Gender Feminine
Pronounced Pron. SEHR-ə  [key·IPA]

Meaning & History

Either a variant of Sarah or a short form of Seraphina.

Related Names

VariantsSara, Sarah
DiminutivesSadie, Sal, Sallie, Sally, Sarina
Other Languages & CulturesSara(Albanian) Sara, Sarah(Arabic) Sarah(Biblical) Sara, Sarrha(Biblical Greek) Sarah(Biblical Hebrew) Sarra(Biblical Latin) Sara(Bosnian) Sara(Catalan) Sara(Croatian) Sára(Czech) Sara, Sarah(Danish) Sara, Sarah, Saar, Sarina(Dutch) Saara, Sari, Salli, Sara(Finnish) Sara, Sarah, Séraphine(French) Sara(Galician) Sara, Sarah, Sarina, Seraphina(German) Sara(Greek) Kala(Hawaiian) Sara, Sarah, Sarit(Hebrew) Sára(Hungarian) Sara(Icelandic) Sara, Serafina, Fina(Italian) Seraphina(Late Roman) Sara(Macedonian) Sara, Sarah(Norwegian) Sara(Persian) Sara(Polish) Sara, Serafina(Portuguese) Sara(Romanian) Serafima(Russian) Sara(Serbian) Sára(Slovak) Sara(Slovene) Sara, Serafina, Fina(Spanish) Sara, Sarah, Sassa(Swedish) Suri, Tzeitel(Yiddish)
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Entry updated February 28, 2019