Sarah originates from the Hebrew language and is translated to mean "princess." It is believed that the name first appeared in the Old Testament of the Bible, as Sarah was the wife of Abraham and mother of Isaac. This traditional name became popular in the sixteenth century and has consistently been amongst the most popular names within the United States, Canada, and Austria.
Similar Names: Sara, Sarrah, Sadie
Famous Sarah Names: Sarah Jessica Parker (actress), Sarah Michelle Gellar (actress)