[ahy-zey-uh n or, esp. British, ahy-zahy]
- of, relating to, or characteristic of Isaiah or of the book of the Bible bearing his name.
Also I·sa·ian·ic [ahy-zey-an-ik or, esp. British, ahy-zahy-] /ˌaɪ zeɪˈæn ɪk or, esp. British, ˌaɪ zaɪ-/.
Origin of Isaian
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The first argument, then, for the Isaian authorship of chapters xl.-lxvi.
When we know that the only evidence for the Isaian authorship of chs.
Deborah's prophetical utterances are not to be tried by the standard of the Isaian age.Judges and Ruth
Robert A. Watson
We fear that Mr. Birks overstates what he calls the 'external evidence,' for the Isaian authorship of this portion.
In this there is nothing to make the Isaian authorship probable, or an exilic date impossible.