Comments for the name Farah


Comments for FARAH:

My father told me it means "star" in Urdu.
-- Anonymous User  2/27/2005
A famous bearer of the name is the former Queen of Iran Farah Palavi.
-- Anonymous User  7/5/2005
Another famous bearer is Star Fox's girlfriend; Fara Phoenix (without the "h") phoenix (arguably pronounced 'fennecs'). She appeared in Star Fox comics from 2/'93 - 12/'93.
-- Tbird  4/19/2006
This is my mother's name. I think, personally, it's beautiful beyond compare. The name in of itself always brings a smile to me, I'd love to call my child Farah, if my mum would allow me!
-- Zai  9/5/2006
My father told me it means "star" in Urdu. No, it DOESN'T mean "STAR" in Urdu, I'm pretty sure. I think that's Sitara (star).
-- minikupcake  12/2/2006
It's pronounced FUR-AH, not FAY-RAH or FAI-RAH. It sounds pretty like that too!
-- Anonymous User  12/6/2006
Farah is the name of a character in the Prince of Persia Playstation game trilogy.
-- Kelpie  1/23/2007
With a double "r": Farrah Fawcett, of 70's fame.
-- leananshae  12/17/2007
This is my absolute favorite name, but I would feel very awkward using it since I do not come from an Arabic background.
-- Maro  5/9/2008
Fara (minus the 'h') is the blacksmith/healer in Act II of Diablo II: Lord of Destruction. She is said to have once belonged to the Church of Light but is no longer part of the Zakarum. She is an upstanding woman.
-- Lily_le_Fae  12/28/2009
I developed a real liking for this name after watching the '70s fantasy adventure film, Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger. In it, Farah was the name of Jane Seymour's character, a beautiful Middle Eastern princess and Sinbad's love interest. Princess Farah was a breathtaking blend of exotic Eastern promise and '70s Boho chic.
-- JJSkeete  7/30/2010

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