Betsi name meaning

Gender: Girl
Origin: Hebrew
Usage: English
Pronunciation: pronunciation of Betsi
Meaning: God is My Oath and Form of Elizabeth
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What does Betsi mean?

Unusual Betsi substantially is used in English is a girl name has origin in Hebrew. Betsi is variant form of perpetual and biblical Betsy. Betsy is version of biblical and persistent Betty.

Betsy is equivalent of Elisabet in English language. Betsy's meaning is God's Promise and God's Witness has origin in Hebrew. Also. Betsi is variant form of all time favorite and biblical Betty.

Betty is form of long standing and famed Beata. Also Betty is variant of everlasting and well-known Berta. Betty is also form of pious, persistent and prominent Barbara. Betty is short version of ElisabethElizabeth.

Betty is English cognate of Elisabet. Also. Betsi is variation of outstanding, biblical and soaring Elizabeth.

Variants of Betsi

Betzi, Betsy, Betty, Elizabeth, Elisheba, Elisabet, Betsey, Beata, Berta, Barbara, Betje, Bettylee, Alizabeth, Eilis, Elza, Annaelizabeth, Elizabethmarie

How popular is the name Betsi?

Betsi is an uncommon baby name in United States, even after 25 years of usage and 162 bearers, the name could just made to the top 4056 names in 1944 before vanishing in 2007.

There are over 162 babies that have been given the name Betsi in United States. In England and Wales, it has been in use since 2004 and peaked in 2015 when it ranked 1649th.

Over 139 people have been named Betsi in England and Wales.

Betsi is a common name in Indonesia while somewhat familiar name in Venezuela, Peru, Ecuador, India, Colombia, Mexico and Panama.

At least, 4000 people globally have carried Betsi as their given name according to our evaluation.

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Here's what numbers has to say about Betsi

You are willing to give up everything you have to achieve everything you ever wanted. If letter B is your cornerstone, it reveals people look at you like the crazy genius who loves his solitude. You are the most sensitive person but prefer to keep it secret so you don't give people a chance to take advantage of you. You can easily adapt to new people and new environments. You keep your facade so you don't get too attached to people and experience disappointment, eventually.

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Famous people named Betsi

  • Betsi DeVries, Democratic member of the New Hampshire Senate
  • Betsi Rivas was a Venezuelan sportsman of the weightlifting specialty who obtained a silver medal in MedellĂ­n 2010.

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