|Pronunciation||📣 \e-lizabe-th, el(i)-za-beth\|
|Number in U.S||👶 1,700,000|
|Rate in 2021||54|
|Name origin||🌍 Hebrew|
Are you curious about the name "Elizabeth"? This name of Hebrew origin is long and beautiful, which makes it an ideal option for your daughter if you are looking for an elegant and special name like this one. "Elizabeth" is one of the variants of Isabel, which we sometimes also see written as "Elisabeth". This name also has a lot of personality.
If you want to know everything about the meaning of the name "Elizabeth", as well as its origin, diminutives, personality, saints, numerology, popularity and more, we invite you to read this MyCuteName article. "Elizabeth" is a girl's name.
The name Elizabeth meanings and origins
The name "Elizabeth" is a biblical name with Hebrew origin that comes from the word elisheva (אֱלִישֶׁבַע). Its earliest origins can be traced back to the Old Testament of the Bible, where it was defined as "God is my oath" in Hebrew. but The most popular reference to the "Elizabeth" in the Bible is in the New Testament as the mother of John.
The name "Elizabeth" is one of the most common names all around the English speaking countries.
This name is a feminine given name but has been used as a baby’s name in some areas. This name might be spelled as other forms too.
Popularity of the name Elizabeth
According to the Bible, Mary, pregnant with Jesus, goes on a journey to visit her cousin "Elizabeth". "Elizabeth" was pregnant too, with John the Baptist at the same time. When she hears Mary’s voice calling out her, the baby leapt in her womb and she was filled with the Holy Spirit.
This name is a common name. The given name is actually the 30th most popular baby’s name in Oregon based on the data given by the reliable American resources in the year 1960 in the United states of America. For instance, imagine that about 130 newborn babies were given the name "Elizabeth" in the year 1960.
A total of about 18000 newborn babies also bear the same first name during the year 1960 in the United states of America. From the year 1880 to the year 2018, the highest recorded use of this name was related to the year 1990 with a total of about 21000 newborn babies.
Since the year 1880 to the year 2018, this name was recorded about 1600000 times in the SSA public database. This name appeared in the year 1880 for the first time on the popularity charts. This name was give to about 1200 newborn babies at that time.
This name became a popular one in the year 1880 with a rank of 4 nationwide and was registered about 1900 times as a baby’s name. The name "Elizabeth" became a popular choice in the name selection process in the state of District of Columbia in the year 2014. This name ranked 1 with 51 newborn babies. The all time high record for this name was related to the year 1990 in the state of California with about 3100 newborn babies.
This name is a consistent top ranking name in the state of Colorado for about 109 consecutive years, ( from the year 1910 to the year 2018 ). This name is also popular the state of Mississippi and South California. Also for the past 80 years, this name was recorded 1200000 times in the SSA public database.
Diminutives and variations of the name Elizabeth
Some diminutives of the name Elizabeth are:
Eli, Eliza, Beth, Liz, Lizzie, Betty, Betsy
The name Elizabeth in other languages
The form of the name "Elizabeth" is in English and, therefore, there are some variants in other languages:
Spanish: Isabel, Elisa
Italian : Isabella, Elisabetta
Personality of the name Elizabeth
Women named "Elizabeth" are direct and strong. His presence stands out wherever he goes, either because of his temperament, his great personality or because he is a very determined person in everything he does. She is not afraid to show what she feels or thinks, she is honest and transparent.
Despite her great energy towards others, "Elizabeth" is a calm person in solitude and, deep down, she only needs what makes her happy: love and feel loved. He is an emotional and passionate person. Despite this, "Elizabeth" does not allow herself to be controlled by anyone.
In the professional field, "Elizabeth" fits into jobs where she can evolve and reach increasingly high and prestigious positions. Also where you can exercise your creative ideas and be heard. They are intelligent, correct and cordial, they have a great sense of knowing how to act in each situation with elegance and determination.
Here we have the letter analysis of the name "Elizabeth":
E is for endear, all those you touch
L is for listen, one of your best traits
I is for impress, for impress you will
Z is for zip, the quickness in your step
A is for advantage, for you blessed with many
B is for bloom, your glow of life
E is for endear, all those you touch
T is for talent, hidden or not
H is for humble, a saintly quality
Famous people named Elizabeth
Elizabeth Andrews who is the first woman organizer
Elizabeth Arden who is an American businesswoman
Elizabeth Banks who is an American actress
Elizabeth Carter who is an English poet and song writer
Elizabeth's Saint's Day
"Elizabeth's" saints are celebrated on November 5th.
Numerology of the name Elizabeth
According to numerology, the number of the name "Elizabeth" is 7.
Names with the letter "E"
Ella, Elize, Ellina and Elahe
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One great benefits to this name is that it will never go in or out of trends, it's a solid name that sounds good in any decade. It also spands across the world, in spelling and speech. There are so many cool nicknames that you could use also, not to mention because of its length as a first name practically any middle name works. And to end on teh best note: Elizabeth or Elisabeth could never be mistaken for a guys name!
My daughters name is Elizabeth Grace. Named after me
My sister just had a baby and name her Elizabeth Dawn Marie! I love the name :)
Hi i am maddie ummm a couple of my friends names r elizabeth an dthey both have different names that people call them! 1 of my friends names r libby an dthen my other firnds nname is like liz lizard lizzy and sometimes people just call her elizabeth actually most of the time they call her elizabeth and she lves her name and i thin kelizabeth is the most BEAUTIFUL NAME IN THE WORLD!
Well.... My middle name is Elizabeth I was name after both of my grandmothers. I think it is a blessing because when they die i can keep the name going.I really like being named after my grandmothers because it makes me feel like we have something in common with each other
My name is Elizabeth Michelle but my parents call me Emi (the E from Elizabeth and the "mi" from Michelle) I like the name but not as a 1st name but as mine it sounds pretty cool.
My name is Sara Elizabeth, and i absolutly love the name Elizabeth, i even wish it was my first name.
My sister's name is Elizabeth, she is almost 11 years old. It is a pretty name mostly. But all the nickname options drive me nuts. Lizzie, libby, betsy, beth...but it is versatile and unique (most of the time :D)
My name is Katherine Elizabeth and I love it. I want to name my first child Elizabeth.lol
I named my middle daughter Elizabeth Marie. She is named after my great grandma. It is an old fashioned, classy name.
i cant think of this name it reminds me of my best friend 2 years she moved away and i haveent seen her since the only member of her family is her that works at our nearby grocery place!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
my name is Elizabeth, but i'm not so sure i like it, because it's too common. But the only thing i really like about it is that there r a ton of nicknames for it. I have tons of nicknames, but with my first daughter i would like her middle name to be Elizabeth. So, i like it, but then yet again i don't like it.
but I think Elizabeth is the most elegant, distinguished, beautiful names. And, obviously a true classic. Granted, there are so, so many nicknames, Elizabeth on it's own is simply gorgeous. It's been passed down through my family and I feel totally proud to have the name. It's not a fad, it'll never be a name that sounds ridiculous in five years; simply put: it's timeless.