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I quite like this name. I think that it's a more exotic name for those who feel "Elizabeth" is too common or plain (I don't share that feeling, but some do) and want a more unique, exotic version. A nice nickname is Betta.
-- Luanna  1/9/2008
Pronounced Eh-lee-sah-beh-tah.
-- BornOnRoshHashanah  3/28/2008
Very beautiful. I would use Ellie, Elisa, or Betta as nicknames.
-- Anonymous User  5/10/2008
This is such a lovely name. I imagine a dark-haired, dark-eyed tan girl from the South of Italy.
-- Anonymous User  6/4/2008
Elisabetta Gregoraci (born February 8, 1980) is an Italian fashion model and TV personality. She was born in Soverato, province of Catanzaro, Calabria, Italy.

Gregoraci was involved in a scandal related to Italian politicians, and has gained popularity through her modelling and as a hostess of the Italian television show, Buona Domenica. She is married to Italian Formula One manager Flavio Briatore.
-- sweetbabe  7/31/2008
Elisabetta Sirani (1638 – 1665) was an Italian painter whose father was the painter Giovanni Andrea Sirani of the School of Bologna, and the principal assistant of Guido Reni. She died at the age of 27.
-- sweetbabe  7/31/2008
Elisabetta Canalis (born 12 September 1978 in Sassari, Sardinia) is an Italian model and actress. A popular personality on Italian television, Canalis acted in the film Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo and the upcoming film Virgin Territory with Hayden Christensen and Mischa Barton. She was involved in an on-and-off relationship with famous football player Christian Vieri. Most Recently she has been romantically linked with Reginaldo of Parma F.C.

She was also a "velina" in one of Italy's most popular television shows, Striscia la notizia. In 2007, she hosted the annual music festival, Festivalbar. She is also a huge fan of Inter Milan.
-- sweetbabe  7/31/2008
Italian form of Greek Elisabet (Ἐλισάβετ), meaning "God Is My Oath." In turn, Elisabet is also the Scandinavian form known to mean the same, as well as Hebrew Elisheva.
-- Francesca  12/1/2010
Elisabetta is so pretty. I love any form of the name Elizabeth.
-- Joy12  4/19/2011
Italian pronunciation:

Eyh-Lee-Zah-Beyht-Tah

"E" nears the pronunciation of "Hey" (when the "H" is excluded). Stress your "I" to "EE" for "Li." When an "S" is found sandwiched between two vowels it automatically makes a "Z." "A" is as always found in "Father." "E" equals, again, "Eyh." Be careful as to speak clearly both "TT"s, which you will find most easily accomplished by placing a bit of extra emphasis on the letter before ("E"), and continuing through until both "TT"s have finished. Round off with another "A", "Father." [noted -ed]
-- Francesca  9/7/2011

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