Lizbeth the lizard.
I like Lisbeth better, but Lizbeth is okay. Although I do like Elizabeth...
Sounds weird. Just stick to Elizabeth.
The name Lizbeth was given to 296 girls born in the US in 2016.
More than 99.9 percent of people with the first name Lizbeth are female.
Elizabeth "Lizbeth" Morgan is a character from "The 5th Wave" and the best friend of the story's main protagonist, Cassiopeia.
This name is cute when a four year old who can't pronounce Elizabeth says it. Otherwise, it sounds funny and unbalanced. As a nickname for Elizabeth, maybe, but as a given name, no.
Lizbeth Amanda Zaragoza from Captain Flamingo.
A prettier version was used by 19th century English novelist J. Rider Haggard - "Lysbeth: A Tale of the Dutch".
I love this, and Lizbeth Covenant is a character in Clive Barker's "Undying".
This name looks so tacky. Stick to Elizabeth.
It's pretty but it sounds like just two names put randomly together.
Lizzie Borden (her real name, by the way) used this name after her acquittal.

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