- Elizabeth, South Australia
- Elizabeth Reef
- South Africa
- Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape
- United States
- Elizabeth, Colorado
- Elizabeth, Illinois
- Elizabeth, Indiana
- Elizabeth, Louisiana
- Elizabeth, Minnesota
- Elizabeth, New Jersey (largest city with the name in the United States)
- Elizabeth, Pennsylvania
- Elizabeth, West Virginia
- Elizabeth City, North Carolina
- Elizabeth Islands, Massachusetts
- Elizabethtown, Kentucky
- Elizabethtown, North Carolina
- Elizabeth Township, Pennsylvania (disambiguation)
- Elizabethton, Tennessee
- Elizabethtown (disambiguation)
- Cape Elizabeth, Maine
- Lake Elizabeth Township, Minnesota
- St. Elizabeth, Missouri
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