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Elisabeth is a German, Danish, and English girl’s baby name that means “pledged to God”. Elisabeth is a variant spelling of Elizabeth and much less popular, having fallen to #985 as of 2020. Related names like Elsa and Ellie have become more popular in its place.

Meaning of the name Elisabeth:

English, German, Danish: pledged to God

Origin of the name Elisabeth:

Elisabeth is the German and Danish version of the English name Elizabeth. It is also commonly used as a variant spelling in English. Elisabeth means “pledged to God”.

Symbolism of the name Elisabeth:

There Queen Elizabeth rose is an old fashioned soft pink rose named for Queen Elizabeth II. This breed of rose symbolizes grace, nobility, and admiration.

Style of the name Elisabeth:

traditional

Gender of the name Elisabeth:

Elisabeth is a girl's name.

Pronunciation of the name Elisabeth:

i-LIZ-ə-bəth (English), eh-LEE-za-beht (German), eh-LEE-sa-beht (Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian), eh-LEE-sa-behd (Danish)

Number of syllables in the name Elisabeth:

four

Emotion evoked from the name Elisabeth:

Elisabeth evokes feelings of refinement and grace.

Alternative spellings for the name Elisabeth:

Elizabeth, Elisabet, Elsabeth, Elyzabeth

Nicknames for the name Elisabeth:

Popularity of the name Elisabeth:

According to the Social Security Administration, Elisabeth is a classily popular baby girl’s name. Elisabeth has been in the top 1000 baby names since 1900. Elisabeth peaked in 2001 at #286.

Related names for the name Elisabeth:

Great middle names for the name Elisabeth and their meanings:

Famous people with the name Elisabeth:

Elisabeth in popular culture:

  • Elisabeth “Sissi” Delmas (television, “Code Lyoko”)
  • Elisabeth (theatre, “Elisabeth”)
  • Elisabeth (literature, “Elisabeth: The Princess Bride” by Barry Deneburg)
  • Elisabeth Doppler (television, “Dark”)
  • Elisabeth (literature, “Echo” by Pam Muñoz Ryan)