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Girl Names Ending with -rah

Rah ending baby names and what they mean, with 68 results. -rah names are used more often as feminine names. These girl names were at the peak of their popularity in the 1950s (ADOPTION OF 4%) and have become significantly less common since (ADOPTION 0.6%, DOWN 86%), with names like Deborah becoming less fashionable. Amirah (#707) and Norah (#153) are two of the more fashionable birth names in this compilation, while Dorrah (TOP 91%) and Prah (41%) are common -rah last names.

-rah names

Abrah - Elmyrah | Farrah - Norah | Norah - Tarah | Terah - Zorah

Abrah - Elmyrah

Abrah
Form of Abra. From Hebrew, Arabic, Akan languages. "Father of many." Airah is a marginally favored girl's name. See also Adrah.

Adrah
Form of Adara. Stems fr. Arabic, Greek, Hebrew elements. "Virgin; beauty; noble." Uncommon. Compare Adrah with common -ah surnames Ansah (TOP 35%), Ankrah (53%). See also Adora.

Myrah1, Mirah1, Elmyrah1, Almirah
Var. of Almera. Derived fr. Arabic. "Princess." Miras (UPPER 59%), Mirch (70%) are popular last names.

Amira and variants

Mirah2, Merah, Meerah, Amyrah, Amirah, Amerah, Ameerah
Var. of Amira. Origin fr. Arabic, Hebrew languages. "Princess." Sparing use. Ameerah and variants are not listed in the US Census.

Annora and variants

Norah, Anorah
Var. of Annora. Derivative of Latin. "Honor." Anorah and Norah became more trendy in 2016, gaining +6 positions as girls' names with Norah gaining the most.

Ashirah1
Var. of Ashira. Stems fr. Hebrew language. "Rich; I will sing." Ashirah is uncommon as a children's name. See also Ashiah.

Ashirah2
Form of Ashra. Derivative of Hebrew language. "Fortunate, felicitous." Ashirah is uncommonly used as a feminine name. See also Ashira.

Barah
Var. of Bara. Root fr. Hebrew, Arabic elements. "To select; innocent." Barah is unique as a baby name. See also Bera.

Carah
Form of Cara. From Latin, Irish, Gaelic. "Beloved; friend." Carah is not a Top 2000 name. See also Cary.

Cierrah, Ciarrah
Forms of Ciara. Source fr. Irish, Gaelic language. "Black." Unique. Ciarrah and Cierrah are not found in the US Census.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -rah names: Ameerah, Amirah, Deborah, Debrah, Devorah, Norah

Cyrah1
Var. of Cira. Derived fr. Greek word. "Lord." Not that common as a children's name. See also Cyra.

Cyrah2
Form of Cyra. Stems fr. Greek element. "Lord." Cyrah is not frequently used as a baby name. See also Kyrah.

Darrah, Darah
Forms of Dara. Origin fr. Hebrew language. "Nugget of wisdom." Derah and Dorrah are creative forms.

Deborah and variants

Deborah, var. Devorah1, Debrah, Deberah
Derived fr. Hebrew element. "Bee." Deborah (UPPER 70%) and Debrah (92%) occur regularly as surnames.

Devorah

Devorah2
Form of Devora. Derived fr. Hebrew language. "Bee." Devorah is a Top 2000 baby name. See also Debrah.

Dinorah
Var. of Dinah. Derivative of Hebrew element. "Justified." Rare, with the androgynous-sounding -ah suffix for Dinorah, like Deberah.

Dorah
Form of Dora. From Greek language. "Gift." Unusual, with the androgynous -ah ending for Dorah, like Dimonah. See also Drorah.

Drorah
Var. of Derora. Stems fr. Hebrew language. "A bird, a swallow." Rare, with the androgynous -ah suffix for Drorah, like Dayah.

Eliorah
Form of Eliora. Origin fr. Hebrew element. "God is my light." Unique, with the -ah ending for Eliorah, like Elizah, Elvah.

Myrah2, Mirah3, Elmyrah2
Forms of Elmira. Based on Arabic. "Princess." Elmyrah, Mirah and Myrah are hardly found as feminine names.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for -rah names for girls.

1. Abrah - Elmyrah
Abra [Abrah], Adara [Adrah], Almera [Myrah, Mirah, Elmyrah, Almirah], Amira [Mirah, Merah, Meerah, Amyrah, ..], Annora [Norah, Anorah], Ashira [Ashirah], Ashra [Ashirah], Bara [Barah], Cara [Carah], Ciara [Cierrah, Ciarrah], Cira [Cyrah], Cyra [Cyrah], Dara [Darah, Darrah], Deborah [Debrah, Devorah, Deberah], Devora [Devorah], Dinah [Dinorah], Dora [Dorah], Derora [Drorah], Eliora [Eliorah], Elmira [Myrah, Mirah, Elmyrah]


Farrah [Farah], Hadara [Hadarah], Hajar [Hajrah, Hajjrah], Honor [Norah, Honorah], Jorah, Kara [Karah, Karrah], Kefira [Kefirah], Kendra [Kendrah], Keturah, Kyra [Kyrah], Lenore [Lenorah], Leora [Leorah], Lora [Lorah], Mara [Marah], Medea [Medorah], Menora [Menorah], Maura [Morah], Myra [Myrah], Nadira [Nadirah], Leonora [Norah]


Nora [Norah], Eleanor [Norah], Ophrah [Oprah], Orpah [Oprah, Ophrah], Orit [Orah], Otzara [Otzarah], Palma [Pallmirah], Pandora [Pandorah], Peri [Perah], Qiturah [Qeturah, Queturah], Sabra [Sabrah], Sahara [Saharah], Samira [Samirah], Sarah [Zarah, Serah, Sarrah, Sairah], Shamira [Shamirah], Shera [Sherah], Shifra [Shifrah], Shiri [Shirah], Tamara [Tamrah, Tamarah], Tara [Tarah, Tarrah]


Terra [Terah, Terrah], Tiara [Tiarah], Tzipporah [Zipporah], Zahira [Zahirah], Zahra [Zahrah], Zara [Zarah], Zippora [Ziporah, Zipporah], Zora [Zorah, Zorrah]

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