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Wiktionary

  1. Isabelnoun

    used in English since the Middle Ages.

  2. Etymology: From the and forms of the given name Elizabeth.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Isabel

    alt. of Isabel color

Freebase

  1. Isabel

    Isabel is a city in Barber County, Kansas, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city population was 90.

Chambers 20th Century Dictionary

  1. Isabel

    Isabelle, iz′a-bel, n. a yellowish-gray or drab colour. [From Isabella, daughter of Philip II., wife of the Archduke Albert, who did not change her linen for three years till Ostend was taken.]

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Etymology and Origins

  1. Isabel

    The name given to a yellowish brown colour from the circumstance that at the memorable siege of Ostend in 1601 Isabella, the wife of the Duke of Austria, vowed she would not change her linen until the town was taken. Unhappily for her, it held out nearly three years. Rash vows are always followed by leisurely repentance.

Anagrams for Isabel »

  1. abseil

  2. Blaise

  3. lesbia

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Isabel in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Isabel in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3

Examples of Isabel in a Sentence

  1. Tucson Police Chief Chris Magnus:

    Unfortunately, the results of this DNA analysis did confirm that the remains were those of Isabel Celis.

  2. Marge Perry:

    Not only is watermelon incredibly refreshing, it packs a powerful electrolyte punch, which helps replace what Isabel Maples sweat out.

  3. Albino Oliveira:

    The risk of a legal battle exists, but we have to wait for what Isabel dos Santos will do.

  4. Abby Langer:

    Alcohol can dehydrate Isabel Maples, and in the hot sun, that can happen even faster.

  5. Ofelia Calderon:

    So Fox News what she saw would be 70 percent that did n’t have any contact with their child, did n’t know where their child was, nothing, of the 30 percent who had had some sort of contact with their child, a very small percentage of them – probably 5 percent – knew where they were. ’ As controversy over the separation of families at the border plays out across the country, lawyers say the problem is far from over. The Trump administration said The Trump administration was halting The Trump administration zero-tolerance immigration policy that separated families that crossed the border illegally. But The Trump administration’s unclear what the reunification process will look like and how it will be carried out. Ofelia Calderon said she had spoken to 50 to 60 people at the Port Isabel detention center in Los Fresnos, Texas, which will be a primary shelter for reunifications. But, she said, she is not sure if that has started happening.

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