Lisa’s an amazing name! Full of nicknames you can put into. I agree with some people it might be boring but it gives a touch like Lisa sounds like it’s shining and the name sounds like a person that smiles all the time and every room they walking into a smile is put onto everyone! I’m kinda biased because it’s my mom name but even without that it’s an amazing name.
Anders Breivík had a half sister that was 6 years older than him named Lisa. (From his mom’s side).
My mother named me Lisa and I despise it. The name is boring (although better than my middle name). My mother was very traditional. The name Lisa does not fit with my quirky personality. I have thought of changing it to an original and unique name but the process is a hassle.
Even though Lucy is one of my favorite names, Lisa gives me the impression of being incomplete. I believe it's always better to name girls Elizabeth, and then choose one of the many nicknames.
My name is Lisa. I was born in the mid 80s. I was the last few to be named "Lisa" before the trend finally stopped. I love the name. It is simply pretty and fun. I can see why it was so popular in the 60s, 70s and 80s. But, I think it is very boring bc of how popular it is. I am always 1 of at least 2 people in the room with my name. I hate that. I turn my head and they are talking to the other Lisa. Lisa was a super trendy name for a few decades and I am sure it will come back one day. Probably my grandchildren's generation. And that will be fun to see. It won't be boring for that generation!
Sorry. It's the same for Michelle. It's unattractive to me :(
I changed my mind. It's really not bad. Lisa is a good name. It's so nice, simple and elegant. ❤.
Lisa is the first name to ever beat Mary in popularity.
I love it! It can be a nickname for Elisabeth!
A big favourite of mine. It is classic and also not used very often anymore which makes it oddly unique. It sounds pretty and solid and could suit anyone.
"You are tearing me apart, Lisa!" - Tommy Wiseau (The Room, 2003)
Lisa Murkowski and the character from Simpsons.
Lisa from Genshin Impact, she’s hot AF.
Reminds me of candy.
I noticed that Lisa peaks around 1968-70 for many of the countries including the US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. Possibly because Elvis named his daughter Lisa Marie that year?
I prefer Liza but this is just as beautiful!
Lisa Turtle from Saved by the Bell. A show from 1989 - 1993.
Lisa Gerstein is an actress, known for Boiler Room (2000), Mary Jane's Not a Virgin Anymore (1996), and Bad Boy (2002).
Also Gascon and Provençal: --- Source: Institut d'Estudis Occitans
A little dated.
Simple, classic, just elegant name. Fits for different aged women. Has a lot history also. A lot better than many popular names these days. Lisa has class. Good name!
It's elegant.
Pretty name!
So chic and fashionable!
Very dated and so 45-55 years ago!
One of the most pretty names for a girl there is.
I think the name "Lisa" is a terrific name.
I love my name! I spell it Leesa though as I felt Lisa was too boring for me. I was born in 1970.
This is one of my favorite names.
Well, I am Lisa and it’s really nice to hear good feelings about the name from many of the commenters. Oh, how I wish my mom had just splurged and gone with Elizabeth. As a gal born in the seventies, I’m not the only Lisa in my age group, and while this name is the only one I can imagine having, I don’t love it. Mom said she felt it “was just a fun name to say... LISA! See?” I named my children fluffier names because I felt mine was just so plain. It is kind of cute when a friend calls me “LeeLee” or “Lisa Lisa,” but other than that it’s not too fun for me.
It's a sweet, simple name, and it's not too common. I know a Lisa and she's super nice.
Lisa is a very pretty name. It's a bit boring though.
Also Sicilian:
Sweet, uncommon and rolls off the tongue very pleasantly.
Lisa Simpson!
Very cute and it isn’t too common!
Lisa Smart aka Golden Glider is a character from DC's flash comics.
Pretty name.
Doesn't seem exceedingly common, I don't know many people with this name. I think it's pretty.
I'm not too fond over the name's meaning "god is an oath", since I'm not religious. However, I really like the association to the French word for lily, "lis".
