The goddess Isis was an important figure in ancient Egypt. The ideal wife with a name meaning “throne,” she was the very embodiment of the Pharaoh’s supernatural right to power. Thus it’s no surprise that some women might see fit to name their daughters after her. In fact, Isis was one of the most popular baby names among Portuguese people in 2012.
That said, Facebook’s not about to let you be a member of their exclusive, 1-billion-plus people network if you have such a first name. We’re being hyperbolic, but so it would seem. Isis Anchalee is an engineer living in San Francisco, and after the attacks in Paris last Friday, in [...]