Elizabeth

biographical name (1)
Eliz·​a·​beth | \ i-ˈli-zə-bəth How to pronounce Elizabeth (audio) \

Definition of Elizabeth

 (Entry 1 of 5)

name of 2 English (British) queens: I 1533–1603 daughter of Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn (reigned 1558–1603); II 1926–     Elizabeth Alexandra Mary; daughter of George VI (reigned 1952–    )

Elizabeth

biographical name (2)
\ -ˈstü-ərt How to pronounce Elizabeth (audio) , -ˈstyü-; ˈstu̇rt, ˈstyu̇rt\
variants: or less commonly Elizabeth Stuart

Definition of Elizabeth (Entry 2 of 5)

1596–1662 queen of Elector Frederick V

Elizabeth

biographical name (3)

Definition of Elizabeth (Entry 3 of 5)

1900–2002 Elizabeth Angela Marguerite Bowes-Lyon \ ˈbōz-​ˈlī-​ən How to pronounce ˈbōz-ˈlī-ən (audio)\ ; queen of George VI of Great Britain

Elizabeth

biographical name (4)

Definition of Elizabeth (Entry 4 of 5)

1843–1916 pseudonym Carmen Sylva \ ˈkär-​mən-​ˈsil-​və How to pronounce ˈkär-mən-ˈsil-və (audio)\ queen of Romania and writer

Elizabeth

geographical name
Eliz·​a·​beth | \ i-ˈli-zə-bəth How to pronounce Elizabeth (audio) \

Definition of Elizabeth (Entry 5 of 5)

1 short river in southeastern Virginia flowing between the cities of Norfolk and Portsmouth into Hampton Roads
2 city and port on Newark Bay Southwest of Newark in northeastern New Jersey population 124,969

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