Finnish form of Isaac. Iisakki is a Finnish variant of Isaac. Isaac originates in Hebrew language and means "one who brings laughter". It first appeared in the Bible and the most famous bearers until today are Sir Isaac Newton, a 17th century English mathematician and physicist, and Isaac Asimov, an American science fiction writer.
Iisakki Related Names Diminutives: Iikka, Iiro Other Languages: Sahak (Armenian), Isaac (Biblical), Isaak (Biblical Greek), Yitzhak (Biblical Hebrew), Isaac (Biblical Latin), Izaäk (Dutch), Isaac, Ike, Issac (English), Isaak (German), Itzhak, Yitzhak (Hebrew), Izsák (Hungarian), Isaac (Jewish), Izaak (Polish), Isaak (Russian), Isak (Swedish), Sekel (Yiddish)
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