Zara

Pronunciation: za-hra-h
Origin: Saudi Arabia
gender-female
Author

Emmy Samtani

Emmy Samtani

Emmy is the founder of Kiindred and mother to 3 little ones. Over the last 4 years, she has worked with some of the most credible experts in the parenting space and is a keen contributor on all things parenthood.
Region Origin: Western Asia

Zara is a girl's name with multiple meanings and origins. The name means "radiance" and is most notably a variation of Zahrah, derived from Arabic roots meaning "blooming flower". It is also considered a variation of the biblical name Sarah, which means "princess" in Hebrew. The name has gained popularity in various cultures, including Arabic, Hebrew, and Persian. The origin of the name Zara can be traced back to Hebrew and Arabic roots. In Hebrew, it is associated with the biblical name Sarah, while in Arabic, it is linked to the word "zahra," which means "flower" or "beauty," and the word "zuhra," which means "brilliance". The name has evolved over time to fit a variety of cultures and has become increasingly popular in recent years.

Zara Name Popularity Data

chat-overall Overall: Zara is currently #77 on Kiindred
gender-female Girl: Zara is currently #31 on Kiindred Girl Names
gender-male Overall Unique: Zara is currently #74 on Kiindred Unique Names
gender-female Girl Unique: Zara is currently #31 on Kiindred Girl Unique Names

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