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

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

Antoinette Corisande Elisabeth de Gramont, 1875-1954, French writer and life partner of Natalie Clifford Barney (also half-sister to Corisande "Corise" de Gramont and descendant of Diane d'Andoins, "La Belle Corisande")
Corisande Albert, daughter of documentary filmmaker Revel">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"

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