What do you think of the name [name]Elizabella[/name]? [name]Do[/name] you have any middle name suggestions?

[name]Elizabella[/name]…Well, I’ve never seen it before, and it unfortunately seems like an invented combo of [name]Elizabeth[/name] and [name]Isabella[/name], and looks and sounds pretty awkward to me. :frowning: It sounds like a name given to a little girl whose parents couldn’t decided between [name]Elizabeth[/name] and [name]Isabella[/name]. Hmm…

Would you consider [name]Eliza[/name] as a first name and [name]Belle[/name] for a middle name? [name]Eliza[/name] [name]Belle[/name]?

If you’re looking for a unique -ella name, what about [name]Arabella[/name]?

If you’re going to use [name]Elizabella[/name], I’d stick with a short middle name:

Good luck! :slight_smile:

To be perfectly honest, [name]Elizabella[/name] reminds me of some kind of swamp monster. I think it’s because of the combination of “liz” (think lizard) and the Godzilla-esque ending. Weird, I know.

I’d just pick either [name]Elizabeth[/name] or [name]Isabella[/name] and call it a day. And I vote for [name]Elizabeth[/name]. :slight_smile:

But here’s some less contrived-sounding “-bel” or “-bella” names: [name]Annabel[/name], [name]Annabella[/name], [name]Mirabel[/name], [name]Mirabella[/name], [name]Clarabel[/name], [name]Clarabella[/name], Rosabel, Rosabella. And, like [name]Jill[/name] said, there’s always [name]Arabella[/name].

Would you ever leave her name [name]Elizabeth[/name] and just call her [name]Bella[/name]? No change needed and she will thank you for all the great nickname options as well as a classic lovely name she can be proud of into adulthood.

I would name her [name]Elizabeth[/name] nn [name]Lizzie[/name] or [name]Liza[/name]. Too bad [name]Beth[/name] isn’t in style. I love [name]Beth[/name].

[name]Emma[/name], haha, “swamp monster”, that cracked me up!

Honestly I think it’s kind of cute. I’d prefer [name]Elizabeth[/name], though. [name]How[/name] about [name]Elisabetta[/name] or [name]Elizabetta[/name]? Those are similar, but they’re real names.

[name]Elizabella[/name] is actually in the book, Cool names for babies by [name]Pam[/name] and [name]Linda[/name], thats probably where she got it so she did not make it up.


It’s on the list on this site for ancient names (that aren’t actually invented recently) but the entry calls it an “awkward hybrid.”

I think it does look crammed like all fads collide, illustrates a tragic indecision of sorts. When I saw it, I thought of writing a modern fable called “[name]Elizabella[/name] the Bridezilla.”

One of my little sister’s friends’ name is Elisabelle. The extra “a” at the end makes it even more girly, if that is what you like. I think a non-“a” ending middle name would work best.