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Gender: female
Pronunciation: LYZ-ah, LYE-za, LEE-zah
Meaning: my God is a vow, devoted to God, God of plenty
Related Names: Aliza, Eliza, Elizabeth, Leeza, Leza, Lisa, Litsea, Litzea, Liz, Lizzie, Luiza, Lyza

Length: 4 Gender: {{#if female

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Rank in 2000s: 0 0

Name: liza Origin: Greek,,, Hebrew,,, English,, Meaning (no case): my god is a vow, devoted to god, god of plenty




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ORIGIN AND HISTORY

The name Liza comes from Elisheva, a Hebrew name meaning "God's promise." Other suggested meanings also relate to the fulfillment of a promise, including "God's perfection" and "God's satisfaction."[1]

POPULARITY

The name Liza is used in English, Hungarian, and Russian. [1] According to the Social Security Administration, it ranked among the top 1000 names for girls at the beginning and end of the twentieth century; from 1914 through 1957, however, it did not make the top 1000 list. It has again become a less popular name choice, failing to rank among the top 1000 names since 1992. [1]

  • 1992: Rank = 987
  • 1991: Rank = 885
  • 1990: Rank = 890
  • 1989: Rank = 747
  • 1988: Rank = 783
  • 1987: Rank = 768
  • 1986: Rank = 775
  • 1985: Rank = 713

FACTS

  • Liza is a genus of ray-finned fish of the family Mugilidae, commonly known as mullet. The genus Liza includes 24 species.[1]
  • The name Liza has been used for four tropical cyclones in the Eastern Pacific Ocean: Tropical Storm Liza (1961), Hurricane Liza (1968), Tropical Storm Liza (1972), and Hurricane Liza (1976).

NAMESAKES

  • Liza Colby Chandler - fictional character on the television soap opera All My Children
  • Liza - fictional character in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers

FAMOUS PERSONS

  • Liza Minnelli (b. 1946) - American singer and actress; two-time Tony Award Winner and 1972 Academy Award winner
  • Liza Berggren (b. 1986) - Swedish fashion model and dancer
  • Liza Bochkariova (b. 1978) - Ukrainian professional racing cyclist
  • Lady Elizabeth "Liza" Campbell (b. 1959) - artist, calligrapher, columnist, and writer born in Scotland
  • Liza Snyder (b. 1968) - American actress who starred on the television sitcom Yes, Dear


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OTHER LIZA'S

Liza Smith, Liza Johnson, Liza Williams, Liza Jones, Liza Brown, Liza Davis, Liza Miller, Liza Wilson, Liza Moore, Liza Taylor, Liza Abate, Liza Abdullah, Liza Abrams, Liza Abramson, Liza Abujaber, Liza Ackles, Liza Addo, Liza Abellano, Liza Abellera, Liza Abreu, Liza Achuela, Liza Acker, Liza Adams, Liza Abad, Liza Abadin, Liza Abadjian, Liza Abalo, Liza Abarquez, Liza Abbott, Liza Abedin, Liza Abel, Liza Abelardo, Liza Abeles, Liza Abercrombie, Liza Abitz, Liza Abkowicz, Liza Ablao, Liza Abraham, Liza Abrazak, Liza Abregana, Liza Abstender, Liza Acabado, Liza Accornero, Liza Acedo, Liza Acero, Liza Acevedo, Liza Achurra, Liza Ackbar, Liza Ackerman, Liza Acos, More results

Author: Samantha Bell

Facts about LizaRDF feed
Gender female  +
Length 4  +
Meaning my God is a vow, devoted to God, God of plenty  +
Meaningnc my god is a vow, devoted to god, god of plenty  +
Name liza  +
Origin Greek  +, Hebrew  +, and English  +
Popularity 0  +
Pronunciation LYZ-ah, LYE-za, LEE-zah  +
Rank in 2000s 0  +
Related Aliza  +, Eliza  +, Elizabeth  +, Leeza  +, Leza  +, Lisa  +, Litsea  +, Litzea  +, Liz  +, Lizzie  +, Luiza  +, and Lyza  +
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