Samarah meaning and origin
Samarah means A Narrator of Hadith is particulary used in Arabic and is aimed at girls has origin in Hebrew. Samarah is variant of preeminent Samara. Samara means Guarded and Guardian or Protected by God has its origin in Hebrew.
Variants of SamarahNames that rhyme with Samarah
Popularity of Samarah
Samarah is a common name in United States given to over 1546 babies in 32 years. Presently the name is rising, in 2006, the moniker grabbed the 1733rd spot and 120 baby girls were given the name. Samarah is an uncommon baby name in England and Wales where it has been in use since 2001 and peaked in 2013 when it ranked 1774th. Over 128 babies in England and Wales have been named Samarah. Also, Samarah is a familiar name in Syria, Pakistan, Jordan, Brazil and Lebanon. As per our estimate, over 1000 people has been named Samarah globally.
What numerology tells about Samarah?
Sometimes, you question your existence. You think you have all the answers to your questions until someone surprises you and proves you are wrong. Your spiritual progress is what matters the most to you. Not your career. Not money. Not social status. There's a numbness inside you can be broken by allowing yourself to grieve over what you've lost instead of pretending like it never happened. You have a sharp focus and nothing slips your eye.
Parents who liked Samarah, loved these names
- Mawiyah - Used notably in Arabic far-out, Mawiyah means "The Essence of Life or Possessing the Essence of Life" used as a girl name is rooted from Arabic
- Ozza - Girl name Ozza means "A Baby Fawn or Female Fawn" is chiefly used in Arabic
- AbdulHasib is used principally in Arabic is a baby boy name, AbdulHasib means "Esteemed or Servant of the Respected"
- Khattar is used principally in Arabic is a baby boy name, Khattar means "Heart"
- Darawesh is used mainly in Arabic, Darawesh means "Wealthy or Possesses a Lot" is given to boys
Namesakes of Samarah
We could not find any notable namesake.