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I prefer the spelling Sefira.
― Anonymous User  5/16/2019
Gorgeous. It sounds like the name of a princess.
kayisforkeen  9/12/2018
So gorgeous of a name for a girl, given the lovely history and the unique origin. A Safira has to be beautiful.
― Anonymous User  5/15/2018
This name looks like it belongs on a poorly written Mary Sue elf character in a poorly written "Lord of the Rings" knockoff. It's tacky. Better than Sapphire, but it still belongs in fantasy literature.
kvpp88  6/18/2014
I would spell it like this: Safirah.
Karina  7/4/2012
This name is popular in places like Mozambique and Angola, because those were once Portuguese colonies. Therefore it could also be counted as an African name. Sometimes it is spelled with a Z instead of S, sometimes not.
SithiR  8/22/2009
This is a very beautiful and I would like to name my daughter this. But, I would spell it Saphira. I really like names based off of gems, so of course I like this name!
missBridget  7/20/2009
I really like this name! It's unique and has a cool meaning. I can't think of any bad relations to this name, it being a "safe" choice if you don't mind unconventional names.
NovaNight  7/1/2008
People take their vocabulary names from Esperanto too now, eh? I've never been a big fan of the trend myself, but, well, at least it sounds like an old Latinate name.
― Anonymous User  6/8/2007
I think this is a beautiful name, but it's been ruined for me ever since the awful book 'Eragon' came out. Ugh.
Maro  5/12/2007
In Eragon they spell it SAPHIRA. This name is ok.
― Anonymous User  6/21/2007
"Safira" is also the Portuguese word for "sapphire".
angelsariel  4/29/2006

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