Origin:Hebrew
Popularity:292
Meaning:Pledged to God, God is perfection, God is my oath
Isabelle is a girl’s name of Hebrew and French origins, meaning “pledged to God,” “God is perfection,” and “God is my oath.” Child to mama Elizabeth, adorable Isabelle perches alongside cousins Anabelle and Gabrielle, who equally air a romantic appeal. When shortened to Belle, the name translates to “beautiful” in French, adding further luster to the feminine title. Carrying strong biblical ties and a melodic charm, baby Isabelle is sure to be the belle of the ball.

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Source: Social Security Administration

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