|Subject:||Norwegian Name "Iselin"?|
|Author:||Crimson Girl (guest, 220.127.116.11)|
|Date:||June 27, 2005 at 1:44:21 PM|
I was looking at the Norwegian equivalent of the Social Security Administration's baby name popularity list and came across the name Iselin. It was #63 for girls in that country last year but I've never heard it before. I've been unable to find its origin or meaning anywhere. Isleen is a Celtic name that means "dream" and is a variation of Aislinn. Could Iselin be related?
Also, is it pronounced with a short "i" like Isabel or an "ee" sound like Isolde?
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