Definition of Isaiah in English:

Isaiah

proper noun

  • 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 worshippers.

    1. 1.1 A book of the Bible containing Isaiah's prophecies (and, it is generally thought, those of at least one later prophet: see Deutero-Isaiah).

Pronunciation:

Isaiah

/ʌɪˈzʌɪə/