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Princess Elsa of Brabant was a fictional character in early German Arthurian literature popularized by composer Richard Wagner in his 1848 opera "Lohengrin." The German short form of Elizabeth, the name has been used steadily since the 19th century, peaking in 1895 at No. 215. Mexican supermodel Elsa Benitez is a famous bearer.
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