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Gender: Female Meaning of Farrah: "happiness" Origin of Farrah: Arabic

The name Farrah is a girl's name of Arabic, English origin meaning "happiness". Farrah and discussed in our forums with posts like "Quick Question Thread?!".

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For a few seconds there in the late '70s, Farrah Fawcett's name was as frequently copied as her hairstyle; the name was Number 177 in 1977. Now, after many years off the charts and out of style, it's back, mostly thanks to a TV Teen Mom who bears the name.

Farrah and its spelling variation Farah are soft and lovely-sounding names whatever their fashion standing. Farrah's other major advantage is as a name that's familiar in both Arabic and English-speaking cultures and so can successfully straddle the two.

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Popularity

Farrah is #1064 on Nameberry

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Pop Culture References for the name Farrah

Ferra, Farra, Farah, Fara, Ferrah, Fayre

Comments

Ella Says:

2017-09-17T13:32:53

No offense to anyone with this name but I don't like this name.

hannahgracewilson Says:

2017-04-05T00:02:59

I like it but reminds me of Farrah Abraham

farrah Says:

2017-01-15T23:46:23

my name is farrah

Wittyusername103 Says:

2016-07-23T04:49:08

I like this but people would likely associate it with Farrah from teen mom.

Mindy Says:

2015-10-09T23:27:15

Naming my girl this. Beautiful name fit for a princess.

headintheclouds Says:

2015-09-16T04:07:43

Super dated in my mind's association, thanks to Farrah Fawcett and her cloud of poofy 70's hair. Aside from that, although the meaning of Farrah is lovely, I never quite really liked the name, due to the double r-s in the spelling that I found grating, and the FAR-uh/ FAIR-ah pronunciations that I dislike.

Britt/Bratt Says:

2015-09-04T23:45:51

I would say it Fair-uh.

Catastroffy Says:

2015-09-02T16:25:30

How is this name pronounced? "FAR-uh", "FAIR-uh", "fah-RUH", or something else?