Definition of Isabel

1. n. See Isabella.



Definition of Isabel

1. Proper noun. (Hebrew female given name) used in English since the Middle Ages. ¹

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Definition of Isabel

1. dingy yellowish-grey [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Isabel

irvingite
is
is't
is-
is-a
is-as
is-ought problem
is-to-be
is anyone sitting here
is it going to rain
is it just me
is that a gun in your pocket or are you just pleased to see me
is that so
is the Pope Catholic
is there a smaller size
isabel (current term)
isabella
isabella grape
isabella moth
isabellas
isabelline
isabels
isagoge
isagoges
isagogic
isagogical
isagogics
isagon
isallobar
isallobaric

Literary usage of Isabel

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1. The Gentleman's Magazine (1840)
"SEAL OF isabel COUNTESS OF GLOUCESTER. (Ji'ilh an Engraving.) isabel Countess of Gloucester, the first wife of King John, was the third and youngest ..."

2. The Bookman (1908)
"Have one, isabel?" isabel was about to comply, but Daisy put her hand over the ... Would you like to go up to your room, isabel, before the bell rings? ..."

3. A.L.A. Portrait Index: Index to Portraits Contained in Printed Books and by American Library Association (1906)
"ONCKEN, Zeitalter Friedrichs des isabel Farnese, queen, w. of Felipe V, ... isabel Francisca, infanta, dau. of isabel II. See Girgenti, contessa di. ..."

4. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General by Thomas Spencer Baynes (1888)
"isabel. 10. Richard D. of Gloucester (Richard III.)-S. Anne. •2. ... earl of Warwick, who married isabel le Despenser, and Richard Neville, oarl of Warwick, ..."

5. Songs, Merry and Sad by John Charles McNeill (1906)
"You knew the charm of flowers, isabel, Which, like incarnate hours, Rose and fell At your bosom, glowed and gloried, White and pale and pink and florid, ..."

6. The Gentleman's Magazine (1840)
"SEAL OF isabel COUNTESS OF GLOUCESTER. (Ji'ilh an Engraving.) isabel Countess of Gloucester, the first wife of King John, was the third and youngest ..."

7. The Bookman (1908)
"Have one, isabel?" isabel was about to comply, but Daisy put her hand over the ... Would you like to go up to your room, isabel, before the bell rings? ..."

8. A.L.A. Portrait Index: Index to Portraits Contained in Printed Books and by American Library Association (1906)
"ONCKEN, Zeitalter Friedrichs des isabel Farnese, queen, w. of Felipe V, ... isabel Francisca, infanta, dau. of isabel II. See Girgenti, contessa di. ..."

9. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General by Thomas Spencer Baynes (1888)
"isabel. 10. Richard D. of Gloucester (Richard III.)-S. Anne. •2. ... earl of Warwick, who married isabel le Despenser, and Richard Neville, oarl of Warwick, ..."

10. Songs, Merry and Sad by John Charles McNeill (1906)
"You knew the charm of flowers, isabel, Which, like incarnate hours, Rose and fell At your bosom, glowed and gloried, White and pale and pink and florid, ..."

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