bella

Bella vs Nat - What's the difference?

bella | nat |


As a proper noun bella

is , a diminutive of isabella and arabella, by folk etymology interpreted as italian bella "beautiful".

As a noun nat is

a groove, a fold.

As a pronoun nat is

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Leia vs Bella - What's the difference?

leia | bella |


As proper nouns the difference between leia and bella

is that leia is while bella is , a diminutive of isabella and arabella, by folk etymology interpreted as italian bella "beautiful".

Bella vs Alex - What's the difference?

bella | alex |


As proper nouns the difference between bella and alex

is that bella is , a diminutive of isabella and arabella, by folk etymology interpreted as italian bella "beautiful" while alex is .

Bella vs Ugly - What's the difference?

bella | ugly |


As a proper noun bella

is , a diminutive of isabella and arabella, by folk etymology interpreted as italian bella "beautiful".

As an adjective ugly is

displeasing to the eye; not aesthetically pleasing.

As a noun ugly is

(slang|uncountable) ugliness.

Aaron vs Bella - What's the difference?

aaron | bella |


As proper nouns the difference between aaron and bella

is that aaron is spanish equivalent of aaron while bella is , a diminutive of isabella and arabella, by folk etymology interpreted as italian bella "beautiful".

Sinead vs Bella - What's the difference?

sinead | bella |


As proper nouns the difference between sinead and bella

is that sinead is while bella is , a diminutive of isabella and arabella, by folk etymology interpreted as italian bella "beautiful".

Ashley vs Bella - What's the difference?

ashley | bella |


As proper nouns the difference between ashley and bella

is that ashley is a common english place name while bella is , a diminutive of isabella and arabella, by folk etymology interpreted as italian bella "beautiful".

Ryan vs Bella - What's the difference?

ryan | bella |


As proper nouns the difference between ryan and bella

is that ryan is common in ireland while bella is , a diminutive of isabella and arabella, by folk etymology interpreted as italian bella "beautiful".

Bella vs Kamryn - What's the difference?

bella | kamryn |


As proper nouns the difference between bella and kamryn

is that bella is , a diminutive of isabella and arabella, by folk etymology interpreted as italian bella "beautiful" while kamryn is , a modern variant of cameron.

Bella - What does it mean?

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