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Actress Greta Garbo's middle name was Lovisa.
-- Anonymous User  3/3/2005
Lovisa is pronounced as Loo-VEE-sah. [noted -ed]
-- Ylva  10/9/2005
Two Swedish queens have born this name. Queen Lovisa Ulrika, princess of Prussia (1720-1782) and Queen Lovisa, princess of Netherlands (1828-1871). Lovisa is also a town in Finland, named after Queen Lovisa Ulrika (Finland was a part of Sweden at this time).
-- Ylva  2/8/2006
Lovis is another, newer version. It was used by Astrid Lindgren in her book Ronia the Robber's Daughter, and has taken off in popularity. I'm not sure if Lindgren thought of it herself, or had heard it somewhere.
-- Anonymous User  1/15/2007
It's quite an elegant-sounding name, like a great noble lady.
-- Pippin  4/22/2008
Lovisa is also a name used in Denmark.
-- Charlie1977  1/27/2009
The tacky, junk jewellery chain by this name in Australia has cheapened the name for some.
-- vomiting  12/22/2010
Sorry, but this reminds me of Lovaza, the prescription drug used to lower cholesterol.
-- zaki95  10/2/2012
This is actually really cute, although I prefer Louisa.
-- Anonymous User  4/20/2013
Am I the only one who noticed that this name spells "love is a"? It's pretty interesting. I had a character named that in one of my old stories. She was hippy-ish and had magenta hair :D.
-- Skylar_Arianna  5/22/2013
The ending (visa) reminds me of the card. Visa card. Like using credit or debit cards instead of cash

So can't get around that.
-- ThatMazerunnerfan  9/4/2014

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