Other Origin(s):Arabic, Hebrew, Italian
Meaning:Rain, raining; Queen of Rain; Tip, point, thin end; Son of the oath
Barsa is a gender-neutral name with Sanskrit, Arabic, and Hebrew roots. A form of the feminine Varsha, Barsa means “rain,” “raining,” and “Queen of Rain” in Arabic and Sanskrit. This beautiful name connects you and baby to the natural world by subtly harkening to the serenity found in nature. Barsa has another Sanskrit origin, taking a masculine form and meaning “tip,” “point,” and “thin end.” Not stopping there, Barsa may be considered a short form of the Italian Barsaba, from the Hebrew boy’s name Barsheba, meaning “son of the oath.” A universal etymology that knows no boundaries, Barsa represents a free-spirited baby who can find their power in the mystery of nature’s splendor.
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