Other Origin(s):German, Scottish
Meaning:Son of the servant of Christ; Beloved victory; Noble, exalted
Leese is most typically given to girls, its vibrant “e” chime and mono-syllabic rhythm lending a sweetly concise name for your little one. Flaunting three origins, Leese is considered a form of the French and German Alice, inheriting the meanings “noble” and “exalted.” Leese’s English roots point to the Anglo-Saxon given name Leofsi, carrying the championing definition of “beloved victory.” Leese is also a Scottish surname, derived from the Gaelic Mac Giolla Iosa, with the pious meaning of “son of the servant of Christ.” Fueled with nobility, victory, and unwavering faith, Leese invites baby to be the best they can be in every way.

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