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My daughter's name- she has told me that she absolutely loves it. The meaning of noble really matches her character.
I am glad that we chose this name for her, it is gorgeous and feminine and strong.
Beautiful.
My friend's sister has this name, and I think it's a great name. Many female names can be not great, but as usual, Hebrew ones are amazing. It says feminine but in an excellent way. I don't know if that makes sense but it's a beautiful name.
So so beautiful.
It reminds me of Adhara, another name I find nice and also Ada, a name that I don't hate. And what other meaning is greater than noble?
The name Adara was given to 28 girls born in the US in 2016.
I like this name. It has the same feel as Andromeda or Lyra but more flair. It also reminds me of Adora, another nice name. It also means noble, a great meaning.
A gorgeous and definitely noble name.
A beautiful name with a lovely meaning. It can read as a made-up name to some, but that doesn't bother me.
I love this name. It's unusual and fantastical, but recognisably soft and feminine.
Beautiful! For some reason, it makes me think of winter--cold, ice.
This is also a name in the Romani (Gypsy) language.
It's a regal name that's also fun to look at, because of the evenly spaced a's. For some reason, I always imagine red fabric when I hear it.
This name strikes me as delectably beautiful. It has a lovely sound and an appealing meaning. It could easily be adopted to honour a relative called Adela, Adele, or Alice, which have the same meaning.
Despite the meaning "noble" the Hebrew word Adar has its linguistic roots in the Assyrian word for "cloudy" or "darkness". The Hebrew Adar is the root of the word Adir ("power") which has given rise to another pretty Hebrew name for girls, Adira. In the Talmud "adar" or "adara" denotes a flag or sail.
The intention of the word Adar is the Jewish month, when Poorim been celebrated.
What a beautiful name.
Another meaning is "dark" or "black".
In Greek Adara means beauty.
It is pronounced ah-dah-rah in Hebrew.

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