See also: sarai

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Etymology 1Edit

From Persian سرای(sarây, courtyard; dwelling; palace).

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Sarai

  1. (historical) Either of two cities which served as the capital of the Golden Horde.

Etymology 2Edit

From Hebrew שרי‎ (Saráy), from the plural form of שר(master, chief).

Proper nounEdit

Sarai

  1. A female given name from Hebrew, most famously borne by Sarah, the wife of Abram and mother of Isaac in the Bible, prior to her name change.
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Sarai

  1. (biblical) Sarai
    • Ŋɔŋlɔ Kɔkɔe La le Eʋegbe me, Mose I 12:5
      Eye Abram kplɔ srɔ̃a Sarai kple tɔgɑ̃yɔvia Lot, eye wotsɔ woƒe kesinɔnuwo katɑ̃ kple amesiwo katɑ̃ wokpɔ le Xaran la, eye woʋu, be woayi Kanaan-nyigba dzi, eye wova Kanaan-nyigba la dzi.

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Sarai f

  1. (biblical) Sarai
    • 1602La Santa Biblia (antigua versión de Casiodoro de Reina), rev., Génesis 12:5
      Y tomó Abram á Sarai su mujer, y á Lot hijo de su hermano, y toda su hacienda que habían ganado, y las almas que habían adquirido en Harán, y salieron parair á tierra de Canaán; y á tierra de Canaán llegaron.