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This is not common in Sweden, more so in Denmark I think. I think it sounds much nicer for Elisabeth than Lisa. [noted -ed]
-- Anonymous User  1/2/2006
I would assume a Lise was Norwegian or Danish (not English). I've always considered Lise the Norwegian and Danish form of Lisa. [noted -ed]
-- Ylva  3/7/2006
In Scandinavian countries the E would not be mute. It would be pronounced something like "LEE-seh" or "LEE-say".
-- Ylva  3/7/2006
I have co-worker who spells her name Lise, but pronounces it like Lisa.
-- Anonymous User  8/14/2006
This name is popular among French Canadians, particularly in Quebec, but it's pronounced Leeze, not Lisa or Lise. Personally I don't like the name.
-- TiffanyS  10/6/2006
There is this Danish childrens' song "Little Lise, little Lise got a red, red hat." This name reminds me of dolls. In Denmark we say "Doll Lise".
-- elliebeth  1/30/2007
Lise is neat, but the variation Liseia is even better. I've only heard that name one time in my life before. And loved it ever since. Liseia (liss-SAY-yah); beautiful!
-- edenrowe  12/30/2007
In France, this name would be pronounced "Leeze".
-- tiny_clever_outlet  2/5/2009
I've loved this name ever since I heard the French song "Lise" by Emilie Simon. It goes:

Lise prend des airs
Qui d├ęstabilisent
Les valises de Lise
Sont pleines d'air

Lise sounds so sweet and beautiful. Reminds me of Elise, another name I love, but I prefer Lise to Elise. Lise is adorable. :)
-- Anonymous User  7/3/2009
Too boring. Alise is prettier and more elaborated!
-- nicole_10107  1/14/2010
This name is also spelled Lyse in France - e.g. French Canadian BBC journalist Lyse Doucet.
-- Anonymous User  2/4/2011
I like this as an alternative form of Lies.
-- Eileen1209864  6/24/2016

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