Dilara or Delara is a Persian female first name popular in Iran, Turkey, Azerbaijan, and Afghanistan. It has Persian roots and comes from the Persian word del (دل means heart). In Persian "ara" is a suffix means something used as ornament to beautify. It can be translated as “she who delights the heart” or “she who is pleasing”  or "what makes heart beautiful".
- Dilara Aliyeva (1929-1991), Azerbaijani historian
- Dilara Bağcı (born 1994), Turkish volleyball player
- Dilara Begum Jolly, Bangladeshi print artist, sculptor, installation artist, and painter
- Dilara Bilge (born 1990), Turkish volleyball player
- Dilara Buralı (born 2000), Turkish water polo player
- Dilara Buse Günaydın (born 1989), Turkish swimmer
- Dilara Hashim (born 1936), Bangladeshi author and novelist
- Dilara Kaya (born 1991), Turkish basketball player
- Dilara Kazimova (born 1984), Azerbaijani singer
- Dilara Lokmanhekim (born 1994), Turkish judoka
- Dilara Türk (born 1996), Turkish-German women's footballer
- Dilara Uralp (born 1995), Turkish female windsurfer
- Dilara Zaman (born 1943), Bangladeshi actress
- Sibel Kekilli, German actress, was known as Dilara
- Wilfried Seibicke: Historisches deutsches Vornamenbuch. Bd. 1, A-E. De Gruyter, Berlin 1996, ISBN 3-11-014445-X, S. 512.
- Duden. Das große Vornamenlexikon. 3., völlig neu bearb Aufl., Dudenverlag, Mannheim 2007, ISBN 978-3-411-06083-2, S. 121.
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