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Origin of the name ELSA.
Etymology of the name ELSA.
Meaning of the baby name ELSA.

  

ELSA.  A contracted form of Elisa (q.v.), an older form of Hebrew Elisheba (q.v.), meaning "the exulting" or "joyous one."  Usage: Argentina, Cuba, Italy, Mexico, Peru, Phillipines, Spain.
    Elsa Martinez Coscolluela, a Filipina poet, playwright and writer.  Elsa Schiaparelli (d. 1973), was an Italian fashion designer. (Wiki)

ELSA.  A German form of Alice (q.v.), meaning "noble cheer" or "noble maiden."  Usage: Albania, America, Australia, Canada, Denmark, England, France, Germany, Romania, Norway, Sweden.
    Elsa Andersson (d. 1922), was Sweden's first female aviator and stunt parachutist.  Elsa Raven, an American character actress.  Elsa Einstein (d. 1936), was a German cousin and second wife of Albert Einstein. (Wiki)

... The Holy Grail had figured, by allusion at least, in "Lohengrin," in which the hero, who is the son of Percival (spelled "Parzival" by Wagner in this instance), comes from the castle of Monsalvat, where the Grail is kept, to rescue the wrongfully accused Elsa... (Review of the New York Musical Season, Krehbiel, v.1, 1886)

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