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  • proper n. A diminutive form of the female given name Elizabeth.


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  • Her father, Paul, said Amelia was given the middle name Lilibet, which is Queen Elizabeth's family name. | Top Stories

  • He won't back any candidate, but his wife Lilibet endorsed Obama.

    Typically Republican Nebraska can split up its electoral votes

  • When SHE was a princess Lilibet was touring bomb craters with NO Kindle, NO Palm Pilot, just a handbag.

    This crazy digital world

  • Lilibet and I appreciate all the good work that you have done with Figgie.


  • I agree with Lilibet that it helps to remember that most people aren't that attentive to what's going on with others.

    Is it the IRS?

  • On Friday, her actual birthday not to be confused with her official birthday, the anniversary of her coronation, celebrated with due pomp and ceremony in June, the queen plans to spend the day quietly at Windsor Castle with family and friends, most of whom privately call her Lilibet.

    A Birthday Fit For A Queen

  • On the coffin there is a single wreath from Queen Elizabeth, the queen mother's daughter, saying, "In loving memory, Lilibet," which was, of course, the pet name her mother gave her.

    CNN Transcript Apr 6, 2002

  • The flowers on the top of the coffin and the (UNINTELLIGIBLE) "In loving memory, Lilibet."

    CNN Transcript Apr 5, 2002

  • "In loving memory, Lilibet," it says on the card on the white flowers of the coffin for Queen Elizabeth II.

    CNN Transcript Apr 5, 2002

  • Outside the church waiting to see the Queen was Amelia Lilibet Ritchie, aged seven, who flew from Sydney with her dad. | Top Stories


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