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Marisa Pavan is an Italian actress (though her name comes from Maria Luisa).
-- alberto  2/21/2005
Marisa Tomei, Marisa Ramirez, Marisa Monte are just a few famous names I have seen and there are many more.
-- Anonymous User  4/29/2005
I love the name Marisa (well, luckily I do, it's my name!). It's unique, but not too unique, and sounds feminine and pretty. I am very proud to have this name.
-- Anonymous User  8/25/2005
Very beautiful name, I heard it was a form of Maris.
-- Anonymous User  8/28/2006
Marisa is a Deal or No Deal model on NBC.
-- Taydbug112  12/15/2006
I like this name pronounced Ma-reesa.
-- Honeyrose  8/20/2007
Can also be an elaboration of Maris.
-- earthnut  9/6/2007
At least in Spain, Marisa is a nickname for Maria Luisa and not a name on its own. [noted -ed]
-- Anonymous User  9/21/2007
The character from His Dark Materials by Phillip Pullman, Mrs Coulter's first name is Marisa. She is Lyra Belacqua's mother. She is an evil woman who was behind the experimental cutting of children and their daemons which are their spirits.
-- Anonymous User  10/1/2007
Marisa (mah-REE-sah) is a contraction of "Maria" and "Teresa" (i.e. girls with the first name "Maria" and middle name "Teresa" were called "Marisa" for short). The name stemmed from this practice (in parts of Spain, at least).
-- Anonymous User  10/15/2007
Marisa is the contraction of or nickname for Maria Isabel. When speaking Spanish, one would say Marisabel, which shortened to Marisa. It was typically a nickname until about 50 years ago when it started to become popular as a given name.
-- imadjdiva  6/19/2008
In Italy Marisa was typical of the 1930s. It was the 3rd most popular name in Rome in 1931 (behind Maria and Annamaria), the 4th in 1936 (behind Annamaria, Maria and Anna). Probably it didn't exist much before, and it has become very old-fashioned today.
-- presentperfect  12/19/2008
The Italian pronunciation (at least, standard pronunciation) is not mah-REE-sah but mah-REE-zah. [noted -ed]
-- presentperfect  12/19/2008
I like this name, and prefer this spelling to others I have seen like Marissa or Marrissa. I have a friend named Marisa, and we sometimes call her "Risa" for short.
-- Anonymous User  7/28/2009
This name is so pretty! Only when pronounced (ma-ree-sa) though. :P
-- nicole_10107  10/18/2009
I love this name because it is mine! I usually pronounce it Ma-RIS-a but sometimes Ma-REE-sa. It is more unique than most names.
-- MarisaJ3287  1/27/2010
For some reason, the name Marisa seems somewhat forced to me. I prefer the plain and simple "Mary".
-- Athena Nike  2/27/2010
In Spain, Marisa is the nickname of women who have the names Maria Isabel. The pronunciation is Marisabel and then shortened to Marisa.
-- imadjdiva  4/29/2010
Marisa Kirisame from the Touhou project has this name.
-- Dianaisme12  8/29/2010
Marisa Paredes is a Spanish actress.
-- Kosta  3/12/2012
Pronounced mu-RISS-uh.
-- Marisa500  3/29/2012
This is my name and I absolutely love it! It is strong, formal and elegant but still has a contemporary fresh vibe about it!
I am proud to have this name (pronounced mu-RISS-uh).
-- Marisa500  3/29/2012
This is my name, but I spell it marissa. I don't know why, but to me Marisa looks more Spanish than Italian, and I think it would be pronounced ma-ree-sa, whereas marissa is pronounced ma-riss-a :)
-- Anonymous User  2/18/2013
I really like this spelling, not Marissa. Marisa (MA-REE-SA) is how I prefer it pronounced. Very pretty name.
-- Bajafresh  2/14/2014
This is my name, and I used to hate it. I always wanted to be named something like Sophia or Hannah but now I really like my name. It really suits me because I'm Italian. A lot of strangers, when they ask what my name is, say that I have a very pretty name.
-- Marisa02  11/9/2014

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