My name is Lisa and I'm 18. I sometimes wish I had a more uncommon name, but I don't mind that much. Some people in the comments call it boring but I'd just say it's nice and simple. It works internationally and it's not going to seem childish in a couple of years. I also find that guys tend to like my name. I've many times been told by guys that I have a pretty or cute name. It's short, soft and feminine. Not the best name in the world, but it does the job :)
Works with all ages. A classic.
We named our daughter Lisa in 2019. It's not popular which makes it special and has a spiritual meaning which was important to us. It’s so easy for our 3 year old to say. I don’t understand how people say it’s dated when names like “Alice” “Lucy” “Eloise” are popular right now. It sounds pretty and is cute on our little girl. It will make a comeback.
Add Usage: Finnish, Popular CulturePronounced: LEE-sa (Dutch, Swedish), LEE-sah (Finnish)In Popular Culture, this is the name of one of the main characters from the animated sitcom 'The Simpsons'.
Nice name, I have an auntie Lisa. She is a great person. I wouldn’t give this name to a newborn as it’s now a bit more adult-ish and mature.
Wonderful name. Best middle name for this name is Ann or Marie.
Lisa (b. 1995) is a Thai rapper who is a member of Korean pop girl band Blackpink.
I feel like Lisa sounds more mature than Elizabeth. Like your 40 year old Aunt Lisa, but your 22 year old cousin Elizabeth.
Lisa Guerrero is a investigative journalist for Inside Edition.
I once worked with a woman named Lisa. She was trained as a car mechanic by her dad. She was very pretty and feminine, with a good sense of humor. She liked to party and had a string of boyfriends. I remember her for being easygoing and fun to work with.
My name is Lisa, I have always liked it. No one from where I live has it so it is unique and I didn't get confused with others in my school. Simple and easy to spell and say.
Lisa Basil, a character in Ace Attorney.
There have been two singers with the name Lisa. Lisa Andreas (real name Lisa Large) is an English-Cypriot singer who represented Cyprus in 2004 Eurovision with "Stronger Every Minute". She automatically qualified due to Stelios Konstantinos' Top 10 placing last year and she did the same thing, cracking the Top 10. Lisa Angell (real name Virginie Petrano) is a French-Italian singer who represented France in 2015 Eurovision with the song "N'oubliez Pas". Being a member of the Big 5 (France, Italy, United Kingdom, Spain, and Germany) she automatically qualified yet did not crack the Top 10.
Lisa is a beautiful name. There is something warm, secure, mysterious, seductive, passionate and lovely about the name and the women named Lisa. Although this name was popular in 1969 (one of the top 3 names given to girls that year), I have always (outside of two occasions) been the only Lisa in a room. I am rarely around other Lisa's and when I find someone named Lisa I get excited.All Lisas are beautiful.
Lisa Loud is the name of a character on the Nickelodeon show “The Loud House” she is four years old and extremely smart.
Lisa can be the English transcript for the Russian word for "Fox." (Лиса)
My name is Lisa. I was born in the 1980s. When I was younger I thought it was kind of boring because there aren’t really any nickname options other than Lee, which I didn’t really like. I was so bored with it at one point I went through a phase spelling it like “Leesuh” in an attempt to be unique. Now as an adult I appreciate it because I travel a lot and it can be easily pronounced and spelled in almost any language. I find it simple but pretty.
This is soooo overused I can't even tell whether I like the name or not. Please skip this name. If you like it, go with Elisabetta or something with "Lisa" in it.
In 2018, 45 is the most common age for an American (U.S.) Lisa who is registered female with the Social Security Administration. It is the 34th most common female first name for living U.S. citizens.
Boring, skip it please.
This has to be one of the dullest names I've ever heard. Really boring and plain. I find absolutely nothing interesting about this name. It sounds very immature and informal, but, at the same time, I can't imagine it on a young girl.
However, there are worse names in the world.
Pretty name. It doesn't have a rich and cultural history to it, but is still very classic.
