What does Serah mean?
Associated with: princess.
(female) Senah, Serria, ..
(male) Seran, Seria, ..
How popular is Serah?
Serah is a rare first name for women. Serah is also a unique last name for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Which version is better?with its source form and related girl names. Below is a charted study of the popularity of the girl name Serah and corresponding names. Saira, Sara (#162 a year ago), Sarah (#58), Sarai (#440), Sari, Sarrah, Sera, Shara, Sorcha, Zahra (#690), Zara (#402), Zarah (#1779) and Zaria (#872) are the popular varying forms of Serah (not ranked). Adoption of these forms of Serah reached its peak in the 1980s (usage of 2.9%) and is now much lower (usage 0.6%, 79.4% less). Sarah is a perennial favorite, though Zahra has become trendy as well over time, while versions such as Sara have lost favor. (Top 2000 Names, 2015)
Serah is pronounced similarly to Ceara, Cearaa, Ceira, Cera, Cerea, Ciera▼, Cierrah, Cira, Cyra, Cyrah, Sahra, Sariah, Seara, Siara, Siera, Sierra▼, Siri, Siria, Soraya, Suri, Syria, Zahrah, Zariah▲, Zorah and Zorrah. Other suggested similar names are Abrah, Amerah, Barah, Beah, Darah, Debrah, Dejah▼, Denah, Dorah, Farah, Jorah, Karah, Kyrah, Leah▲, Lelah▼, Lenah, Leorah, Lorah, Marah, Meerah, Merah, Mirah, Morah, Norah▲, Oprah, Orah, Perah, Sabah, Sabrah, Sadah, Sean, Sebra, Seemah, Sela, Sena▼, Seraphe, Serenah, Serinah, Shera, Sheraa, Sherae, Sherah, Sherai, Sheran, Sheray, Shirah, Simah, Tarah, Terah and Terrah. These names tend to be more frequently used than Serah.See names in meaning and etymology.