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Liz

[liz] /lɪz/
noun
1.
a female given name, form of Elizabeth.
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  • An' I'm thinkin', Liz,' says I, 'he'll say things no man ever said afore—t' you.'

  • I ain't a spy, 'Liz'beth Berry, and I ain't paid by no livin' soul.

    Fair Harbor

    Joseph Crosby Lincoln
  • Liz took the shilling, looked at it and at me with an earnest air, and shook her head.

    The Gypsies Charles G. Leland
  • "If ye hadn't gi'n me warnin', Liz, that there stun'd about fixed me," he remarked.

    Earth's Enigmas Charles G. D. Roberts
  • She said an unpronounceable word and added: "You may call me Liz."

    The Gift Bearer Charles Louis Fontenay

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