What does Isa mean?
Isa /isa/ [2 sylls.] as a name for girls (also used as boys' name Isa). Isa's name origin is Hebrew, and Isa means "God is my oath". Isa is a version of Isabel (Hebrew): Spanish version of Elizabeth. Isa is also a variant of Isaura.
Isa▼ has 40 more alternative forms via Isabel, Isaura: Aura, Bel, Belia, Belicia, Belita, Bell▼, Bella▲, Belle▼, Bellita, Chabeli, Chabelita, Ib, Ibbie, Isabeau, Isabela▲, Isabele, Isabelita, Isabell▼, Isabella▲, Isabelle▲, Isaure, Isbel, Ishbel, Isobel, Isobell, Isobella, Isobelle, Izabel, Izabella▲, Izabelle, Marisabel, Sabella, Sabelle, Ysabeau, Ysabel, Ysabella, Ysobel, Yzabelle, Yzobel and Yzobelle.Kreatif forms: Ieeisa, Isaiee, Isaio. [more]
How popular is Isa?
Isa is a somewhat prominent first name for women (#3034 out of 4276, Top 71%) and an even more prominent surname for all people (#28856 out of 150436, Top 19%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Displayed below is the baby name popularity of Isa for girls. Isa reached its peak rank of #598 in the U.S. then, but is not listed currently. (2014 Birth Statistics)
Displayed below is a comparison of the usage of Isa and affiliated names. Prominent varying forms of Isa listed in the Top 1000 are Isabella (#4 the previous year), Bella (#70), Isabelle (#96), Isabel (#144), Izabella (#200), Isabela (#717), Bell, Izabelle, Isobel, Belle, Isabell and Aura. Variants like Yzobel are seldom used. These girl names reached the apex of their popularity during 1880-1889 (usage of 0.4512%) and are somewhat less popular today (usage 0.3668%, down 18.7%), with the forms Isabell, Isa, Belle and Bell becoming less fashionable. The most fashionable names for newborns in this list are Isabelle (#96), Isabella (#4), Bella (#70), Isabel (#144) and Izabella (#200), with Bella, Isabel, Isabella and Isabelle enjoying a revival in popularity. (2014 Birth Statistics)
Isa▼ is alike in pronunciation to Asa, Assa, Asya and Aza. Other suggested similar baby names are Ida▼, Iesha▼, Ila▼, Ilsa, Ima▼, Ina▼, Ira▼, Isha, Isla▲, Ita and Iva▼. These names tend to be less frequently used than Isa.