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Origin of the name SARAH.
Etymology of the name SARAH.
Meaning of the baby name SARAH.

  

SARAH (שָׂרָה).  Biblical.  Hebrew name meaning "a princess."  Latin Sara, N.T. Greek Sarra.  Usage: America, Australia, Belgium, England, France, Germany, Ireland, Israel, Scotland, Wales. 

Sarah was adopted as the equivalent for no less than three Irish names—Sadhbh (pronounced Soyv), Sorcha (bright), and Saraid (excellent). (History of Christian Names, Yonge, 1884)

SARAH.  The name which Abraham's wife received by direction of God during the last years of her life, she having been called Sarai (q.v.) during her youth and middle age (Gen. xvii. 15). Abraham married her in Ur of the Chaldees (xi. 28-31). (The Sunday School Teacher's Bible Manual, Hunter, 1894)

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