- From Hebrew שָׂרָה (Sara, "lady, princess"), which was originally converted from the given name שָׂרָי (saráy, "Sarai"). (Wiktionary)
- Hebrew śārâ, princess, feminine of śar, prince; see śrr in Semitic roots. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“LEVI JOHNSTON, FATHER OF SARAH PALIN'S GRANDCHILD: They threw me out during -- that came out that Sarah really didn't like me.”
“LEVI JOHNSTON, FATHER OF SARAH PALIN ` S GRANDSON: Well, they threw me out there and that came out that Sarah really didn ` t like me.”
“KAREN RHODES, FRIEND OF SARAH PALIN: I've known Sarah probably about ten years or so, ever since she was mayor.”
“TODD PALIN, SARAH PALIN'S HUSBAND: Greatest experience down at the debate and I think that Sarah did awesome.”
“JEFF DOMEN, SARAH WALKER ` S DIVORCE ATTORNEY: Well, as far as my representation of Sarah during the whole divorce, what you said is correct, Nancy.”
“So I'm not just going to jump on the bandwagon and just because sarah did it go "AAAH typical ________ (insert GOP, Sarah, US hate word here)".”
“STUPID SARAH You deserve the name stupid, but defile the name Sarah.”
“SARAH WHITE stops by with Ted Pitney stop by for yet more country … Jim and Sarah, both Cville residents, are playing a cool-ass show this Friday down at Fry's Spring that they're calling the Full Moon Ball.”
“BETSY SCANTLIN, MOTHER OF SARAH: Sarah, OK, we'll see you.”
“I would think reducing the number of nuclear weapons would been seen favorably by anyone who claims she can see Russia from her back poarch ... once again Sarah is much hair do about nothing.”
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It's an odd-looking pattern in English. Please add words if it makes you happy. :) K-POW! Wow @gulyasrobi!
Protagonists and relevant words in the Book of Creation (Source: King James Bible)
Looking for tweets for Sarah.