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Correct spelling: Louise

Common misspellings for Louise:

louisie.

Louise \lo(ui)-se\

Meaning:
famous warrior
Origin:
German
Details:
Louise as a girl's name is pronounced loo-EEZ. It is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Louise is "famous warrior". Feminine form of Louis; French version of Ludwig. Louisa was more common in the 18th and 19th centuries. Saint Louise (16th century) was co-founder with Saint Vincent de Paul of the nursing order Daughters of Charity. Author Louisa May Alcott; actresses Louise Brooks, Louise Lasser.
Related names:
cerise, Luana, Ouida.
Meaning:
luce, cerise, Lisa, Luana, Ouida, Lacie, Leese, Loyce, Liese, Lise, Lize, Leisa, Lusa, Lyse, Laisey, Luiza, Lucie.
Variants:
Eloise, heloise, Lois, Lola, Lou, Luella, Luisa, lulu, Aloisa, Aloise, Aloysia, Eloisa, Heloisa, lu, Lula, Lulita, Louella, Loise, Luise, Loyise, Lowise, Louisa, Lluisa, Louisetta, Louisette, Louisina, louisiana, Louisiane, Louisine, Louiza, Lovisa, Ludovica, Ludovika, Ludwiga, Lujza, Lujzika.
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This graph shows how "Louise" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for Louise:

  1. Louise d'Albany, careless, like most women of her day, of social institutions, and particularly hostile to marriage, was certainly not an impure woman; her whole life goes to prove this. – The Countess of Albany by Violet Paget (AKA Vernon Lee)
  2. Give up Louise d'Albany, forget her; and bid her, who lived only in him, whom a few years must free, forget him at the price of breaking her heart? – The Countess of Albany by Violet Paget (AKA Vernon Lee)
  3. Louise of Stolberg was probably well aware of the extreme glory of the marriage for which she had been reserved. – The Countess of Albany by Violet Paget (AKA Vernon Lee)

Quotes for Louise:

  1. People still come up to me and ask whether I am Louise Brown or if they've seen me somewhere else before.
  2. I'm taking my rats. Those are my friends for the tour. Thelma and Louise. They're so cute.

Rhymes for Louise:

  1. breeze, cheese, ease, freeze, frieze, lees, please, seize, skis, sleaze, sneeze, squeeze, tease, wheeze, deas, dees, deis, feese, friese, geez, mease, neese, peas, pease, reis, these, crees, keyes, keys, kees, rees, liese, trees, bees, fees, fleas, flees, frees, glees, sprees, pleas, sees, seas, bes, meis, neis, nees, cees, mees, neas, teas, sies, reas, beas, keas, gies, hees, leas, preis, saez, tees, vees, knees, threes, z's, jeez, she's, breese;
  2. appease, belize, burmese, cadiz, chemise, chinese, disease, displease, maltese, reprise, scorsese, trapeze, unease, pawnees, aziz, andries, ortiz, trustees, agrees, degrees, foresees, trainees, decrees, cds, draftees, jaycees, rupees, lessees;
  3. annamese, balinese, cantonese, expertise, japanese, javanese, journalese, nepalese, overseas, siamese, sinhalese, sudanese, taiwanese, guarantees, timorese, appointees, licensees, nominees, devotees, referees, disagrees, internees, ccs, amputees, honorees, detainees, escapees, absentees, retirees, enrollees, conferees, franchisees, enlistees, guaranties, returnees, designees, inductees;
  4. stds, abts, indochinese, interviewees;
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