Sarita Name Meaning & Origin

Sarita

Pronunciation: n/a

Origin of the name Sarah:

Derived from the Hebrew sārāh (princess). The name is borne in the Bible by the wife of the patriarch Abraham and mother of Isaac.

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Personal experiences with the name Sarita: | Edit

My mom named me this thinking she was combining the names of my two aunts Sarah and Rita, but I later found out it is quite common in Mexico, Nepal, and India. There is also a Sarita, TX.

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I am an African American women of 40+ whose name is Sarita. I have come to love both my first and middle (Babette) names. As for nicknames, I've been called Rita, Riri (rEE rEE), Ri (rEE), and Sari (sa rEE). However, I have Latina friends named Sara/Sarah who are nicknamed Sarita, which is another way of saying Little Sara/Sarah.

Meanings and history of the name Sarita: | Edit

In Hebrew it means Little Princess. It also means little Sarah.
Sanskrit: "river"

Famous real-life people named Sarita: | Edit

Indian Actress Sarita Choudhury

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Sarita named doll, Groovy Girls

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