If You Like Sarah, You Might Love...

Baby girl name you love but fear is overused? Here are some possible substitutes.
Rate This List:
  • Sarah

    Gender: F Rate:

    Sarah is an Old Testament name -- she was the wife of Abraham and mother of Isaac -- that is a timeless classic, as perpetually stylish as it is traditional. Sarah is still very widely used, but wi... Read More 

  • Sarai

    Gender: F Rate:

    In the Old Testament, God changed Sarai's name to Sara, so this would make a very legitimate variation.  Read More 

  • Sariah

    Gender: F Rate:

    Sariah is the perfect compromise name for when you say Sarah, and your spouse says Mariah.  Read More 

  • Sasha

    Gender: F Rate:

    Sasha, largely male in Russia--and also spelled Sascha and Sacha--is an energetic name that has really taken off for girls here, chosen by Jerry Seinfeld (using the alternate Sascha spelling) and o... Read More 

  • Serena

    Gender: F Rate:

    Serena, a name used since Roman times, was given fresh life by tennis star Williams, and then again with the leading character on Gossip Girl , Serena van der Woodsen. There have also been Serenas... Read More 

  • Shiloh

    Gender: F Rate:

    Cool meets Born Again meets Brad and Angelina, who made Shiloh an instant star when they chose it for their daughter. While Shiloh has risen from obscurity thanks to its celebrity baby use, it has... Read More 

  • Shoshana

    Gender: F Rate:

    This is an exotic and lovely form of Susannah commonly heard in Israel. Shoshana Shaunbaum--nicknamed Shosh-- is the character played by Zosia Mamet on the hit HBO series Girls —a fact that could ... Read More 

  • Sorcha

    Gender: F Rate:

    A popular Irish name virtually unknown here — with a pronunciation that's far from obvious. It's basically SOR-ca, but with a little hiccup between the ' r' and the ' c' that's near-impossible for ... Read More 

  • Surya

    Gender: F Rate:

    Graceful Indian choice.  Read More 

  • Tamar

    Gender: F Rate:

    Tamar is a rich, strong Old Testament name sometimes given to girls born on the holiday of Sukkoth, as palm branches were used to make the roof of the sukkah. In the Bible, there are several Tamars... Read More 

See All List Categories

You might also like these lists:

Around The Web