Definitions

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  • proper n. A male given name.

Etymologies

A non-standard variant of Isidore, possibly inspired by the well-known feminine variant Isadora of Isidora. (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • West Brook's Jordan Garrett (No. 4, top) leaps for extra yards while Ozen's Jimmy Johnson (No. 99, left) and Justin Isadore (No. 42, center) hold on during a Beaumont Bowl football game in Cardinal Stadium.

    Archive 2007-09-01

  • Neil’s recollection is that an engineer from the NACA’s Lewis Flight Propulsion Laboratory in Cleveland, Ohio, by the name of Isadore Irving Pinkel “asked if he could come down and talk with me.”

    First Man

  • I hope that some of those people who read these forums will understand that a hurricane such as Isadore or Kenna is more than an inconvenience for vacationers.

    Real Photos from Diario de Yucatan re Hurricane Isidoro

  • And once Lord, just once, before Zack and Lily turn 18, please let me win one hearing in Department 18 of Family Court, 111 North Hill Street, County of Los Angeles, Judge Isadore Brownstein, who hates my guts presiding.

    Dennis Danziger: When Custody Battles Clean You Out

  • He was forty-six years old when he joined us, and he married the fourth daughter of Isadore and Hale, and his eldest son married your aunt, Hare-Lip, who was the third daughter of Vesta and the Chauffeur.

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  • Isadore, the greatest prize, next to Vesta, of the women who came through the plague.

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  • The most important ally became Isadore Lubin, a small, bespectacled, and bald New Deal economist close to Roosevelt who had been his point man on labor and war production issues.

    Wild Bill Donovan

  • He got Isadore Lubin, one of his staunchest allies in the White House, to breach the wall Harold Smith thought he had firmly erected around Roosevelt to prevent anyone from foisting an intelligence proposal on the president.

    Wild Bill Donovan

  • In 1980, I was traveling in Kenya's Aberdare mountain range with my father, Dr. Isadore Rosenfeld -- renowned cardiologist and host of Fox News Sunday's "Housecall" -- when a runner burst into camp, having run 26 miles to deliver an urgent medical message.

    Arthur Rosenfeld: Free Your Feet, Change Your Life

  • When Isadore E. Millstone jumped off a bridge and killed himself, the people of St. Louis mourned his loss even before his body was found in the Missouri River early this month.

    POLITICAL HOT TOPICS: June 16, 2009

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