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Gender: F Meaning of Sierra: "saw" Origin of Sierra: Spanish Sierra's Popularity in 2016: #427

Sierra is a name borrowed from the western mountain range, with Latin rhythm and cowboy charm, that has led to many offshoots: Cierra, Cyara, and so on. It is now probably past its peak but retains its pretty-yet-strong sound. The meaning refers to the sharp, irregular peaks of some of the Western mountains such as the Sierra Nevada.

Famous People Named Sierra

Sierra Marjory Boggess, American actress and soprano
Sierra McCormick, American actress
Sierra Dawn Hull, American bluegrass singer
Sierra Aylina McClain, American singer of girl group McClain
Sierra "Rosie" Casady, American singer of group CocoRosie
Sierra Kay Kusterbeck, American lead singer of band Versa
Sierra Dawn Sky Noble, Canadian singer-songwriter
Sierra Marie Swan, American singer of Dollshead and the Black Eyed Peas
Sierra Deaton, American singer of duo "Alex & Sierra"
Sierra Watts, American YouTuber
Sierra Furtado, American YouTuber of duo "Sierra and Alex"
Sierra Symone (b. 1994), stepdaughter of singer Cee Lo Green; daughter of Christina Johnson
Sierra Pippen (b. 1995), daughter of basketball player Scottie Pippen
Sierra Kile (b. 1997), daughter of late baseball player Darryl Kile; twin of brother Kannon
Sierra Sky Fisher (b. 2002), daughter of actress Brooke Burke-Charvet and Garth Fisher
Sierra Raye Torberg (b. 2005), daughter of pro wrestlers Dale Torborg and Christie Wolf

Pop Culture References for the name Sierra

Sierra, character in "Total Drama" series
Sierra, character on TV's "Dollhouse"
Sierra Madre, city in Los Angeles County, California, in the foothills of the San Gabriel Valley below the southern edge of the Angeles National Forest

Siara, Seirra, Sierriah, Sierre, Syerra, Sierrea, Seara, Cierra, Siearra, Searria, Sierrah, Seera, Siera, Ciera