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Gender: Female Meaning of Lysistrata: "she who disbands armies" Origin of Lysistrata: Greek

Lysistrata Origin and Meaning

The name Lysistrata is a girl's name meaning "she who disbands armies".

In the Aristophenes comedy, Lysistrata is the Athenian woman who organizes her fellow wives to end war in their country by denying their husbands sex until a peace treaty is signed. Interesting thought, but rather unwieldy as a baby name.

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sablemae98 Says:

2018-05-13T00:19:19

Coolest name meaning... maybe ever?? And an interesting play to go with it, not just made up, about a billion nicknames, and the spelling actually makes sense? Love it.

Floris Says:

2016-02-22T18:07:11

Cheers :) I actually really like some of these nn... But the full name. Well, not something I personally would chose for a 1rst name.

Theodora_Phoenix Says:

2016-02-17T18:51:36

Ooh, but there are lots of nicknames! That's okay. :)

Floris Says:

2016-02-17T09:32:19

Lyssie, Lyss, Sisi (like the empress), Sissie, Sissa, Tattie, Issy, Lyssa... I'm sure there are more. That's just what it made me think of :) I don't think there is one uber propular nn for it, sorry, should have worded that better.

Theodora_Phoenix Says:

2016-02-16T20:37:05

What nickname does it have?

Floris Says:

2016-02-15T09:19:27

I agree, but it wouldn't be too bad as a 2nd name... And the nn is cute imo.

RoddyThlayli Says:

2015-12-26T20:32:38

This is one of those names that works awesome on a character but wouldn't work too well in real life.

Theodora_Phoenix Says:

2015-07-25T22:21:50

It's a bit of a tongue twister. Children might have a hard time saying Lysistrata. Also, I had to keep looking back to see how it was spelled.