LISBETH
GENDER: Feminine
USAGE: German
PRONOUNCED: LEES-bet   [key]
Meaning & History
German short form of ELISABETH
Related Names
OTHER LANGUAGES: Eliška (Czech), Eli, Elise, Ella, Else, Lilly, Lis, Lisa, Lisbet, Lise (Danish), Betje, Elise, Elly, Els, Else, Elsje, Ilse, Isa, Lies, Liese, Liesje, Lisa (Dutch), Belle, Bess, Bessie, Beth, Betsy, Bette, Bettie, Betty, Buffy, Elisa, Elise, Eliza, Ella, Ellie, Elly, Elsa, Elsie, Elyse, Ibbie, Issy, Izzy, Libbie, Libby, Liddy, Lilian, Lilibet, Lilibeth, Lillian, Lisa, Lise, Liz, Liza, Lizbeth, Lizette, Lizzie, Lizzy, Tetty, Bettye, Elissa, Elle, Leanna, Leesa, Liana, Liliana, Lillia, Lilliana, Lisette (English), Liisa, Liisu (Estonian), Eliisa, Elisa, Ella, Elsa, Liisa, Liisi (Finnish), Babette, Élise, Lili, Lilian, Liliane, Lise, Lilianne, Lisette (French), Eliso (Georgian), Bözsi, Erzsi, Liliána, Liza, Zsóka (Hungarian), Sibéal (Irish), Elisa, Elsa, Isa, Liliana, Lisa, Liana (Italian), Elzė (Lithuanian), Veta (Macedonian), Ibb (Medieval English), Eli, Elise, Ella, Else, Lilly, Lis, Lisa, Lisbet, Lise (Norwegian), Eliza, Liliana (Polish), Belinha, Liliana, Elisa, Liana (Portuguese), Lílian (Portuguese (Brazilian)), Liliana, Liana (Romanian), Liza, Lizaveta (Russian), Beileag, Lileas, Lilias, Lillias (Scottish), Eliška (Slovak), Špela (Slovene), Elisa, Isa, Liliana (Spanish), Elise, Ella, Elsa, Lilly, Lis, Lisa, Lisbet, Lise (Swedish)
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