User comments for Elisa (Meaning / History Only)

Elisa as most of the names started with "eli" comes from the Hebrew "Elyasa" and it means with the help of god.
― Anonymous User  4/11/2006
This name actually comes from Greek mythology, Elysian fields meaning "most beautiful" because in the underworld there were four places and this was the second level of heaven and it was said to be the most beautiful place like anywhere.

This name doesn't have to be short for Elisabeth either! It can be just plain Elisa on the birth certificate, which I personally prefer.
― Anonymous User  3/12/2009
Elisa is also a Spanish name meaning "consecrated to God". It is also of Hebrew origin meaning "God is my vow."
JemimaP1  10/19/2016

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