Isaac

Isaac, a Hebrew patriarch, son of Abraham, born to him when he was old; a mild man with no great force of character, and a contrast to Ishmael, his half-brother; lived to a great age.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Irvingites * Issac I., Comnenus
Ironsides
Irony
Irony, Socratic
Iroquois
Irreducible Case
Irtish
Irving, Edward
Irving, Sir Henry
Irving, Washington
Irvingites
Isaac
Issac I., Comnenus
Issac II., Angelus
Isac of York
Isabella
Isabella II.
Isabey Jean Baptiste
Isæus
Isaiah
Isaiah, The Ascension of
Isaiah, The Prophecies of

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