Marisa (given name)

Marisa (given name)

Marisa is a feminine given name. It is possibly derived from the name Marissa and is also a Spanish or Italian contracted nickname for Maria Isabel (Mary Elizabeth) or Maria Louisa. Marisa may refer to:

Real people

It means Variant of Mary: Wished-for child.

Fictional characters

See also

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