronunciation.
-- emmiix3  3/15/2009
I wish that I had heard of this name without Twilight. Now whenever I mention it people must bring up my pettiness for loving a name from Twilight. A fantastic name overall, but with the Twilight pandemonia, not something I could use at the moment.
-- margs66  3/22/2009
I find this name to be quite ugly. It probably has to do with the 'Car' beginning. It sounds out-dated rather than classic. The nickname 'Carl' doesn't exactly help either.
-- gethsemane_rose  6/21/2009
Awesome name and very easy to pronounce if you've ever seen the word "aisle". Seriously, people. That said, as much as I love it, I could never name my child this name because of Twilight (even if he was the only bearable character in that series).
-- slyboots  11/15/2009
I love this name. I admire the astrophysicist Carl Sagan so much that I would love to name a child after him, but I can't stand the name "Carl" - it sounds too harsh and brusque. "Carlisle" would be a beautiful compromise. The two "L" sounds in the second syllable softens it, creating a melodious, well-balanced name.
-- FreedomsPaladin  9/2/2010
I like this name for a girl. I have a friend named Carlisle, but she mostly goes by Carli just because her last name is Callen, so she gets a lot of Twilight references.
-- megi99  2/11/2011
The name Carlisle was given to 46 baby boys born in the US in 2012. I like it. And I don't think the pronunciation will be a problem anymore.
-- Oohvintage  7/20/2013
To me this name sounds handsome and mysterious but also gentle, plus you rarely see it.
-- EqualityandLoveRall  7/2/2014
A very sweet yet sophisticated name, it would sound great on a boy and man.
-- BuyBeerOrPayTheRent  9/27/2014
Carlisle is my last name. I love it and I get many compliments on it. But it's always been misspelled and people like to pronounce it wrong too! But I love it and I love my full name!
-- Brca  5/1/2015

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