Samera meaning and origin
Of Hebrew and Arabic origin, Unorthodox Samera is used chiefly in Arabic, Samera means "Enchanting or Early Morning Fragrance or Entertaining Companion or Wind" is given to baby girls. Samera is a form of prevalent Samara. Curious Samara is originated from Hebrew, Samara means "Reward and Accompanied by Gods". Samera is variant form of frequently used Samira. Samira is version of pleasing Samara. Samira is an effeminate version of Samir. Samira is Latin form of Samir. Of Hebrew and Arabic origin, Uncommon Samira, Samira means "A Chameli Flower and Companion of Vigil".
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Popularity of Samera
Samera is a unique baby name in United States, it has been in use since 1975 and was able to reach the top 5000 names. In 2004, it ranked 4490th when 30 girls were named Samera. There are over 509 babies that have been given the name Samera in United States. Samera is an uncommon baby name in England and Wales, its highest ever rank is 869 (1996) in its 19 years run on England and Wales naming chart. Over 162 babies in England and Wales have been named Samera. In France, it had been in use since 1963 and made it to the top 1000 but has appeared since 1993. Over 177 people have been named Samera in France.
Samera is a common name in Philippines, Pakistan, Bangladesh and India while somewhat familiar name in England, Saudi Arabia, Sri Lanka, Iran, Morocco, Nigeria and Russia. As per our research, over 10000 people has been named Samera globally.
What numbers say about Samera?
Nothing can stop them from achieving what they intended. You easily adapt to new environments and want to hang around with new people. You believe that all living beings on this earth were born to enjoy and not kill ourselves from work to survive. Give people a chance to prove their loyalty and love. Lower your expectations and give the person you truly like a chance to prove. You are always open to experience something new.
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Namesakes of Samera
We could not find any notable namesake.