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- Isarn of Pallars (died 948)
- Isarn, Bishop of Grenoble (950–976)
- Peire Isarn (died 1226), bishop
- Isarn (troubadours) (fl. c. 1240), troubadour
- Isarn Marques (fl. c. 1250), troubadour
- Isarn Rizol (fl. c. 1250), troubadour
- Raimon Isarn (fl. c. 1264), troubadour
- Isarn (inquisitor) (fl. bef. 1292), inquisitor
- Ísarn in Norse can mean iron (as in the German Eisen)
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