User comments for Annabel (Meaning / History Only)

Shouldn't it be listed as Scottish as well if the origin of the name is Scottish?
thesnowwhiterose  12/5/2014
Annabel is derived from the Latin AMABEL which means loveable; although, some people prefer to think of it as Anna (grace) + Belle (beauty). It is Annabel in England and the UK primarily, and Annabelle in France. It is my daughter's name.
Raychulannie  7/17/2007
Annabel is Scottish, Annabelle is French and English.
― Anonymous User  10/20/2006

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