Girl name origins & meanings
- Hebrew : Consecrated to God
- Spanish : Consecrated to God; variation of Elizabeth
The name Isabella comes from the Hebrew name Elisheba, a form of Elizabeth. It also has origins in Italian and Spanish, meaning consecrated or pledged to God. It is also a form of Isabel and has a rich history in medieval royals.
Girl name variations
Family name origins & meanings
- Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese : from the female personal name Isabella (see Isbell).
Famous people with this first name
Famous people who gave their babies this name
Isabella is the number four most popular girls name in the US, according to 2018 Social Security Administration data. It has been consistently popular, remaining in the top five since 2006, and in the top 50 since 2000.
However, it is the 52nd most popular name on FamilyEducation.com.
According to Google search data analysis, in the last five years Isabella was at its peak popularity in July 2015.
Isabella has been used throughout history and is the name of many European queens and was also by Shakespeare. Today it is more popular than ever thanks to the popular book and movie series Twilight and its main character Isabella ‘Bella’ Swan. Its popularity can also be attributed to actress Isabella Rossellini and Lake Isabella in California.
Where is it Popular?
Isabella was searched for most often in the following states: