Elizabeth

Elizabeth meaning and origin

Gender: Unisex, both Boy and Girl
Origin: Hebrew
Usage: English, Finnish, Swedish, Danish and Norwegian
Pronunciation: \"pronunciation
Meaning: God is My Oath and My God is Bountiful
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Soaring In Vogue, Enduring and Famed unisex name Elizabeth means "God is My Oath or My God is Bountiful" which of Hebrew origin is used commonly in English, Swedish, Finnish, Norwegian and Danish. Elizabeth is celebrated on November 17th.

Variants of Elizabeth

Elisheba, Alizabeth, Eilis, Elza, Alice, Eliza, Annaelizabeth, Elizabethmarie, Anna

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Popularity of Elizabeth

an extremely popular name in United States having over 1643220 recievers in 276 years of usage. Currently the moniker is on a rise, in 1887, it ranked 3rd when 20742 parents chose the moniker for their baby girls. Additionally, the first name has been in the top 5 baby names 16 times Also, Elizabeth was a popular name in England and Wales. Over 34397 babies have been given the moniker in 23 years. At the peak of its usage in 1996, the moniker grabbed the 26th spot and 2225 baby girls were given the name. However the graph is now showing a downward trend after 23 years but still performing better than most of the names. Additionally, the given name has been in the top 50 baby names 23 times Also, Elizabeth was a popular name in Ireland. Over 14686 babies have been given the first name in 56 years. When at its peak in 1969, it ranked 5th when 779 parents chose the moniker for their baby girls. However after 56 years, the name is currently sliding down on the charts. In addition to that, the moniker has been in the top 5 baby names 1 times Also, Elizabeth was a popular name in New South Wales. Over 21196 babies have been given the given name in 67 years. At its zenith in 1952, the moniker grabbed the 10th spot and 612 baby girls were given the name. However the graph is now showing a downward trend after 67 years. In addition to that, the first name has been in the top 10 baby names 1 times

Elizabeth used to be a common name in France, first appeared in 1900 and over 4397 babies have been given the name in 119 years. When at its peak in 1952,. However after 119 years, the name is currently sliding down on the charts. Also, Elizabeth is common in Queensland where over 7464 new-borns have been given the name since 1960. Presently the name is rising, in 1985, 203 girls were bestowed the name and it was ranked at 15th position. Also, Elizabeth used to be a common name in Western Australia, first appeared in 1932 and over 613 babies have been given the name in 8 years. When at the peak of its usage in 1937,. After 8 years of usage, the name has fallen out of the charts. Additionally, the moniker has been in the top 10 baby names 7 times Also, Elizabeth used to be a common name in Victoria, first appeared in 2008 and over 988 babies have been given the name in 11 years. At the peak of its usage in 2008,. However the graph is now showing a downward trend after 11 years.

Elizabeth is a familiar baby name in Netherlands, during its short term of usage, the name has been to the top 200 names. In 2015, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 155 on girl names chart when 91 babies were given the name Elizabeth. Over 386 babies in Netherlands have been named Elizabeth. The moniker is a unique baby name in Belgium, it has been in use since 1995 and was able to reach the top 400 names. Recently in 2018, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 357 on girl names chart when 28 babies were named Elizabeth. Over 364 people have been named Elizabeth in Belgium.

Elizabeth is an uncommon baby name in Switzerland, although it has been in use since 1998 but could not make beyond the top 500. Over 152 people have been named Elizabeth in Switzerland. Elizabeth is a rare baby name in Northern Territory, chances of it being still in use are very slim. However things change on global perspective, Elizabeth is extremely popular in Nigeria where every 1 in 300 have the name as well as in, Tanzania, Mexico, England, South Africa, Brazil, Philippines, Kenya, South Sudan, Ghana, Peru, Colombia and Zambia. Also the baby name is popular in Zimbabwe, Uganda, Angola, Canada, Scotland, Australia, Venezuela, Chile, Sierra Leone, Malawi, Sudan, Bolivia, Ethiopia, Argentina, DR Congo, Cameroon, Dominican Republic, Mozambique, Ecuador, Wales, Northern Ireland, Namibia, India, Burundi, Liberia, New Zealand, Cuba, Papua New Guinea, Costa Rica, East Timor, Panama, Nicaragua, Malaysia, Guatemala, Egypt, Gambia, Indonesia, Rwanda, Puerto Rico, Paraguay, Poland, Bangladesh, Jamaica and Uruguay. As per our estimate, over 6440000 babies have been bestowed Elizabeth around the globe.

YearBoysGirls
RankBirthsRankBirths
2018138513
201780789138915
2016667112139493
2015120475139703
2014106856149552
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Elizabeth in Nordic countries

CountriesMenWomen
First NameSecondary NameFirst NameSecondary Name
Netherlands59912896339929
Finland0002112
Sweden5118625286
Norway516681186
Denmark5011250

Numerological analysis of Elizabeth

Allow your creativity to take over and everything will fall into place before you know it. Reason behind your depressive episodes that occur occasionally is being way too sensitive. You appreciate an educated man. You are one yourself. If you get too attached to everyone, what will you do when if they leave one day? You believe traveling helps you grow your spiritual potential. Besides being hard-working by nature, you are also independent and like to handle things your way.

