Popularity:1788
Origin:Hebrew
Meaning:God is my oath
Though now a personification of empowering self-acceptance, Elsa first founds its mark as a feminine variation of the Hebrew name Elizabeth. Meaning "God is my oath," Elsa is deeply tied to the mother of John the Baptist, revered for her honor and devotion. And while Elizabeth's enduring faith in God would eventually allow her to receive her most desired wish, thanks to Frozen, Elsa now exhibits the merits of embracing the self. A testament to devotion in all its forms, Elsa is a wonderful way of reminding baby that staying true to themselves is the surest way to receive all of life's blessings.
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