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Isidor

or Is·i·dore

[ iz-i-dawr, -dohr ]

noun

  1. a male given name.


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The Daily Pic: Around 1920, Isidor Kaufmann sought to capture the look of his community.

Written from the pronunciation of the Spanish interpreter, Isidor Sandoval.

He was followed by his seventy-year-old son Isidor and his wife.

Doctor Anderwelt was a learned man, and the warm personal friend of Isidor Werner.

She is in love with Master Isidor Charny, that is what it is.

He reproached Isidor for his bad faith, and in dismay the prelate fled to Rome.

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