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Issabella is a modern English variant spelling of popular girl’s name Isabella. It means “pledged to God” and is the Spanish, Italian, and Romanian version of the English name Elizabeth. Issabella is a unique twist on the name that has been in the top 10 names since 2004.

Meaning of the name Issabella:

English, Spanish, Italian: pledged to God

Origin of the name Issabella:

Issabella is a modern English girl’s name that means “pledged to God”. Issabella is a modern variant spelling of Isabella.

Symbolism of the name Issabella:

Issabella was a popular name in Victorian literature and brings to mind the elegance and class of Victorian polite society.

Baby name issabella

Style of the name Issabella:

modern

Gender of the name Issabella:

Issabella is a girl's name.

Pronunciation of the name Issabella:

ee-sa-BEH-la

Number of syllables in the name Issabella:

four

Emotion evoked from the name Issabella:

Issabella evokes feelings of beauty and creativity.

Alternative spellings for the name Issabella:

Isabella, Isabela, Esabella

Nicknames for the name Issabella:

Popularity of the name Issabella:

According to the Social Security Administration, Isabella is a unique, modern baby girl’s name that has never appeared in the top 1000 names. The more common spelling of Isabella has been in the top 10 names since 2004.

Related names for the name Issabella:

Great middle names for the name Issabella and their meanings:

Famous people with the name Issabella:

  • Isabella Stewart Gardner (American art collector and socialite)
  • Isabella Mary Beeton (English cookbook author)
  • Isabella Acres (American actress)
  • Isabella Boylston (American ballerina)
  • Isabella Tobias (American ice dancer)

Issabella in popular culture:

  • Isabella Knightley (literature, “Emma” by Jane Austen”)
  • Isabella Thorpe (literature, “Northanger Abbey” by Jane Austen)
  • Isabella Linton (literature, “Wuthering Heights” by Emily Bronte)
  • Isabella “Ivy” Valentine (video game “Soul Calibur”)
  • Isabella “Bella” Swan (media, Twilight series)