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Origin of the name ELISABETH.
Etymology of the name ELISABETH.
Meaning of the baby name ELISABETH.


ELISABETH.  Latin. [Gr. Elisabet, from Heb. Elisheba = "to whom God (is) an oath"]. (The Sunday School Teacher's Bible Manual, Hunter, 1894)    Usage: America, Australia, Austria, Denmark, England, France (Élisabeth), Germany, Great Britain, Ireland, Netherlands, Romania.

    Elisabeth of Austria, Queen of France, born in 1554, was a daughter of the emperor Maximilian II., and a granddaughter of Charles V.  She was married in 1570 to Charles IX. of France, and had one child, a daughter, who died young.  She expressed abhorrence of the Massacre of Saint Bartholomew.  It is stated that after the death of Charles IX. she declined an offer of marriage from Philip II. of Spain.  Died in Vienna in 1592. 
    Élisabeth or Isabelle, of France, born in Paris in 1389, was a daughter of Charles VI., and became the consort of Richard II. of England.  Died in 1409. (Universal Pronouncing Dictionary of Biography and Mythology, Thomas, 1908)


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