This Polish and Hungarian version of Isabella first caught the eye of American parents near the turn of the century. But in terms of popularity, Isabella is a top girls' name in the US, far ahead of her sister name Izabella. Both names come from the same stock, which is the Latin form of Isabel (which is the Spanish version of Elisabeth).
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Source: Social Security Administration
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