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Girl Names Ending with -beth

Beth ending baby names and what they mean, with 16 results. -beth names are used more often as feminine names. These girl names were at the height of their popularity 138 years ago (USAGE OF 1.9%) and are now significantly less common (USAGE 0.5%, 72% LESS), with names such as Beth becoming somewhat outmoded. Coolbeth (TOP 72%) and Kisabeth (99%) are common -beth last names.

-beth names

Annabeth - Sarabeth


Var. of Anna. Derivative of Hebrew language. "He (God) has favored me." Anabeth is also a marginally favored girl's name.


Origin fr. Hebrew language. "House." Common as surname. Compare Beth (UPPER 17%) with popular last names Leth (UPPER 32%), Veth (45%), which also end with -eth. See also Betti.

Form of Bethel. Derivative of Hebrew language. "House of God." Less popular today. Beth last appeared in 2004 in the Top 2000. See also Beta.

Var. of Clara. Based on Latin word. "Bright, famous." Clarabeth was not a Top birth name in 2018.

Var. of Cora. Derivative of Greek language. "Maiden." A rare girls' name.

Elisabeth and variants

Elisabeth1, var. Liesbeth1, Elsbeth1, Elisebeth1
Source fr. Hebrew. "God is my oath." Elisebeth, Elsbeth and Liesbeth are more rare as birth names among the forms of Elisabeth.

Elizabeth and variants

Elizabeth, var. Lyzbeth1, Lysbeth, Lizbeth1, Lizabeth1, Lisbeth, Lisabeth1, Lilibeth1, Elzabeth, Liesbeth2, Elsbeth2, Elsabeth, Elizebeth, Elizbeth, Eliszabeth, Elisebeth2, Ebeth, Elisabeth2, Beth3
Derived fr. Hebrew language. "God is my oath." Elizabeth, Elizbeth, etc. became less trendy last year, dropping on average -11 positions as children's names with Lizbeth falling the most.

Form of Elspeth. Based on Scottish, Hebrew words. "God is my oath." Albeth and Elbeth are creative variations. See also Elsabeth.

Var. of Jo. Derivative of American word. An independent name and short form .. Jobeth is an uncommon feminine name.

Combination of Jo and Beth .. Jobeth is not in the Top 2000.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -beth names: Annabeth, Beth, Elisabeth, Elizabeth, Elizbeth

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -beth names: Elizebeth, Lilibeth, Lisabeth, Lisbeth, Lizabeth

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -beth names: Lizbeth, Maribeth, Marybeth


Var. of Libby. Root fr. English, Hebrew words. "God is my oath." Less used today. Lilibeth was last recorded in 1997 in the Top 2000. See also Lilybet.

Lilibeth3, var. Lilybeth
Origin fr. English word. Blend of Lily and Elizabeth (Hebrew) .. Adoption of Lilibeth and forms was elevated 2 decades ago.

Lizbeth and variants

Lizbeth2, var. Lyzbeth2, Lizabeth2, Lisabeth2
Based on English, Hebrew elements. "God is my oath." Lyzbeth is unusual as a baby name among the versions of Lizbeth.


Var. of Mari. Based on Welsh, Latin words. "Star of the sea." Adoption of Maribeth was more pronounced among parents 58 years ago. See also Marybeth.


Form of Mary. From Latin. "Star of the sea." Marybeth was popular with parents 58 years ago, but now, Marybeth has become less fashionable. See also Maribeth.

Var. of Sarah. Origin fr. Hebrew word. "Princess." Not widespread. Sarabeth is not listed in the US Census.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for -beth names for girls.

1. Annabeth - Sarabeth
Anna [Annabeth], Beth, Bethel [Beth], Clara [Clarabeth], Cora [Corabeth], Elisabeth [Elsbeth, Liesbeth, Elisebeth], Elizabeth [Lyzbeth, Lysbeth, Lizbeth, Lisbeth, Lizabeth, Lisabeth, Lilibeth, Liesbeth, ..], Elspeth [Elsbeth], Jo [Jobeth], Jobeth, Libby [Lilibeth], Lilibeth [Lilybeth], Lizbeth [Lyzbeth, Lizabeth, Lisabeth], Mari [Maribeth], Mary [Marybeth], Sarah [Sarabeth]

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