|Meaning:||mother-of-pearl, son of oak|
|Related Names:||Darah, Darda, Dareen, Daria, Darian, Darice, Darissa, Darra, Darragh, Darrah Darya|
ORIGIN AND HISTORY
The name Dara has multiple origins.
In Sanskrit, Dara means maiden or virgin. In Daruk, it is a noun, meaning tooth; in Ilocano, it is a noun meaning blood. 
As a Hebrew name, Dara could mean pearl of wisdom or compassion and wisdom. In Modern Hebrew, though, dara is part of the verb "to live." In Aramaic, Dara means pearl, father-of-pearl or marble.
- Dara Grace Torres (born April 15, 1967) was the first swimmer from the United States to compete in the Olympics.
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|Meaning||mother-of-pearl, son of oak +|
|Meaningnc||mother-of-pearl, son of oak +|
|Origin||Hebrew +, English +, and Sanskrit +|
|Rank in 2000s||0 +|
|Related||Darah +, Darda +, Dareen +, Daria +, Darian +, Darice +, Darissa +, Darra +, Darragh +, Darrah +, and Darya +|