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Elizabeth

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biographical name Eliz·a·beth \i-ˈli-zə-bəth\

Definition of Elizabeth

  1. name of 2 Eng. (British) queens: I 1533–1603 dau. of Henry VIII & Anne Boleyn (reigned 1558–1603); II 1926–     Elizabeth Alexandra Mary; dau. of George VI (reigned 1952–    )




Elizabeth

biographical name Eliz·a·beth \-ˈstü-ərt, -ˈstyü-; ˈstu̇rt, ˈstyu̇rt\

Definition of Elizabeth

  1. 1596–1662 queen of Frederick V of Bohemia



Variants of elizabeth

also

Elizabeth Stuart

play \-ˈstü-ərt, -ˈstyü-; ˈstu̇rt, ˈstyu̇rt\

Elizabeth

biographical name Eliz·a·beth

Definition of Elizabeth

  1. 1900–2002 Elizabeth Angela Marguerite Bowes-Ly*on play \ˈbōz-ˈlī-ən\ ; queen of George VI of Great Britain




Elizabeth

biographical name Eliz·a·beth

Definition of Elizabeth

  1. 1843–1916 pseud. Car*men Syl*va play \ˈkär-mən-ˈsil-və\ queen of Romania & writer




Elizabeth

play
geographical name Eliz·a·beth \i-ˈli-zə-bəth\

Definition of Elizabeth

  1. 1 short river SE Virginia flowing between cities of Norfolk & Portsmouth into Hampton Roads

  2. 2 city & port NE New Jersey SW of Newark on Newark Bay pop 124,969




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