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Larisa possibly means "seagul" (Greek "laris").
Yen_Yen  12/23/2005
Larisa may also come from the Greek word for Seagull - ãëÜñïó.
― Anonymous User  12/4/2006
One version of the origin is that Larisa derived from Latin word "larus" (seagull).
lomeo  6/6/2007
I believe Larisa comes from the ancient Greek word "Larissa," which means "stronghold."
breakofday  2/13/2008
Larisa is a Russian name given to me, meaning laughter. The short form I use is Rissa, it means laugh.
Rissarockz222  6/3/2010
Just to clarify, the information given by Rissarockz222 is 100% incorrect.
― Anonymous User  1/27/2013
Possibly originated from Latin larus for gull or in Russian: Чайка.
lyudssen  10/14/2011
Larisa literally means Laughter in the Spanish language, and a seagull in Greek.
It is also the name of a historical city in accent Greece that refers to the word CITADEL (meaning listed below) Later this name was associated with myths and idol worship leaders, then later of a martyr saint.

A CITADEL is the core fortified area of a town or city. It may be a fortress, castle, or fortified center. The term is a diminutive of "city" and thus means "little city", so called because it is a smaller part of the city of which it is the defensive core.
Citadel
/ˈsɪtədəl; -ˌdɛl/
Noun
1.
A stronghold within or close to a city
2.
Any strongly fortified building or place of safety; refuge
3.
A specially strengthened part of the hull of a warship
4.
(often capital) the headquarters of the Salvation Army.
Laryana  10/21/2017

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