Elisa

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Gender: F Origin of Elisa: Spanish and Italian, diminutive of Elizabeth Elisa's Popularity in 2015: #486

Elisa may be one of the most appealing of this contingent of names, but the Elizabeth variations that start with A are heading up, the E versions down. Eliza is much more stylish these days than Elisa.

Famous People Named Elisa

Elisa Bonaparte (Maria Anna Elisa Bonaparte Baciocchi Levoy,) Grand Duchess of Tuscany, sister of Napoleon I of France
Lisa Adaline "Elisa" Donovan, American actress
Elisa Sednaoui, model
Elisa Toffoli, Italian singer
Elisa Cegani, Italian actress
Elisa Friederike Luise Martha Radziwill; cousin and early love interest of Wilhelm I of Germany
Elisa Rebeca Bridges, American model/actress
Elisa Christy (born Elisa Crochet Asperó), Mexican actress
Elisa Di Francisca, Italian Olympic fencer
Elisa Fiorillo, American pop singer
Elisa Jimenez, American fashion designer ("Project Runway")
Elisa Kadigia Bove, Italian actress
Elisa Volpatto, Brazilian actress
Elisa Maria "Elly" van Hulst, Dutch Olympic runner
Elisa Zulueta, Chilean actress
Elisa Longo Borghini, Italian cyclist

Pop Culture References for the name Elisa

Elisa, princess in Hans Christian Anderson's "The Wild Swans."