Definition of Isaian
: of, relating to, or having the characteristics of Isaiah or the book of Isaiah the Isaianic character of this prophesy — Robert Gordis the somber and threatening, the almost Isaian, utterance — Edmund Wilson
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Origin and Etymology of isaian
isaian from Isaiah, 8th century b.c. major Hebrew prophet + English -an, adjective suffix; isaianic from Isaiah + English -an, adjective suffix + -ic
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