Sammatha name meaning

Gender: Girl
Origin: English, German and Hebrew
Meaning: Bordering, Listener, Beautiful Flower, Told by God, God Heard, True, Fair and Thoughtful, Hearing and Equality
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What does Sammatha mean?

Sammatha is variation of leading rising, immutable and loved Samantha. Samantha is variant form of predominant Samanta. Samantha's meaning is Flower, Equality and True is rooted from German, Hebrew and English.

Variants of Sammatha

Samantha, Samanta, Samana, Samanthagrace, Grace

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How popular is the name Sammatha?

Sammatha is an uncommon baby name in United States where it may not be used now as it was last seen in 1995. According to our evaluation, at least 60 people have been bestowed Sammatha around the globe.

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Numerological aspects of Sammatha

You love people back but not with the same intensity they love and care about you. You always have the best ideas and persistence to realize each and one of them at work. Focus on your success. You don't care about how others see you as long as you are feeling good about yourself. You are a good listener and friend. Instead of running over people on your way to success, you teach them how to find their own path and how to succeed.

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  •  Anica - Substantially used in Serbian, Finnish and Swedish unexpected, Anica has origin in Hebrew and is bestowed upon baby girls, meaning of Anica is "God has Shown Favour or Graceful"
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