It's definitely pronounced Uh-leese, and to anyone who claims there aren't any nicknames for it my cousin's name is Alyse and we called her Lysie (Lee-see like Lacey but with ee instead of a) or Leesel (we never had to write it but it's like Liesle with more of an s sound than the z type sound Liesle usually has). I love this name I think it's adorable on a little girl without being too cutesie to work for an adult.
― Anonymous User  5/30/2015
My name actually is Alyse, and it is pernounced uh-leese. My mother always told me it was a form of Alice, so this is right when it comes to that. I completely understand what it is like to have people calling you other names like Alys, Alice, Alicia, Allyssa, Elise, Elyse, Allison, pronounce it Ay-Leese. All of that. I personally have always loved my name because I think it is good for everyone to be unique.
alymichelese  10/13/2007
My daughter's name is Haley Alyse. When I was in school I knew a girl with the middle name Alyse and I have always loved it and thought of this name as beautiful, soft and feminine. It is pronounced Uh-Leese. I was surprised to see it attached to Alice because over the past several months I have taken more interest in names and on my name board (full of naming enthusiasts) they always associate it with Elise. Another variation is Elyse. In any event it is a lovely name. Blessings.
hpblum  6/27/2007
This is my name. When I was younger I hated it because there are no nicknames that stick & people were always calling me Alyssa, Alice, Elice. But now I love it, I love how original it is and I get compliments all the time.
alyse88  3/24/2007
I really like this name, I would pronunce it Uh-lees. I think it's better than Alice.
― Anonymous User  3/3/2007
This is my daughter's middle name. It is pronounced uh-leese.
Paiges mommy  5/11/2005
Thank you so much "Paige's mom". I am forever getting called Alice because no one takes the time to pronounce my name!
dragonnety2005  4/4/2006

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