Medieval English name apparently based on Latin amabilis (“lovable”).
Amabel A female given name. 1970 L.P.Hartley: My Sister's Keeper: page 4: All the same, they didn't hold it against her, and if, as sometimes happened behind closed doors, they referred to her origin, they called her shamefacedly but rather proudly, their love-child. Hence the name, Amabel, which seemed to unite love with beauty.
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