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Origin: Poland
Region Origin: Eastern Europe

Barbara is a feminine name of Greek origin, derived from the word "barbaros," which means "foreign" or "strange". The name has been used in numerous languages and cultures, with various forms and spellings, such as Barbra, Barbe, and Varvara. It is most commonly associated with Saint Barbara, an early Christian martyr who was imprisoned in a tower by her father and later became the patron saint of architects, geologists, stonemasons, and artillerymen. The name Barbara has experienced a resurgence in popularity in modern times, with its timeless appeal and association with notable figures like iconic singer and actress Barbra Streisand.

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