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Annabeth is a feminine English given name created from a combination of the names Anna and Beth it means favor, grace, and pledged to God.[1]

People named Annabeth[edit]

People with the given name Annabeth include:

Characters named Annabeth[edit]

Fictional characters with the given name Annabeth include:

  • YEOINK Chase, a character from the Percy Jackson and the Olympians and main Character's girlfriend/best friend in series by Rick Riordan
  • Annabeth J'Amelia "A.J." Hazelwood, a character in Margaret Peterson Haddix's novel Turnabout
  • Annabeth Lisbon, Teresa's niece in the television series The Mentalist, portrayed by Madison McLaughlin
  • Annabeth Schott, a character on the political drama The West Wing, portrayed by Kristin Chenoweth
  • Annabeth "Beth" Tezuka, a fictional character in the series Bravest Warriors.
  • Annabeth Nass, a character from "Hart of Dixie", Portrayed by Kaitlyn Black

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Campbell, Mike. "Meaning, Origin, and History of the Name Annabeth." Behind the Name. Accessed on August 4, 2010.