Lilibeth

Lilibeth is an English female name which originated as a pet-name for Elizabeth, the English form of Hebrew ‘Elisheva meaning “my God is an oath” or “my God is abundance”. It seems to be especially popular in Venezuela. Lilibeth could also be a combination of Lily (the name of a flower which comes from Latin lilia, the plural of lilium derived from Ancient …

Lugh

Lugh is the name of a hero in Irish mythology, the son of Cian and Eithne, though he's also been associated with Lugus, an early Celtic god associated with the god Mercury by the Romans. Lugh is portrayed as a skilled warrior and craftsman. The etymology behind the name is uncertain. It could be a variant of Lugus, which itself …

Lysette

Lysette is a female given name, a variant spelling of Lisette, originally a French diminutive of Élisabeth, the French form of Elizabeth, an English female name which comes from Hebrew ‘Elisheva meaning “my God is an oath” or “my God is abundance”. Origin: Hebrew Variants: Lisette (French, English) Lisetta (Italian) Lysetta (English)  

Elizabella

Elizabella is a modern English name, a combination of Elizabeth (meaning "my God is an oath" or "my God is abundance") and Isabella (itself another form of Elizabeth); however, Bella (which is also a nickname for Isabella) is also an Italian and Spanish word meaning "beautiful" from Latin bellus (beautiful, pretty, handsome); bella is also the feminine form of bellum meaning “war; battle, combat” from Latin duellum (war) …

Sabelina

Sabelina could possibly be an anglicized form of Zibellina, itself the Italian word for sable which refers to a small mammal belong to the genus Martes; sable also refers to the color black. The origin of sable comes from a Balto-Slavic word of uncertain etymology. I've also seen Sabelina listed as a medieval form of Isabel, the medieval Occitan form of Elizabeth, the English …

Elyan

Elyan the White is the name of a knight of the Round Table (also known as Helyan le Blanc in French). It's possible that it's a variant of Eilian, a Welsh unisex name which I've seen listed as meaning "second, moment (in time)". I've also Eilian listed as the Welsh form of Aelian, a variant of Aelianus, itself a derivative of Aelius, …

Lilyanna

Lilyanna is an English female name, a combination of Lily and Anna, the Latinate form of Hebrew Channah meaning “favor” or “grace”. Lilyanna could also be used as a variant spelling of Liliana, the Latinate form of Lillian, which may have originally come about as one of the numerous nicknames for Elizabeth which derives from Hebrew meaning “my God is an oath” or “my God is …

Julissa

Julissa is a Spanish and English female given name, an elaborated form of Julia, the feminine form of Julius, an Ancient Roman family name of uncertain meaning though it could possibly be derived from Greek ioulos meaning “downy-bearded”, implying someone who was youthful. It could also be related to Iovis, the older form of Latin Iuppiter (Jupiter), the name of the chief god …

Elyse

Elyse is an English female name, originally used as a diminutive form of Elizabeth meaning “my God is an oath” or “my God is abundance”. Origin: Hebrew Variants: Elise (English) Elysa (English) Elisa (English, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, German, Finnish) Elissa (English)  

Isabelo

Isabello is a rare Spanish male name, the masculine form of Isabel which is the medieval Occitan form of Elizabeth, the English form of Hebrew ‘Elisheva meaning “my God is an oath” or “my God is abundance”. Origin: Hebrew Variants: Isabello (Italian)   Female forms: Isabel (Spanish, Portuguese, French German, English) Isabela (Spanish, Portuguese, Romanian) Isabella (Italian, German, English, Swedish, Norwegian, …

Liana

Liana is the name of a type of long-stemmed wooded vines that grows in the jungle, derived from Middle French lien (to bind) via Latin ligo (to bind) which derives from PIE root word *leyǵ- (to bind, tie). Liana is also derived as a short form of names ending in -liana such as Eliana (a possibly a variant of Aeliana, the feminine form …

Lillian

Lillian is a female given name which may have originally come about as one of the numerous nicknames for Elizabeth which derives from Hebrew meaning “my God is an oath” or “my God is abundance”, although it’s also likely that it could be related as another form of Lily.  Interestingly enough, Lilian is a French male name with Liliane its feminine …