Origin:French
Popularity:359
Meaning:Pledged to God, God is my oath, God is perfection
Isabel is a girl’s name of French and Hebrew origins and means “pledged to God,” “God is my oath,” and “God is perfection.” Isabel first came to prominence in southwest Europe during the Middle Ages and in the form of elegant Elizabeth. The name was originally spelled as Elisabel, but the “El” was dropped as it stretched throughout the continent. Stylish Isabel sports a smart yet chic appeal, with its beautiful belle ending enhancing its romantic charm. With promised ties to faith and boasting a chimelike air, Isabel certainly has a ring to it.

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