Elisavet

Elisavet meaning and origin

Gender: Girl
Origin: Hebrew
Usage: Greek, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish and Finnish
Meaning: My God is Abundance, My God has Sworn, God is My Oath and My God is Bountiful
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The infrequent girl name Elisavet is chiefly used in Finnish, Danish, Norwegian, Greek and Swedish is originated from Hebrew. Elisavet is a variant of biblical Elisaveta. Elisaveta is version of prominent, in demand fashinable and biblical Elizabeth. Elisaveta is Russian and Nordic equivalent of Elisabet. Infrequent Elisaveta has its origin in Hebrew, Elisaveta means "My God has Sworn and My God is Abundance". Also. Elisavet is resultant of Elizabeth.

Variants of Elisavet

Elisaveta, Elisheba, Elizabeth, Elisabet, Alizabeth, Eilis, Elza, Annaelizabeth, Elizabethmarie, Elisabed, Elsa

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Popularity of Elisavet

Elisavet is an uncommon baby name in United States still in use today. But Elisavet is a popular baby name in Greece where every 1 in 800 have the name. According to our findings, at least 10000 people have been bestowed Elisavet around the globe.

YearRankBirths
2012168285
2000107398
1994117726
1993134365
1991131445
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You can go from aggressive to passive in no time and the other way around. Peace, balance, harmony, honesty, and fairness describe your soul the best. You are the inspirational voice that your friends and family admire and are proud of. You are always open to new adventures. You would be perfect in the film industry, music industry, writing columns for an influential paper or website or work in a shelter for homeless people or animals.

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Namesakes of Elisavet

    Director Elisavet Laloudaki, renowned for movie Living in Interesting Times

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