I am a huge Mortal Instruments fan, but I prefer Isobel. But ISABELLE is GORGEOUS :). Which do you think is better, Isabel, Isabelle, or Isabella? Meaning of the name Isabelle: A Spanish variant form of Elisabeth (God is my oath). Isobel is the Scottish version, Isabella the Italian, and Izabel is used in Brazil. Australia's Most Popular Baby Names Show Unique Style. I don't see why not. There are a few comments here relating to Isabelle Lightwood, so I must admit that softens my view here somewhat, but I still DO NOT like this name, or perhaps I simply dislike popular names? I like Isabella but it's a little too much for me. Its so pretty! I used to hate this name but now, i picture a tall strong young girl, with beautiful black hair and charcoal colored eyes, defeating evil, yes it is Isabelle Lightwood. Isabella was the fifth most popular name in the United States in 2019. I love this name for a daughter, but is Isabelle Noelle (Noelle being her middle name) to much. and Isabella I just connect to all the femme fatales in books and TV with this name. I certainly prefer Arabella. A pretty, strong name. Isabelle's a name about which everything is lovely, except how many other little Isabelles you'll meet. To rate names on Nameberry, please register for an account or log in to an existing account. What a beautiful name. ASSOCIATED WITH oath. But Isobel would be a great alternative. Both forms of the name exist concurrently in various languages. See the popularity of the girl's name Isabelle over time, plus its meaning, origin, common sibling names, and more in BabyCenter's Baby Names tool. This is one of my all-time favourite girls' names. (only semi sarcastic lol). Isabelle is also a derivative of Isabel (Hebrew). If you were to break the name down you could potentially think of it meaning 'beautiful' because of the -belle ending. Isabelle is the French variation of Isabel, which emerged in the Middle ages as an Occitan form of Elizabeth. I like that it's a classic name and girly, and seems to go well with our other daughter's names. My name is Isabelle, and I wouldn't want it spelled any other way. I much prefer Isabelle... it seems classier to me. But I like Isabelle alot in a normal 'I like' way. Its just to bad it is so popular. • Isabel I (1451–1504), Queen of Castile and Léon (1474–1504), Queen consort of Aragon (1479–1504) It feels weird for me, an atheist, to name my kid something that means "pledged to God.". If you broke it up, Isa means strong willed and Belle means beautiful. In my opinion, this is a boring name, as is its descendant, Isabella. I usually go by Elle or Belle. My name is Isabella, but for some reason, I would rather be an Isabelle than an Isabella. Isabelle has other variants including Isabel and Ysabel, yet she remains the most popular version of the name. Love the books, but I'm not doing that to my kids. [4] The variant form originated through the loss of the first syllable and the replacement of final /t/ with /l/ (as /t/ does not appear word-finally in standard Spanish). Girl's name meaning, origin, and popularity. Nameberry is a registered trademark of Nameberry, LLC. Isabelle is an alternate spelling of Elizabeth (Hebrew). Both names have been borrowed into multiple other languages, giving rise to various local forms. Meh. I prefer the spelling Ysabel. She has a sweet side with eye-catching appeal, winning over parents with her delicate styling. It's Scottish, and I love Irish and Scottish names. It has become quite a common name, but it's classic. Isabella is the Latinate form of Isabel, a variation of Elizabeth which originally derived from the Hebrew name Elisheba. A variation of Isabel, itself a variation of Elizabeth, meaning "devoted to God" in Hebrew. Isabella is a feminine given name, which is the Latinised form of Hebrew Elisheba (whence also Elizabeth). Gianna Noelle Bartel or Kennedy Noelle Bartel ? The name Isabelle means God Is My Oath and is of French origin. Nicknames: Bella… I love this name and the variant Isobel, but I kind of hate the meaning. I like a variant that wasn't included, Isobel. Medieval queens Isabella of Angoulême and Isabella of France helped popularize the name in the United Kingdom. Var: Isabell, Isabella. The one downside is I have also always loved the nickname Alec for Alexander, and there is no way I can have a Alec and a Isabelle, with all the Mortal Instrument book references. [6], "Isabelle" redirects here. This set of names is a Spanish variant of the Hebrew name Elisheba through Latin and Greek represented in English and other western languages as Elisabeth.[2][3]. Medieval queens Isabella of Angoulême and Isabella of France helped popularize the name in the United Kingdom. It originates as the medieval Spanish form of Elisabeth (ultimately Hebrew Elisheba), Arising in the 12th century, it became popular in England in the 13th century following the marriage of Isabella of Angoulême to the king of England. To me, Isabel looks incomplete (that might just be because one of my best friends is called Isabelle, so I'm used to seeing it written) and also seems more old-fashioned. It may refer to: These 16 names were selected by our users that were looking for other names like Isabelle. I'm not sure, but Isabelle/Isabel/Isobel/(especially) Isabella are all on the no go list for me, despite the fact I have a cousin who was named Isabelle at the height of its trendiness Oh tHe MoRtIfICAtion! Isabelle and all her beautiful sisters have risen quickly through the ranks over the past decade or so to dominate their mother name, Elizabeth. I hate Izzy because they are wasting such a beautiful name. I prefer Isabelle to Isabella because that extra syllable on Isabella is too much. [5] Elisabeth was understood in Spain as a name with the masculine definite article el "the", that is to say *El Isabeth, from it, the short form *Isabeth where the final -el was substituted to -eth, both for esthetical reasons or feminization,[2] or the entire syllable -bel was substituted to -beth, by analogy with bella "pretty, beautiful". It allows you to go beyond the similarities of a name, which can provide a lot of inspiration! Nameberry is a registered trademark of Nameberry, LLC. I guess it also means ' strong willed and beautiful ', I like Isobel in a really weird way. The option would be Isabelle Cristina (Cristina being a middle name). All pregnancy, parenting, and birth videos >, the most helpful and trustworthy pregnancy and parenting information. Name Guru to the Stars: Baby Names for Nicki Minaj and more! ENDS WITH -belle. The name Isabella is a girl's name of Hebrew, Spanish, Italian origin meaning "pledged to God". The name Isabelle is a girl's name of French origin meaning "pledged to God". Isabelle as a girls' name is a Hebrew name, and the meaning of the name Isabelle is "God is my oath". Jeff Bridges has a grown daughter named Isabelle, while more recently Kerry Washington used it for her daughter. I love the name but it seems a little common where I live. I can't decide between Isabelle and Isobel though.. Isabelle is the French variation of Isabel, which emerged in the Middle ages as an Occitan form of Elizabeth. The spelling of Isabelle seems more balanced to me than Isabel. I love both Isabelle and Alexander, nn Alec, but TMI is too mainstream in pop culture for it to go unnoticed. Isabel seems a bit old-fashioned to me personally (although ironically I quite like Isobel...?) I prefer Isabel but Isabelle is pretty and preferable to Isabella, which is too much to me, Isabelle. Short: Bell, Bella, Belle. I prefer Isabelle. I hope to be able to use it on a daughter of my own some day. Try Ysabelle (pronounced EE-sah-bell) instead. © 2020 Nameberry.com. Me too! Would you like to follow Isabelle?

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