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Gender: female
Pronunciation: da‧ra
Meaning: mother-of-pearl, son of oak
Related Names: Darah, Darda, Dareen, Daria, Darian, Darice, Darissa, Darra, Darragh, Darrah Darya

Length: 4 Gender: {{#if female



Rank in 2000s: 0 0

Name: dara Origin: Hebrew,,, English,,, Sanskrit,, Meaning (no case): mother-of-pearl, son of oak

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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. [1]

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.[1]





  • Dara Grace Torres (born April 15, 1967) was the first swimmer from the United States to compete in the Olympics.




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Facts about DaraRDF feed
Gender female  +
Length 4  +
Meaning mother-of-pearl, son of oak  +
Meaningnc mother-of-pearl, son of oak  +
Name dara  +
Origin Hebrew  +, English  +, and Sanskrit  +
Popularity 0  +
Pronunciation da‧ra  +
Rank in 2000s 0  +
Related Darah  +, Darda  +, Dareen  +, Daria  +, Darian  +, Darice  +, Darissa  +, Darra  +, Darragh  +, Darrah  +, and Darya  +
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