Elizabeth

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Elizabeth or Elisabeth is the Greek transliteration (Ἐλισάβετ, Elisábet) of the Hebrew name Elisheba, meaning "Oath of my God". Elizabeth or Elisabeth have given rise to the nicknames of Lisa, Liza, Lilly, Liz, Lily, Beth, Ella, Elisa, Elise, and many others. Eliza; Elspeth, Elsa, Isabel, and Isabella, are among the many etymologically related names.

People[edit]

Saints (with whom other Elizabeths are namesakes)[edit]

Empresses[edit]

Queens regnant of England and the United Kingdom[edit]

Belgian princess and queens consort[edit]

Many queens of various countries[edit]

Other royal women[edit]

Cuisine[edit]

Fictional characters[edit]

Other people[edit]

Ships[edit]

Places[edit]

Australia
South Africa
United States

Media and entertainment[edit]

Films and television series
Stage
  • Elisabeth (musical), a Viennese German-language musical written by Michael Kunze and composed by Sylvester Levay, about the life of Elisabeth of Bavaria
Songs
Albums
Poems

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