Meaning and name origin
Tarra \t(ar)-ra\ as a girl's name is of Gaelic and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Tarra is "hill; star". Tarra is a variant of Tara (Gaelic, Sanskrit): ancient Tara was the site of the "stone of destiny" on which Irish kings resided, and Margaret Mitchell probably had this in mind when she named the fictional home of Scarlett O'Hara in her 1936 novel "Gone With the Wind".
Tarra is a somewhat popular first name for females (#3411 out of 4276, Top 80%) but an uncommon surname or last name for all people (2000 U.S. Census).
Tarra is also pronounced similarly to Taree, Taura, Teara, Tera▼, Terea, Terra▼, Terrah, Terri▼, Terry▼, Terrya, Tiairra, Tiara▼, Tiarra, Tiera▼, Tierra▼, Tora, Toria, Torri, Torry, Tyra▼ and Tyria. Other suggested similar baby names are Barra, Darra, Farra, Karra, Larra, Marra, Sarra, Tahira, Tamra▼, Thora▼, Thyra and Trea. These names tend to be less commonly used than Tarra.