What does Beth mean?
Beth /beth/ as a girls' name is pronounced beth. It is of Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Beth is "house".
Short form of Elizabeth (Hebrew) "God is my oath", Bethel and Bethany. Not used before the 19th century. Literary: Louisa May Alcott gave the name to the sweet, gentle and most beloved of the four daughters in "Little Women".
Beth▼ has 35 more relations via Bethany, Bethel, Elizabeth: Belita, Bell▼, Bella▲, Belle▼, Bess▼, Bessy, Beta, Bethani, Bethann, Bethell, Betheny, Bethie, Bethuel, Bethuna, Bethune, Bethy, Bethzy, Betina, Betsan, Betsey, Betsie, Betsy▼, Bett, Betta, Bette▼, Betti, Bettie▼, Betty▼, Bettye▼, Biff, Bit, Ebeth, Lizeth▼, Tetty and Veta.Kreatif forms: Babeth, Bethba, Bethja. [more]
How popular is Beth?
Beth is a very popular first name for females (#199 out of 4276, Top 5%) and also a very popular last name for all people (#25398 out of 150436, Top 17%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Charted below is the baby name popularity of Beth for girls. Beth reached its apex position of #69 in the U.S. in the 1960s, but is not in the list at the moment. (Top Baby Names, 2014)
Displayed below is an analysis of the popularity of the girl name Beth and affiliated names. Elizabeth (#14 the previous year), Bella (#70), Bethany (#393), Bette, Bettie, Bettye, Lizeth, Betsy, Betty, Bethel, Bess, Belle, Bessie, Bell, Bethan and Bethzy are the popular varying forms of Beth. These relations of Beth were favored as birth names 94 years ago (usage of 0.436%) and are somewhat less popular today (usage 0.148%, down 65.9%). Elizabeth has been the top favorite, although Bethany appears to be getting popular too, while versions such as Bettye are now less popular.
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Suggested similar baby names are Bea, Beah, Beata, Beate, Beau, Beba, Bebe, Beck, Beda, Bee, Beea, Beki, Bel, Bena, Bente, Bep, Bera, Bert, Berta▼, Berte, Bertha▼, Berthe, Berti, Berty, Betha, Bethea, Bethia, Betia, Bets, Betts, Bev, Bich, Breah, Bret, Brett, Cath, Eth, Heath, Jeth, Leith and Ruth▼. These names tend to be less commonly used than Beth.