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Liselotte "Lisen" Adbåge, she did the picture in the Swedish magazine "Kamratposten" (means "Friendpost").
-- Anonymous User  4/2/2006
The popular German nickname is Lilo.
-- swisssugar  5/22/2006
Um, I believe a nickname of this is 'Lottie'.
-- Surreal  1/22/2007
The Swedish pronunciation is "LEES-elaut".
-- Tango  2/7/2007
It's my name, and I suggest you don't name your child this if you know what's good for them. I have several nicknames eg. Lise, Liz, Lizzie, Lotta, Lottie, Listi, Leez and Liisi.
-- Cookiefied  3/28/2007
I must say that I never liked this name. I'm not really a fan of name combos in the first place, and this sounds a bit girly and cutesy in a very old-fashioned way. Yet, it's not actually cute at all.
-- slight night shiver  4/27/2008
I normally like any form of Lisa but this one doesn't really flow very well. It isn't an ugly name by any stretch, I just see this as a character name not on a real person. Definitely very unique!
-- _0TophasNails_1  2/2/2014
Famous bearer: Liselotte "Liesl" Vitzliputzli of Robertson Davies's Deptford Trilogy.
-- circelana  9/14/2015
Main character's name in Liselotte & Witch's Forest, a manga series by Natsuki Takaya (mangaka of Fruits Basket).
-- ALOF10  8/9/2016
Sounds like the name of a medieval warrior to me. But it could still be a female warrior...
To be honest it's definitely unique and not bad at all. It could also fit a teenaged, upper-class, elegant girl who can play the piano and table prays every day, and who also is delicate, pure and sweet.
So yeah this strange name makes me think of both a medieval warrior and an upper-class girl.
-- Javiblue96  9/9/2016

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