|Subject:||Not according to the link you've provided.|
|Author:||Bernadette (Authenticated as popular1)|
|Date:||March 27, 2008 at 9:04:52 PM|
|Reply to:||No!(m) by Loxandra|
"Possibly means 'contentious' in Hebrew. This was the name of Sarah in the Old Testament before God changed it (see Genesis 17:15)."
Andy said that, "In the (Greek) Septuagint, the change is from SARA to SARRA." He never mentions Sarai as being Greek. And even though I shouldn't be contradicting a native Greek speaker, Sarai means the exact same thing in Greek as it does in English. AND place names are pretty common now, so even if it's a place, it could easily still be a name.
Anna Bella: Victoria, do you have soy sauce?
Me: Right, of course Anna Bella. Here's that random packet of soy sauce I just HAPPEN to keep in my purse!
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