Other Origin(s):Greek, Hebrew
Meaning:God is my oath; Blessed isles
Wherever baby goes becomes paradise, and what better name for your little miracle than Ilysia? This feminine name has two origins but remains interwoven in Latin and Greek. Ilysia’s Hebrew roots link it to Elisabeth, taking on the definition “God is my oath.” Ilysia may also be a form of Elysia, from the Greek and Latin Elysium, meaning “blessed isles.” In Greek mythology, Elysium is a blissful afterlife for those who have died with honor. Sweet and melodic Ilysia will stand to baby as they forge their path and pursue glory.
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