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Alisa

Heart
Hebrew
"great happiness"

Alisa Origin and Meaning

The name Alisa is a girl's name of Hebrew, Russian origin meaning "great happiness".
Alisa is less popular than more complicated forms of Alice like Alyssa or Alicia, perhaps because of its association with the once-overused Lisa.
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Alisa Popularity

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20 Names Similar to Alisa

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Lists containing Alisa

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Famous People Named Alisa

  • Alisa Zinov'yevna Rosenbaumbirth name of Ayn Rand, Russian,American novelist
  • Alisa AgafonovaUkrainian ice dancer who competes for Turkey
  • Alisa ArnahBritish actress
  • Alisa Burrasretired women's basketball player
  • Alisa CamplinAustralian aerial skater; won gold at 2002 Olympics
  • Alisa Noelle ChildersAmerican singer,songwriter of group ZoeGirl
  • Alisa CzisnyAmerican figure skater
  • Alisa DreiFinnish figure skater
  • Alisa Yuriko DurbrowJapanese model, actress & singer
  • Alisa FreindlichSoviet & Russian actress
  • Alisa GanievaRussian author
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  • Alisa KajornchaiyakulMiss Thailand World 1982
  • Alisa KleybanovaRussian tennis player
  • Alisa KwitneyAmerican author
  • Alisa KireevaUkrainian figure skater
  • Alisa KoonenRussian & Soviet actress; wife of Alexander Tairov
  • Alisa MizukiJapanese actress, singer & model
  • Alisa PalmerCanadian director & playwright
  • Alisa ReyesAmerican actress/comedienne
  • Alisa ValdesRodriguez, American novelist & journalist
  • Alisa WeilersteinAmerican cellist
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  • Alisa WaltonCanadian actress & photographer
  • Alisa MustafinaZaytseva, daughter of Russian gymnast Aliya Mustafina
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Alisa in Pop Culture

  • Alisaformer Serbian band (1984,'91 then 2001,'02)
  • Alisa Seleznevamain character of Russian series "Alisa's Adventures"
  • Alisa Bosconovitchvideo game character from "Tekken" series
  • Alisa u Zemlji Cuda (Alisa in a strange world)song by Marina Viskovic
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