Elyzabeth meaning and origin
Queer girl name Elyzabeth means "My God is a Vow". Its origin is in Hebrew is commonly used in Danish, Swedish and English. Elyzabeth is form of ever lasting and widespread Elizabeth. Elizabeth means My God has Sworn and God is Perfection God is My Oath is rooted from Hebrew.
Variants of ElyzabethNames that rhyme with Elyzabeth
Popularity of Elyzabeth
Elyzabeth is a unique baby name in United States, it has been in use since 1978 and was able to reach the top 5000 names. In 2011, it ranked 4675th when 30 girls were named Elyzabeth. Over 486 babies in United States have been named Elyzabeth. Also, Elyzabeth is a familiar name in Indonesia, DR Congo and Brazil. According to our evaluation, at least 1000 people have been bestowed Elyzabeth around the globe.
What numbers say about Elyzabeth?
You often get carried away by your emotions and taken as crazy because of your excessive reactions to injustice. Instead of wasting money, find a way to invest it in your future. You hate being closely observed and have all eyes on you because of your low self-esteem. You are also a great storyteller and always share the best experiences. You often doubt your skills when you see someone more gifted, or better than you.
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Namesakes of Elyzabeth
We could not find any notable namesake.