Isabella
Origin/Usage
Danish, Dutch, English, Italian, Latin
Pronunciation
iz-ə-BEL-ə
Meaning
Promise of God
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Isabella is a variant of Isabel. Isabel originates in Latin language and means "promise of God". Ultimately, it is derived from Elizabeth, originating in Hebrew. Some sources suggest that Isabel is simply a Spanish and Portuguese form of Elizabeth. Most recently, the name Isabella was popularized by the character Isabella Swan in Twilight series written by Stephenie Meyer. Currently, it is a number one in the chart of popular feminine given names in the United States.

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Famous Isabellas

Isabella Alden - writer
Isabella Bird - published author
Isabella Campbell - artist
Isabella Gregory - published author
Isabella Horry - writer
Isabella Kaiser - writer
Isabella Trotter - published author

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