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Atarah

Atarah Meaning and Origin

The name Atarah is a girl’s name meaning “crown” and is of Hebrew origin. Atarah is derived from the Hebrew word “atar,” which means “crown” or “diadem.” Therefore, Atarah is often interpreted as “crown” or “royalty.” It symbolizes honor, dignity, and authority. In the Bible, Atarah is mentioned in 1 Chronicles 2:26 as the daughter of Onam and a descendant of Judah, one of the twelve tribes of Israel. It is also mentioned in Numbers 26:5 as a grandson of Reuben. Atarah is a relatively uncommon name, but it is still used in some Jewish communities and among individuals seeking a unique and meaningful name for their child. Its rarity adds to its distinctive appeal. Although Atarah is the most common spelling, variations of the name can include Atara, Attarah, or Atarrah. Other names with similar meanings or associations include Adara, Adina, Ariella, and Malka.

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