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/lə.ˈɹɪs.ə (English), la.ˈʁɪ.sa (German)/

Origin

History: This is a female given name of Greek origin that is common in Eastern European nations of Orthodox church heritage. It is derived either from Larissa, a nymph in Greek mythology who was a daughter of Pelasgus, or from the name of the ancient city of Larissa in Greece. The name was later borne by the Christian martyr of the fourth century Saint Larissa. The name is spelled Λάρισα in modern Greek and Лариса in Cyrillic, and based on either may also be Latinised as Larisa. It is used in Russian, Ukrainian, Romanian and Latvian languages

Usage: English, German, Portuguese (Brazilian), Russian, Ukrainian, Romanian and Latvian


Meaning

Citadel, Cheerful.


Personality Traits

A Polished, Well-Mannered and Inspiring Person. Most times Acts Lily-livered in the face of Challenges. A Naturally Benevolent, Laid-back and Realistic Person. Most times Irascible. A Reasonable, Ebullient, Brilliant Person. Sometimes Awkwardly Careless. An Adaptive Thinker, Unjustifiable Risk Taker, Charismatic and Charming. Most times Fortunate with Riches. Venturesome Ace, Natural Leader, and Self-assured. Sometimes Conceited.


Other Forms: Larisa lara