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Derived from Alicia. An English name that's unique in it own special way.
wescan  2/9/2005
Impression: someone who is sweet, honest and truthful.
wescan  2/9/2005
I've known two Lishas. One was the child of a friend, who liked to make up unusual names for her children. To me, it sounds more like a nickname.
gigibee  7/19/2006
I saw this name recently but I prefer the spelling Leisha.
Jasmine  2/23/2007
Lisha is also an anglicized spelling of Laoise, an Irish name meaning `radiant girl` in Gaelic.
Kezza  4/18/2008
Ghetto minimalism.
slight night shiver  4/27/2008
Unless this is a nickname, I really do not like it - nor am I too keen on the full names for it (Alicia, Felicia, etc.). It is rather infantile and unprofessional. That said, I admit that I wouldn't mind seeing it used on a character in a book... I think Lisha could be interesting in that context, where it wouldn't necessarily have the connotations and associations that it does in real life.
Francesca  10/7/2013
This is my middle name. It's spelled this way, but is pronounced "Lee-shay." I didn't like this name growing up, and I'm not sure how I feel about it now. I hardly ever use it or say it, though.
― Anonymous User  4/7/2014
My mom named me Lisha because she had read a book with a character with the name. She liked the name. I have never been told that the name has any other meaning. I like the name and have never met anyone else with it.
Lishahere  11/21/2017

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