Statistics and meaning of name Malise


Usage: 58% firstname, 42% surname.
Malise first name was found 85 times in 9 different countries.
Surname Malise is used at least 61 times in at least 7 countries.
Origin of this name is English.
Gender of firstname Malise is 0% feminine and 100% masculine.
Name written with Chinese letters: 马利兹 (pinyin: mǎ lì zī)




      Surname Malise
Given names
Hedwig Malise (1)
Victor Malise (1)
Tuma Malise (1)



Given name Malise
Family names
Malise Andreanelli (3)
Malise Ruthven (2)
Malise Inglis (1)
Malise Johansson (1)
Malise Writer (1)
Malise Marajo (1)
Malise Fairholm (1)
Malise Mcguire (1)
Malise Westropp (1)
Malise Laliberte (1)
Malise Prasad (1)

Surname Malise in USA   

Malise reversed is Esilam
Name contains 6 letters - 50.00% vowels and 50.00% consonants.

Anagrams: Amiles Aliems Milsae Lmasie Almies Mlasei Siemla
Misspells: Molise Malisse Malyse Maljse Malese Malisea Mlaise Malies Malsie



Rhymes: valise Elise Bearnaise Boise Cochise Cruise vitalise assize buckeyes jawlines sunrise

Meaning of name Malise is: Servant of jesus

malise says: Our mother had a friend called Malise and I am named after her. You can find it in Walter Scott's Lady of the Lake where the chap was always a little slow - 'haste ye, haste ye, Malise...' I am the youngest of 3 girls. So, not a female name? You work it out.

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Writers: Malise Ruthven

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