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The name Sariah is from the Book of Mormon. Its meaning is 'Princess of the Lord'. It is a beautiful name and also the name of my eldest daughter.
-- Missy30  1/12/2005
Sariah is a Muslim word meaning 'march'.
-- field  12/31/2005
I believe the right way to say it is Sa-rie-uh. One of my personal favorites, and beats Sarah to the moon and back!
-- Bethanee_1991  8/2/2006
Sariah is my name, and it is very unique. I've only met one other Sariah in my life. Most teachers get it wrong and say Sarah. I swear I need to capitalize the "I" or something. It's suh-rye-uh.
-- SaRiAh  2/3/2007
Sariah could also be a combination of Sarah and Mariah.
-- bibi66  2/19/2007
I know it is annoying when people call you one name when you are so used to it being pronounced a certain way. My name is also Sariah.
-- CookieMonster15  6/6/2007
I have a friend named Sariah and I LOVE her name. It's so pretty.
-- AudioXVampire  1/4/2008
This is an outstanding name. I'm using this for one of my Mortal Kombat stories I'm writing!
-- aquaspirit96  1/11/2008
This name is just so cool-ish. It sounds very nice and somewhat lovely.
-- aquaspirit96  1/15/2008
I like this name. It sounds like something someone made up for a story. And the fact that it could translate to "Princess of God" makes it even greater.
-- Pippin  3/15/2008
Pronounced "sah-rya".
-- Emilie007  8/3/2008
Sariah is my grand-daughter's name, and I think it's a beautiful one. It has the same pronunciation as the name "Soraya" (alternatively spelled "Suraya"), a girl's name of Arabic origin. The name is also related to "Thurayya" (meaning "the Pleiades"), also a name of Arabic origin borrowed by the Turkish. The Pleiades are a physically-related group of seven stars in the constellation Taurus. In myth, the seven stars are sisters. Her Imperial Highness the Princess Soraya of Iran (1932-2001) was a beautiful and glamorous bearer of the name.
-- Anonymous User  9/4/2008
This should be pronounced sah-REE-ah.
-- Anonymous User  8/2/2009

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