Other Origin(s):Indian, Irish
Whether drawn to its Irish or Sanskrit roots, Tarra is an enchanting name steeped in mysticism. This feminine appellation comes with dual origins, adding twice as much meaning and magic to this short yet lofty title. As an Indian name from Sanskrit, Tarra derives from Tārā and means “star.” This name is held in high regard in Buddhism, borne by a female Buddha known as “the mother of liberation.” In Hinduism, Tārā is the goddess of compassion, salvation, and joy and is revered as one of the most powerful deities. Tarra’s Irish roots come from Tara, meaning “hill.” The Hill of Tara is an ancient Celtic site in Ireland where the Lia Fail (Stone of Destiny) would select the next worthy high king. This sacred area is connected to the sovereignty goddess Medb Lethderg. A name that shares remarkable origins that span the world, Tarra is a worthy title for your shining star.
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