Meaning:God's promise; God is my oath
Elsabeth is a girl’s name of Hebrew origin. It’s a variant of Elizabeth, which derives from the Hebrew name Elisheva, meaning “God’s promise” or “God is my oath.” This classic biblical name has inspired many variations and shortened forms, including Elisabet, Elizabeta, Elisa, Isabel, Lisa, Liz, Eliza, Beth, Betty, and more. One of these is Elsa, a Scandinavian and German variant made popular worldwide in recent years by the Disney movie Frozen. Elsabeth combines Elsa and Beth for a distinctive, Scandinavian-inspired twist on the traditional Elizabeth.
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