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Amara refers to carabid beetles. It may also refer to:
- Amara Karan, an actress
- Fadela Amara, a French politician
- Amara Sinha
- Amara Miller, an actress
- Roy Amara, a futurist
- Amara, Romania, a town in Ialomiţa County, south-eastern Romania
- Amara, a village in Balta Albă Commune, Buzău County, Romania
- Amara, Iran, a village in Markazi Province, Iran
- Amarah or "Al-Amarah", a city in Iraq
- Ömerli, Şanlıurfa, village in Turkey formerly named Amara
- Amara, Nubia, towns in Sudan
- Amara (film), a 2014 film
- Amara (Stone trilogy), also known as Stone, the world featured in Graham Edwards Stone trilogy
- Magma (comics), a Marvel Comics character, real name Amara Juliana Olivians Aquilla
- Amara Tenoh, the civilian name of Sailor Uranus in the English dubbed of the popular anime, Sailor Moon.
- Amara (Codex Alera), a Cursor and main character in the Codex Alera series by Jim Butche
- The Groovy Girls doll line, by Manhattan Toy, features a doll named Amara.
- Amara, a set of warm-up or demonstration techniques in the Filipino martial arts of Eskrima, also known as Arnis.
- Amara, in computer software technology, is an XML data-binding API for the Python programming language
- Amara (http://www.amara.org/) is a web-based open video captioning, subtitling and translation platform.
- Amhara people, an ethnic group of Ethiopia (Amara in the Amharic language)
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