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What does Ysobel mean?

Ysobel Pronunciation of Ysobel [yso-bel] as a name for girls is of Hebrew derivation, and the meaning of the name Ysobel is "God is my oath". Ysobel is a version of Isabel (Hebrew): Spanish transcription of Elizabeth. Ysobel is also a derivative of Ysabel (French, Hebrew).

Associated with: oath.


Ysobel has 13 variants: Isabele, Isabell, Isabelle, Isobel, Isobell, Isobelle, Izabel, Izabelle, Ysabell, Ysabelle, Yzabelle, Yzobel and Yzobelle.

9 more relations via Isabel, Ysabel: Isabela, Isbel, Ishbel, Isobella, Yabell, Ysabeau, Ysabella, Ysbel and Ysbella.

Creative forms:
(female) Ysoyel, ..

(male) Ysole, Ysotes, ..

Middle name pairings:
Ysobel Brinley (Y.B.), ..

How popular is Ysobel?

Ysobel is an unusual given name for women. Ysobel is an equally unusual surname for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)

Which version is better?

with its source forms and related girl names. Prominent variation forms of Ysobel (not ranked) are Isabelle (#94 from recent data), Isabel (#149), Isabela (#769), Izabelle (#1153), Isabell (#1295), Izabel (#1674), Ysabella, Isobel and Ysabel. Other forms, like Ysbel, are uncommon. These relations of Ysobel reached the apex of their popularity in the year 2007 (average #1030) and are somewhat less common today (#1237, 34%), with the form Isabell falling out of fashion. Isabel is the longstanding favorite, although Isabelle seems to be getting popular too. (Top Baby Names, 2015)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Isabel, Isabela, Isabell, Isabelle, Isobel in U.S.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Izabel, Izabelle, Ysabel, Ysabella in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Isabel, Isabelle, Isobel outside U.S.

Similar Names

Recommended names are Amabel, Anabel, Arabel, Asfodel (see Asphodel), Barbel, Coel, Cybel, Estel, Jonel, Lisabel, Lorel, Mabel, Maybel, Noel, Nowel, Orabel, Orbel, Rosabel, Sibel, Sonel, Sorel, Sybel, Ysolda, Ysolde, Ysotta and Ysotte. These names tend to be more frequently used than Ysobel.

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