Definition of Isaiah in English:

Isaiah

Syllabification: I·sa·iah
Pronunciation: /īˈzāə
 
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1A major Hebrew prophet of Judah in the 8th century bc, who taught the supremacy of the God of Israel and emphasized the moral demands on worshipers.
1.1A book of the Bible containing the prophecies of Isaiah and, it is generally thought, those of at least one later prophet.

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