Other Forms FormsAmfelice, Amfelisia, Amflis, Amflisa, Amflisia, Ampflise, Amphelice, Amphelicia, Amphelisia, Amphélyse, Amphillis, Amyfelyse, Anfelisa, Anfelise, Aunflis, Aunphelice
Meaning unknown. Amphelisia is found as a woman's name from the 12th to the 18th century, but the etymology is unknown. This form was used by Wolfram von Eschenbach for two characters in his Middle High German romance 'Parzival', one of which was the Queen of France during the time of Uther. Amphélise belonged to the mother of Pope Urban V.