ISABEL

Etymology

Proper noun

Isabel

A female given name from Hebrew.

• : Act V, Scene I

(rare) A matronymic surname.

Usage notes

• Isabel and Elizabeth were interchangeable in English records up to the 16th century.

Anagrams

• Bailes, Blaise, abseil, balise

Source: Wiktionary


Is"a*bel, n., Is"a*bel col"or.Etym: [F. isabelle.]

Definition: See Isabella.

Source: Webster’s Unabridged Dictionary 1913 Edition



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