How popular is the baby name Trixabelle in the United States right now? How popular was it historically? Find out using the graph below! Plus, see baby names similar to Trixabelle and check out all the blog posts that mention the name Trixabelle.

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Popularity of the Baby Name Trixabelle

Number of Babies Named Trixabelle

Born in the U.S. Since 1880

Posts that Mention the Name Trixabelle

Alternatives to Isabella, Arabella, Annabella

You love the names Isabella, Arabella and Annabella, but you want something…else. Are there any other other 4-syllable -bella names out there?

Yes, many! They don’t have the long history Isabella has–most are modern inventions–but they are being used more and more often nowadays, thanks to Isabella’s newfound popularity.

For more inspiration, here are some -belle names that were used/invented during the early 20th century, according to SSA data. (Parents were as creative with -belle names back then as they are with -bella names today!) I think many of the below would work well with a -bella ending.

Finally, two more names that are so rare, they’ve never appeared on any SSA baby name list (i.e., they’ve been given to fewer than 5 baby girls per year since 1880).

  • Dulcibella. It was spelled Dowsabel or Dousabel in medieval times. The name was also used as a synonym for sweetheart; The World Book Dictionary defines dowsabel/dousabel as “a common name for a rustic sweetheart in old pastoral poems.” So now, of course, we all have to start calling our sweethearts “dowsabels.” :)
  • Harrybelle. It was the name of war nurse Harrybelle Durant Stark (1891-1937), the last official casualty of World War I,
  • Susybelle. It was the name of Shreveport socialite and philanthropist Susybelle Wilkinson Lyons.

Can you think of any other -bella or -belle names? Or, can you invent any? (Let’s see…how about Hannabella? Or Jennabella?)

UPDATE, 3/22/16: Similar names from other posts: Leotabel, Trixabelle, Twylabelle.

Baby Names in England – Isobel & Jack, Trixabelle & J-Keiro-Tye

These were the most popular names chosen by parents in the towns of Hitchin and Stevenage (in Hertfordshire, England) in 2007:

Girls Boys
1. Isobel
2. Jessica
3. Lily
4. Sophie
5. Emily
6. Amelia
7. Charlotte
8. Chloe
9. Grace
10. Phoebe
1. Jack
2. Dylan
3. Oliver
4. George
5. Luke
6. Thomas
7. Jake
8. Joshua
9. Alfie
10. James

And these were some of the unique baby names in the area in 2007:

Autumn Lily
Beau Bella
Buddy Dinosaur
Deavion Antwon
Sonny Hendrix
Summer Sky

Zeb Star Ice and Pebbles Galaxy were among the unusual names of the previous year (2006).

Source: The Comet