Very rare in france.
luxsword  4/28/2014
Luxsword, stop saying every unusual French name is "not given". Isaure was in the top 500 just a few years ago. Not everyone in France has a modern name like Enzo, Louna, or Lenny.
Acajou  8/17/2015
Pronounced ee-SAUR, but the r is very subtle, so it sounds more like ee-SA or ee-SO. Kind of hard to explain... I may be incorrect.
― Anonymous User  8/26/2013
This isn't Portuguese. Nice try. [noted -ed]
Buneary  10/28/2012
@Buneary, this name says 'the French form of Isaura' - which is of course a Portuguese/Spanish name. I realise it IS labelled as Portuguese, but all other information (usage/popularity, etc) implies that it is a French name and has simply been mislabelled. Other than what seems to be a harmless mistake having it put under the wrong label of Portuguese by accident, it's pretty clear about the fact that it is in fact a French name/used in France - I don't think there's any need to be unnecessarily snarky with the 'nice try' because of something that is probably an honest mistake on one little name on an otherwise generally accurate name site... just seems like a bit of a silly thing to be hostile over to me!

Anyway, my thoughts regarding the name - I have always thought this and its other forms are so beautiful, but in English, far too similar to 'eyesore' and the 'Isaura' form always makes me think of someone saying 'I saw a...' as well, which would get a bit confusing! But that's just in English and I'm sure it's beautiful in Spanish and Portuguese without those associations - sad because it's an otherwise beautiful and unique name in English.
― Anonymous User  11/19/2012

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