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A shortened form of Charissa or an elaboration of Carys that uses the feminine "issa" ending. The name is associated with ancient towns in Spain and Turkey and a genus of shrubs native to Africa and Asia. It debuted on the popularity chart in 1970 and peaked in 1992 at No. 239.
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