|Subject:||Re: Kind of late, but... (in Argentina)|
|Author:||Lumia (Authenticated as Lumia)|
|Date:||April 16, 2006 at 4:40:28 AM|
|Reply to:||Kind of late, but... (in Argentina) by Acquarella|
You need to read ancient Spanish documents and the information about Elisabet as fully legit Spanish form of Elizabeth in Diccionario de nombres propios by Roberto Faure. Isabel is 100% Spanish, ok, but Elisabet is also 100% legit in Spanish.
A thing is the personal vision about a name, another the etymological/historical/legitimal facts about this name.
The spelling Isabella is only an Italian form, never Spanish. In Argentina, the Italian first names are very popular, but they are yet Italian names; used by Spanish speaking people, yes, but purelly Italian names.
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