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I think this name is beautiful, in both a traditional and exotic way.
dreadfulxsorry  11/16/2006
It's an okay name, but it sounds like Atari. I wouldn't name my kid that.
flipflops5  3/4/2007
I'd like it a lot better if the name was stressed on the second syllable instead.
― Anonymous User  6/3/2007
I stress the second syllable when I say it. This is my name in Hebrew.
Atarah Derek  7/14/2007
I prefer Tara.
leananshae  12/26/2007
I have known a handful of Atarahs and Ataras, some of whom were Israeli, and I have always always always heard it pronounced closer to uh-TAR-uh, and never AT-a-ra. From what I know about the Hebrew language AT-a-ra is incorrect. [noted -ed]
ZoeAliza  4/18/2008
@ZoeAliza, the pronunciation with the first syllable stressed is not incorrect. In Hebrew, there is not definite stress, as in European languages. The syllables actually have equal stress, and can change based on context. Of course, English speakers would naturally want to stress the second syllable.
Tiger Lilly  10/12/2013
Pronounced "ah-tah-rah".
Emilie007  8/13/2008
Very pretty, and much more likable than Aaliyah or Jordan or other popular Hebrew names.
Black_X  10/31/2011
A beautiful name, but it seems to be a name that would fit a fictional villain.
Tiger Lilly  10/12/2013
Love it. Pretty, regal, sounds like the name of a queen.
RoseTintsMyWorld  5/9/2016

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