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Hmmm, it looks strangely like a diminutive of "eala", which is Gaelic for "swan". It's pretty, though. It's pronounced "EL-a-saj".
-- gaelruadh19  1/16/2007
I used this name for a character in a short-story I wrote for school - but that character was male. I had thought I made Ealasaid up myself (silly me!), but couldn't figure out why it seemed so familiar, while I had just been looking at it earlier that day. It's just lucky that my teacher knew nothing of names, or else he might've questioned me on why I named my tyrannical, evil, male character, in essence, Elizabeth. Anyways, I like this name a lot. It's very mystical and quite pretty. I'd rather see girls with this as a middle name than the overused Elizabeth.
-- Pheadirean  7/14/2007
I can hear the American public school teacher saying, "Ok, ee-la-sed, your turn to read." Sorry. Fact is, if you want people in the US to call your child Elasajh, you'll just have to spell it like that (or something similar).
-- leananshae  12/23/2007
Do you really think everybody visiting this site is American? Sorry, but there are more nationalities out there. And thousands of other languages than English. There is a country called Scotland where some people speak Scottish Gaelic and to them Ealasaid isn't hard to pronounce.
-- Caprice  8/31/2012
No offense to anyone named Ealasaid. But to me, it seems like eel-said. To me, a name that will always have an initial attached to it, however much I dislike that, is far better than a name that lends itself to teasing like this name.
-- Anonymous User  12/8/2008
This name is pronounced ee-AH-luh-sich. Gaelic has some very different letter sounds than English does. The alternative pronunciation of ay-LAH-sayd is an anglicized version.
-- ceg  9/14/2014

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