Sarah
noun Etymology: Hebrew Śārāh Date: before 12th century 1. the wife of Abraham and mother of Isaac 2. a kinswoman of Tobias married to him

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  • SARAH — (Sarai; Heb. שָׂרַי ,שָׂרָה), the first of the four matriarchs; wife of abraham . Sarah is first mentioned in Genesis 11:29. Exceptionally, her genealogy is not given. According to Genesis 20:12, Sarah was Abraham s half sister, the daughter of… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • SARAH — Dans la généalogie des Patriarches, Sarah (sarah , à partir de Gen., XVII, 15; jusque là: saray , forme qui conserve la trace d’une vieille tournure féminine; les deux termes signifiant «souveraine», «princesse») est la prétendue sœur (Gen., XII …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • SARAH — is a fictional smart house in the Sci Fi Channel TV series Eureka .SARAH (Self Actuated Residential Automated Habitat) is the home of Sheriff Jack Carter, the main character of the series, and was designed by Douglas Fargo to be the prototype… …   Wikipedia

  • Sarah — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Para otros usos de este término, véase Sarah (desambiguación). Sarah …   Wikipedia Español

  • Sarah — f Biblical: name of the wife of Abraham and mother of Isaac. According to the Book of Genesis, she was originally called Sarai (possibly meaning ‘contentious’ in Hebrew), but had her name changed by God to the more auspicious Sarah ‘princess’ in… …   First names dictionary

  • Sarah — fem. proper name, Biblical wife of Abraham and mother of Isaac, from Heb., lit. princess, from sarah, fem. of sar prince, from sarar he ruled, related to Akkad. sharratu queen. Popular as a name for girls born in U.S. in 1870s and 1978 2000 …   Etymology dictionary

  • Sarah — Sarah, 1) eigentlich Sarai (d.i. Fürstin), Gattin Abrahams, zog mit ihm aus Haran nach Kanaan; in Ägypten gab sie Abraham, welcher dort in Gefahr kam, vor dem Pharao für seine Schwester aus, weshalb sie ihm unberührt zurückgegeben wurde; gleiches …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Sarah — Sarah, früher Sarai. Halbschwester u. Gemahlin des Patriarchen Abraham, gebar im 90. Jahre den Isaak, st. 127jährig und wurde in der Höhle Makpheia bei Hebron begraben. Ihre Geschichte ist in die Kapitel 16–23 des 1. Buches Mosis verflochten. –… …   Herders Conversations-Lexikon

  • Sarah — [ser′ə, sar′ə] n. [Heb sara, lit., princess, fem. of sar, prince] 1. a feminine name: dim. Sadie, Sal, Sally; var. Sara 2. Bible the wife of Abraham and mother of Isaac: see Gen. 17:15 …   English World dictionary

  • sarah — 1. (Sarah) (9070↑, 3110↓) The name Sarah is translated from the Hebrew language. It means Princess ...and rightly so! The translation of Sarah is princess Author: Aqualina http://sarah.urbanup.com/2016151 2. (sarah) (7166↑, 3380↓) a sexy little… …   Urban English dictionary

  • Sarah — Dieser Artikel behandelt den Namen Sara oder Sarah. Für weitere Bedeutungen siehe Sara. Sara oder Sarah (seltener Sahra) ist ein weiblicher Vorname. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Herkunft und Bedeutung 2 Verbreitung 3 Namenstag 4 Varianten …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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