I’ve always adored this name.
Casual, yet secure and businesslike. Great name.
I like this name more now than growing up in the 1970's when it was much more common. I think it is a pretty first or middle name. I think Alisa is pretty too. I like the way it is written, short and sweet. I don't care for the Leeza pronunciation of this name.
Also Russian meaning fox.
Lisa Loud from The Loud House.
Lisa is one of those names that I really like, but more because of associations than because of its own charm. It's really popular. I associate it with my friend Lisa from Germany, Lip Jen Brown from the band 9B138, Lisa Gwilym - presenter of BBC Cymru and Wales, Welsh traditional song Lisa Lân and also a Welsh song by Radio Luxembourgh Lisa Magica Porfa, Lisa from the book by Astrid Lindgren about the children from Bullerbyn, Swedish singer Lisa Nilsson, Cajsa Lisa from Carl Michael Bellman's poetry, Lisa Kelly and Lambe from Celtic Woman, harpist Lisa Lynne, Amy Diamond's sister Lisa, Lisa Ekdahl - Swedish singer... just many positive associations. This name has also a very nice sound to it, but it's a pity, that it was and still is in some areas so awfully overused. I could name my potential daughter Elisabeth though and call her Lisa.
Lisa is an Australian speech synthesiser produced by Acapela Group. Other Australian voices produced by them are Tyler (male) and Olivia and Liam (children voices).
Lisa Jen Brown is a member and co-founder of the Welsh band 9B138. She is the daughter of actress Linda Brown and comes from Bethesda in Gwynedd (North Wales). Her husband is Martin Hoyland who is also a member of 9B138.
Thai singer and rapper born Pranpriya Manoban changed her name to Lalisa Manoban but later shortened it to her stage name Lisa when she debuted in South Korean girl group BLACKPINK.
I’ve loved this name since I heard it and it’s connection to the Da Vinci piece is even better. I want to change my name (currently Chelsea) to Victoria-Lisa.
A lot of people have been bashing the name Lisa for people that were born after 1979! Here's the problem with that theory: I did my homework & the popular nicknames for Elizabeth have ALWAYS included Lisa & besides, I have a personal friend of mine who's named Lisa & she's my age!
Lisa Deshaun Leslie is a former American professional basketball player who played in the Women's National Basketball Association. She is a three-time WNBA MVP and a four-time Olympic gold medal winner. The number-seven pick in the 1997 inaugural WNBA draft, she followed her career at the University of Southern California with eight WNBA All-Star selections and two WNBA championships over the course of eleven seasons with the Los Angeles Sparks, before retiring in 2009. Leslie was the first player to dunk in a WNBA game. In 2011, she was voted in by fans as one of the Top 15 players in WNBA history. In 2015, she was elected to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.
Lisa Loring is an American actress. She is best known for having played Wednesday Addams on the 1964-66 sitcom The Addams Family. Her parents both served in the United States Navy, but divorced shortly after her birth. She grew up in Hawaii and later moved to Los Angeles with her mother. She began modeling at age three and appeared in an episode of Dr. Kildare which aired in 1964. Her mother died of alcoholism in 1974 at age 34.
Lisa J. Ling is an American journalist, television presenter, and author. She is currently the host of This Is Life with Lisa Ling on CNN. She is the former host of Our America with Lisa Ling on OWN: The Oprah Winfrey Network, former co-host of ABC's The View, host of National Geographic Explorer, reporter on Channel One News, and special correspondent for The Oprah Winfrey Show and CNN. She was the host of reality television show The Job. Ling is the older sister of journalist Laura Ling.
The name Lisa was given to 342 girls born in the US in 2016.
Lisa Biagiotti is a filmmaker and journalist based in Los Angeles. She is the director and on-camera correspondent of On the Streets, a Los Angeles Times 12-part series and 72-minute feature documentary on homelessness in Southern California. She directed and produced deepsouth, an independent documentary about poverty, HIV/AIDS and LGBT issues in the rural American South. Biagiotti is a Fulbright Scholar and a graduate of the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. She is of Hakka Chinese Jamaican descent.
