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Girl Names Ending with -bell

Bell ending baby names and what they mean, with 25 results. -bell names are used more often as feminine names. Adoption of these girl names was at its highest a century ago (adoption of 0.1%) and is now significantly reduced, with names such as Isabell becoming somewhat dated. Azbell (top 21%) and Zobell (46%) are common -bell last names.

-bell names

Annabell - Marybell | Maybell - Yabell

Annabell - Marybell

Var. of Annabel. Possibly elaborated form of Anna, or .. Anabell is also a somewhat common kid's name.

Var. of Arabella. Source fr. Latin word. "Prayerful." Unconventional. Compare Arbell with popular -ll last names Asbell (top 10%), Amill (37%). See also Ardell.

Var. of Belle. Source fr. French element. "Beautiful." Unisex name. Bell has diminished in favor as a name for girls since 1880-1889.

Isabel and variantsBell2, Isabell, Isobell
Forms of Isabel. Stems fr. Hebrew. "God is my oath." Bell (upper 1%) and Isabell (11%) exist commonly as last names.

Var. of Elizabeth. Based on Hebrew word. "God is my oath." Gender-neutral name. Bell has fallen off in popularity as a name for girls since 1880-1889.

Form of Bella. Derivative of Italian, Latin languages. "Beautiful." Bell soared in popularity in the 1880s, but now, Bell has become less trendy. Gender-neutral name.

Root fr. English word. Diminutive of Isabel (Hebrew) "God's promise" .. Moderately atypical as a birth name, Bell is found more commonly as a surname. Cross-gender use.

Flower name. Unusual. Bluebell is not found in the US Census.

Bonnebell, Bonnibell
Forms of Bonnie. Origin fr. Scottish. "Fine, attractive, pretty." Bonnebell and Bonnibell are rarely adopted as birth names.

Based on Scottish language. "Crooked mouth." Uncommon, with usage of 0.009% for Campbell as a girls' name in 2015, lower than 0.009% in 2014. Gender-neutral name.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -bell names: Annabell, Bell, Campbell, Isabell

Var. of Carabelle. Root fr. Italian, Irish, Gaelic, Hebrew elements. "Beloved; friend; God's promise." Unique. Carabell is not listed in the US Demographics. See also Corabelle.

Form of Christabel. Root fr. Latin, French languages. "Beautiful Christian." Uncommon, with the androgynous-sounding -ll suffix for Cristabell, like Crystall.

Form of Dulce. Stems fr. Latin. "Sweet." Not Top 2000 name.

Form of Gloria. Based on Latin language. "Glory." Not much used as a baby name.

Jessabell, Jezybell
Forms of Jezebel. From Hebrew word. "Not exalted." Jessabell and Jezybell are unique as first names.

Var. of Cora. Derivative of Greek word. "Maiden." A quaint baby name.

Form of Kora. From Greek word. "Maiden." Not in Top 2000.

Var. of Lilibeth. Derived fr. English word. Blend of Lily and Elizabeth (Hebrew) .. Rare, with the -ell suffix for Lilybell, like Lynell, Linnell.

Form of Maribel. Stems fr. Latin, French words. "Star of the sea; beautiful." Not in popularity charts. See also Marivel.

Var. of Mary. Root fr. Latin language. "Star of the sea." A rare girls' name. See also Maribelle.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for -bell names for girls.

1. Annabell - Marybell
Annabel [Annabell], Arabella [Arbell], Belle [Bell], Isabel [Bell, Isabell, Isobell], Elizabeth [Bell], Bella [Bell], Bell, Bluebell, Bonnie [Bonnebell, Bonnibell], Campbell, Carabelle [Carabell], Christabel [Cristabell], Dulce [Dulsibell], Gloria [Gloribell], Jezebel [Jezybell, Jessabell], Cora [Korabell], Kora [Korabell], Lilibeth [Lilybell], Maribel [Maribell], Mary [Marybell]

Mabel [Maybell], Mirabel [Mirabell], Sibyl [Sibell, Sibbell], Sybil [Sibell], Ysabel [Yabell, Ysabell]

Usage comparison for -bell names