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Oath baby names and what they mean, for oath, promise, pledge, with 53 results. Adoption of these girl names reached its apex 9 decades ago (USAGE OF 6.7%) and is now significantly lower (USAGE 1.6%, DOWN 75.5%), with names such as Lisa falling out of fashion. Eliza (#175) and Elise (#174) are two of the more chic names for newborns in this compilation, while Bellah (TOP 13%) and Boll (7%) are common surnames.

Oath names

Adalgisa - Elisabeth | Eliza - Lisa | Liz - Zsazsa

Adalgisa - Elisabeth

Stems fr. Old German. "Noble, precious promise." Unusual, with the feminine-sounding -isa suffix for Adalgisa, like Adelisa. Italian name .. [Adelvice, Adalgise, .. 1 more]

.. form of Elizabeth (Hebrew) "God's promise" .. Aisa is also a marginally prominent baby name. [Elshe, Ailis, .. 3 more]

.. from Irish Gaelic meaning "pledge, promise" .. Common, and Lene (UPPER 36%), var. are comparable to popular -ene last names Abbene (UPPER 55%), Atene (43%). [Lina, Arlynn, Arly, Arluene, Arline, Arliene, Arleyne, Arlette, Arleta, Arlen, .. 19 more]

Based on Hebrew element. "Pledge." Somewhat popular as girls' names, Arlyse, Arlise, etc. are comparable to the conventional Alyse. Feminine of Arliss. [Arlyss, Arlissa, .. 3 more]

From French, Greek, Hebrew languages. "God is my oath." Less widespread today. Babette last appeared in the 1960s in the Top 2000. See also Barbette. Diminutive of Barbara (Greek) ..

Stems fr. Hebrew word. "Daughter of oath." Less used today. Batsheva was the version last recorded (2014) in the Top 2000. Biblical .. [Sheva, Bathseva, .. 8 more]

Root fr. Hebrew word. "God's pledge." Uncommon as a children's name, but Bebba is similar to the more common Bebe.

Diminutive of Isabel (Hebrew) "God's promise" .. Less widespread today. Bell was last listed in 1920-1929 in the Top 2000. Unisex name.

.. Isabel or Isabella (Hebrew) "God's promise" .. A very popular girls' name (#74 THE PAST YEAR), Bella is also found conventionally as a surname. [Labella, Beyla, Belva, Belle, Bell, Bel, .. 2 more]

.. "God is my oath", Bethel and .. Bet and Bethan are more uncommon as variant forms of Beth. [Bethan, .. 2 more]

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Oath names: Arlene, Babette, Bell, Bella, Beth

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Oath names: Betsy, Bettina, Betty, Buffy, Elisabeth, Elise

Stems fr. English, Hebrew languages. "God is my oath." Betsy, Betsie, etc. became less popular last year, falling on average -15 rankings as girls' names with Betsy leading the fall. Pet form of Elizabeth .. [Betts, Bets, .. 2 more]

Stems fr. Hebrew word. "God is my oath." Somewhat common as girls' names, Betiana, Bettina, etc. are comparable to the familiar Bethany. Diminutive of Elizabeth .. [Tina, Ina, Battina, .. 3 more]

Derived fr. Dutch, English, Hebrew languages. "God is my oath." Popular as children's names, Bessie, Betty, etc. are comparable to the common Tessie. Pet form of Elizabeth .. [Bettine, Bett, Betsey, Bessy, .. 8 more]

Source fr. Hawaiian, Hebrew languages. "God is my oath." Outside Top 2000. See also Lizzy. Nickname of Elizabeth.

Root fr. English, Hebrew. "God is my oath." Buffy rose in popularity during 1970-1979. See also Biff. Informal pet form of Elizabeth, based ..

From Italian, Irish, Gaelic, Hebrew. "God's promise." Not in popularity charts. Combined form of Cara and Belle. [Carrabelle, Carabel, .. 1 more]

From Greek element. "Binding oath." Compare surnames Delma (UPPER 68%), Desa (24%). [Desme]

From Gaelic, Hebrew elements. "God is my oath." Unusual as children's names, but Elish, Eilish, etc. are similar to the more popular Elissa. Gaelic form of Elizabeth. [Elish, .. 2 more]

Root fr. French, Hebrew languages. "God is my oath." Elise, Elisa, Elissa, Elyse and Elyssa are Top 2000 baby names. Short form of Elisabeth .. [Lize, Lison, Lise, Lieselotte, Liese, Elysa, Elyce, Ellyse, .. 14 more]

Based on Hebrew element. "God is my oath." Prominent, with usage of 0.223% for Elisabeth, Liesbeth, etc. as girls' names in 2015, but lower than 0.267% the year before. Biblical .. [Lisolette, Liseth, Lise, Lisa, Ilse, Ilsa, Elsbeth, Bep, .. 12 more]

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Summary Index of Oath names [and variants] for girls.

1. Adalgisa - Elisabeth
Adalgisa [Adalgise, Adelgise, Adelvice], Ailsa [Elsa, Ailis, Ailse, Elshe, Elsha], Arlene [Lina, Lena, Lene, Arlyn, Arlynn, Arlyne, ..], Arlise [Arlys, Arliss, Arlyss, Arlyse, Arlissa], Babette, Bathsheba [Sheva, Sheba, Batya, Batshua, Bethsheba, Bethsabee, ..], Bebba, Bell, Bella [Bell, Belle, Belva, Beyla, Labella, Bellissa], Beth [Bet, Bessie, Bethan], Betsy [Bets, Betts, Betsie, Betsey], Bettina [Ina, Tina, Betina, Battina, Bettine, Betiana], Betty [Bette, Betta, Betti, Bettie, Bettina, Bettine, ..], Bizzy, Buffy, Carabelle [Carabel, Carabell, Carrabelle], Desma [Desme], Eilish [Elis, Eilis, Elish], Elise [Lize, Lise, Lison, Liesl, Liesel, Lieselotte, ..], Elisabeth [Lise, Lisel, Liset, Liseth, Lisabel, Lisolette, ..]

Eliza [Liz, Liza, Elza, Lyza, Elyza, Elyzza, ..], Elizabeth [Ysabel, Ylisabet, Ysabella, Yzabelle, Yelizaveta, Ylisabette, ..], Elsa [Elsy, Ilse, Ilsa, Elsie, Helsa, Elssa], Elsie [Elsy], Elspeth [Elsbet, Elspet, Elspie, Elsbeth], Elysia [Elyse, Ilise, Ilysa, Ilyse, Ilysia, Ileesia, ..], Franisbel [Franisbella, Franisbelle], Ghislaine [Gillan, Gislaine], Gilberte [Gill, Gilly, Gillie, Gilberthe, Gilbertine, Gilbertina, ..], Giselle [Giza, Gislog, Gizela, Gislaug, Gizella, Gizelle, ..], Helsa [Helisa], Ilse [Ilsa, Else, Ilisa, Ilsae, Illsa, Ilsaie, ..], Isabel [Ysobel, Ysabel, Yzobel, Ysabella, Yzabelle, Yzobelle, ..], Jiselle [Jisela, Jizelle, Joselle, Jozelle], Lezith, Libby [Liby, Libet, Libbey, Libbie, Lilibet, Lilibeth, ..], Liesl [Lisl, Liesa, Liezl, Liese, Liezel, Liesel], Lieselotte, Lilibeth [Lilibet, Lilybet, Lilybeth, Lillibet, Lilybell], Lisa [Lise, Liza, Liszka, Liseta, Lisebet, Lisette, ..]

Liz [Lyz, Lyzz, Lizz, Lizanne, Lizette], Liza [Liz, Lyza, Leeza, Litsea, Litzea, Lizzie], Lizbeth [Lisbet, Lizbet, Lisabet, Lyzbeth, Lizabeth, Lisabeth], Lizena, Lizette [Lizeth, Lyzette, Lisette, Lissette], Marlisa [Marlys, Marliss, Marlyse, Marlisha, Marlissa, Marlyssa], Oleisa [Olisa, Oleesa], Orszebet, Sheba [Saba, Sabah, Scheba, Shebah, Sheeba, Shieba], Yelisabeta [Yelizabet, Yelisabetta, Yelizavetha], Ysabel [Ysbel, Ysobel, Ysbella, Ysabell, Ysabelle, Ysabella, ..], Zizi [Zsizsi], Zsazsa [Zsuzsa, Zsuzsanna]

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