Lisa Olivia Munn is an American actress and model. She was credited as Lisa Munn in her early career, but since 2006, she has used the name Olivia Munn. Munn began her professional career in television journalism before becoming an actress. In 2006, Munn starred as Mily Acuna on the series Beyond the Break. She co-hosted Attack of the Show! From 2006 to 2010 and was a correspondent on The Daily Show from 2010 to 2011. Munn has also had supporting roles in various films and television series since 2004. She played the character Sloan Sabbith on the television series The Newsroom from 2012 to 2014 and appeared in the film X-Men: Apocalypse as Psylocke.
Lisa Michelle Bonet is an American actress. She is best known for her role as Denise Huxtable–Kendall on the NBC sitcom, The Cosby Show and originally starring in its spinoff comedy, A Different World for its first season.
Lisa Gleave is an Australian-American glamour model and TV personality, known for her work as a Barker's Beauty on The Price Is Right and her appearances as the show Deal or No Deal.
Lisa J. Ling is an American journalist, television presenter, and author. She is currently the host of This Is Life with Lisa Ling on CNN. She is the former host of Our America with Lisa Ling on OWN: The Oprah Winfrey Network, former co-host of ABC's The View, host of National Geographic Explorer, reporter on Channel One News, and special correspondent for The Oprah Winfrey Show and CNN. She was the host of reality television show The Job. Ling is the older sister of journalist Laura Ling.
Lisa Nicole Lopes, better known by her stage name Left Eye, was an American hip hop singer, rapper, songwriter and producer. She rose to fame in the early 1990s as one-third of the girl group TLC, alongside Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins and Rozonda "Chilli" Thomas. Besides rapping and singing background vocals on TLC recordings, Lopes was one of the creative forces behind the group. She received more co-writing credits than the other members. She also designed the outfits and stage for the group and brought concepts to the group image, album titles, artworks and music videos. Through her work with TLC, Lopes won four Grammy Awards.
Lisa Valerie Kudrow is an American actress, comedian, writer and producer. She gained worldwide recognition for her ten-season run as Phoebe Buffay on the television sitcom Friends, for which she received many accolades, including six Emmy Award nominations, winning once in 1998, and twelve Screen Actors Guild Award nominations, winning twice in 1996 and 2000.
Lisa Ono is a popular Japanese-Brazilian bossa nova singer. Lisa Ono was born in São Paulo, Brazil, in 1962 but moved with her family to Tokyo at the age of 10. From that time on she spent half of every year in Japan, and half in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
I know Lisa as a name was pervasive for Gen X-ers (#1 baby girl name for most of the 60s, usurped by Jennifer), but I was born in '91 and I only knew one other young Lisa my entire life - she was a friend's younger sister, born when the name's popularity had slid significantly. Maybe knowing (only) one young Lisa helped the name not become so dated or played out (like Jennifer) in my eyes, because I find Lisa to be quite pretty, to both look at and say.Others have brought up names like Elisa / Elise as alternatives, and I think those names are catching on with the new generation. (I love Elise as a middle name.) But there's something appealing, for me, about the capital L in Lisa. I like names that start with L. I think the association with Lisa Frank artwork also helps this name stay lively and colorful (despite the fact that working for Lisa Frank was torture, according to former employees - they nicknamed it the "Rainbow Gulag").
I like it. Short, simple, and will age perfectly. Most likely will be my daughter's middle name.
How about combinations (Lisa is short)
Short names are boring, but compound names are very pretty and interesting, especially for girls.
My name is Lisa - nothing more, nothing less. I have never wanted to lengthen it or shorten it. I am grateful that my parents did not select a name from their family trees or I would have been named Bertha or Broonhilde. My name is easy to say, easy to spell and easy to write. Also, I don't get much "how do you spell that" when I tell someone my name. I am grateful that there aren't a large collection of other "Lisa's" in close proximity because I like being different. I am surrounded by Heather's, Brittany's, Tabitha's and Courtney's. To me, those names have come and gone. Those name are considered "long"... try to shorten them - Heth? Brit? Tab? Court? Pretty, right?
