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Let it go, let it go—on the birth certificate. Name your daughter Elsa if you love the phenomenally popular Disney character from the movie “Frozen.” A short version of Elisabeth, Elsa has been around since the 19th century, initially popularized by a character of the same name in Wagner’s opera, “Lohengrin,” the first woman to walk down the aisle to “Here Comes the Bride.” A real-life “princess” namesake: “The Fast and Furious” actress Elsa Pataky.
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In “Frozen,” Elsa got her nickname, the Snow Queen, because she possesses magical powers over snow and ice. The sensitive elder daughter of the king and queen of Arendelle, Elsa accidentally causes a never-ending snow to fall over the kingdom, which causes her to become fearful of her powers and uncomfortable being her true self. With her sister Anna’s love and support, Elsa eventually learns to “let it go” and stops being afraid.
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