- (Isabella, or the Pot of Basil),a narrative poem (1820) by John Keats.
- the Catholic, 1451–1504, wife of Ferdinand V: queen of Castile 1474–1504; joint ruler of Aragon 1479–1504.
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Contemporary Examples of isabella
Joan and I, along with Isabella's parents Mary Gaye and Jo, can't wait to become proud grandparents.Branson Babies Add To British Boom
September 10, 2014
Cressida, 20 at the time, bagged the job through half-sister Isabella Calthorpe, who had a lead role, according to the paper.Cressida Bonas's Risqué Film Role Comes Back To Haunt Her
October 17, 2013
Isabella – Bellie – is a 33-year-old actress and married to Sam Branson.Cressida Bonas And Her Oddly Named Family
September 4, 2013
Her sisters are called Isabella Amaryllis Charlotte and Pandora Lorna Mary.
The crowd included the family of Isabella Blow, Alexander McQueen's late muse, and Sarah Burton.Philip Treacy's Return to the Runway: A Tribute to Michael Jackson
September 17, 2012
Historical Examples of isabella
The bearer of this gift is entitled to claim any boon from Isabella.
Oh, Isabella, I had five sons; all—all deserving of the name they bore.
There he inveigled Isabella into equipping an expedition for him to discover America.Who Was Who: 5000 B. C. to Date
History accuses Isabella of having established the Inquisition in Spain.
It was impossible that Isabella could long resist these continuous remonstrances.
- a greyish-yellow colour
- Also: Isabelline (ˌɪzəˈbɛliːn)(as adjective)an Isabella mohair coat
Word Origin for Isabella
- original name Elizabeth Farnese. 1692–1766, second wife (1714–46) of Philip V of Spain and mother of Charles III of Spain
- known as Isabella the Catholic. 1451–1504, queen of Castile (1474–1504) and, with her husband, Ferdinand V, joint ruler of Castile and Aragon (1479–1504)