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Gender: F Meaning of Alisa: "great happiness" Origin of Alisa: Hebrew Alisa's Popularity in 2014: #936

Alisa is less popular than more complicated forms of Alice like Alyssa or Alicia, perhaps because of its association with the once-overused Lisa.

Famous People Named Alisa

Alisa Agafonova, Ukranian ice dancer who competes for Turkey
Alisa Arnah, British actress
Alisa Burras, retired women's basketball player
Alisa Camplin, Australian aerial skater; won gold at 2002 Olympics
Alisa Childers, American singer-songwriter
Alisa Czisny, American figure skater
Alisa Drei, Finnish figure skater
Alisa Yuriko Durbrow, Japanese model, actress & singer
Alisa Freindlich, Soviet & Russian actress
Alisa Galliamova, Russian chess player
Alisa Ganieva, Russian author
Alisa Kajornchaiyakul, Thailand's representative at Miss World 1982
Alisa Kleybanova, Russian tennis player
Alisa Kwitney, American author
Alisa Kireeva, Ukrainian figure skater
Alisa Koonen, Russian & Soviet actress; wife of Alexander Tairov
Alisa Maric, Serbian chess player
Alisa Mizuki, Japanese actress, singer & model
Alisa Palmer, Canadian director & playwright
Alisa Reyes, original cast member on Nickelodeon's All That
Alisa Valdes-Rodriguez, novelist & journalist
Alisa Weilerstein, American cellist
Alisa Walton, Canadian actress & photographer

Pop Culture References for the name Alisa

Alisa, former Serbian band (1984-'91 then 2001-'02)
Alisa Selezneva, main character of Russian series "Alisa's Adventures"
Alisa Bosconovitch, video game character from "Tekken" series
Alisa u Zemlji Cuda (Alisa in a strange world), song by Marina Viskovic

Allisa, Allysah, Allysa, Allissa, Allisah, Aliza, Alyssah, Alyssa, Alitza, Allissah, Alisah, Alissa, Alissah, Alitzah