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I like this form of Elizabeth very much, along with another form, "Elsie", which sounds more cutesy than "Elsa".
-- gaelruadh19  4/28/2005
A double-crossing character in the film "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade" was called Elsa.
-- Anonymous User  12/21/2005
Elsa the Lioness (1956-January 24, 1961) was a female lion raised by game warden George Adamson and his wife Joy Adamson (1910-1980) in Kenya. Her life was depicted in Joy Adamson's book Born Free and "Living Free", both of which were made into movies.
-- Anonymous User  12/21/2005
Elsa is the name of a character in the Wagner Opera "Lohengrin".
-- Anonymous User  12/21/2005
Elsa Beskow was a Swedish author and illustrator of children's books.
-- Elphi  12/21/2005
Elsa Peretti, born in Florence, Italy is a famous jewelry designer. She has designed many of Tiffany's best selling items.
-- rmloveman  1/1/2006
In "The Sound of Music", Baroness Schrader's first name is Elsa. (Her first name is not mentioned in the movie, only the play.)
-- Anonymous User  5/6/2006
I know an older German woman named Else (el-see), short for Elsa. Not very popular in the United States.
-- websurfer  5/28/2006
Actress Elsa Pataky is a famous bearer.
-- Keira_111  10/1/2006
Elsa Morante (August 18, 1912 - 25 November 1985) was an Italian novelist, perhaps best known for her novel La Storia (History).
-- sweetbabe  12/18/2006
To quote the song "Supersonic" by Oasis:

"I know a girl called Elsa
She's into Alka Seltzer
She sniffs it through a cane on a supersonic train"
-- ADT  3/25/2007
Elsa´s pet forms are Ela, Elli, Elsie, Elsina, Zina, Zita, Elusha.
-- Karcoolka  4/9/2007
Actress Elsa Lanchester, most famous for portraying the title role as the Bride in "The Bride of Frankenstein" 1935!
-- Anonymous User  6/21/2007
Elsa is Hebrew and means My God is a vow; joyful.
-- sarahlauren  9/19/2007
For some weird reason, I have always imagined this to be a great name for an aloof, enigmatic, somewhat emotionally cold, yet absolutely gorgeous young female character in a a movie that has an upper middle class background and either blond hair and blue eyes or red hair and green eyes and pale skin. I used to love the name, but I remember it to have a religious etymology of some kind, and I want to use names that are as secular as possible.
-- slight night shiver  4/22/2008
Elsa Benítez (born on December 8, 1977) is a Mexican model. Benítez was born in Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico, and she got her modeling start after winning an international model search, held in Costa Rica in 1995. With Linda Evangelista as one of her childhood idols, Benítez decided to follow her dream of modeling. Modeling opportunities opened up for Benítez soon after, first in Mexico, where she started out her career, and then in the United States and Europe.
-- sweetbabe  7/31/2008
Elsa Lunghini, stage name Elsa (born May 20, 1973, in Paris), is a French singer and actress.
-- sweetbabe  7/31/2008
Elsa Schiaparelli (September 10, 1890 – November 13, 1973) was an influential Italian fashion designer. Along with Coco Chanel, she dominated fashion between the two World Wars. Starting with knitwear, her designs were heavily influenced by Surrealists like her collaborator Salvador Dali. However unlike Chanel she never adapted to the changes in fashion after WWII and her business closed in 1954.
-- sweetbabe  7/31/2008
Elsa Zylberstein or Elsa Steiner (born 16 October 1968) is a French film, TV, and stage actress.
-- sweetbabe  7/31/2008
Elsa Sylvan is a Swedish fashion model currently starring in the Spring 09 Balenciaga ad campaign.
-- Anonymous User  1/8/2009
Elsa is often pronounced EL-zah (its Hebrew form).
-- faye  1/24/2009
Elsa Martinelli, Italian actress and fashion model.
-- Jonquil  3/29/2009
I quite like this name, it sounds quite refreshing. :) . But the thing is with this name, is that it's quite an old lady-esque name in Britain, and I suppose in America as well. But contrary to this, I think it's a really great name that would suit any age, and I think it suits a young girl more than it would an old lady. :)
-- walesgal92  2/16/2010
Elsa is also used in Portuguese.
-- Anonymous User  9/8/2011
It's my name and, personally, I'm not a fan. However, Elsa has the advantage of being short and therefore, it cannot be turned into a stupid nickname.
-- Anonymous User  1/17/2012
Elsa Salazar Cade was an American science teacher and entomologist.
-- Anonymous User  8/5/2012
The current Italian Labour/Welfare minister, Elsa Fornero, carries the name Elsa.
-- Harvey1409  11/3/2012
It's not my favorite, but I still like it. I think it'd be a nice break from the overused name Ella, and it's a heck of a lot more imaginative/non-trendy.
-- Anonymous User  3/28/2013
My baby cousin's name is Elsa Mae and I want to either call her Elle or Ellie.
-- polkaspot  8/12/2013
Elsa (along with her sister Anna) is a new Disney princess from the 2013 movie Frozen.
-- Ranchie  12/29/2013
I'm predicting this name to become a bit of a fad.
-- Foxtrot53  3/20/2014

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