Meaning: a variant spelling of Sarah, a Hebrew feminine name meaning "lady, princess, noblewoman".
In the Old Testament, Sarah is the wife of Abraham, who gave birth to their son Isaac when she was 90 years-old. Her name was originally Sarai (meaning "my princess") but was changed by God to Sarah.
- Saara (Finnish)
- Sarra (Biblical Greek)
- Kala (Hawaiian)
- Sarit (Hebrew diminutive of Sarah)
- Sarita (Spanish diminutive of Sarah)
- Sadie (English diminutive of Sarah)
- Sally (English diminutive of Sarah)