Other Origin(s):Hebrew, Italian, Spanish
Meaning:Consecrated by God; Pledged to God
Ysabel is a wonderfully diverse girl's name with origins spanning French, Hebrew, Spanish, and Italian, adding a rich tapestry of cultural depth to its charm. This name carries a profound and sacred meaning, signifying being "consecrated by God" and "pledged to God," making it a beautiful choice for parents seeking a name with a spiritual touch. A delightful variant of the popular name Isabel, Ysabel is like a rare gem that stands out amidst the crowd. This name also shares its identity with the title of a magical fantasy novel by Canadian author Guy Gavriel Kay. Just as the novel's protagonist unravels a tale of love, magic, and sacrifice in the enchanting setting of Provence, France, Ysabel is a name that weaves its own spell of wonder and mystique.
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