Given Name SABELLA

GENDER: Feminine
PRONOUNCED: sə-BEL-ə  [details]

Meaning & History

Short form of ISABELLA.
VARIANTS: Bella, Belle, Ibbie, Issy, Izzy
OTHER LANGUAGES/CULTURES: Zabel (Armenian), Elixabete (Basque), Elisabeth, Elisheba, Elizabeth (Biblical), Elisabet (Biblical Greek), Elisheva (Biblical Hebrew), Elisabeth (Biblical Latin), Elisaveta (Bulgarian), Elisabet (Catalan), Elizabeta (Croatian), Alžběta (Czech), Elisabet, Elisabeth, Isabella (Danish), Elisabeth, Isabella, Isabelle, Isa, Liesbeth, Lijsbeth (Dutch), Eliisabet (Estonian), Elisabet (Finnish), Élisabeth, Isabel, Isabelle (French), Sabela (Galician), Elisabed (Georgian), Elisabeth, Isabel, Isabelle, Isa, Isabell, Isabella (German), Elisavet (Greek), Elikapeka (Hawaiian), Elisheva (Hebrew), Erzsébet, Izabella (Hungarian), Elísabet (Icelandic), Eilís, Eilish, Isibéal, Sibéal (Irish), Elisabetta, Isabella (Italian), Elžbieta (Lithuanian), Elisaveta (Macedonian), Ealisaid (Manx), Ibb (Medieval English), Isabel (Medieval Occitan), Elisabet, Elisabeth, Isabella (Norwegian), Isabèl (Occitan), Elżbieta, Izabela, Izabella, Iza (Polish), Isabel, Belinha, Elisabete, Isabela (Portuguese), Izabel (Portuguese (Brazilian)), Elisabeta, Isabela, Isabella (Romanian), Elizaveta, Yelizaveta (Russian), Ealasaid, Elspet, Elspeth, Iseabail, Ishbel, Isobel, Beileag (Scottish), Jelisaveta (Serbian), Alžbeta (Slovak), Elizabeta (Slovene), Isabel, Ysabel, Elisabet, Isa, Isabela (Spanish), Elisabet, Elisabeth, Isabella (Swedish), Yelyzaveta (Ukrainian)

Categories

diminutives, princesses, short forms
Entry updated October 11, 2012