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Love this name so much. Has an association with Ulysses Grant, the president, which in my mind is a good association.
Hekate Rose  7/23/2019
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The only issa names I like are Carissa and Marissa. I don't like Ulyssa.
kayisforkeen  10/18/2018
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In addition, Ulysses is the Roman form of Odysseus, so there is that connection as well. I think it's a very strong and meaningful name.
― Anonymous User  4/22/2017
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It sounds rather tacky and fake, plus the fact that it is derived from Ulysses makes this name pathetic.
bananarama  6/15/2010
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Just out of curiosity, why would you consider it "pathetic" that Ulyssa was derived from Ulysses? I consider Ulysases S. Grant, the most famous Ulysses I know of, to have been a rather admirable man. I don't mind that connection to Ulyssa at all.
erb816  7/10/2010
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For the most part (other than perhaps Elissa), I think that a lot of -yssa and -issa names sound vapid--probably due to how common they are. However, I *really* like Ulyssa. It's different.
erb816  4/30/2009

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