Saarah is an Arabic variation of the feminine Hebrew name Sarah which means 'Princess'. As Sarah is a popular name in Britain, Saarah is quite popular amongst British citizens with Arabic heritage.
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Saarah is baby girl name mainly popular in Muslim religion and its main origin is Arabic. Saarah name meanings is Happy, pure. Saarah is written in Urdu, Hindi, Arabic, Bangla as سارہ, साराह, سارہ,ساره, সারাহ. Other similar sounding names can be Saabiq, Saabiqah, Saabir, Saabit, Saad, Saadah, Saadat, Saadi, Saadiq, Saaduddin, Saadullah, Saafi, Saafir, Saahib, Saahir, Saahirah, Saaib, Saaid, Saaii, Saaim.
Saarah is one of the most loved baby girl name, its meaning is happy, pure, .
Well, Saarah can be written in various beautiful fonts in Urdu, Hindi, Arabic, Bangla as سارہ, साराह, سارہ,ساره, সারাহ.
The people with name Saarah are mostly known as Muslim.
Most of the muslim names are orginated from Arabic origin.
Saarah name has 6 letter and 1 word and it average name but still not very hard to pronounce.
No! Saarah is an average length name.
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|Numerology of name Saarah||4 (subtotal of 13)|
Saarah has the numerology 4. These people are always trying new things and that is why they are known to be struggling against all the limits that are put in front of them. They do not let anything stop them and they literally fight with everything that comes their way.
The people with numerology 4 are one of a kind because they are very different from normal people. The gender of this name Saarah is Girl. They are the ones who know the value of foundation. They are also very kind with their services and they generally like to help people.
They also do not believe in jumping to the top and coming down quickly rather they believe in steady growth in every aspect. The meaning of this beautiful name is Happy, pure. The religion is Muslim. These are the people who are more prone towards slow growth but the steady one rather than immediately reaching the top and coming to bottom the very next day.