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Isidore

Isidore (also Isador) is a male name of Greek origin, meaning "gift of Isis". This literal meaning did not prevent the name from surviving the supression of the Isis worship, and being among others the name of several Christian saints.

A number of people have gone under the name Isidore:

* Isidore of Alexandria
* Isidore of Charax, a 1st century geographer, cited as a source by Pliny.
* Isidore of Miletus, an architect, who designed Hagia Sophia.
* Saint Isidore of Seville
* Saint Isidore of Pelusium
* Metropolitan Isidore of Kiev = Cardinal Isidore of Thessalonica
* Saint Isidore the Laborer
* Felipe González used the nom-de-guerre "Isidoro" (he was from Seville) as a Socialist leader in Franco-era Spain.
* Isidore Ducasse, a French poet and writer, who used the pseudonym Comte de Lautréamont.
* It is a surname associated with the Mi'kmaq family line in Nova Scotia.
* Chief Isadore of the Ktunaxa (Kootenay) people, noted for his leadership in the Tobacco Plains War
* Hurricane Isidore, a storm out of twelve and the second hurricane in the 2002 Atlantic hurricane season,
* Isidore is a band composed of Steve Kilbey of The Church and Jeffrey Cain formerly of Remy Zero.
* Isidor Feinstein Stone, an American journalist
* J.R. Isidore, a fictional character in Philip K Dick's novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?

ee also

*San Isidro (disambiguation)

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