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Elizabeth(中文版)



Picture description:
Mary visits Elizabeth (left)
Picture copyright:Cook Communications Ministries
Appeared In:
Exodus 6:23; Luke 1:5
Gender:
Female
Pronunciation:
i-LIZ-ə-bəth (English)
Meaning:
It came from the Greek name Ελισαβετ (Elisabet) which was derived from the Hebrew name אֱלִישֶׁבַע ('Elisheva'), meaning “God is a vow”. In the Old Testament, Elisheba was the name of Aaron’s wife. In the New Testament, Elizabeth was a relative of Mary and the mother of John the Baptist.
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Keywords:
Elizabeth   Mary   John the Baptist   vow   Aaron   Isabel   Lilian  
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