Mirabel is a Christian female given name and is of English origin with several meanings. The meaning of name Mirabel is fantastic and its lucky number is 6. You can also hear the pronunciation of name Mirabel.
The importance of Mirabel is astonishing.
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Mirabel (noun) Mirabel is a feminine name derived from the Latin word mirabilis, which means miraculous or marvelous beauty. It was used as both a masculine and a feminine name in the Middle Ages, but is now almost exclusively feminine.
Mirabella name meaning. Italians (Campania and Sicily): habitat names from Mirabella Eclano in Avellino or Mirabella Imbacari in Catania or from more places called Mirabello, all called mira + bella bella from a medieval Latin perspective.
Michelle is a name, originally the French feminine form of Michel, from the Hebrew name Michael, meaning Who is like God ?
. It is now widely used in English and French speaking countries. It is also a surname.
The name Mirabelle is a French female name and means beautiful. And if you want a natural headband, Mirabelle is also the name of a delicate French plum.
The name Isabella means God is my oath and is of Italian origin. Isabella is a name that was used by parents who considered baby names for girls. The nicknames are Izzy, Iz, Bella and Belle.
The French girl names Mireille, Marvel and Marvella all mean miracle, while Mireya is a Spanish name meaning miracle. Micaela and Mikelle are both English names meaning gift from God, while Mirabelle is a French name meaning incredible beauty. We also like the names Bea, Gwyneth, Annie, Sachi,
It is of Latin and French origin, and the Christabel meaning is wonderfully Christian. Medieval coin of the name of Christ with bell (see Belle). Its use was mainly literary, as in Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s poem of the same name of 1816 in which heroin embodies innocent purity.
The interest. Olive wood. Olivia is a feminine given name in the English language. It comes from the Latin olive olives. The name was first popularized by William Shakespeare’s character on the twelfth night, but in fact the name began to appear in England as early as the 13th century.