Lisa Ortiz (born December 11, 1974) is an American theatre and voice actress, as well as voice director, best known for her roles in English versions of anime series. Her most notable roles are Amy Rose in 'Sonic the Hedgehog' and Lina Inverse in 'Slayers'.
Seems to me that the only thing people are doing here is B******G about the name Lisa... Seriously, you all act like we are the ones that have a say in what our parents choose for us. Stop yelling at the fact that we are named Lisa. Stop acting like we're the ones that could have changed this before or at birth up until the time we were of legal age to change it. You constantly act like we're the only reason to blame and you act like we have no right to the name our parents gave us... It's lust like every other name out there. We didn't choose it, some of us changed it, others of us are so sick and tired of you trying to change what cannot be changed or undone. Stop complaining and telling us we can't have the name we are used to. So it's been used a lot! SO WHAT! Hundreds of thousands of other names have had the same things used and abused to them... Leave off!
Pretty name that works well on anyone. I've yet to meet a little girl with this name.
Lisa is my middle name, and I'm happy to have it. I got it from my grandmother, who got it from her mother, and if I have a daughter I might give her this for a middle name. In about second grade, I went by Lisa instead of my first name, (I think it was because I wanted a nickname and my name doesn't give itself to nicknames) and I only stopped because I went to summer camp and my mom wrote my first name on all my stuff. Looking back on the time I went by it, I kind of regret it. Lisa doesn't fit me at all, and one of my teachers always pronounced it weirdly so it sounded like he was making fun of me.A good middle name, not the best first name.
Lisa is a character who appeared in Pokémon 3: The Movie. She has an Aipom.
Lisa Schwartz (also known as Lisbug), (Born in Tarzana, Los Angeles, California, US) is an American Youtuber.
My sister's name is Lisa and she doesn't like it and at one point in her life she changed it to Lesa. But now it is Lisa again.
My mom wanted to name her Elizabeth, but hated the nicknames Betty and Liz, so Lisa it was. Short and pretty- my name is Lori - same short, easy to spell, old fashioned but enduring.
Lisa McMann is a YA author of the Wake series and the Unwanted series.My name is a also Lisa. It was still fairly popular when I was born in the late 70's. I usually had at least one of other Lisa in my group of friends.
A bit dull, but a bit classy too.
Lisa Fonssagrives, (Born: May 17, 1911, Died: February 4, 1992) born Lisa Birgitta Bernstone was a Swedish fashion model.
My name is Lisa and I love it. Wasn't always that way growing up in the 60's since I had anywhere from 2-4 other Lisa's in my classes. It was very popular then. Mostly Lisa Marie's or Lisa Ann's. I am Lisa Beth (not Elizabeth). I rarely use my middle name and just go by Lisa. Short and sweet and very feminine. Not old or stuffy. The name is making a resurgence. Don't know as many as I did growing up. There were also a ton of Susans and Debbies in my age group too. I'll stick with Lisa.
Lisa simpson comes to mindLisa is an ok name.
This name is certainly not 'chavvy' or 'boring' in my opinion. Lisa sounds cute and pretty. I think it's awesomely amazing how there is the famous painting "Mona Lisa" with the name Lisa in it. :)
So trendy in the Sixties. It's really boring.
I always liked this name because it's easy to say and spell. Also, it reminds me of Lisa Simpson (who creator Matt Groening named after his own sister).
It sounds like the sort of name you'd give your child at the last minute, as if there's no time to really think what to call her. Still pretty and everything, just something worth considering.