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  •  Hazel - Trendy and Evergreen unisex name Hazel is used chiefly in Marathi, Bengali and Kannada and originated from English, Hazel means "Colour of Sun Set, A Nut-bearing Tree or Reddish Brown"
  •  Jo - Well-Liked and All time favorite unisex name Jo means "Abbreviation of Names Like Joanna or Josephine or God Adds" and is used in German and Norwegian is of Hebrew and English origin
  •  Danielle - Frequently Used Danielle commonly is used in English and Danish is of Hebrew origin and a unisex name, meaning of Danielle is "Feminine of Daniel or Judged Only by God"
  •  Martin - Well-Liked and Evergreen unisex name Martin is used mostly in Scandinavian, Icelandic and Malayalam has its origin in Latin, Martin means "War-like or War-Like Dedicated to Mars"
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Namesakes of Elizabeth

    Elizabeth Jennings, theguardian
  • Elizabeth Taylor, English novelist and short-story writer
  • Elizabeth Pakenham, Countess of Longford, British historian
  • Elizabeth Barry, English actress of the Restoration period
  • Elizabeth Hawkins-Whitshed, Irish pioneer of mountaineering at a time when it was almost unheard of for a woman to climb mountains
  • Elizabeth Bibesco, English writer and socialite
  • Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge, American pianist and patron of music
  • Elizabeth Ann Seton, first native-born citizen She established the first Catholic girls' school in the nation
  • Elizabeth Pierrepont, Duchess of Kingston-upon-Hull, English noble and courtier
  • Elizabeth of Hungary, princess of the Kingdom of Hungary
  • Elizabeth Fitzalan, Duchess of Norfolk, English noblewoman and the wife of Thomas Mowbray
  • Elizabeth George, American writer of mystery novels set
  • Elizabeth Haydon, American fantasy author
  • Elizabeth, mother of John the Baptist and the wife of Zechariah
  • Elizabeth Somerset, Duchess of Beaufort, was
  • Elizabeth Whitlock, English actress
  • Elizabeth Roemer, American astronomer whose research interests centered on comets and asteroids
  • Elizabeth Meeke, prolific English author
  • Elizabeth Maconchy, English composer of Irish heritage
  • Elizabeth LeCompte, American director of experimental theater
  • Elizabeth Daryush, English poet
  • Elizabeth Barton, English Catholic nun
  • Elizabeth Shin, Massachusetts Institute of Technology student
  • Elizabeth Proctor, was convicted of witchcraft
  • Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk, American architect and urban planner of Polish-Livonian aristocratic roots based
  • Elizabeth Haddon, American pioneer
  • Elizabeth Cecil, 15th Baroness de Ros, daughter and heir of Edward Manners
  • Elizabeth Montagu, British social reformer, patron of the arts
  • Elizabeth Lawrie Smellie, Canadian nurse and the first woman to be promoted to the rank of colonel
  • Elizabeth Cass, English seamstress and dress designer whose mistaken arrest for prostitution
  • Elizabeth Harden Gilmore, business leader and civil rights advocate
  • Elizabeth Drew Stoddard, United States poet and novelist
  • Elizabeth David, British cookery writer
  • Elizabeth Greenfield, African-American singer considered the best-known black concert artist of her time
  • Elizabeth Harrower, American actress and screenwriter
  • Elizabeth Charles, English writer
  • Elizabeth Cutter Morrow, American poet
  • Elizabeth Gaffney, American novelist
  • Elizabeth Andrews, first woman organiser of the Labour Party in Wales
  • Elizabeth Jesser Reid, English social reformer
  • Elizabeth Boutell, British actress
  • Elizabeth Knepp, British actress, singer, and dancer
  • Elizabeth O'Neill, Irish actress, later baronetess
  • Elizabeth Johnson, widow of Birmingham merchant Henry Porter
  • Elizabeth Cowell, British broadcaster and the first female television announcer
  • Elizabeth Bates, Professor of psychology and cognitive science at the University of California
  • Elizabeth Loftus, American cognitive psychologist and expert on human memory
  • Elizabeth Blackburn, Australian-American Nobel laureate
  • Elizabeth Cabot Agassiz, American educator
  • Elizabeth Barker, Baroness Barker, Liberal Democrat member of the House of Lords
  • Elizabeth Barrett Browning, English poet of the Victorian era
  • Elizabeth Garrett Anderson, English physician and suffragist
  • Elizabeth Gracen, American actress and beauty pageant contestant
  • Elizabeth I of England, was Queen of England and Ireland
  • Elizabeth Taylor, British-American actress, businesswoman

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