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Sarah is a biblical matriarch and the wife of Abraham.
Sarah may also refer to:
This section lists people commonly referred to solely by this name.
- Saint Sarah, a Romani saint
- Sarah Skaalum Jørgensen, Danish singer, winner of 2011 Danish X Factor better known as just Sarah
- Sarah (LeRoy novel), a 2001 novel by JT Leroy
- Sarah (Card novel), a 2000 novel by Orson Scott Card
- Sarah (film), a 1982 Australian animated film
- Sarah (Eskimo Joe song), a song by Eskimo Joe from their album, Black Fingernails, Red Wine
- Sarah (Thin Lizzy song), a 1979 single by Thin Lizzy
- "Sarah", a song by Bat for Lashes from Fur and Gold
- "Sarah", a song by Tyler the Creator from the album Bastard
- Sarah, Iran, a village in Hormozgan province, Iran
- Sarah, Kentucky
- Sarah, West Virginia
- Sarah-e Shadadi, a village in Hormozgan Province, Iran
- Sarah (chimpanzee), an enculturated research chimpanzee
- SARAH, a fictional smart house in the Sci Fi TV series Eureka
- Sarah Records, an independent record label from Bristol
- Yad Sarah, Israeli free-loan organization for medical and rehabilitative equipment
- Sarah, an Ed, Edd n Eddy character
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