Longer names with the nickname "Sara"?

What can you give me? Iโ€™m interested in anything! :slight_smile:

A lot of people seem to love [name]Seraphina[/name] nn [name]Sera[/name]. I love [name]Seraphina[/name], but Iโ€™m not sure about [name]Sera[/name] as a nn for it. I personally love just [name]Sarah[/name], but if notโ€ฆ

My favorite option for [name]Sara[/name] as a nn is [name]Sapphira[/name]. The first two and last two letters together, voila! I think [name]Sapphira[/name] nn [name]Sara[/name] is adorable. :slight_smile: Now that I think of it, [name]Serena[/name]/[name]Seren[/name]/[name]Sarina[/name]/[name]Sirena[/name] nn [name]Sara[/name] could work as well. I really love [name]Serena[/name], as well!

Well a gp of mine is [name]Serenade[/name]. Not sure if itโ€™ll ever work well on a real child though.

Some other options:

I wish I was more helpful but all I can think of is Sarabeth. I like @ashthedreamers suggestions though.
I looked up [name]Sera[/name]/[name]Sara[/name] names on NB (Iโ€™m sure you have too) this is what I came up with:

Are you pronouncing it โ€˜sah-raโ€™ or โ€˜sair-ahโ€™?

I can only think of [name]Seraphine[/name]/ [name]Seraphina[/name] and [name]Seraphim[/name].

I also like [name]Sarah[/name]/[name]Sara[/name] on itโ€™s own but others you could use are:

Masara โ€“ a magical woman
[name]Sarahi[/name] โ€“ princess
Sarala โ€“ straight
Sarama โ€“ kind woman
Sarani โ€“ path
Saranya โ€“ surrendered
[name]Sardinia[/name] โ€“ woman from a mountainous region
Sariel โ€“ beloved of god
Sarila โ€“ waterfall
Sarisha โ€“ one who is charming
[name]Sarita[/name] โ€“ flowing, princess
Sarvani โ€“ the all
Tasarla โ€“ morning, evening
Moserah โ€“ disciplined in learning
[name]Seraphina[/name] โ€“ burning one, fiery
Proserpina โ€“ to emerge โ€“ this ones a bit of a stretch but it has the SER and an A in there
[name]Serena[/name] โ€“ serene
[name]Serenity[/name] โ€“ serenity
Serilda โ€“ armed warrior women
Serotina โ€“ dusk
Servia โ€“ daughter of those who serve the lord

[name]Sarina[/name] and [name]Sarita[/name] are both elaborate forms of [name]Sara/name. [name]Sarai[/name] for [name]Sara[/name] doesnโ€™t make any sense to me as the sounds change too much.