[ suh-rahy ]

  1. an earlier name of Sarah. Genesis 17:15.

Origin of Sarai

From Hebrew Śārāī, an older and dialect form of Sarah

Words Nearby Sarai Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use Sarai in a sentence

  • We remark again, that Hagar was certainly in the relation of domestic slavery, and not of a hired servant, to Abraham and Sarai.

    A Defence of Virginia | Robert L. Dabney
  • Bosont having charge of the property remained in the Sarai, while his brother went out riding.

    Santal Folk Tales | A. Campbell
  • Sarai thy wyfe shall nomore be called Sarai: but Sara shall hir name be.