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Pronounced Ah-nah-beh-yah in Spanish.
-- Elianita  12/15/2008
It is actually written ANABELA in Spanish.
-- ely_riverbank  4/17/2011
And therefore, since it's not ANABELLA but ANABELA, it should be pronounced ah-nah-BE-lah ("ah" as in "that", "e" as in "get").
-- ely_riverbank  4/17/2011
This is just a little over the top... Just a little. Anabella/Annabella is just an obnoxiously pseudo-pretentious name hyper-trendy parents make up because Isabella is so nauseatingly common but they still can't get over the practical fanaticism of names that end in -Bella/-Ella. I can say with certainty that I am not a fan of Annabella, Anabella, Arabella, Isabella, or any of the other names parents these days come up with. It's sad though, because the -Ella/-Bella ending was really pretty once...
-- Anonymous User  6/5/2013
Anabella Drummond (born c. 1350) was the queen consort of Scotland between 1390 and 1401. (So much for the name being "just an obnoxiously pseudo-pretentious name hyper-trendy parents make up because Isabella is so nauseatingly common but they still can't get over the practical fanaticism of names that end in -Bella/-Ella.")
-- Kosta  12/27/2013

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