What does Sarrah mean?
Sarrah /sar-rah/ [2 sylls.] as a girls' name. Sarrah's root is Hebrew, and Sarrah means "princess". Sarrah is an alternate spelling of Sarah (Hebrew). Biblical: originally called Sarai. Serrao is a conventional last name.
Sarrah has 47 more relations via Sarah: Sadee, Sadella, Sadelle, Sadellia, Sadie▲, Sadye▼, Saidee, Sal, Sallee, Salley, Salli, Sallie▼, Sally▼, Sarabeth, Sarahann, Sarahity, Sarahlee, Sarahlynn, Sarajane, Sarajean, Saralee, Saralyn, Saralynn, Saramae, Saran, Sareen, Sarely, Sarena, Sarette, Sarika, Sarina▼, Sarine, Sarissa, Sarita, Sarka, Sarolta, Sarotta, Sarotte, Sasa, Serach, Serita, Shara, Shari▼, Sorcha, Sydel, Sydelle and Zarita.Kreatif forms: Sarri, Surah. [more]
How popular is Sarrah?
Sarrah is an uncommon first name for females. Sarrah is an equally rare surname for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Presented below is the baby name popularity of Sarrah for girls. Sarrah reached its apex rank of #973 in the U.S. in the 1880s, but is not found in the list currently. (2014 Birth Statistics)
Sadie (#46 the previous year), Sadye, Sallie, Sally, Sara (#167), Sarah (#50), Sarai (#447), Sarina, Shara, Shari, Sorcha, Zahra (#916), Zara (#422) and Zaria (#860) are the prominent variation forms of Sarrah ranked in the Top 1000. Variants like Sarabeth are seldom used. Usage of these girl names reached its most widespread during 1890-1899 (usage of 0.3295%) and is somewhat lower today (usage 0.2728%, ▼17.2%), with forms such as Sallie, Sally, Sarina, Shari and Zaria becoming somewhat outmoded. Sadie (#46), Sarai (#447) and Zara (#422) are three of the more contemporarily stylish names for newborns here, with Sadie undergoing a resurgence in usage. Shown below is a comparison of the usage of the girl name Sarrah and associated names. (2014 Birth Statistics)
Sarrah is alike in pronunciation to Ciarrah, Sahra, Sariah, Searra, Zahrah, Zariah▲ and Zorrah. Other recommended similar baby names are Darrah, Farrah▼, Karrah, Sabrah, Saharah, Sherah, Shirah and Tarrah. These names tend to be more commonly used than Sarrah.