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Origin: Tanzania, United Republic of
Region Origin: Eastern Africa

Elizabeth is a traditionally feminine name with roots in Hebrew and Greek. It is derived from the Hebrew name Elisheva, which later became Elisabeth, and means "God's promise" or "God is my oath". The name has a rich history, with the most popular reference to Elizabeth in the Bible as the mother of John the Baptist. The origin of the name Elizabeth can be traced back to the Hebrew words "shava" (oath) and "el" (God). The name has been used consistently throughout history, with popular references including Queen Elizabeth I and II of England, as well as the mother of John the Baptist in the Bible. The name has remained popular across different languages, countries, and cultures, and has been borne by numerous European royals, including a ruling empress of Russia in the 18th century.

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