[ 4 syll. e-ly-sia, el-ys-ia ] The baby girl name Elysia is pronounced as eh-LIHS-iy-aa- or eh-LIHZ-iy-ah †. Elysia has its origins in the Germanic, Hebrew, and Old Greek languages. It is used largely in the English language. From Old Greek roots, its meaning is 'blissful'. In Roman and Greek mythology, the Latin Elysium or Greek Elysion was the final resting place of the souls of the heroic and the virtuous; this was a pagan concept associated with the Christian Heaven. Elysia could be derived as the feminine form of this name. It could also be from Alicia, Elizabeth, or the combination of Elise and Alicia.
Elysia is a derivative (English) of the English, Latinized, Spanish, French, and Scandinavian Alicia.
Elysia is also a derivative (English) of the English, Greek, and Hebrew Elizabeth.
The name Elysia is used to a great extent; it has 28 derivatives that are used in English and foreign languages. Derivatives of the name used in English include Eleasha, Eliese, Elisha, Elishia, Elisia, Elissa, Ellese, Ellicia, Ellysa, Ellyse, Ellyssa, Elyce, Elycia, Elys, Elyse (used in Latin too), Elysea, Elyseah, Elysee, Elysiah, Elysse, Elysya, Ilise, Ilysa, Ilyse, Ilysha, Ilysia, and Leesha. The Latin Elyssa is a derivative of Elysia that is in foreign languages.
Elysia is not frequently used as a baby girl name. It is not ranked within the top 1000. In 2012, among the family of girl names directly linked to Elysia, Elizabeth was the most popular.
Baby names that sound like Elysia include Eleacea, Eleacey, Eleaci, Eleacia, Eleacie, Eleacy, Elegea, Eligia, Elisea, Elishia, Elishua, Elizea, Eloisa, Eloisia, Elouisa, Elysea, Elyseah, Elyshia, Elysiah, and Aleashia.
† Pronunciation for Elysia: EH as in "ebb (EH.B)" ; L as in "lay (L.EY)" ; IH as in "it (IH.T)" ; S as in "see (S.IY)" ; IY as in "eat (IY.T)" ; AA as in "odd (AA.D)" ; Z as in "zoo (Z.UW)" ; AH as in "mud (M.AH.D)"