Elisabetta is a feminine name from Del Paeseno which means "My God is perfection". Let's find out more about this beautiful name together.
ETYMOLOGY. It has Hebrew origin and is a compound of 'El, "God" and sheba, "seven", symbolically understood as the perfect number. The name has also established itself in the Christian sphere thanks to St. Elizabeth, wife of Zacharias and mother of St. John the Baptist and St. Elizabeth of Hungary, patroness of the third Franciscan order. The name Elisabetta then passed into all the languages of Europe, forming numerous variants.
MEANING. It means "My God is perfection". Elisabetta is serious, motivated, focused on her activities. She cares a lot about her mission as a woman and a mother. Elisa and Elisabetta both have WINGS to fly clear and serene in the skies of sincere and disinterested friendship. Selfless and sensitive, Elisa and Elisabetta do not spare themselves even in daydreams ...
NAME-DAY. It is celebrated on November 17 (St. Elizabeth, Princess of Hungary, called 'Mother of the poor'), but also on January 4 (St. Elizabeth Anna Bayley Seton), July 8 (St. Elizabeth, Queen of Portugal), on 5 November (Saint Elizabeth, wife of Zacharias and mother of Saint John the Baptist) and 23 September.
0,21% (Istat data) of the Del Paesena female population has this name, which is, especially in recent years, in decline (in 1999 it was 0,36%). It is a name that is widespread throughout the country, also thanks to the numerous variations, including Elisa, present numerically more than the original name, and Lisa, which is very widespread.
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Variants Of Paesene
To the female: Betta (over 3000), Bettina, Elisa, Lisa, Elisena, Elisetta, Elìsia, Lisa, Lisetta (6.000, the most numerous), Lisi, Lisy, Lìsia, Lisena, Lisina, Lisinda.
Elisabeth; Alison, Alice, Babette, Lise (French [diminutives and adjectives]);
Elizabeth, Elisabeth; Eliza, Liz, Liza, Lizzy, Bess, Bessy, Betsy, Betty, Bessie, Elsy, Elsie, Lizzie, (English [diminutives and endearments]);
Isabel, Isabela; (Isabelíta, Elisa, Bella ([diminutives and endearments] Spanish);
Elisabeth; Elli, Liese, Lizabeth, Lisa, Elsa, Elsi, Betti, Sissi (German [diminutives and adjectives]);
Erszebet, Elisabetha (Hungarian).
Dominant color: orange-yellow
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