Shatha name meaning

Gender: Girl
Origin: Arabic
Usage: Arabic, Hindi, Kannada, Sanskrit and Sindhi
Pronunciation: sh(a)-tha
Meaning: Aromatic, Eternal, She was a Narrator of Hadith and Perfume
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What does Shatha mean?

Meaning of Shatha is Aromatic, Eternal, She was a Narrator of Hadith or Perfume is dominantly used in Sanskrit, Sindhi, Kannada, Hindi and Arabic used as a baby girl name is rooted from Arabic.

How do I pronounce Shatha?

sh(a)-tha is the most common way to pronounce two syllabled Shatha.

Variants of Shatha

Shada, Shadah

Names that rhyme with Shatha

How popular is the name Shatha?

Shatha is an uncommon baby name in United States, although it has been in use since 1993 but could not make beyond the top 10000. There are over 135 babies that have been given the name Shatha in United States.

Shatha is a rare baby name in England and Wales there is very thin chances of it still being given. But Shatha is a popular baby name in Iraq where every 1 in 600 have the name as well as in, Saudi Arabia and Jordan.

At least, 80000 people globally have been given the name as per our evaluation.

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What numerology tells about Shatha?

You are a team player who's never complaining. When it comes to friends, you are their rock and shoulder to cry. You love people with an attitude but open to discussion and hearing new opinions. The letter S as your cornerstone reveals your wish to leave your mark in the world. You are the most active, livingly human being in your surroundings. You are dominant when it comes to relationships. You take calculated risks and take your ideas and the ideas of others seriously.

Go through the following names similar to Shatha

  •  Suwaybit - Boy name Suwaybit is used in Sindhi and Arabic, meaning of Suwaybit is "Roof over Path or Alley Between Houses"
  •  Mustatab means Delectable or Good is used prevalently in Arabic and Sindhi is bestowed upon boys
  •  Wahida - Originated from Arabic, Wahida is a girl name, Wahida means "Unparalleled or Exclusive" is principally used in Gujarati, Kannada and Arabic
  •  Shadiya - Atypical Shadiya is used commonly in Gujarati and Arabic aimed at baby girls is of American and Native origin, Shadiya means "Singer"
  •  Sahira - Uncommon girl name Sahira has origin in Arabic mostly used in Arabic and Malayalam languages, meaning of Sahira is "Mountain, Wakeful or Nocturnal"
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Famous people named Shatha

  • Shatha Hassoun, Arabic singer with both Iraqi and Moroccan ancestry

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