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Elizabeth \e-lizabe-th, el(i)-za-beth\

Meaning:
God's promise; God is my oath
Origin:
Hebrew
Details:
Elizabeth as a girl's name is pronounced ee-LIZ-a-beth. It is of Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Elizabeth is "God's promise; God is my oath". Biblical: the mother of John the Baptist. Popular name since the 16th-century reign of Queen Elizabeth I of England. Actresses Elizabeth Ashley, Elizabeth Hurley, Elizabeth Montgomery, Elisabeth Shue, Elizabeth Taylor; politician Elizabeth Dole; suffragette Elizabeth Cady Stanton.
Related names:
Ailsa, Elixyvett, Lezith, Liesl, Lizena, Oleisa, Orszebet, Yelisabeta, Zizi, ZsaZsa.
Meaning:
Ailsa, Elixyvett, Lezith, Liesl, Lizena, Oleisa, Orszebet, Yelisabeta, Zizi, ZsaZsa, Elsbeth, Yelizabet.
Variants:
bell, Babette, Belita, Bella, belle, Bess, beta, beth, Betsy, Bettina, Betty, Bizzy, Buffy, Eilish, ELISA, Elissa, Eliza, elizabeth, Ellsa, Ellissa, Bette, bet, bit, Betta, Bett, Betina, Bessie, Bessy, Bethie, Betsey, Betsie, Bettine, Bettye, Betti, Eilis, Elise, Elize, Ellyse, Ellse, Elle, Ellsi, Eliz, Elisah, Eleisa, Elliza, Elixyveth, Alixyveth, Eliesse, Elisabet, Elisabeth, Elisabethe, Elisabetta, Eliszabeth, Elizabet, Elizabett, Elizabette, Elizabiff, Elizabith, Elizebeth, Ellsee, Ellsey, Ellspet, Ellyssa.
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Examples of usage for elizabeth:

  1. Our aunt, Elizabeth Coutts, has done that for us. – Second Shetland Truck System Report by William Guthrie
  2. And then his sister Elizabeth reappeared with the key, which was out of scale with her, like St. Peter's. – Somehow Good by William de Morgan
  3. Then he asked for a penny before his sister Elizabeth came back. – Somehow Good by William de Morgan

Quotes for elizabeth:

  1. Elizabeth, Lady C, claims to be writing at the limits of language. Would it not be insulting to her if I were diligently to follow after her, explaining what she means but is not smart enough to say?
  2. I'd like to be Queen Elizabeth.
  3. Somebody is going to have to do fancy footwork to make sure Elizabeth and John Edwards get their prime -time shot.
  4. When the young Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret were growing up, that was at it's height and the War cemented that with photographs of the Royal Family having breakfast together and so on, by pinning their reputation so firmly on that particular issue.
  5. People who know me well, call me Elizabeth. I dislike Liz.
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