Examples from the Web for estella
In time I got over Estella (what a tease—Bentley Drummond was welcome to her).
Here I glanced at Estella, and her face was pale and quiet, and the smile was all gone from it.Caesar's Column|Ignatius Donnelly
In the meantime Estella was warming herself beside the fire.
As the time wore on, an impression settled heavily upon me that Estella was married.Great Expectations|Charles Dickens
"Estella" Lewis, the poet, lived in Brooklyn and held there quite a court of clever people.Literary New York|Charles Hemstreet
Two years passed, and a small, black-eyed toddler kept Estella company.
Word Origin and History for estella
fem. proper name, Spanish, literally "star," from Latin stella (see star (n.)).