a female given name.
Contemporary Examples

Celebrity and fashion stylist Annabel Tollman has passed away at the age of 39.
Celebrity Stylist Annabel Tollman Dead at Thirty-Nine Misty White Sidell June 6, 2013

Later, we see Darwin dining with Annabel, the daughter of a prominent English bishop.
Do I Have to Read Dick Francis? William Boot February 19, 2010

Historical Examples

When they reached the room, Annabel sank almost lifeless on a sofa; and Piers touched a hand-bell.
I, Thou, and the Other One Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr

George’s cousin Annabel is, of course, consumed with a secret passion for him.
Burlesques William Makepeace Thackeray

Takes more than fog to separate Annabel Daniels from dressmakin’.
Keziah Coffin Joseph C. Lincoln

Annabel was born soulless, a human butterfly, if ever there was one.
Anna the Adventuress E. Phillips Oppenheim

“Suppose you were to take up a little toast as well; mamma might eat it,” suggested Annabel, placing the cup on the waiter.
The Story of Charles Strange Vol. 2 (of 3) Mrs. Henry Wood

You yourself have decided that—apart from the question of Annabel.
Anna the Adventuress E. Phillips Oppenheim

Annabel Franklin had returned to Boston after a month’s visit and to her surprise had returned as disengaged as she came.
The Story Of Waitstill Baxter By Kate Douglas Wiggin

After all, it was what she had been praying for—and Annabel could not have known her address.
Anna the Adventuress E. Phillips Oppenheim


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