What’s in a baby name? Nicknames for Eliza
Looking for nicknames for Eliza…?
Eliza: what does the baby name mean?
Are you thinking of using the baby name Eliza, or looking for nicknames for Eliza?
First, some background on the name. Eliza is an English baby name with Hebrew origins, meaning ‘pledged to God’ or ‘God is my oath.’
Although it is sometimes used as a nickname in itself, as a shortened version of the regal baby name Elizabeth, it is also a stand-alone name.
Considered a ‘vintage’ baby name, Eliza is a baby name one that has become more popular in recent years, following the trend for using baby names that were previously considered old-fashioned names.
How we picked our baby name:
It took us ages to pick our Eliza’s name – it was a long process of me suggesting an obscure old lady name and being instantly vetoed by my husband.
Both Alex and I are known by short versions of our names, so we knew we wanted something with nickname potential. After a long process of elimination, we decided to go with Eliza, which is a family name on Alex’s side of the family, one we loved and one we knew had nickname potential.
As always with babies, after a long process of picking a name, it turns out there’s now a million different things we call her, most of which are only tenuously linked to her name. I’m sure even now this list doesn’t include them all, but here goes:
Nick names for the baby name Eliza:
Obvious Nicknames For Eliza:
Less Obvious Nicknames For Eliza:
- Lion / Liono / Liono Blair
- Eliza Minelli
- The possibilities are endless!
Do you call your baby by bizarre nicknames? What’s the oddest one? Tell me it’s not just us!
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