Bitsy meaning and origin

Gender: Girl
Origin: English-American and Hebrew
Usage: English
Pronunciation: \"pronunciation
Meaning: God is My Oath and My God is Bountiful
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Uncommon girl name Bitsy is rooted from Hebrew and English-American is used in English language. Bitsy is variant of imperishable and biblical Elizabeth. Uncommon Elizabeth's origin is Hebrew, meaning of Elizabeth is "God is My Oath and God is Fullness".

Variants of Bitsy

Bitzi, Elizabeth, Elisheba, Alizabeth, Eilis, Elza, Annaelizabeth, Elizabethmarie, Alisabeth, Eilise, Alice, Eliza, Anna

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What numbers say about Bitsy?

You like to insult people in order to awaken their motivation and practically ‘force' them to prove they can do something. You are a great person with no need of self-doubt. You are intuitive but never use your intuition when it comes to making important decisions in life. You actually believe that everything will work out at the end. It's just that the world isn't shaped as you want and it's making you angry.

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Namesakes of Bitsy

    Bitsy Mullins, was born on March 13, 1926 in Pine Bluff

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