Tiss name meaning

Gender: Girl
Origin: Old Greek and Irish
Usage: English
Pronunciation: t(i)-ss
Meaning: A Bee, Honey Bee, The Bee and The Elements Melissa Which Means Bee
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What does Tiss mean?

Girl name Tiss is originated from Old Greek is primarily used in English. Tiss is spelling variation of Melissa. Melissa is form of Melitta in Italian language. Also Melissa is form of Μελισσα in Latin language.

Melissa's origin is Irish and Old Greek, meaning of Melissa is "A Bee, The Bee and Honey Bee".

How do I pronounce Tiss?

t(i)-ss is the most common way to pronounce two syllabled Tiss.

Variants of Tiss

Melissa, Melitta, Lissi, Melina, Milicent, Melissamarie, Melita, Liss, Lisa, Alice, Louise, Mallina, Melena, Carmelina, Marie

How popular is the name Tiss?

Tiss is an uncommon name around the world. As per our estimate, over 100 babies have been bestowed Tiss around the globe.


What numerology tells about Tiss?

Whatever you put your mind to, turns out great at the end. Letting others ruin your day out of kindness is a stupid thing to do. The law of attraction is something you admire and use when it comes to achieving your goals. You have this perfect life everyone admires. However, your life is far from perfect, and so are you. You are intuitive but never use your intuition when it comes to making important decisions in life.

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