- n. A female given name.
- Variant of Hebrew Sarah from the Ancient Greek of the New Testament. (Wiktionary)
“PRESIDENT CLINTON NAMES SARA CASTRO-KLAREN TO THE J. WILLIAM FULBRIGHT FOREIGN SCHOLARSHIP BOARD The President today announced his intent to appoint Sara”
“[sara] with the events which there took place; and it was written Sara”
“sara minus h" reminds me of the Ben Folds song Zak and Sara.”
“About a year ago, a bikini-clad Katarzyna Szczolek, a Polish pop singer who goes by the name Sara May, released sexy campaign posters in an attempt to win a seat representing Bemowo on the Warsaw district council.”
“Elizabeth Rosemund Taylor was born in 1932 in London, to Francis Taylor, an American art dealer living there, and his wife Sara, who had acted on Broadway under the name Sara Sothern and retired when she married.”
“Starting tomorrow I'm going to count the times Sara is mention by CNN .....”
“Sara is so capable of "drumming up some figment of her imagination", I'm sure she could somehow manage to become a "resident" of New York, and take the City by storm!”
“So, Sara is attempting to find a "home" everwhere in the USA!”
“I think one of the things about Sara is how someone who lacks smarts could become one of the most talked about individuals.”
“But it feels very much to me like the character of Sara is an attempt on my part to go back and fix the mess that my abrupt departure left.”
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It's an odd-looking pattern in English. Please add words if it makes you happy. :) K-POW! Wow @gulyasrobi!
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