Elizabeth

Elizabeth or Elisabeth is the Greek transliteration (Ἐλισάβετ, Elisábet) of the Hebrew name Elisheba, meaning `Oath of my God`. Elizabeth or Elisabeth have given rise to the nicknames of Libby, Lisa, Liza, Lilly, Liz, Lily, Beth, Ella, Elisa, Elise, and many others. Eliza, Elspeth, Elsa, Isabel, and Isabella, are among the many etymolo.....
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Elizabeth

(1709-1762) Empress of Russia from 1741, daughter of Peter the Great. She carried through a palace revolution and supplanted her cousin, the infant Ivan VI (1730-1764), on the throne. She continued the policy...
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Elizabeth

(from the article `Descartes, René`) In 1644 Descartes published Principles of Philosophy, a compilation of his physics and metaphysics. He dedicated this work to Princess Elizabeth ...
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Elizabeth

(from the article `Henry VII`) Bohemia was acquired through the Bohemian princess Elizabeth, who, in exchange for imperial assistance in her attempt to seize the throne of Bohemia ...
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(from the article `Holy Family`) ...current in all areas of western Europe from the 14th through the 17th century. In the 16th and 17th centuries it was often augmented by the ... the visit, described in the Gospel According to Luke (1:39–56), made by the Virgin Mary, pregnant with the infant Jesus, to her cousin Elizabeth. At ......
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Elizabeth

[n] - daughter of George VI who became the Queen of England and Northern Ireland in 1952 on the death of her father (1926-) 2. [n] - Queen of England from 1558 to 1603
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Elizabeth

noun Queen of England from 1558 to 1603; daughter of Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn; she succeeded Mary I (who was a Catholic) and restored Protestantism to England; during her reign Mary Queen of Scots was executed and the Spanish Armada was defeated; her reign w...
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Elizabeth

(biblical) In the New Testament, mother of John the Baptist. She was a cousin of Jesus' mother Mary, who came to see her shortly after the Annunciation; on this visit (called the Visitation), Mary sang the hymn of praise later to be known as the `Magnificat`
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Elizabeth

[biblical figure] Elizabeth, also spelled Elisabeth (Greek Ἐλισάβετ) or Elisheba (from the Hebrew אֱלִישֶׁבַע / אֱלִישָׁבַע `My God has sworn`; Standard Hebrew Elišévaʿ Elišávaʿ, Tiberian Hebrew ʾĔlîšéḇaʿ ʾĔlîšāḇaʿ; Arabic أليصاباتAlyassabat), was the mother of John the Baptist an...
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Elizabeth

[BioShock] Elizabeth is a fictional character and A.I. companion in BioShock Infinite, the third in Irrational Games` BioShock franchise. With the game set in 1912 on a sky city (named Columbia) based on American exceptionalism, Elizabeth is to take over the city once its current leader (or `Prophet`), Father Comstock, dies. Elizabeth can m...
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Elizabeth

[Charlotte neighborhood] Elizabeth takes its name from Elizabeth College, a small Lutheran women’s college founded in 1897 on the present-day site of Presbyterian Hospital. Elizabeth began to develop rapidly after 1902, when a trolley line was completed, and was annexed in 1907. Home of Independence Park, the first public park in the city...
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Elizabeth

[East Indiaman] The Elizabeth was a 650-ton cargo ship chartered by private merchants (and thus not technically an East Indiaman) to sail to Madras and Bengal with a cargo of metals, beer glass and trade goods as well as a substantial number of passengers and lascars. On 28 December 1810, she was wrecked on the Dunkirk brake. ==Loss== The s...
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Elizabeth

[given name] Elizabeth is a feminine given name derived from the Greek Elisávet (Ελισάβετ), which is a form of the Hebrew name Elisheva ({Hebrew|אֱלִישֶׁבַע}), meaning `My God is an oath` or `My God is abundance.` `Elizabeth` appears in the Old Testament as the name of Aaron`s wife (`Elisheva`), and in the New Testament ...
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Elizabeth

[NJT station] At the station the tracks of the Pennsylvania Railroad (today`s Northeast Corridor) crossed over the tracks of the Central Railroad of New Jersey (CNJ); both railroads had stations there and passengers could transfer between them. The CNJ right-of-way in Elizabeth is now abandoned, and passenger trains which serve the former C...
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Elizabeth

[Sadie] ==Summary== Taken on a training exercise in Camp Aibano, Japan ...
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[soundtrack] Elizabeth is the original soundtrack of the 1998 Academy Award- and Golden Globe-winning film Elizabeth starring Cate Blanchett, Geoffrey Rush, Christopher Eccleston, Richard Attenborough and Joseph Fiennes. The original score was composed by David Hirschfelder. The album won the BAFTA Award for Best Film Music and was nominate...
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Elizabeth

city, seat (1857) of Union county, northeastern New Jersey, U.S. It lies on Newark Bay and Arthur Kill (channel; connected by the Goethals Bridge to ...
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Elizabeth

Elizabeth is a Hebrew name for girls. The meaning is `devoted to God` The name Elizabeth is most commonly given to American girls. What do they use in other countries? Lilo (German) Elisee Elizah Elise (English) Elis Isabel (Spanish, Portuguese, French, English) Elisah Eliza (English) Elisa (German) Lies (Dutch) Eliesse Elysha Elysia (English) Elsh...
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Elizabeth

Elizabeth is Queen of King Edward IV in King Richard III.
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Elizabeth

Elizabeth, 1596–1662, queen of Bohemia, daughter of James I of England. Her beauty attracted most of the royal suitors of Europe (she was nicknamed the “Queen of Hearts”), but she was married (1613) to Frederick V, elector palatine (see Frederick the Winter King) in order to cement...
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Elizabeth

Elizabeth, 1709–62, czarina of Russia (1741–62), daughter of Peter I and Catherine I. She gained the throne by overthrowing the young czar, Ivan VI, and the regency of his mother, Anna Leopoldovna. Her coup was made possible by her popularity with the imperial guards, who hated the Germa...
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Elizabeth

Elizabeth, 1764–94, sister of King Louis XVI of France, known as Madame Elizabeth. Deeply loyal to her brother, she remained in France during the French Revolution, suffered imprisonment, and was guillotined.
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Elizabeth

Elizabeth, 1837–98, empress of Austria and queen of Hungary. A Bavarian princess, she was married (1854) to her cousin, Emperor Francis Joseph. Despite her exceptional beauty, intelligence, and kindness she led an unhappy domestic life, which was marred, moreover, by family tragedies (notably ...
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Elizabeth

Elizabeth, 1843–1916, queen of Romania, consort of King Carol I, whom she married in 1869. Of German birth, she was the daughter of Hermann, prince of Wied. She completely identified herself with her adopted people and devoted herself to their cultural development. Under the pseudonym Carmen S...
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Elizabeth

Elizabeth, 1900–2002, queen consort of George VI of Great Britain, mother of Elizabeth II and Princess Margaret, b. London. She was Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon until her marriage (1923). During the Blitz in World War II, she and the king remained in London, becoming symbols of courage to the Bri...
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