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Names That Mean Elizabeth

190 names found for "Elizabeth"   (page 1 of 4) 

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Looking for names that mean Elizabeth? We couldn't find the exact name Elizabeth, but listed below are some first names meaning Elizabeth or names similar to the word Elizabeth.

Similar Names

Elizabette | Elisabet | Elisabeth | Elisabetta | Elisavet | Elisaveta | Elizabet | Elizabetta | Elizaveta | Elsbeth |

Related Names

Ailsa  (German)
Variant of Elsa: a Diminutive of Elizabeth, Meaning 'My God is Bountiful', or 'God of Plenty.' Also from the Old German Athal Meaning 'Noble'. Famous Bearers: Heroine of Wagner's Opera 'Loheogrin'; th
Ailsa  (Scottish)
Derived from a Scottish Place Ailsa Craig, a Small Island Off the Ayrshire Coast. Also Used to Anglicize Ealasaid, the Gaelic Form of Elizabeth. (Ail-sa)
Ailsa  (Danish)
Danish Form of Elizabeth
Alzbeta  (Czechoslovakian)
Czechoslovakian Form of Elizabeth
Annalisa  (German)
Variant of Anneliese: Derived from a Compound of Anna (Grace) and Liesa, Which is a German Diminutive of Elizabeth (God is Bountiful)
Anne  (French)
French Spelling of English Ann, a Variant of Hannah Introduced to Britain. Famous Bearers: St Anne; King Henry Viii's Wives Anne Boleyn and Anne of Cleves; Queen Elizabeth's Daughter Princess Anne
Anneliese  (German)
Derived from a Compound of Anna (Grace) and Liesa, Which is a German Diminutive of Elizabeth (God is Bountiful)
Babette  (French)
A French Diminutive of Elizabeth, a Hewbrew Name Meaning 'My God is Plentiful', Now Frequently Used As an Independent Name
Babette  (French)
From the Name Elizabeth
Babette  (Greek)
Variant of Elizabeth: from the Hebrew Elisheba, Meaning Either Oath of God, or God is Satisfaction. Famous Bearer: Old Testament Elizabeth Was Mother of John the Baptist and One of the Earliest Known
Beitidh  (Gaelic)
God is My Oath; Gaelic Form of Betsy and Betty Which are Pet Forms of Elizabeth. (Beh-tee)
Bel  (Spanish)
Diminutive of Isabel: Devoted to God. A Spanish Variant of Elizabeth
Bell  (Spanish)
Diminutive of Isabel: Devoted to God. A Spanish Variant of Elizabeth
Bella  (Spanish)
Beautiful. Diminutive of Isabel: Devoted to God. A Spanish Variant of Elizabeth
Belle  (Spanish)
Beautiful. Diminutive of Isabel: Devoted to God. A Spanish Variant of Elizabeth
Bess  (Hebrew)
From the Name Elizabeth
Bess  (Greek)
Diminutive of Elizabeth: from the Hebrew Elisheba, Meaning Either Oath of God, or God is Satisfaction. Famous Bearer: Old Testament Elizabeth Was Mother of John the Baptist and One of the Earliest Kno
Bess  (English)
Diminutive of Elizabeth, Meaning My God is Bountiful, or God of Plenty, Used Since the Th Century. Sometimes Used As an Independent Name
Bessie  (Greek)
Diminutive of Elizabeth: from the Hebrew Elisheba, Meaning Either Oath of God, or God is Satisfaction. Famous Bearer: Old Testament Elizabeth Was Mother of John the Baptist and One of the Earliest Kno
Bessie  (English)
Diminutive of Elizabeth, Meaning My God is Bountiful, or God of Plenty, Used Since the Th Century. Sometimes Used As an Independent Name
Bessy  (English)
Diminutive of Elizabeth, Meaning My God is Bountiful, or God of Plenty, Used Since the Th Century. Sometimes Used As an Independent Name
Bessy  (Greek)
Diminutive of Elizabeth: from the Hebrew Elisheba, Meaning Either Oath of God, or God is Satisfaction. Famous Bearer: Old Testament Elizabeth Was Mother of John the Baptist and One of the Earliest Kno
Beta  (Greek)
Variant of Elizabeth: from the Hebrew Elisheba, Meaning Either Oath of God, or God is Satisfaction. Famous Bearer: Old Testament Elizabeth Was Mother of John the Baptist and One of the Earliest Known
Beta  (English)
Variant of Elizabeth, , Meaning My God is Bountiful, or God of Plenty, Originally Derived from a Central and Eastern European Name