This is my name. I think it's boring as heck. Like a previous poster, I would have preferred Elizabeth so at least I would have had options. I had two close friends throughout school named Lisa (we called each other Big Lisa, Little Lisa, and Skinny Lisa!), and I have two aunts named Lisa. I am a Gen Xer and it seems wherever I go there is another Lisa! Too many Lisas! On the plus side, it seems to have drastically lost its popularity in the U.S., so you'd be pretty safe using the name for a baby these days.
Lisa is my half sister's name, so it has some positive connotation, but I still find it pretty boring.
Lisa means smooth in Spanish.
Famous bearer is author Lisa Klein, who wrote “Ophelia”, “Macbeth’s Daughter” and “Two Girls of Gettysburg”.
All the Lisa's I've met were strange (apart from just one) but it is a fairly nice name. However I'm put off by Lisa Marie Presley, unfortunately I don't like her style of character.
My name is Lisa and I've only met one woman with this name. Personally, I think it's strong (for a feminine name) and very classically beautiful, which are two qualities I like in girl's names. It is uncommon for a girl my age (At the moment, I am 12, almost 13) which I like. In my opinion, it doesn't portray any bad thoughts, but I wouldn't think to name a child this (even if it weren't my own name) because it isn't as unique as I'd like it to be. My aunt gave me the nickname "Leesie" and she is the only person I will allow to call me this. I don't like it when people say the name is too dated, just because it is older and isn't used very commonly anymore, but we'll see who's laughing when I'm 50 and my name still fits my age while I'm surrounded by 40 year old Dakotas and Briannas.
I love this name! I think it's classy and beautiful, and can fit many personalities.
A famous bearer is American actress Lisa Nicole Carson (born July 12, 1969). She's well-known for her supporting roles on "ER" as Carla Reece and as Renee Raddick on "Ally McBeal". She was controversially fired from both shows, due to erratic behavior attributed to schizophrenia.
I'm not from Sweden, but...I've only met one other Lisa in my entire life, so it's not that common in places I've stayed (London, Paris, Ottawa, and Montreal). I adore my name! Well, my full name is Elizabeth, but a long time ago someone called me Lisa and it stuck.
A bit chavvy sounding, but there are worse names.
My name's Lisa, when I was younger I hated it because it was so plain, but now I like it. It's not very common, I know of hardly any other Lisas, and I love the meaning behind it, as well as the impression it gives. It may not be fancy and versatile but I'm happy with it.
My mom's name is Lisa, I've always loved it and thought it was really pretty. If you are considering naming your daughter this DO IT! It's so pretty. Whoever said it was 80's is wrong. That's TIFFANY! I know a few people named Lisa who are teenagers. I love it.
Means smooth in Spanish.
It's rather dated and played-out. I have two aunts with this name, both born when this name was at its peak. And the combination Lisa Marie is boring, and who doesn't think of Lisa Marie Presley (not that there's anything wrong with her)?
A famous bearer of this name is actress Lisa Edelstein who plays Dr. Lisa Cuddy on the fox T.V. series House, M.D.
Lisa Middelhauve is the former lead singer of the Gothic Metal band Xandria, one of my favorite bands. "Lisa" is short for "Elisabeth", and is pronounced "Lee-zuh", as she is German.
My name is also Lisa & I have to say I've only met 4 people with this name, so I haven't found it soooo very common. I like it because it's feminine and not long or complicated. It also remains relatively un-mangled and pronouncable by non-English speaking people, which in today's global village is a plus. My family & very close friends shorten my name, sounds like "lease" - not that I think it's necessary for a name to have nick-name options for it to be used. Another bonus - it's easy to spell, great when you're little & learning to write/spell & not much confusion in adulthood, especially if you've got a long &/or unsual last name.
My name is Lisa. I love it. I hate people who demean it by being hateful Lisas. Yes it is common, but that doesn't make it bad. If you want to change your name from Lisa, please do it because you obviously are not Lisa enough to live up to the name. Lisa Rocks!
There is a Welsh song titled "Lisa Lan" or "Fair Lisa."
