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Sooooo much better than overused Lizzie, Lizzy or Beth. Lilibeth is cute and mature at the same time and totally rules. I liked Buffy but now it has been ruined by pop culture. I heard the late Queen Mother was nicknamed this - very regal! And hasn't been mauled by popularity!
-- Anonymous User  1/16/2007
I think this name is very pretty.
-- michi_vane  1/20/2007
Way too cutesy and princess-y to be an actual name. I do really like Lily though.
-- Jasmine  3/24/2007
I think it would also be good as a pet name for Lily/Lilly. It could also be spelled Lillabeth.
-- Luanna  1/29/2008
My friend named her daughter this, and while I think it is an ok name, I prefer it as a nickname for Elizabeth.
-- Anonymous User  7/28/2008
I love this name so much. However, my husband thinks it's too frilly for a given name. I think I've convinced him to use it as a nickname for our daughter who we will probably name Elizabeth.
-- mom2zeke  10/23/2008
As a child, Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom was called "Lilibet" by her close family. (Not quite Lilibeth, but there is no name "Lilibet" in the database.)
-- Anonymous User  9/1/2009
I like it, but I'm not sure if a person can use the nickname beyond childhood. But it is a compound of my two favorite nicknames for Elizabeth: Lilly, and Beth.
-- erb816  6/23/2010
Wow, that's funny... I just came up with a name like Lilybeth or Lilibeth and then I found out that it was already a name... :( It's a cute name, but it may sound strange if you are forty-something and named this.
-- Anonymous User  8/1/2010
No. To me this almost sounds like lil' Beth which is just insulting.
-- Anonymous User  3/3/2014
I think this name is pretty enough to stand on its own, but if it is too frilly, make it a nickname for Elizabeth. I also think you could name your daughter Lilibeth and call her Lily or Lili. I also like the spellings Lilybeth and Lilibet. My name is Elizabeth and I go by Lily, and I've always loved the name! I also think the fact that the Queen went by this justifies it and justifies the use of Lily as a nickname for Elizabeth (because I cannot tell you enough how many times people told me Lily was not a nickname for Elizabeth).
-- lilpimpteller  1/24/2015

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