I've found a message in the archive ... and as i cannot reply to it, i begin a new post here ...
The message was:http://www.behindthename.com/bb/arcview.php?id=256196&board=gen
> Subject: Trying to find the origin of Isaline
> Author: Amanda Alexander
> Date: June
30, 2005 at 11:42:19 AM
> Good day,
> I honestly don't know what you can do, because I have very little information, but I'd like to at least try.
> I named my daughter Isaline in honour of my mother, but I have not had any luck trying to find anything that could tell me what her name means. Unfortunately, I have had no luck within the family trying to understand the history, other than it has passed down from a great-aunt to my mother, and now to my daugther.
> Our family originally comes from an island called Dominica
and is part of the British Commonwealth. I think the name may have an English, Irish or Welsh origin, but that's all I've got.
> If somebody knows of anyone else who may have this name, or where I could start doing my research, I would really be grateful. I just feel it's important, not only for my daughter to know who has been named like her, but how it could reflect her personality.
> Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
if there is anyone out there who could help me.
And, there was one answer here:
> Subject: Re
: Trying to find the origin of Isaline
> Author: Miss Claire
(Authenticated as Miss Claire
> Date: June
30, 2005 at 1:52:10 PM
> Reply to: Trying to find the origin of Isaline by Amanda Alexander
> Isaline seems to be trendy in my country (France
). I don't know what it means or what's the origin, but it could be Isa
+ trendy ending line, or Isa
+ Line (French form of Lina
, pet form of Aline
, and so on).
> ~~ Claire
To reply, here is the information i have ...
So, i've named my daughter Ysaline (with a Y) and i've done some search.
It seems that is a french name, gived to the french nobility in the last centuries
I've open a wikipedia page here:http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ysaline
Sorry, it is in French, but i can try to translate it for you:
Other form of the name: Isaline, Isalyne, Ysalis, Isoline, Ysoline, Yzaline, Izolina, Iseline, Yseult
First explanation: Isaline and Ysaline are coming from Isabelle
... a very common french name which come from Elisabeth
... In hebrew, the meaning of elisabeth is "God is my house" (elicheva ou El-Yah-Beth)
Second explanation (more for Ysaline than for Isaline i think) --> Ysaline --> Ysoline --> come from Ysoie which is the old french name of "Eusébie" (via the step "Eusoye"). There was 3 different Saints which was named Eusébie --> 3 Sainte Eusébie in France
) ... There is even a little village in france named "Sainte-Eusoye"
Eusébie come from Eusèbe (the french name ... same root than the more common spanish name Eusebio
) ... it comes from the greek and means "pious"
It is all the information i have :-)
If you have more information, free to you to give me your infos ... or to create the wikipedia page in english :-)
We have named our daughter Ysaline because a grand aunt was named Isoline --> we have done some search, and found than Isaline and Ysaline was beter ...Hope
Jean-Michel Reghem (Belgium)