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Origin of the name ISABELLE.
Etymology of the name ISABELLE.
Meaning of the baby name ISABELLE.


ISABELLE.  French form of Latin Isabella (q.v.), meaning "to whom God (is) an oath."  Usage: America, England, France. 

    Elisabeth of Hainault, on her marriage with Philippe Auguste, seems to have been the first to suffer the transmutation into Isabelle, the French being the nation of all others who delighted to bring everything into conformity with their own pronunciation.  The royal name thus introduced became popular among the crown vassals, and Isabelle of Angouleme, betrothed to Hugues de Lusignan, but married to King John, brought Isabel to England, whence her daughter, the wife of Friedrich II., conveyed Isabella to Germany and Sicily... (History of Christian Names, Yonge, 1884)


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