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Gender: Female Origin of Isaura: Greek place-name

Isaura Origin and Meaning

The name Isaura is a girl's name of Greek origin.

This name of an ancient country may be too exotic.

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Pop Culture References for the name Isaura

Isaure, Isa, Aura

Comments

TaliaCat Says:

2020-02-17T20:49:28

This is a Latina name, not Greek

Isaura Rodriguez Says:

2017-06-06T15:59:59

My name is Isaura and I pronounce it ee-SAW-ruh in english and Ee-sah-oo-rah in spanish. My dad named me. I get a lot of compliments from people. It is very rare to find someone named Isaura. I am happy to be one of the few :)

ElsaAnne Says:

2016-05-10T11:58:08

This is beautiful!

alyssum Says:

2015-12-24T22:21:40

Agreed. It should be pretty, but I just keep looking at the bit in the middle and thinking "dinosaur."

Luísa Says:

2015-11-04T22:07:57

ee-Zah -oo - rAH [in Portuguese] .

headintheclouds Says:

2015-07-18T16:05:38

I've never heard of this until I met a girl named Isaura (she pronounces it like Iss-ow-ra). She said her parents wanted to name her Isabella, but found Isaura on the same page in the baby name book and just fell in love with it. Definitely a very unusual, and lovely, name, has a regal, classy elegance and sophistication to it. Izzie and Aura are great nicknames (another way to get to Aura besides Aurelia!).

Foremerlyimnotputtingmynameonl Says:

2014-11-24T02:26:14

I think it should be pronounced as "Izoruh"

tiannarose Says:

2014-08-08T16:57:34

Googled 'how to pronounce Isaura' and it sounds more like ee-zow-ruh

http://www.forvo.com/word/i...

https://www.youtube.com/wat...

tiannarose Says:

2014-08-08T16:54:20

To me it looks like E-sore-uh...
I think I like it...but I'm not sure. I might just love that I haven't heard it before. The struggle to to have a unique name that is not unattractively unique. Lol

MaryKathryn Says:

2014-07-28T15:30:05

Is it supposed to be pronounced like eye-sore-a?

EmmaF Says:

2014-07-28T15:02:48

A dinosaur.