Meaning : God is my Oath, God Is My Oath,

Origin : Macedonian, Bulgarian,

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Elisaveta Expression, Elisaveta Soul Urge, Elisaveta Inner Dream


Numerology information Elisaveta:

numerologyName Number: 4 Meaning: Stability, Sameness, Regular, Rules, Condition, Responsibility, Routine, Frame, Detail, Order


Additional information Elisaveta:

additionalBulgarian form of the name Elizabeth

additionalBulgarian and Macedonian form of ELIZABETH


Songs about Elisaveta:

songsLyubov (By Elisaveta Bagryana) by Miroslav Mindov from the Album Lyubovna Lirika Ot Savremenni Bulgarski Poeti (Love Lyrics From Contemporary Bulgarian Poets)


Books about Elisaveta:

booksPlays - Ivanov, The Cherry Orchard, Seagull, Three Sisters, etc transl Elisaveta Fen. by Chekhov ] Anton & Fen, Elisaveta [translator] Chehov (1960)

booksBiography - Belcheva, Elisaveta (1893-1991): An article from: Contemporary Authors by Gale Reference Team (Dec 16, 2007)

booksWell Read 3 Student Book: Skills and Strategies for Reading by Pasternak, Mindy, Wrangell, Elisaveta [2007] (0100)

booksWell Read 4: Skills and Strategies for Reading, Student's Book by Mindy Pasternak, Elisaveta Wrangell [2007] (0100)

booksWell Read 4 by Mindy Pasternak, Elisaveta Wrangell. (Oxford University Press, USA,2007) [Paperback] (Mar 7, 0007)

booksWell Read 3 Student Book by Pasternak, Mindy, Wrangell, Elisaveta. (Oxford University Press, USA,2007) [Paperback... (Jun 7, 0007)

booksVoices of sibyls: Three Bulgarian poets--Elisaveta Bagryana, Nevena Stefanova, Snezhina Slavova (1996)


Wiki information Elisaveta:

Elisaveta Bagriana
Poet, Deceased Person, Lyricist, Author, Award Nominee, Person

Elisaveta Bagryana, born Elisaveta Lyubomirova Belcheva, was a Bulgarian poet who wrote her first verses while living with her family in Veliko Tarnovo in 1907–08. She, along with Dora Gabe, is considered one as the "first ladies of Bulgarian womens'...

Elisaveta Bykova
Chess Player, Author, Person, Deceased Person

Elisaveta Ivanovna Bykova was a Soviet chess player and the third and fifth Women's World Chess Champion, from 1953 until 1956, and again from 1958 to 1962. She was awarded the title of Woman International Master in 1950, International Master in...