Elisebet meaning and origin

Gender: Girl
Origin: Hebrew
Usage: Finnish, Swedish and Norwegian
Meaning: The Oath, Fullness of God, Consecrated to God and My God is Perfect
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Principally used in Finnish, Norwegian and Swedish, Elisebet is aimed at baby girls. Elisebet is variant of all time favorite and prevailing Elisabeth. Elisabeth is version of biblical, trendy and in demand Elizabeth. Elisabeth's meaning is God is Fullness and Consecrated to God has its origin in Hebrew.

Variants of Elisebet

Elisabeth, Elisheba, Elizabeth, Elisabett, Annalies, Alizabeth, Eilis, Elza, Annaelizabeth, Elizabethmarie, Annaliese, Anna

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Popularity of Elisebet

Elisebet is an uncommon name which might be exclusive to Norway. At least, 50 people globally have been given the name as per our research.


Numerological aspects of Elisebet

You are a good friend. Handling the problems and life situations of others keeps you distracted from your own. Great things are ahead of you. You watch your mouth and think twice before you say something. Due to your naivety, you are taken advantage of very often. If letter T stands at the end of your name, you are probably the slowest, cautious, and discreet person in the world. As a lover, you are passionate.

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