Sarah
Origin/Usage
Hebrew
Pronunciation
SER-ə/SAR-ə
Meaning
Princess, lady-like
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Sarah originates in Hebrew language and means "princess, lady-like". In the Bible, Sarah was the wife of Abraham and the mother of Isaac. She was described as a woman of great beauty. She is also an important person in the Koran and an honored woman in the Islamic faith. The name became popular in the 17th century and has been popular ever since.

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Famous Sarahs

Sarah Ferguson - Duchess of York
Sarah Mutch - model
Sarah Eaton - published author
Sarah Palin - politician
Sarah McLachlan - musician
Sarah Connor - musician
Sarah Douglas - actress
Sarah Brown - actress
Sarah Chalke - actress
Sarah Brightman - musician
Sarah Brewer - published author
Sarah Dawson - published author
Sarah Edwards - writer
Sarah Hughes - athlete
Sarah Campion - writer
Sarah Michelle Gellar - actress
Sarah Jessica Parker - actress

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