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Gender: Female Meaning of Corisande: "chorus-singer" Origin of Corisande: Greek

The name Corisande is a girl's name of Greek origin meaning "chorus-singer". Corisande and is often added to lists like Badass Princess Names and discussed in our forums with posts like "Pick 5 (GIRLS)".

From the experts:

Corisande is a very unusual, haunting choice, with the aura of medieval romance--it is found in early Spanish romantic tales, arriving in the English-speaking world in the nineteenth century.

'La belle Corisande' was the poetic name applied to Diane de Poitiers, the beautiful and powerful mistress of King Henry II—-Henri of Navarre-- of France.

Lady Corisande is the leading character in Benjamin Disraeli's 1870 novel Lothair, and, more recently, was heard in Annabel Davis-Goff's novel This Cold Country.

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Famous People Named Corisande

Corisande Armandine Sophie Léonie Hélène de Gramont, daughter of the 8th Duke of Gramont
Corisande "Corise" de Gramont, daughter of the 11th Duke of Gramont and Marguerite de Rothschild
(Antoinette Corisande) Elisabeth de Gramont, French writer and life partner of Natalie Clifford Barney; half-sister of Corise de Gramont
Corisande Olivia Bennet, daughter of Charles Bennet, 6th Earl of Tankerville
La Belle Corisande, nickname of Diane d'Andouins, Countess of Guiche; mistress of King Henri III of Navarre
Corisande Albert, daughter of documentary filmmaker Revel Guest

Pop Culture References for the name Corisande

Corisande, lover of Florestan in Lully's 1684 opera 'Amadis'
Lady Corisande in Disraeli's novel 'Lothair' (1870)
English: "CORE-ih-zand"

Corrisande, Corissanda, Corissande


lesliemarion Says:


I adore this name beyond measure. My mother's name is Sandra and if I had a baby, I would name her a version of this, Corisandra, nn Sande or Coral. :)

ClimenceAliceMarie Says:


It does not mean chorus girl and the name is Latin in origin. I suggest you research the name and read the in-depth etymology post on British baby names by Eleanor Nickerson.

RoddyThlayli Says:


I like this name pronounced Cor-ih-SAHNDE or Cor-ih-SAHN-dee

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Hydra Says:


It's Greek, so therefore the 'e' is pronounced, like Zoe. So it's probably CORE-ih-SAND-ee.

pam Says:


There are two pronunciations here, one by a French speaker and one by an American:

Myosotis Says:


I thought you pronounced the e. So Co (as in 'cop')- ri (as in 'in')- sand- ee. But I'm not entirely sure.

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AprilRobin Says:


How do you pronounce this name?