Elizabeth meaning

ĭ-lĭzə-bəth
Elisheba, the wife of Aaron.
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In the New Testament, the mother of John the Baptist and a kinswoman of Mary, mother of Jesus.
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Queen of Romania as the wife of Carol I (1839–1914). She wrote poetry under the pseudonym Carmen Sylva.
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Queen of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (1936–1952) as the wife of George VI.
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A city of northeast New Jersey south of Newark. Settled as Elizabethtown in 1664, it was the capital of New Jersey until 1686 and is now an industrial center and suburb of New York City.
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A feminine name: dim. Bess, Bessie, Beth, Betsy, Betty, Elsie, Libby, Lisa, Liz; var. Elisabeth, Eliza.
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The mother of John the Baptist and a kinswoman of Mary: Luke 1
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1533-1603; queen of England (1558-1603): daughter of Henry VIII & Anne Boleyn.
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(born Elizabeth Alexandra Mary) 1926-; queen of Great Britain & Northern Ireland (1952-); head of the Commonwealth; daughter of George VI.
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City in NE N.J., adjacent to Newark.
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A female given name, popular since the 16th century.
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The mother of John the Baptist (written Elisabeth in later versions of the Bible).
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Origin of elizabeth

  • From the Ancient Greek Ἐλισάβετ (Elisabet), a transliteration of the Old Testament Classical Hebrew אלישבע (Elisheva, “my deity is an oath”). See El

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