Other Origin(s):French, Greek, Hebrew
Meaning:Noble; Not madness; Wanderer
Allissa is a versatile choice for parents seeking a feminine name as multi-faceted as baby. Drawing sources from several languages, Allissa is considered a variant of names like Alisa, Alyssa, Alice, and Alicia. Its Greek roots grant Allissa a botanical healing vibe as a derivation of alyssum, a medicinal plant_._ Meaning “not madness,” this pretty flower was used by ancient healers to treat madness in people. As a German and French name, Allissa derives from Alice, Alicia, and Adelais, adopting the short but fancy meaning of “noble.” Unraveling more roots, Allissa is considered a form of Elissa, which stems from the Phoenician Elishat, meaning “wanderer.” A name that offers baby the world, Allissa is an all-rounder for whoever your bundle of potential grows up to be.
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