What does Sarika mean?
Associated with: princess.
Sarika has 35 different relations via Sarah: Sadie▲, Saira, Sairah, Sara▼, Sarai▲, Saraia, Saramae, Saran, Sareen, Sarely, Sarena, Sarha, Sarhah, Sari, Saria, Sarie, Sarina, Sarine, Sarissa, Sarita, Sarka, Sarolta, Sarotta, Sarra, Sarrah, Sarrey, Sasa, Sera, Serita, Shara, Shari▼, Sorcha, Zara▲, Zaria and Zarita.Creative forms:
(female) Sarisa, Sorika, ..
(male) Sarisa, Sariva, .. Middle name pairings:
Sarika Laylani (S.L.), ..
How popular is Sarika?
Sarika is a rare first name for women. Sarika is an equally unique surname for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Which version is better?with its source form and related girl names. Sadie (#52 from current records), Sarah (#58), Sara (#162), Zara (#402), Sarai (#440), Zaria (#872), Sarina (#1342), Sorcha, Sarena, Saira, Shari, Shara, Sarita, Sarrah, Sera and Sari are the prominent alternative forms of Sarika (outside Top 2000). These relations of Sarika were favored as baby names during the years 1980-1989 (average #1366) and are now significantly less popular (#1333, 67.2% less usage), with forms such as Sarah becoming somewhat outmoded. Sarah has been the most popular choice, though Sadie has gained in usage. (Top 2000 Names, 2015)
Sarika is pronounced similarly to Zorica. Other suggested similar names are Arika, Carina▼, Carita, Danika, Daria, Darina, Dorika, Enrika, Erika▼, Faricka (see Farica), Gerika, Jamika, Janika, Jareika (see Jarica), Jarica, Jarika, Jerika, Karida, Karima, Karina▼, Karlika (see Charlotte), Klarika, Lanika, Larina, Larisa, Larita, Malika, Maria▼, Marika, Mariko, Marina▼, Mariska, Mariza, Maryka, Nariko, Parisa, Sabrina▼, Sadia, Sadina, Sadira, Safia, Safira, Safiya, Salima, Salina, Samia, Sarese, Sarinna, Saryna, Satina, Savina, Serina, Shamika, Shanika, Sharice, Sharifa, Sharik, Sharika, Sharina, Sharisa, Sharise, Sharissa, Sherisa, Shurka, Siria, Syria, Tanika, Tarina, Terika, Ulrika, Varka, Yarina, Zalika and Zarina. These names tend to be more commonly used than Sarika.See names in meaning and etymology.