What does Isaac mean?

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Isaac is a male's name with it's origin from Hebrew and it means 'laughter'. It is seen in the bible where Isaac is the only son to Abraham and Sarah. The name is very popular among males and is used all over the world.
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I·saac
[ahy-zuhk]
NOUN
1.
a son of Abraham and Sarah, and father of Jacob. Gen. 21:1–4.
2.
a male given name: from a Hebrew word meaning “laughter.”
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Isaac was a patriarch of of the Jewish people. He was Abraham and Sarahs only son and somewhat a miracle birth. The bible says he lived until he was 180 years old.
The first name Isaac is a male name and is Hebrew in origin. Isaac means laughter. This name is also used as a surname. Isaac has 19 different variants including Ike and Zak.
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