Beth  (Hebrew)
Diminutive of Elisabeth or Elizabeth, from Elisheba, Meaning Either Oath of God, or God is Satisfaction. Also a Diminutive of Bethia (Daughter or Worshipper of God), and of Bethany, a New Testament Vi
Beth  (English)
Diminutive of Elizabeth, Meaning My God is Bountiful, or God of Plenty, Frequently Used As an Independent Name. Beth Was One of Louisa M. Alcott's Heroines in Her Th Century Novel Little Women
Beth  (Greek)
Diminutive of Elizabeth: from the Hebrew Elisheba, Meaning Either Oath of God, or God is Satisfaction. Famous Bearer: Old Testament Elizabeth Was Mother of John the Baptist and One of the Earliest Kno
Beth  (Hebrew)
From the Name Elizabeth
Beth  (Gaelic)
Breath of Life; Also Short for Elizabeth
Bethan  (Hebrew)
Diminutive of Elisabeth or Elizabeth, from Elisheba, Meaning Either Oath of God, or God is Satisfaction. Also a Diminutive of Bethia (Daughter or Worshipper of God), and of Bethany, a New Testament Vi
Bethan  (English)
Origin Uncertain. May Be Derived from the Names Beth and Ann, or a Diminutive of Elizabeth or Bethany
Bethan  (Greek)
Diminutive of Elizabeth: from the Hebrew Elisheba, Meaning Either Oath of God, or God is Satisfaction. Famous Bearer: Old Testament Elizabeth Was Mother of John the Baptist and One of the Earliest Kno
Betsey  (English)
Diminutive of Elizabeth
Betsy  (Hebrew)
Diminutive of Elisabeth or Elizabeth, from Elisheba, Meaning Either Oath of God, or God is Satisfaction. Also a Diminutive of Bethia (Daughter or Worshipper of God), and of Bethany, a New Testament Vi
Betsy  (Greek)
Diminutive of Elizabeth: from the Hebrew Elisheba, Meaning Either Oath of God, or God is Satisfaction. Famous Bearer: Old Testament Elizabeth Was Mother of John the Baptist and One of the Earliest Kno
Betsy  (English)
This Diminutive of Elizabeth is Frequently Used As an Independent Name
Bette  (Hebrew)
Diminutive of Elisabeth or Elizabeth, from Elisheba, Meaning Either Oath of God, or God is Satisfaction. Also a Diminutive of Bethia (Daughter or Worshipper of God), and of Bethany, a New Testament Vi
Bette  (French)
A Diminutive the Hebrew Elizabeth: My God is Plentiful. Also Used As an Alternate Spelling of Betty. Famous References - American Actress Bette Davis
Bette  (Greek)
Diminutive of Elizabeth: from the Hebrew Elisheba, Meaning Either Oath of God, or God is Satisfaction. Famous Bearer: Old Testament Elizabeth Was Mother of John the Baptist and One of the Earliest Kno
Bettina  (Greek)
Variant of Elizabeth: from the Hebrew Elisheba, Meaning Either Oath of God, or God is Satisfaction. Famous Bearer: Old Testament Elizabeth Was Mother of John the Baptist and One of the Earliest Known
Bettina  (Spanish)
A Spanish or Italian Variant of the Hebrew Elizabeth; Meaning 'My God is Plentiful
Bettina  (Italian)
A Spanish or Italian Variant of the Hebrew Elizabeth; Meaning My God is Plentiful
Bettine  (French)
A Form of Elizabeth
Betty  (Hebrew)
Diminutive of Elisabeth or Elizabeth, from Elisheba, Meaning Either Oath of God, or God is Satisfaction. Also a Diminutive of Bethia (Daughter or Worshipper of God), and of Bethany, a New Testament Vi
Betty  (English)
A Diminutive of Elizabeth, Meaning My God is Plentiful, Frequently Used As an Independent Name Since the Th Century. Us Actress Betty Grable
Betty  (Greek)
Diminutive of Elizabeth: from the Hebrew Elisheba, Meaning Either Oath of God, or God is Satisfaction. Famous Bearer: Old Testament Elizabeth Was Mother of John the Baptist and One of the Earliest Kno
Ealasaid  (Scottish)
God is My Oath; Derived from Elizabeth. (Ee-leh-sah)
Eilis  (Irish)
Irish Form of Elizabeth: Consecrated to God
Elisa  (Spanish)
Spanish Form of Elizabeth: Consecrated to God
Elisa  (Basque)
Consecrated to God (Elizabeth)
190 names found for "Elizabeth"   (page 1 of 4) 

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