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Meaning of the Name Sarah

The first name Sarah is of Biblical, Muslim, Hebrew origin. It is often a girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

Biblical: Lady; Princess; Princess of the Multitude
Muslim: Variant of Sara: Pure. Happy
Hebrew: Princess. in the Bible, Sarah Was the Wife of Abraham and Mother of Isaac. Her Name Was Originally Sarai (Quarrelsome), But God Commanded That Her Name Be Changed to Sarah Before the Birth of Her Son
Hebrew: Princess
Hebrew: A Princess (Sara, Sari, Sally, Sarena, Sarita, Zara, Zarah)

Similar Names

Sacar | Sagar | Sar | Sarai | Sariyah | Sarwar | Sharai | Sharar | Saaraa | Sagirah |

Related Names

Hagar  (Hebrew)
Forsaken. Flight. Famous Bearer: the Old Testament Maidservant of Sarah, Wife of Abraham
Ike  (Hebrew)
Diminutive of Isaac: He Laughs. Laughter. The Only Son Born to Abraham and His Wife Sarah (In the Old Testament). Famous Bearer: Nickname of American President Dwight D. Eisenhower (-)
Isaac  (Hebrew)
He Laughs. Laughter. The Only Son Born to Abraham and His Wife Sarah (In the Old Testament). Famous Bearers: British Scientist Sir Isaac Newton (-) and the Great Violinist Itzhak Perlman
Ishmael  (Hebrew)
God Listens. in the Bible Ismael Was Son of Abraham by Sarah's Egyptian Slave Woman Hagar
Ishmael  (Spanish)
God Listens. in the Bible Ismael Was Son of Abraham by Sarah's Egyptian Slave Woman Hagar
Ismael  (Hebrew)
God Listens. in the Bible Ismael Was Son of Abraham by Sarah's Egyptian Slave Woman Hagar
Ismael  (Spanish)
God Listens. in the Bible Ismael Was Son of Abraham by Sarah's Egyptian Slave Woman Hagar
Maysarah  (Muslim)
Ease. Comfort
Sadie  (Hebrew)
Diminutive of Sarah: Princess
Sadie  (English)
Diminutive of Sarah: Princess; or Mercedes: Mercy
Sal  (Hebrew)
Diminutive of Sarah: Princess
Sal  (English)
Diminutive of Sally (From Sarah: Princess)
Salena  (English)
Variant of Sally (From Sarah: Princess)
Salina  (English)
Variant of Sally (From Sarah: Princess)
Sally  (Hebrew)
Diminutive of Sarah: Princess
Sally  (English)
Diminutive of Sarah: Princess. Sally is Now Considered a Name in Its Own Right
Sally  (Hebrew)
Form of Sarah
Sara  (Arabic)
Arabic Form of Sarah
Sara  (Hebrew)
Variant of Sarah: Princess
Sarai  (Hebrew)
Contentious; Sarah's Name in the Bible Before it Was Changed. Origin: Hebrew
Saranna  (English)
Compound of Sarah: Princess; and Anne: Favour or Grace
Sarilyn  ()
A Combination of Sarah and Lynn
Sarina  (Hebrew)
Variant of Sarah: Princess
Sarita  (Hebrew)
Spanish Variant of Sarah: Princess
Sorcha  (Celtic/Gaelic)
Form of Sarah or Bright
Sorcha  (Scottish)
Bright; Anglicization:Sarah (Princess), Clara (Famous, Clear, Bright). (Sor-ah)
Zack  (Hebrew)
Diminutive of Zachariah: the Lord Has Remembered, and of Isaac: He Laughs. Laughter. The Only Son Born to Abraham and His Wife Sarah (In the Old Testament). Famous Bearer: Nickname of American Preside
Zak  (Hebrew)
Diminutive of Zachariah: the Lord Has Remembered, and of Isaac: He Laughs. Laughter. The Only Son Born to Abraham and His Wife Sarah (In the Old Testament). Famous Bearer: Nickname of American Preside
Zara  (Islamic)
As Magnificiant As the Dawn; a Variation of Sarah
Zara  (Hebrew)
Variant of Sarah: Princess

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