Sari,I am a bible student and I agree with what you said about your name.At Genesis 17:15 Sarah's name was changed to Sari.At Genesis 17:5,her husband's name was changed from Abram to Abraham. This is rather interesting isn't it? I find the Bible a facinating book.I have been a Bible student since I was 10, I am now 55. Wow,what a lot of information I have learned in these past years.I kind of knew the answer about your name but I wondered if you knew its origin...So glad you did know! It's indeed a beautiful name!! Sandra (By the way,the name Sandra means,"Helper of Mankind".) And I do try to live up to that name as best as I can,by helping those in need of a kind word or a deed I can help them with.
Pronounced: SER-ə (English), SAR-ə (English), ZAH-rah (German) [key]
Means "lady" or "princess" in Hebrew. This was the name of the wife of Abraham in the Old Testament. She became the mother of Isaac at the age of 90. Her name was originally שָׂרָי (Saray), but God changed it (see Genesis 17:15). In England, Sarah came into use after the Protestant Reformation.