Elysia
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Elysia is used by the Greeks and Romans most of all, but also by the English and possibly French.
-- Anonymous User  5/9/2005
It's a cute name!
-- Psycho_Princess  10/25/2006
Elysia Hughes, daughter of Maes and Gracia Hughes, is from the anime Full Metal Alchemist.
-- rikkai_tensai  4/16/2007
I read that the name means "thunder-struck," having evolved from the designation of a person or place struck by lightning (enelysion, enelysios).
-- CamilleTheGreat  5/5/2007
Very cute name and very nice meaning, but it's a little too youthful for my taste. It sounds too close to a made up variation of Alice it just doesn't fit as an adult name.
-- pandasayscynical  7/6/2008
This name can also be spelt Elicia. But be warned this often means it is pronounced Elisha rather than the correct pronunciation of E-li-see-ah.
-- Anonymous User  10/16/2008
I like this name, but pronounced as Elijah would be. I know it's wrong, but every time I see this name I think it's pronounced like Elijah Wood, the guy who plays the hobbit.

I even plan on using this if I ever have a little girl.
-- RachieVic  11/7/2009
I actually think, but I am not 100% and my google search left me kinda confused, but I always thought that Elysia (also thought it was Elysian feilds) was a part of the realm of the dead, which was called Hades. But I guess it is different for everyone.
-- dark-angel-girl  6/30/2010
Beautiful goth name.
-- Anonymous User  7/8/2010
I think this name is so beautiful. This is my grandmother's name, except hers is spelled Elisia. I think that may be the Spanish version.
-- Anonymous User  12/6/2010
This is a beautiful name. I personally prefer to pronounce it eh-LEE-zee-ah, with a z sound instead of an s.
-- Tawnee  3/17/2011
Very beautiful name, and reminds of me of the supposed qualities of Elysian Fields - blissful, sweet, joyful, and lovely.
-- sunshinechild67  2/13/2012
I've heard this name pronounced "ee-LEES-ee-ah" and "el-EES-ee-ah." Out of all the paradise names such as Avalon and Eden, Elysia is a lovely choice.
-- AlexandrianScrolls  7/16/2014

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