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Origin: Egypt
Region Origin: Northern Africa

Sara is a girl's name of Hebrew origin that means "princess". It is a variation of Sarah, the name given to Abraham's wife in the Bible. The name is also correlated to the Hebrew word "Sar," meaning "chief" or "ruler". In the Old Testament, Sarah is Abraham's wife and Isaac's mother, and she was initially barren until God intervened, allowing her to give birth to Isaac, who became the father of Jacob and the father of the twelve tribes of Israel. The name Sara has been popular all over the world, from the United States to the Indian subcontinent. It is primarily used as a feminine name and has strong biblical roots. Sara has several variations in spelling, including Sarah, the most common English form of the name, as well as Sarai, Zahra, Zara, Sera, Sarra, Saara, and Sarrah. The name has been predominantly used for girls and has remained popular throughout the English-speaking world and beyond, with variations appearing in many languages, such as "Sara" in Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese.

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