I actually like this spelling better than the "Isaac" spelling. "Isaac" looks likes a misspelling of the name to me, I've only ever seen it spelled like this. "Isaac" feels too biblical, which I guess makes sense, but I still don't like it. It feels like a "Rebekah" vs "Rebecca" situation. I love this name either way, but I like this spelling a little bit better.
In 2018, 2 is the most common age for an American (U.S.) Issac who is registered male with the Social Security Administration. It is the 1, 589th most common male first name for living U.S. citizens.
Why does every single person I know think my name is Issac?!
I mean
A) wrong spelling, buckaroo
B) Until I checked the Namesakes section I had never heard of anyone ever being named Issac!
C) What about this name is so bad that when it loses its 'a' it loses its refinedness, and sense of history and intelligence, and turns into a 3 year old's attempt at spelling his name?
With this spelling, the name should be pronounced ''I-sak'', not ''IE-zak''. If you really want to use this rather ugly name on your son, spell it the logical way.
I actually like this better than Isaac. The double "a" seems a little bizzare to me. I'm usually not one for modern names, but if anything, this looks more like it would be the "correct" version. But that's just my opinion.
Ew. Sounds like ih-SSak! Reminds of a sac. I like the other spelling better.
I can't say I like this spelling. It looks like it should be said "Izzzak". I would stick to the old Isaac.

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