Elyse - Meaning of Elyse

What does Elyse mean?

[ 2 syll. e-ly-se, el-yse ] The baby girl name Elyse is pronounced ey-LIY-Z or iyLIY-Z †. Elyse is of Hebrew and Old Greek origin. It is used mainly in the English and Latin languages. Biblical name: The name was popularized by the fictional hippie mother Elyse Keaton in the US TV sitcom Family Ties (1982-1989).

In addition, Elyse is a diminutive of Elizabeth (English, Greek, and Hebrew) in the English language.

Elyse is also a variant of Elysia (English) in the English and Latin languages.

Variants of Elyse include Ellyse, Elyce, Elys, Elysee, and Elysse.

Variant forms share the origin and meaning of Elyse.

See also the related categories, english, latin, hebrew, greek, mother, and biblical.

Elyse is rather popular as a baby girl name. The name rose in popularity during the 1980s. At the modest peak of its usage in 1987, 0.043% of baby girls were given the name Elyse. It had a ranking of #304 then. The baby name has experienced a decline in popularity since then. In 2018, it ranked at #692 with a usage of 0.023%. Out of the family of girl names directly linked to Elyse, Elizabeth was the most commonly used. It was more commonly used than Elyse by 20 times in 2018.

Baby names that sound like Elyse include Eleigh, Elek, Elese, Elga, Eliese, Eliesse, Elis, Elise, Elix, Eliz, Elize, Elka, Elkee, Elkey, Elki, Elkie, Elky, Ella, Elleigh, and Ellese.

† Pronunciation for Elyse: EY as in "ate (EY.T)" ; L as in "lay (L.EY)" ; IY as in "eat (IY.T)" ; Z as in "zoo (Z.UW)"

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