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|Region of origin||Europe|
|Alternative spelling||Mirabelle, Mirabell|
|Related names||Maribel, Maribella|
Mirabel is a female name stemming from the Latin word mirabilis, meaning "wondrous" or "of wondrous beauty". It was used as both a male and female name in the Middle Ages, but is now almost exclusively female.
- Mirabel Osler (born 1925), English writer and garden designer
- Mirabelle Thovex (born 1991), French snowboarder
- Mirabell, male protagonist in William Congreve's 1700 play The Way of the World
- Mirabelle Buttersfield, role played by Claire Danes in Shopgirl
- Mirabel Cotton, a character in Lucy Maud Montgomery's 1909 novel Anne of Avonlea
- Mirabelle Haywood (Magical DoReMi) character from Japanese anime television series Ojamajo Doremi
- Mama Mirabelle from Mama Mirabelle's Home Movies cartoon
- Mirabel Miller, from the e-book Another Butterfly's Tale: The Quest for the World-Breaker.
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