Liz

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Gender: F Origin of Liz: Diminutive of Elizabeth Meaning of Elizabeth: Hebrew, "pledged to God"

A girl named Liz on her birth certificate could feel deprived of her full identity. Call her Liz, but name her Elizabeth -- or at least Lizbeth or Eliza.

Famous People Named Liz

Anne Elisabeth Jane "Liz" Claiborne, Belgian-American fashion designer
Elizabeth Clark "Liz" Phair, American singer-songwriter
Elizabeth "Liz" Gillies, American actress/singer
Elizabeth "Liz" Murray, subject of movie "Homeless to Harvard"
Elizabeth "Liz" Marguerita Mary Kershaw, English radio presenter
Liz Halliday, American racing driver
Elizabeth "Liz" Sagal, American actress
Elizabeth "Liz" McColgan, Scottish Olympic runner
Elizabeth Jane "Liz" Haaby Anderson, American country music singer

Pop Culture References for the Name Liz

Elizabeth Miervaldis "Liz" Lemon, main character on TV's "30 Rock"
Elizabeth Jayne "Liz" McDonald, character on British soap "Coronation Street"
Elizabeth "Liz" Shaw, character on TV's "Doctor Who"
Elizabeth "Liz" Allan-Osborn, character in Spider-Man comics
Liz Parker, character on TV's "Roswell"
Liz Cruz, character on TV's "Nip/Tuck"
Liz Coleman Reynolds, character on American soap "One Life to Live"
Liz Turner, character on British soap "EastEnders"
Elizabeth 'Liz' Sherman, character in Hellboy comics
Liz Dunn, character in film "The Hole"
Liz Stoddard-Banks, character on TV's "It's All Relative"

Lizette, Lizz, Lyz, Lyzz

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