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Meaning of the Name Elizabeth

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The first name Elizabeth is of Hebrew, Greek, English, Scottish, Shakespearean, Arthurian Legend, Biblical origin. It is often a girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

Hebrew: Consecrated to God
Greek: 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 Bearers of This Name;
English: God is My Oath; Short Forms: Beth, Elisa, Eliza, Lisa, Lisabeth, Lisbet, Liz, Liza, Lizabet. Pet Names: Bess, Bessie Bessy, Elsie, Libbie, Liby, Lizzy. (Ee-liz-ah-beth)
Scottish: God is My Oath; Variations: Elspeth. Pet Names: Elsie, Elspie. (Ee-liz-ah-beth)
Hebrew: God's Solemn Oath, Resolute, Affectionate, Intelligent. (Bess, Bessie, Beth, Bette, Betsy, Bettina, Betty, Bitsy, Elisabeth, Nisabette, Eliza, Elsa, Else, Elspeth, Elite, Libbie, Libby, Lisbeth, Lit,
Shakespearean: 'King Richard Iii' Elizabeth, Queen to King Edward Iv
English: My God is Bountiful;God of Plenty. Elizabeth Was Mother of John the Baptist in the Bible. in England Queen Elizabeth I and Ii. One of the Most Frequently Used Names in England
Hebrew: My God is Bountiful;God of Plenty. Elizabeth Was Mother of John the Baptist in the Bible. in England Queen Elizabeth I and Ii.One of the Most Frequently Used Names in England
Arthurian Legend: Sister of Mark
Biblical: The Oath or Fullness of God

Similar Names

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

Related Names

Elisabet  (Swedish)
Swedish Form of Elizabeth: Devoted to God
Elisabet  (Scandinavian)
Variant of English/Hebrew Name Elizabeth. My God is Bountiful;God of Plenty
Elisabetta  (Italian)
Variant of English/Hebrew Name Elizabeth. My God is Bountiful;God of Plenty
Elise  (French)
Consecrated to God. an Abbreviation of Elisabeth, Derived from a French Diminutive of Elizabeth
Elise  (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
Elissa  (Greek)
Variant of Elizabeth: from the Hebrew Elisheba, Meaning Either Oath of God, or God is Satisfaction
Elissa  (English)
Variant of Elizabeth: My God is Bountiful;God of Plenty. Famous Bearer: Dido, Queen of Carthage, Was Known As Elissa
Elissaveta  (Bulgaria)
Consecrated to God (Elizabeth)
Eliza  (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
Eliza  (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
Eliza  (Hebrew)
From the Name Elizabeth
Eliza  (English)
My God is Bountiful. God of Plenty. A Diminutive of Elizabeth Frequently Used As an Independent Name. Famous Bearer: Eliza Doolittle, the Cockney Heroine of George Bernard Shaw's Play 'Pygmalion', fro
Elizabet  (Scandinavian)
Variant of English/Hebrew Name Elizabeth. My God is Bountiful;God of Plenty
Elizabetta  (Italian)
Italian Form of Elizabeth: Consecrated to God
Elizabette  (Latin)
Another Form for Elizabeth
Elsa  (German)
A Diminutive of Elizabeth, Meaning 'My God is Bountiful', or 'God of Plenty.' Also from the Old German Athal Meaning 'Noble'
Elsa  (Scandinavian)
From the Name Elizabeth
Elsa  (English)
Variant of Elizabeth. My God is Bountiful;God of Plenty
Elsa  (Greek)
Variant of Elizabeth: from the Hebrew Elisheba, Meaning Either Oath of God, or God is Satisfaction
Else  (Danish)
Danish Form of Elizabeth
Elsie  (Scottish)
A Diminutive of Elizabeth, Meaning 'My God is Bountiful', or 'God of Plenty.'. Also a Diminutive of the Scottish Elspeth. More Popular in the Late Th and Early Th Centuries Than Today
Elsie  (Greek)
Variant of Elizabeth: from the Hebrew Elisheba, Meaning Either Oath of God, or God is Satisfaction
Elspeth  (English)
Variant of Elizabeth. My God is Bountiful;God of Plenty
Elspeth  (Greek)
Variant of Elizabeth: from the Hebrew Elisheba, Meaning Either Oath of God, or God is Satisfaction
Elyza  (English)
Variant of Elizabeth. My God is Bountiful;God of Plenty
Elzbieta  (Polish)
Variant of English/Hebrew Name Elizabeth. My God is Bountiful;God of Plenty
Erihapeti  (Maori)
Maori Form of Elizabeth
Etty  (Estonian)
Form of Elizabeth
Gerry  (English)
Diminutive of Geraldine: a Feminine Form of Gerald, Meaning Ruling Spear. Famous Bearer: the Earl of Surrey Wrote a Series of Love Poems Titled, 'The Fair Geraldine', to Lady Elizabeth Fitzgerald
Helsa  (Danish)
Diminutive of Elizabeth
Ib  (Spanish)
Beautiful. Diminutive of Isabel: Devoted to God. A Spanish Variant of Elizabeth
Ibbie  (Spanish)
Beautiful. Diminutive of Isabel: Devoted to God. A Spanish Variant of Elizabeth
Ibby  (Spanish)
Beautiful. Diminutive of Isabel: Devoted to God. A Spanish Variant of Elizabeth
Ilsa  (German)
Abbreviation of Elizabeth
Ilse  (Greek)
Variant of Elizabeth: from the Hebrew Elisheba, Meaning Either Oath of God, or God is Satisfaction
Ilse  (English)
Variant of Elizabeth. My God is Bountiful;God of Plenty
Ilse  (German)
Oath of God. Noble. A German Diminutive of the Name Elizabeth
Isa  (Spanish)
Beautiful. Diminutive of Isabel: Devoted to God. A Spanish Variant of Elizabeth
Isabeau  (French)
Variant of Elizabeth. My God is Bountiful;God of Plenty
Isabel  (Latin)
Variant of Elizabeth. 'My God is Bountiful;God of Plenty.'
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