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pinWhat does Karah mean?

Karah /ka-rah/ as a girls' name. Karah's name origin is Latin, and the name Karah means "beloved". Karah is a version, with the suffix -h, of Kara (Latin): transcription of Cara.


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Karah has 9 variants: Cara, Kaira, Karee, Kari, Karie, Karrah, Karri, Karrie and Kary.

Karah has 8 more relations via Kara: Karalee, Karalie, Karalyn, Kariana, Kariann, Karina, Karine and Karita.

Kreatif forms: Kalrah, Kearah, Klarah. [more]

pinHow popular is Karah?

Karah is a rare given name for females. Karah is an equivalently unique surname too for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)

Prominent related forms of Karah (not ranked) are Cara (#672 last year), Kara (#442), Kari, Karie, Karina (#429), Karri and Karrie. These forms of Karah were popular 4 decades ago (usage of 0.53%) and are somewhat less popular today (usage 0.21%, down 60.9%). Kara is the continual favorite, though Karina is currently the more favored form, while versions like Kari are now somewhat dated. Below is a charted analysis of the popularity of Karah and associated names. (Top Baby Names, 2014)

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Cara, Kara, Kari, Karie, Karina in U.S.

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Karri, Karrie in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Cara, Kara outside U.S.


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Karah is pronounced similarly to Caragh, Carey, Caro, Cora, Karry, Keera, Kera, Keree, Kerri, Kerry, Kiara, Kiera, Kiri, Kirra, Kirya, Kora, Korey, Kori, Korie, Kory, Kyra, Kyrha, Kyria, Kyrie and Kyrra. Other suggested similar baby names are Barah, Cyrah, Dajah, Danah, Darah, Darrah, Farah, Farrah, Hajrah, Kaia, Kala, Kalae, Kalah, Kalan, Karan, Karas, Karel, Karen, Karenah, Karimah, Karis, Karlah, Karma, Karon, Karyl, Karys, Kata, Klara, Maiah, Marah, Mariah, Mayah, Morah, Norah, Perah, Sabah, Sadah, Sairah, Sarah, Sariah, Serah, Tajah, Tamrah, Tarah, Tarrah, Terah, Tiarah, Zahrah, Zarah and Zariah. These names tend to be more commonly used than Karah.

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