Other Origin(s):French, German
Meaning:Not madness; Noble; Wanderer
A name whose origins range from several languages, Allyssa is a feminine title with effortless grace. This lyrical name’s Greek origins link Allyssa to the medicinal plant alyssum. Meaning “not madness,” this delicate flower was thought to cure madness. Its German and French origins derive from Adelais, lending the admirable endearment of “noble.” Allyssa is also linked to Elissa, from the Phoenician Elishat, carrying the dreamy definition of “wanderer.” With so much beauty and meaning to offer, Allyssa is a universal choice for a baby brimming with unlimited potential.
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