The girl's name Sharon is of Hebrew origin, and its meaning is "a fertile plain". Biblical place name: refers to flat land at the foot of Mount Carmel.
This is also the name of a type of flowering shrub, the rose of Sharon.
This name originates from a Israel place,which means A fertile plains near the coast of Israel.
Charin, Cheron, Shara, Sharan, Shareen, Shareena, Sharen, Sharena, Sharene, Shari, Sharie, Charin, Cheron, Shara, Sharan
Sharon Name also appears in following Origin(s): Hebrew, Biblical, English, Biblical
Baby girl name meaning Plain in English. Sharon also named in American, Anglo, Arabic, British, Danish for girl . We have received lots of suggestion from our website users on baby names. We are thankful for all the contribution on meaning of girl name Sharon. What does the name Sharon mean in other origin if you know then please suggest. Further suggestion or detail on what is the meaning of name Sharon. History of name and famous personality with Sharon will help to update our database and other website users.
is a former professional tennis player from the United States. She enjoyed a long career by modern standards, playing her first Grand Slam singles event in 1969 and her last Grand Slam doubles match in 1990. She was a finalist at the 1979 Australian Open where she lost to Barbara Jordan. She reached the 4th round of the 1981 US Open and the final of the doubles there the following year with Barbara Potter
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