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Gender: F Meaning of Annabelle: "loving" Origin of Annabelle: Combination of Anna and Belle or French form of Amabel Annabelle's Popularity in 2014: #57

This is a charming name on the rise along with other-belle names, especially in this form, but also appealing in the more streamlined Annabel spelling, made famous by the Edgar Allen Poe poem Annabel Lee. Annabelle is saucy and stylish, a tad upscale, has a sense of humor, is melodious and lively.

Annabelle was well used in the early twentieth century, took a long rest, then resurfaced in 1995. Now, at Number 57, it's at its highest point ever.

Variations Annabel and Annabella are also rising in popularity.

Famous People Named Annabelle

Annabelle Gurwitch, American actress
Annabelle Harmon, American female baseball pitcher
Annabelle Wallis, English actress
Annabelle Walker Garcia, daughter of Grateful Dead rocker Jerry Garcia

Pop Culture References for the name Annabelle

"Annabelle," song by A Rocket to the Moon
Annabelle, 2014 horror film
Annabelle the Cow, character in Annabelle's Wish, a Christmas cartoon
Annabelle "Annie" Woods, from movie "Legally Blondes"; twin sister Izzy Woods
"Annabelle Leigh," song by the U.S. band Tarkio
"For Annabelle", song by "Band of Horses"
Annabelle Fox, from the movie "You've Got Mail"
Annabelle "Anna", character in The Vampire Diaries
Annabelle Kip, character from TV show "Body of Proof"
Annabelle Alter, a character in the 'Fallen' Series (Lauren Kate)
Annabelle Worthington, character from A good woman, by Danielle Steel
Annabelle, a woman mentioned in "Oceanside" by the Decemberists
"Annabelle" movie about the titilular evil doll

Annabel, Anabell, Anabele, Amabel, Anabel, Anabela, Anabella, Annabella, Annabell, Annabal, Annabelinda

Annabelle's International Variations

Anabelle (French)