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The name Isaiah is a baby boy name. The name Isaiah comes from the Hebrew origin. In Hebrew The meaning of the name Isaiah is: The Lord is generous. Salvation of the Lord. God's helper.


Name Information
Boy or Girl ?: boy
Origin of name: Hebrew
Meaning: The Lord is generous. Salvation of the Lord. God's helper.
Expression number: 11
SoulUrge Number: 2
Average Visitor Rating: 4.69 (Out of 5)
Number of ratings: 89

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its my baby name
written by jovanni, November 29, 2007
it comes from giovanny but thats how i decided to write it...lol...
My son's name
written by DonnaBee, January 06, 2008
When I was pregnant I had no idea what to call my son, so after searching through a number of baby name books, I finally found the name, Isaiah and it really stood out. I didn't know of any other Isaiah's - so thought it would be great to give my son a unique name. Since his birth (he is now 3) I have heard of at least 10 other boys being named Isaiah - so it is becoming more popular. :-)
I think the name really suits my son, and he has been saying his name since he was around 2 1/2 years old, and is now learning how to write it. :-)
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written by Tiffany holden, January 18, 2008
my sons name is isaah and he stands out just as the way we spell his name
my first grandson name
written by Isaiah Luke, February 27, 2008
I love the name my grandson has, Isaiah Luke. It is a Biblical name which also is his middle name. My daughter was 17 years old when she got pregnant. She now has 3 children Isaiah, Josiah Mark and Trinity Priscella. All three are from the Bible and I am very proud of her for using Bible as the source for choosing their names.
Caden-Isaiah
written by JaLee, March 13, 2008
On Sept. 11, 1996 my husband and I had our first child, a handsome little boy. We named him
Caden-Isaiah. We have always called him by his full name and so has everyone else who meets him. He is now 11 and the name sure fits this awesome young man.
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written by nicole, April 18, 2008
my first born sons name is isaiah,i loved it ever since watching the move'losing isaiah',he is now 7 &has met many other boys with the same name.but @ school they always write isiah,missing 1 a!
Does it go with Isaac?
written by Rhiannon, June 13, 2008
I am due to pop at any given moment, and we are still debating about names. I like Isaiah, but we have a son already whose name is Isaac. Are those two names too close? They are obviously not twins, therefore it may be kind of strange for them. I need some serious opinions about this. I am thinking about Aidan Isaiah, as well. Maybe putting Isaiah as a middle name? HELP!!! Please!
to Rhiannon
written by april, July 17, 2008
Aiden Isaiah is a great name! You have already thought about Isaiah and Isaac being too close of names so it will always linger in your mind.I swear naming is the hardest part! :) Good luck!
My son is also named Isaiah!
written by kcamber, August 06, 2008
Honestly, I was 8 & half months pregnant when I changed from Jaxson to Isaiah! I love the name and it definitly fits my child. He is 4yrs old now and is the type who never meets a stranger. His name fits perfectly. (And it too gets mispelled quite often...lol!)
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written by amber, September 18, 2008
my boyfriend is named isaiah and i have always loved it. i dont know anyone else with it. it really suits him. i am thinking about the name isaiah aiden for our son but i think i like it better switched. hmmm :/ help?
My boyfriend
written by Jamieleigh, June 05, 2010
My husband is called Isaiah and if our second child is a boy we might call him that aswell what do you think?

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