in the U.S.
- Gender: Girl
- #21392 All Time
How popular is the name "Tahara" in the U.S.?
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Want to know about the populiarty of Tahara? From 1880 to 2014, the Social Security Administration has recorded 282 babies born with the name Tahara in the United States. That's more than enough Taharas to occupy the territory of Pitcairn Islands (United Kingdom) with an estimated population of 66 (as of July 1, 2008). The name first appeared in the year 1971 when it was given to 6 new born babies. The highest recorded use of the name "Tahara" was in 1990 with a total of 17 babies.
What does the name "Tahara" mean?
T is for tried, tried and true you.
A is for abundant, your cheer knows no bounds.
H is for honor, your most valuable possession.
A is for altruism, the unselfish you.
R is for rational, the way you think.
A is for amenable, for your easy going nature.
Your name in reverse order is "Arahat". A random rearrangement of the letters in your name (anagram) will give "Aaarht". How do you pronounce that?
Now try the names of everyone you know including friends, cousins, neighbors, classmates, co-workers or your pets. Even your favorite anime, TV or movie characters! See what their names mean. Remember, this is purely just for fun.
Past life for Tahara born Aug 1, 1960
I do not know how you feel about it, but you were a female in your last earthly incarnation. You were born somewhere around the territory of Greenland approximately on 1725. Your profession was dancer, singer, and actor.
As a ruthless character, you carefully weighed your decisions in critical situations, with excellent self-control and strong will. Generally liked, but not always loved. Your lesson - to study, to practice and to use wisdom, enclosed in psychological sciences, and in ancient manuscripts. With strong faith and hard work you will reach your real destiny in present life.
Name poster for Tahara
Here's something for you to ponder on...
The Theory Behind The Name Game - Finding a good baby name is one of the dilemmas that plague parents who live in a modern setting. Parents do have the right to be conscious about the name.