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Gender: Female Meaning of Liesel: "pledged to God", "pledged to God" Origin of Liesel: English variation of Liza, diminutive of Elizabeth, French variation of Elizabeth, German, diminutive of Elizabeth

Liesel Origin and Meaning

German variation of Lisa.

Variation of Elise

Variation of Liesl

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sueyann Says:

2019-05-11T19:56:05

Good thing I'm not German. It's a perfectly good name in the US.

indiefendi2 Says:

2017-05-31T20:18:07

I think the names that Europeans detest are the ones that Americans like. In France an Adrienne is probably 80 years old, in America it's a common name.

Eliane Says:

2017-05-31T19:22:28

Horrible name! Here in Germany and Switzerland a girl named Liesel would get bullied because it's THE BIGGEST German grandma name you could choose!

lizway Says:

2016-07-26T20:49:30

What a pretty name, and what a nice spelling (IMO)

Yessica Says:

2016-06-12T21:16:10

Thank you.

r13martin Says:

2016-06-05T20:23:02

I have heard it as lee-sull.

Yessica Says:

2016-03-03T04:58:53

Is it like Li Sell or Lie Sell

germanstar Says:

2015-09-09T10:32:00

I love it too. It sounds vintage but not old-fashioned. I can imagine every person named Elisabeth using Liesel as a nickname, it sounds equally romantic and tomboyish, it just suits everyone. Also, I can see this name both on a grown woman and on a little girl. The only downside is that in my country, it rhymes with diesel and I immediately think of that when I hear this name, which I like but would never use.

opdeebee Says:

2015-06-17T17:52:22

I love this name so much. My grandmother used it as a nickname for Elisabeth.