Around the world, Elisabeth (Elisabeth , Елизавета , אלישבע , among others...) is a widespread female first name. The first name Elisabeth is characteristic of Germany, where it is a common girly name, Austria, and Russia (explore the name in all countries). In absolute terms, the name is most common in Germany, Russia, and France. Much less frequently, Elisabeth is the last name as well as the forename.
Elisabeth is also a name from the Bible. Explore more in our Biblical names portal!
|Elisabeth||France, Germany, Brazil, United States, Indonesia|
|Елизавета||Russia, Belarus, Germany, Kazakhstan, United States|
|Элизабет||Ukraine, Russia, Kyrgyzstan, Lithuania, Kazakhstan|
|Елизабет||Ukraine, Russia, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Bulgaria|
Alžběta, Betina, Betsy, Bettina, Betty, Eilis, Eilish, Eilís, Elis, Elisabet, Elisabeta, Elisabetta, Elisabèth, Elisabéth, Elisavet, Elisheva, Elizabet, Elizabeta, Elizabete, Elizabeth, Elizabeto, Elizaveta, Ella, Elsa, Else, Elsebet, Elspeth, Elísabeth, Elżbieta, Elžbieta, Erzsebet, Erzsébet, Eske, Eĺisabeth, Ielizaveta, Ilsa, Ilse, Ilza, Ilze, Isabel, Isabella, Isabelle, Izabel, Izabela, Izabella, Jelisaweta, Jelizaveta, Jelizawieta, Liesbeth, Liese,
Elisabeth is also a prevalent name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Elizabeth Bennet , the fictional character from Pride and Prejudice, Pride & Prejudice; Elizabeth , the Mother of John the Baptist and the wife of Zacharias/Zachary, according to the Gospel of Luke; Elisabeth Buddenbrook , the character from Thomas Mann's Buddenbrooks; Beth March , the fictional character from Louisa May Alcott's Little Women and Elisabeth Doppler , the fictional character in Dark, and in many other works.
|elisabeth le riche (est. 970 - 1007) (b. 950)|
|elisabeth of austria Peerage person ID=114067 (b. 1050)|
|elisabeth von schönau German Benedictine visionary, DE (b. 1129)|
|elisabeth of courtenay Belgian noble (b. 1101)|
|elisabeth von bregenz Peerage person ID=672291 (b. 1152)|
|elisabeth de courtenay (1127-1205) (b. 1140)|
|elisabeth von bayern Queen consort of Conrad IV of Germany, DE (b. 1227)|
|elisabeth of brunswick-lüneburg 13th-century German queen (b. 1230)|
|elisabeth von maltitz German noblewoman (1238/39-1333), DE (b. 1238)|
|elisabeth de bar-mousson (1200-1262) (b. 1200)|
|elisabeth von ahr-hochstaden Peerage person ID=546646 (b. 1200)|
|elisabeth von rapperswil last countess of the House of Rapperswil (1251-1309), CH (b. 1251)|
|elisabeth von montfort Peerage person ID=672658 (b. 1205)|
|elisabeth von brandenburg Landgravine consort of Thuringia, DE (b. 1206)|
|elisabeth von schneckenburg (b. 1200)|
Cruz, Vieira, Wagner, Martins, Machado, Müller, Sanchez, Schmidt, Almeida, Barbosa, Pereira, Ribeiro, Johnson, Martinez, Carvalho, Gonzalez, Ferreira, Oliveira, Schneider, Rodriguez, Rodrigues, Goncalves, Thomas, Fernandes, Garcia, Soares, Dias, Lima, Meyer, Silva, Sousa, Souza, Smith, Alves, Costa, Brown, Perez, Ramos, Rocha, Gomes, Lopez, Lopes, Jones, Weber, Martin, Miller, Santos, Araujo, and Nascimento