Elizabeth

Gender: Female
Origin: Hebrew
Meaning: God Is My Oath
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The name Elizabeth means God Is My Oath and is of Hebrew origin. Elizabeth is a name that's been used by parents who are considering baby names for girls.

Elizabeth is a name with Biblical/Hebrew origins. Elizabeth was the mother of John the Baptist in the Bible. Alternate spellings include Elisabeth and Elizebeth. Nicknames for the name Elizabeth include Liz, Lizzy, Beth, Bets, Betsy, Betty, and Eliza.

Royals with the name Elizabeth include Queens Elizabeth I and II of England. Actresses include Elizabeth Taylor, Elizabeth McGovern, and Elizabeth Hurley. Elizabeth Montgomery was a famous television actress, known for the 1960s series, Bewitched.  Elizabeth Arden is a makeup brand named after its creator.

Fictional characters named Elizabeth include Elizabeth Bennett from Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice and Elizabeth “Beth” March from Little Women. There is also Elizabeth Elliott (Persuasion), Betsey Trotwood (David Copperfield), and Betsy Ray (Betsy-Tacey).

Variations of the name Elizabeth: Elizebeth
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Elizabeth Stats
Elizabeth is on 9,998 members' favorite name lists
Elizabeth is currently #27 on the Baby Names popularity charts
Elizabeth is currently #13 in U.S. births
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Elizabeth - Zachary Sterling
Elizabeth on the Bathroom Floor - Eels
Goodnight Elizabeth - Counting Crows
To Elizabeth S. - Eyeless in Gaza