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Elżunia (ehl-ZHOO-nya) is also used as a diminutive.
― Anonymous User  10/22/2019
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One of the central characters of The Trumpeter of Krakow is named Elzbietka. I believe this is a diminutive of Elzbieta, though that is never actually stated.
― Anonymous User  4/11/2018
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Other variants of the name:
Elka, Elżunia, Elcia, Eli, Eliś, Elunia, Elisia

I'm often called Eli and Elisia, but that's rather rare in usage ;)
Eliska97  1/21/2016
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Polish diminutive - Elżunia, Ela. [noted -ed]
feralmonkey  9/12/2014
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Also a Lithuanian name, featured by the Teta Elzbieta (Aunt Elizabeth) in "The Jungle", a classic from the 1930s. [noted -ed]
mhavril39  2/1/2008
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Elźbieta Richenza (1th September 1286 - 18th October 1335) - Daughter of Polish king Przemysl II and his wife Richenza of Sweden.
Maggie_Simpson  6/28/2007
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I know a woman named Elzbieta (sorry, I don't know how to do the dot over the Z) and my mom (Elizabeth) and she were comparing the differences. The only letter that they have different is the "h" in Elizabeth.
sqirrlie  4/28/2007
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A short form is Ela - which is pronounced like "Ella".
ADT  6/19/2006
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The sound "¿" is pronounced like "s" in words: pleasure or vision.
ania24  4/9/2006
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In Polish, the "z" in this name is supposed to have a little dot over it. I have heard this name pronounced "Elzh-bYEH-tah."
Jordania  7/26/2005

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