What does Isobelle mean?
Isobelle /iso-bel-le/ as a girls' name. Isobelle's root is Hebrew, and Isobelle means "God is my oath". Isobelle is a variant form, with the prefix Iso-, of Isabel (Hebrew): Spanish version of Elizabeth.
Isobelle has 30 more related forms via Isabel: Bel, Belia, Belicia, Belita, Bell▼, Bella▲, Belle▼, Bellita, Chabeli, Chabelita, Ib, Ibbie, Isa▼, Isabeau, Isabela▲, Isabelita, Isabella▲, Isbel, Ishbel, Isobella, Issie, Issy, Izabella▲, Izzie, Izzy, Marisabel, Sabella, Sabelle, Ysabeau and Ysabella.Kreatif forms: Isobelio, Isobelleio, Isobelne. [more]
How popular is Isobelle?
Isobelle is a rare given name for women. Isobelle is a rare surname too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Below is a charted analysis of the usage of the girl name Isobelle and corresponding names. Prominent varying forms of Isobelle (outside Top 1000) rated in the Top 1000 are Bell, Bella (#70 2 years ago), Belle, Isa, Isabel (#144), Isabela (#717), Isabell, Isabella (#4), Isabelle (#96), Isobel, Izabella (#200) and Izabelle. These forms of Isobelle were at the top of their popularity during 1880-1889 (usage of 0.4673%) and are almost as common today (usage 0.3974%, ▼14.9%), but with the forms Bell, Belle, Isa and Isabell becoming less stylish. Isabel is the clear favorite, though Izabella has also become trendy as well. (2014 Birth Statistics)
Isobelle is alike in pronunciation to Ysabelle. Like Isobelle, this name is not frequently used.