Elisaveta meaning and origin
Predominantly used in Norwegian, Danish, Swedish, Finnish, Russian and Slavic, Elisaveta means "My God is Abundance or My God has Sworn" and is given to baby girls is originated from Hebrew. Elisaveta is form of conifer, hot fashinable and biblical Elizabeth. Elizabeth is originated from Hebrew, Elizabeth means "My God has Sworn, My God is Bountiful and God is My Oath". Elisaveta is Russian and Nordic equivalent of Elisabet.
Variants of ElisavetaNames that rhyme with Elisaveta
Popularity of Elisaveta
Elisaveta is a rare baby name in England and Wales still in use today. But Elisaveta is a popular baby name in Bulgaria where every 1 in 2000 have the name. As per our evaluation, over 10000 people has been named Elisaveta globally.
What numerology tells about Elisaveta?
You are the most important person in your life and to you, no one else matters. You can go from cold to extremely sensitive sometimes, people see you as a robot without feelings. Express your anger in order to clean your soul from the negative energy. Whatever you put your mind to, turns out great at the end. You are always open to new adventures. You are radiant and people find it comfortable around you.
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Namesakes of Elisaveta
- Elisaveta Bykova, Soviet chess player and twice Women's World Chess Champion
- Elisaveta Bagriana, Bulgarian poet