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I like Lizzy as a nickname for Elizabeth or Lizabeth. I prefer Beth but I think Lizzy has a certain 'spunk' to it. I do like Lizzie but Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice makes me lean towards Lizzy :)
-- Belle  3/19/2007
In Timothy Findley's novel The Piano-Man's Daughter, there is a male character named Lizzy.
-- DearPrudence  5/4/2007
I like the "Lizzy" spelling much better than "Lizzie". I think the "y" at the end seems to suit me better than the "ie". (My real name's Elizabeth and Lizzy is one of my nicknames.)
-- BunnyHop14  6/6/2007
Lizzy Caplan bears this name, I'd believe? Well, bears this diminutive. She is an American actress, famed especially for her ever-popular outcast character of Janis Ian in "Mean Girls".
-- xsai  9/9/2011
I hate the name Lizzy, it's such an ugly name, there is this girl named Lizzy who looks like an alligator.
-- Anonymous User  4/30/2012
I do like Lizzy and it's nice for girlie girls, but some girls called Elizabeth or other things that are shortened to Lizzy may become not so girlie, like Elizabeth Hale (The Band Halestorm) who shortened hers to Lzzy without the I.
-- OttilieMaisie  4/4/2015
The name Lizzy sounds like the name a young child would choose! The only time adults would have this, is as their nickname. No one would give this to a child unless they're a child who chose to lie to people that this is their name!
-- cutenose  5/6/2016

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