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YIṣḥāQ > YITSCHÂQ

This name derives from the Hebrew “Yiṣḥāq > Yitschâq”, Biblical Greek: Isaā́k (Ἰσαᾱ́κ), meaning “he laughs”. Isaac, son of Abraham by Sarah his wife and father of Jacob and Esau, was one of the three patriarchs in the Hebrew Bible, whose story is told in the book of Genesis. The name is derived from Judaism and is a given name among Jewish, Christian, and Muslim societies, generally in reference to the above.

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