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What Does The Name Sarika Mean?

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Famous
Indian celebrity Actress Sarika, the winner of 2 National awards { the
highest honor in India
} and a highly acclaimed actress, explains the meaning of her name in a
interview " Sarika is the name of a small sparrow like bird with brown feather
and yellow frontal body. It also means a Princess in Hebrew language"
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The first name "Sarika" is actually used in several languages, although it is most common in India. In Sanskrit, "Sarika" is a mynah bird, or a parrot. This is normally a name given to a girl. Although the name originated in India, it is growing in popularity in the West as well. The best evidence of this is the number of English-language parenthood websites and baby name resource sites that now feature this name.

One such site, namely "parenthood.com," attributes the name "Sarika" to Hungary and not to India. This name is, indeed, common among Hungarians as well, where it is also given to baby girls, just like in India. In Hungary, however, "Sarika" is derived from the name "Sarolta," which is quite simply "Sarah" in English. There is some evidence that the name "Sarika" was also used by societies that spoke Hebrew for many centuries, where it is the equivalent of "Sarah."
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The Hungarian name "Sarolta" is by no means equivalent with the English name "Sarah". "Sarolt" is an old Hungarian name with Turkish origins, and "Sarolta" is its derived form, although the latter is also considered as the Hungarian form of "Charlotte". (Sarolt was the name of the mother of the first king of Hungary, István.) The English "Sarah" is equivalent with the Hungarian name "Sára" and its derived form "Sári" (and these have Hebrew origins). "Sárika" can be used as the nickname of all "Sarolt", "Sarolta", "Sára" and "Sári". Because it is a nickname, the diminutive form of all four names in Hungary, it is not often given oficially to baby girls, but used instead in spoken, informal situations normally for babies and young girls.
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The Hungarian name "Sarolta" is by no means equivalent with the English name "Sarah". "Sarolt" is an old Hungarian name with Turkish origins, and "Sarolta" is its derived form, although the latter is also considered as the Hungarian form of "Charlotte". (Sarolt was the name of the mother of the first king of Hungary, István.) The English "Sarah" is equivalent with the Hungarian name "Sára" and its derived form "Sári" (and these have Hebrew origins). "Sárika" can be used as the nickname of all "Sarolt", "Sarolta", "Sára" and "Sári". Because it is a nickname, the diminutive form of all four names in Hungary, it is not often given officially to baby girls, but used instead in spoken, informal situations normally for babies and young girls.

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