Sarah

Gender: Female
Origin: Hebrew
Meaning: Princess
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The name Sarah means Princess and is of Hebrew origin. Sarah is a name that's been used by parents who are considering baby names for girls.

Sarah is an Old Testament/Biblical name, Abraham's wife and the matriarch of the Jewish people.

Nicknames for Sarah include Sar, Sare, and Sadie.

Famous Sarahs include Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, Sarah Jessica Parker, actress. Sarah Vaughn, singer. Sarah Bernhardt, actress. Sarah Michelle Gellar, actress. Sarah McLaughlan, singer/songwriter. Sarah Paulson, actress. Sarah Bareilles, singer/songwriter. Sarah Silverman, comedian/actress.

Fictional Sarahs include Sarah Connor from the Terminator film and TV franchise, Sarah Manning from Orphan Black, Sarah Jane Smith from TV's Doctor Who, and Sarah Braverman from the show Parenthood.

People who like the name Sarah also like:
FemaleHannah, Emma, Emily, Elizabeth, Abigail, Grace, Olivia
MaleMatthew, Jacob, Benjamin, Ethan, Joshua, Samuel, Andrew
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checkmark Sarah is on 4,992 members' favorite name lists
checkmark Sarah is currently #94 on the Baby Names popularity charts
checkmark Sarah is currently #67 in U.S. births
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From Sarah With Love - Sarah Connor
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Hard Night for Sarah - Kid Rock
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Me And Sarah Jane - Genesis
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Sarah - Bat for Lashes
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Sarah - Eskimo Joe
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Sarah - The Slackers
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Sarah - Thin Lizzy
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Sarah - Ween
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Sarah (Last Night In A Dream) - Declan O'Rourke
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Sarah Goldfarb, Where Are Your Manners - Fear Before the March of Flames
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Sarah Jane - Bob Dylan
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Sarah Maria - James Taylor
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Sarah Smile - Hall & Oates
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Sarah Wynn - Alien Ant Farm
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Sarah Yellin' - 3 Doors Down
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Sarah's Curious Accident - Core
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What Sarah Said - Death Cab for Cutie