Comments for the name Lissa


Comments for LISSA:

Lissa Halls Johnson is a Christian author for teenage girls.
-- Anonymous User  8/4/2005
My mother and grandmother think Lissa is pronounced like Lisa (Lee-sah). But if it was, wouldn't Melissa sound like Mel-lee-sah and not Mel-lis-ah?
-- Anonymous User  11/14/2005
"Lissa" is the name of the fox in all Bulgarian folk tales in which a fox takes part. "Lissa" is the most popular animal in the Bulgarian folk tales, "she" is famous for "her" cunning and dodgå, "her" skill to lie "herself" out of a scrape. The name of the fox - "Lissa" - comes from "lisitza", which is the Bulgarian word for "fox". In Bulgaria "Lissa" is not used for a woman's name.
-- iva_toneva  5/9/2006
"Lissa" is also the name a Bulgarian mountain, which is a mountain from the eastern part of "Stara planina" (or (the) "Balkan") - the longest and the largest of the Bulgarian mountains.
-- iva_toneva  5/15/2006
This name, along with common sense, is pronounced like LISSA on the name Melissa.
-- Taydbug112  6/5/2007
Coincidentally, the Greek word for 'queen' is 'vasilisa' (or 'vasilissa' if you transcribe the word letter for letter), so "Lissa" could be taken as a contraction of the word and mean 'queen' also.
-- seraphine_eternal  7/21/2007
It came from the name Alyssa/Alissa before it came from the name Melissa.
-- Anonymous User  9/14/2008
There is a very dear girl to me who's name is Lissa, but her real name is Elisabeth. I think both of these names are immensely beautiful.
-- Anonymous User  11/16/2008
Lissa is a character in "The Old Willis Place", by Mary Downing Hahn.
-- writer371  5/14/2011
I have always loved this name, especially since it's the name of one of my nieces. (My niece Lissa is older than me. All of my nieces are. Yeah, I'm the baby in the family.) Anyway, it's a glorious name, in my opinion.
-- Ruta Graveolens  2/1/2013
Could also be a nickname for Alissa/Elissa.
-- Anonymous User  8/13/2013
Lissa is the name of a character in Fire Emblem: Awakening. She is Chrom's younger sister and Lucina's aunt.
-- Buneary  3/21/2015

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