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What does Saramae mean?

Saramae Pronunciation of Saramae [sara-mae] as a name for girls is a Hebrew name, and Saramae means "princess". Saramae is a variant form of Sarah (Hebrew). Biblical: originally called Sarai.

Associated with: princess.


24 relations via Sarah: Sara, Sarahann, Sarahlee, Sarai, Saraia, Sarajane, Sarajean, Saralee, Saralyn, Saran, Sarena, Sarette, Sarha, Sarhah, Saria, Sarie, Sarika, Sarina, Sarine, Sarita, Sarka, Sarotte, Sarra and Sarrah.

Creative forms:
(female) Sarama, Soramae, ..

(male) Saraman, Sarane, ..

Middle name pairings:
Saramae Ameera (S.A.), ..

How popular is Saramae?

Saramae is a rare first name for females. Saramae is an equivalently unique last name too for all people. (2000 U.S. Demographics)

Which version is better?

with its source form and related girl names. Sarah (#58 the previous year), Sara (#162), Sarai (#440), Sarina (#1342), Sarrah, Sarena and Sarita are the popular alternative forms of Saramae (not ranked) listed in the Top 2000. Other variants, like Saria, are seldom used. Usage of these relations of Saramae reached its apex 35 years ago (usage of 2.9%) and has become significantly less since (usage 0.5%, 82%), with versions like Sara becoming somewhat dated. Sarai is the most chic girl name in this list. (2015 Birth Statistics)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Sara, Sarah, Sarai, Sarena, Sarina in U.S.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Sarita, Sarrah in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Sara, Sarah outside U.S.

Similar Names

Recommended names are Annamae, Claramae, Darnae, Ellamae, Jarae, Larae, Laramae, Rajanae, Sagara, Sahara, Saharah, Sahlma, Salama, Salima, Salimah, Sallama, Salma, Salmah, Saloma, Salome, Samala, Samale, Samara, Samarie, Samma, Sammee, Sammie, Sarene, Sarese, Sariah, Saryna, Savana, Savanah, Seraphe, Sesame, Shadae, Shalamar, Shanae, Sharae, Sharaia, Sharana, Sharaya, Sharayah, Sharaye, Sharazad, Shardae, Sharman, Sharmane, Soraya and Tajanae. These names tend to be more commonly used than Saramae.

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