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    Would you like to learn more about the popularity, history and meaning of the name Elizabeth?

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    Popularity of the name Elizabeth

    According to the Social Security Administration, Elizabeth was the 14th most popular baby girl’s name in America in 2021 and the 16th in 2020! It was in the 14th spot in 2019, and held 13th place for 3 years running: 2016, 2017 and 2018! So, this beautiful, classic name has stayed very popular over the last few years!

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    History and meaning of the name Elizabeth

    The name Elizabeth is of Hebrew origin and means “God’s Solemn Oath” and “Dedicated.” Its root in Hebrew is Elisheba or Elisheva. The most popular reference to the name Elizabeth in the Bible is in the New Testament, as the mother of John the Baptist.

    The meaning of the name “Elizabeth” is consistent across several languages, countries and cultures, and LindseyBoo Creations strives for accuracy in researching the origins and meanings of names. If you have a special meaning for your Elizabeth, however, please let us know and we will custom-write it for you (at no additional charge)!

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    Variations we’ve done on the name Elizabeth

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    Famous People named Elizabeth

    Famous Elizabeth’s include Elizabeth II, Queen of England (b. 1926); the beautiful, iconic actress Elizabeth Taylor (1932-2011); Elizabeth Montgomery of “Bewitched” fame (1933-1995); Elizabeth Olsen (b. 1989), an American actress and sister of the famous Olsen twins of “Full House” fame.

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    Your Elizabeth

    Does your Elizabeth embody the traits of “God’s Solemn Oath” and dedication? I’m sure she does! I love to hear from our customers about how the meanings of their loved ones’ names really do match their names!

    I hope you’ve enjoyed seeing the many variations we have for the lovely name Elizabeth, and the various art backgrounds and mat combinations shown here in this blog that go so beautifully with this wonderful name! Please remember that any name can be combined with any art background and mat combination of your choice.

    Thank you for reading my blog about Elizabeth! Have fun perusing our website, looking up the names of your family, friends and loved ones – and in the rare event we don’t have the name that you’re looking for, I am happy to write it for you at no extra charge!

    Frequently asked questions about the name Elizabeth (FAQ)

    Is Elizabeth a cool name?

    Elizabeth has been rooted in history for centuries, making it an evergreen choice for generations of girls. Cool nicknames for Elizabeth are surprisingly versatile and trendy enough to strike a chord with new-age parents.

    What is so special about the name Elizabeth?

    The name Elizabeth is a biblical name of Hebrew origin. Its earliest origins can be traced back to the Old Testament of the Bible, where it was defined as “God is my oath” in Hebrew. The most popular reference to the name in the Bible is in the New Testament as the mother of John the Baptist.

    Is Elizabeth a rare name?

    How common is the name Elizabeth for a baby born in 2021? Elizabeth was the 14th most popular girl’s name and 12,053rd most popular boy’s name. In 2021, there were 7,190 baby girls and only 5 baby boys named Elizabeth. 1 out of every 247 baby girls and 1 out of every 372,129 baby boys born in 2021 are named Elizabeth.

    What is your personality if your name is Elizabeth?

    Elizabeth is a name that evokes logical reasoning. You are intelligent, intuitive, graceful, and even a psychic. Interest in spirituality and mysticism is a strong possibility in your quest for truth. Sometimes you are shy and you often prefer your own company.

    What’s a nickname for Elizabeth?

    Lovely Elizabeth nicknames are Betty, Liza, and Elle.

    Is Elizabeth a posh name?

    Elizabeth is probably one of the most commonly thought of names when it comes to being posh for obvious reasons! The name has Hebrew origins, meaning ‘God’s promise’ and can be shortened to Liz, Libby, Beth or Eliza.

    How popular is Elizabeth?

    ‘Elizabeth’ was the tenth most popular name given to baby girls in the United States in 2007 and has been among the 25 most popular names given to girls in the United States for the past 100 years. It is the only name that remained in the top ten US girls’ names list from 1925 to 1972.

    What is a good middle name for Elizabeth?

    My favorite middle names for Elizabeth are Elizabeth Grace and Elizabeth Jane. I like how these one-syllable names flow so nicely with Elizabeth, but since Elizabeth is such a beautiful, classic name, any preferred middle name goes well with it.

    Is Ellie short for Elizabeth?

    Ellie, or Elly, is a given name, usually feminine. The name stands on its own or can be a shortened form of any of the numerous female names beginning with the syllable El-, in particular, Eleanor or Elizabeth and Elvira.

    How old is the name Elizabeth?

    The name Elizabeth has been used as far back as the Old Testament and has remained consistently popular for the last 100 years. Its popularity can be attributed to the royal family, specifically Queen Elizabeth II, its Biblical roots and history, and even to actresses like Elizabeth Taylor and Elizabeth Banks.

    Where did the name Elizabeth come from?

    What does Elizabeth mean? “Consecrated to God” or “my God is bountiful.” From the Hebrew name Elisheba, biblical wife of Aaron. In the New Testament, Elizabeth is the mother of John the Baptist.

    If you enjoy reading about the popularity and meanings of names, check out my in-depth article “What’s in a Name?”

    What’s in a name?

    Here is a short excerpt:

    “We believe all children are gifts to our world, and their beautiful, deeply thought-out names deserve to be memorialized in poetry, meant to not only capture the wonderful feelings the gift giver has for the recipient, but also the wonderful characteristics and attributes of the recipient.

    As King Solomon aptly stated, “A good name is rather to be chosen than riches.”

    Click here to read the full article.

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