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What does Amyrah mean?

Amyrah /amy-rah/ as a girls' name. The name Amyrah means "princess; treetop, proverb, or sheaf of corn". Amyrah is a variant form, with the prefix Amy-, of Amira (Arabic, Hebrew): feminine of Amir.

Associated with: princess

Variations

Amyrah has 6 variants: Ameera, Ameerah, Amera, Amerah, Amirah and Amyra.

Amyrah has 3 more alternative forms via Amira: Meerah, Merah and Mirah.

Kreatif forms:
(female) Amyan, Amyrahra, ..

(male) Amyraf, Amyram, ..

How popular is Amyrah?

Amyrah is a rare first name for women. Amyrah is an equivalently rare surname too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)

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Ranking and usage % can show different trends depending on the distribution of names that year.

Ameera (#1907 from current records), Ameerah, Amira (#418) and Amirah (#665) are the prominent varying forms of Amyrah (outside Top 2000) ranked in the Top 2000. Usage of these relations of Amyrah was at its peak in 2014 (usage of 0.1%). Amira and Amirah are two of the more trendy girl names among these. Displayed below is a comparison of the statistics of Amyrah and corresponding names. (2014 Birth Statistics)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Ameera, Ameerah, Amira, Amirah in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Amyrah and related baby names outside U.S.

Similar Names

NAMES LIKE AMYRAH

Amyrah is alike in pronunciation to Amara, Amari, Amariah, Amarra, Amora, Amorra, Emera and Omyra. Other suggested similar names are Abiah, Abrah, Acimah, Adiah, Adorae, Adoray, Adra, Adrah, Adriah, Agnah, Aishah, Aisiah, Akyra, Alanah, Allydah (see Alida), Allysah, Almah, Almirah, Almyra, Alura, Alydah, Alynah, Alysa, Alysan, Alyza, Amana, Amaris, Amaya, Amiah, Amica, Amicah, Amina, Aminah, Amita, Amiyah, Amma, Amor, Amore, Amya, Amynah, Amynta, Andra, Anora, Anorah, Aphra, Ara, Ariah, Asiah, Asyah, Atara, Ayla, Azariah, Azura, Barah, Cyrah, Darah, Elmyrah, Farah, Kylah, Kyrah, Laylah, Leorah, Myrah, Orah, Tamarah, Tarah and Tarrah. These names tend to be more commonly used than Amyrah.


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