Though it's more commonly considered a classic name for baby girls, Farah enjoys gender-neutral status and is fitting as a unisex title. This Arabic name points to "joy and happiness," which is all any parent could want for their special bundle. Farah is also thought to mean "good looking," possibly derived from "fair one," meaning someone who is pleasing to the eye. As any parent knows, it's what's inside that counts, and baby Farah is bound to be the fairest of them all thanks to their joyous nature and infectious happiness!
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