Lisa was an omnipresent name for girls in my generation (Gen X); two of the members of my four-girl clique in high school were named Lisa, which meant that the other member and I had a lot of conversations including the phrase, "... no, not that Lisa, the other Lisa". However, its popularity died down in the 80's, so it wouldn't be an overused choice for a baby girl today.
Though this is my mom's name, I have never liked this name very much because it is way too common.
Although common, I think it's a really pretty sounding name. It's very nice and it suits a young girl and an older lady. Very pretty.
This is my name, and I strongly dislike it. I know that it's not always good to have the most common name, but there have only been 3 girls my age that I have ever met with the same name as me. Actually, one of those girls was a year older than me.
Anyways. I'd rather have just been named Elisabeth or another L name because I was named after my grandma. I wouldn't change my name though. It was one of the first gifts my parents gave to me.
Lisa is my name, and I like it. Sometimes I wish the name weren't so common, but part of me also thinks that one of the reasons it's popular is that it has a very lyrical sound to it.
My name is Lisa and I hate it. Not just because it's a boring name but also because you can't shorten it or change it. It wouldn't be so bad if I could change it slightly. I would have preferred to be called Elizabeth so I could choose my preferred shortened version.
Lisa (liso) is also a Spanish word for "sleek" or "smooth".
Lisa is a good name to use in combination, like Lisa-Rose or Lisa-Violet.
Lisa Kelly, part of the group Celtic Woman, bears this name.
My real name, I despise it. Can't wait to change it.
Seriously, just use Elizabeth or the other spellings of it. This is a horrid name to replace such a classic name.
It is much too common.
Lisa is a very, very common name here in Sweden, which is why I dislike it. My name is Lise-Marie, though everyone has always called me Lisa. But now I've started to introduce myself as Lise-Marie because Lisa is so very boring.
This name is a little overused, but it's still pretty. These are all the people I know with this name.Lisa C.
Lisa F.
Lisa L.
Lisa S.
Lisa A.
Lisa Maria B.
Lisa O.
Lisa D.***That's a whole lot!***
There are authors named Lisa Gardner aka Alicia Scott, Lisa Jackson aka Susan Lynn Crose, Lisa Miscione, Lisa Scottoline and Lisa Unger.
Listen to the German pronunciation of Lisa here:
Lisa is a very pretty name. It is a name that can be worn by young or old.
The actress Lisa Ann Walter. Her most popular roles are in the films "The Parent Trap" (1998) and "Shall We Dance?" (2004).
Lisa is ok. I would personally just name my kid Elizabeth/Elisabeth and call her Lisa. I like longer names though.
Lisa has a meaning of its own: A honeybee.
I dislike this name. It is dated and boring, in my opinion. 'Elizabeth', 'Elisa' and 'Elise' are good alternatives.
When I hear or think of the name Lisa my first reaction is "yuck". I've never liked this name and those I know who bear the name are a few of those I do not like very much.
How can it bring yuck in your mind? :{ I love this name, it is my cousin's name an it is borne by Lisa Tucker (American Idol).
It's so boring.
On Cat Stevens' Tea for the Tillerman album, there is a song called "Sad Lisa." He pronounces the name as LEE-zuh in the song.
Someone born in the late 60's, because their mom loved Elvis. Makes me think of a someone middle-aged.
LEFT EYE's real name was LISA, 1971-2002 RIP: LISA NICOLE LOPES.
Lisa was the name of the first personal computer by Apple, also the name of Steve Jobs' daughter.
Lisa Kudrow is a famous actress, known from the sitcom Friends (where she plays Phoebe).
Lisa is common in Sweden both on its own and as pet name for Elisabeth. I also know a Louisa who goes by Lisa. [noted -ed]
A famous bearer is actress Lisa Bonet who played Denice on the Cosby Show.
Lisa is also a very popular name in Germany. [noted -ed]
A famous bearer of the name is Lisa Simpson, of the Simpsons.
Lisa is the name of Elvis Presley's daughter, born Lisa Marie Presley.
Popular name in Germany, pronounced Lee-zah.

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