Elisamarie

What does the baby name Elisamarie mean? Learn about what Elisamarie means, its history & origin, popularity in our random name database, pronunciation, similar names, nicknames & spelling variations.

Elisamarie - Name Meaning, Origin & Popularity

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E-L-I-S-A-M-A-R-I-E, is a 10-letter female given name.
Meaning of Elisamarie
God is my oath.
Origin of Elisamarie
'Elisamarie' is a combination of two names, Elisabeth and Marie. Elisabeth is of Hebrew origin and means 'God is my oath' or 'pledged to God'. Marie, on the other hand, is of French and Latin origin and means 'bitter' or 'beloved'. By combining these two names, 'Elisamarie' creates a harmonious blend of meanings, symbolizing a devotion to God that is both beloved and enduring.

The earliest known use of the name 'Elisamarie' dates back to the early 19th century. It was most likely created as a variation or combination of the popular names Elisabeth and Marie, which were both widely used during that time.
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Popularity of Elisamarie
The popularity of the name 'Elisamarie' has fluctuated over time. While it has never been among the top names in any given year, it has maintained a steady presence. In recent years, there has been a slight increase in the usage of the name, indicating a growing appreciation for its unique combination and meaning.
Elisamarie currently has 2 likes, and is in the top 14% of liked girl's names. The name Abayomi is slightly more popular than Elisamarie.

Etymology of Elisamarie

The name 'Elisamarie' combines elements from two different languages. Elisabeth, with its Hebrew origin, and Marie, with its French and Latin roots. Elisabeth is derived from the Hebrew name Elisheva, which means 'God is my oath'. Marie, on the other hand, is a variation of the Latin name Maria, which is derived from the Hebrew name Miriam, meaning 'bitter' or 'beloved'. By combining these two names, 'Elisamarie' creates a beautiful fusion of linguistic roots, representing a connection to both Hebrew and Latin cultures.

Cultural Significance of Elisamarie

While 'Elisamarie' does not have any specific cultural significance, it draws upon the cultural heritage of both Hebrew and Latin languages. The name reflects a sense of religious devotion and the importance of faith in one 's life. It also carries a sense of elegance and sophistication, reminiscent of French and Latin cultures.