No, the name Elisa is not Italian; rather, it is a shortened Latin name for "Elisabeth," which is a version or the Greek name "Elizabeth," which means "God's Promise." See the related link(s) for more information.
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What is the Italian translation of the English name 'Elisa'?
Elisa is the same in Italian and English. Specifically, the name is a feminine proper noun. Its exact linguistic origin is unknown. For example, it may come from ancient Greek, Hebrew or Latin names. The pronunciation is "ey-LEE-sah" in Italian. ...