Elize meaning and origin
Origin of Unexpected Elize is in Hebrew is commonly used in English, Danish, Swedish, Finnish and Norwegian is a gender insensitive name. Elize is form of trendy, biblical and immutable Eliza. Eliza is diminutive of Elisabeth. Eliza is Romanian form of Alice. Meaning of Eliza is The Chosen and Precious is of Hebrew and Germanic origin. Also. Elize is diminutive of Elizabeth.
Variants of ElizeNames that rhyme with Elize
Popularity of Elize
Elize is a familiar baby name in Netherlands, during its short term of usage, the name has been to the top 200 names. Recently in 2016, 88 babies were given Elize and it reached its peak ranking, 159 on girl names chart. Over 359 people have been named Elize in Netherlands. Also, in Belgium, it has been in use since 1995 and was able to reach the top 200 names. In 2015, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 140 on girl names chart when 75 babies were given the name Elize. There are over 652 babies that have been given the name Elize in Belgium.
Elize is a unique baby name in United States, it has been in use since 1916 and was able to reach the top 4000 names. In 1934, it ranked 3679th when 40 boys were named Elize. Over 327 babies in United States have been named Elize. The first name is an uncommon baby name in England and Wales, even after 21 years of presence it could not make beyond the top 1000. Over 165 babies in England and Wales have been named Elize. During its 33 years of usage in France, it had made up to just the top 600 girl names. There are over 193 babies that have been given the name Elize in France.
But Elize is a popular baby name in South Africa where every 1 in 6000 have the name as well as in DR Congo. At least, 20000 people around the globe have been given the name as per our findings.
Elize in Nordic countries
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Numerological analysis of Elize
Skin touch makes you nervous because you feel it so deeply that it makes you tremble. You are lagging behind on motivational front. Follow your gut, not people. Love is most important in your life. If the letter E is your cornerstone in your name, it means you are always open to new life experiences and adventures. You should avoid treating other people like you are better than them. You know yourself so well, that you always find a way to keep yourself amused.
Parents who liked Elize, loved these names
- Aurelius - Infrequent boy name Aurelius means "Golden, Gilded, Golden-Haired or The Elements Aureus Meaning Golden" has its origin in Latin is mostly used in Norwegian, Danish and Finnish
- Catriona - Originated from Old Greek, Admired Catriona means "The Pure" and is particulary used in Norwegian, Gaelic and Finnish is used mainly as a baby girl name
- Hemi - Sufficiently quirky and Modern unisex name Hemi means "Golden" has its roots in Hebrew is prevalently used in Marathi and Danish
- Veli means Guardian or Brother is a baby boy name, substantially used in Norwegian and Finnish came from Turkish and Finnish
- Asmus - Origin of Asmus is in Old Greek is used substantially in Swedish, German and Danish, meaning of Asmus is "Gracious or Erasmios" is used as a boy name
Namesakes of Elize
- Elize du Toit, South African-born British actress best
- Elize Morgan in Orphan Black as Writer
- Elize Cawood in movie Liefling as Actress
- In 1976 drama movie, 'n Beeld vir Jeannie, Elize Lizamore played Jeannie Moolman.
Lists having Elize
- Boys names beginning with E
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- Boy names that starts with Eli
- Baby Names that mean God
- Baby Names that mean Oath
- Baby Names that mean Consecrated
- Baby Names that mean Pledged
- Baby Names that mean Chosen
- Baby Names that mean Unique
- Baby Names that mean Precious
- Baby Names that mean Abundance
- Baby Names that mean Sworn
- Baby Names that mean Fullness
- Baby Names that mean Bountiful
- Baby Names that mean Plenty
- Baby Names that mean Perfection