scours through sea of clothes in bedroom to find ancient fallen-apart name book also known as the Almighty
She’s not there… I have [name]Alise[/name], which is [name]Alice[/name] only sad ah-[name]LEE[/name]-seh, and [name]Ailin[/name] which is [name]Eileen[/name] which tells me that [name]Ailsa[/name] might be a Danish version of [name]Elizabeth[/name] (because of the Ai beginning), but I’m no [name]Dane[/name] so I wouldn’t know ^^
In the E section, I find Ellisiv which is a Norse form of [name]Elisabeth[/name], and [name]Elisa[/name], which is [name]Eliza[/name] only said like [name]Elise[/name] with a at the end…
None of them are [name]Ailsa[/name], but they’re the closest I can find… I googled and some other looking around, but didn’t find anything trustworthy… I’ll try to find a site that lists ALL Danish names, but I’m not sure I’ll find it… I can read Danish perfectly, so it’s easier for me than it is for you [name]Ailsa[/name] ^^ And I have to add that I have always liked [name]Ailsa[/name] as a name, but she fell from my thoughts as I got caught up with all the new discoveries, so it’s thanks to you that she’s safely placed on my list where she belongs, which I’m very happy about!
hopes there are Danes here