isabelle

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Etymology[edit]

From the Spanish personal name Isabel, because of the legend that, during the Siege of Granada in 1491, Isabella the Catholic vowed not to change her shirt until the city was taken.

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isabelle m, f ‎(plural isabelles)

  1. light tan

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