What does Sakura mean?
(female) Sakuna, Sakusa, ..
(male) Sakuge, Sakuran, ..
How popular is Sakura?
Sakura is an uncommonly occurring first name for females and also an uncommon last name for all people. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Shown below is the birth name history of Sakura for girls. Sakura has yet to be ranked in the Top 2000 thus far. (2015 U.S. SSA Records)
Recommended names are Alura, Aura, Babara, Bahira, Bakura, Bara, Barbra, Caera, Darra, Fadora, Farra, Glaura, Hadara, Hajjra, Hajra, Jaidra, Jakira, Kandra, Katura, Laura▼, Madera, Madira, Maira, Makara, Maura, Natura, Sabra, Sadia, Sadira, Safira, Sagara, Sahara, Saharra, Sahndra (see Sandra), Sahra, Saida, Saira, Salama, Saloma, Samara, Samaria, Samira, Samma, Samuela, Sandra▼, Sanzia, Saphira, Saquoia, Saquoya (see Sequoia), Sara▼, Sarka, Sarra, Sasa, Saskia, Sayda, Semira, Shaka, Shakeera, Shakira▼, Shakitra, Sheera, Shera, Shifra, Shula, Shura, Tahira, Tamara▼, Tara▼, Tarra, Taura, Valoura, Yaira, Yakira, Zahara and Zahira. These names tend to be more frequently used than Sakura.See names in meaning and etymology.