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I love this name and as a Spanish speaker this name would suit my future daughter who will be born sometime this late
June or early July. My dw likes it as well and we both have relatives in Spain, which will make it easier for them to pronounce, a lot better than the way more popular version known as Isabella.
― Anonymous User  5/12/2019
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This spelling makes more sense then Isabella in Spanish, because the double L sound in Spanish is pronounced with sort of a Y sound. Horse (caballo) is said as ca-bye-yo, for example. Isabella pronounced as Is-A-Beh-Yuh sounds less pretty then Isabela for me. Isabela looks a bit better then Isabella to me and seems less trendy despite a one letter difference.
OnyxMoon  3/22/2019
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Looks strange spelled with one L.
― Anonymous User  6/5/2018
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The name Isabela was given to 346 girls born in the US in 2016.
― Anonymous User  6/7/2017
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In portuguese Isabela is pronounced ee-zah-BE-lah. Here in Brazil is written in many ways, with s, z, l, ll, y etc.
― Anonymous User  12/15/2012
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Extremely uncommon in Portugal, but used widely in Brazil.
SugarPlumFairy  1/12/2011
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Isabela is also Czech variant.
Maggie_Simpson  10/30/2007
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Isabela´s pet forms are Isa, Isie, Issa, Isabelka, Bella, Isobel.
Karcoolka  4/9/2007
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Famous bearer: actress Isabela Bencová.
Maggie_Simpson  8/4/2006
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Isabela I of Spain, who was married to King Fernando V, comissioned Cristobal Colón to attempt to sail west to the Indies.
― Anonymous User  7/14/2006
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This name isn't Portuguese. [noted -ed]
Aki  7/7/2006
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Correcting Aki, this name IS Portuguese too. I've met two Portuguese Isabelas.
NessCortese  4/21/2009
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This is a town in Puerto Rico.
wiswina  12/3/2005

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