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Wouldn't this name mean 'beautiful sweet'? Considering that 'dulce' means 'sweet' and 'bella' means beautiful. I think it's a lovely name, a bit old-fashioned of course, but it can be shortened to 'Bella.'
PeacieFreak13  1/1/2006
I believe "pretty" and "beautiful" are quite one and the same.
― Anonymous User  8/13/2009
In A.A. Milne's play The Ugly Duckling there is a character named Dulcibella.
― Anonymous User  9/12/2008
Haha, I'm surprised this isn't in the top 1000. It seems like parents will use whatever ridiculous name they can just to get the nickname Bella these days.
― Anonymous User  6/15/2013
I'm not a fan of the name Dulcibella. It's unique, however it sounds quite strange. I find Isabella much prettier than this name. I wonder if this name will ever grow on me...?
― Anonymous User  3/29/2015
There is a book called The story of Dulcibella and the fairies written by Alice M Raiker (published in 1919).
― Anonymous User  3/29/2015

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