The baby name Vavara is a girl name, 3 syllables long and is pronounced "vuh-VAH-ruh".
Vavara is a Russian name that means "stranger" or "foreigner". It is a variant of the name Barbara, which has Greek origins and means "foreign woman". The name Vavara has been used in Russia since the 17th century and is still popular today. It is often given to girls who are born in December, as Saint Barbara's feast day is celebrated on December 4th.
The pronunciation of Vavara is vah-VAH-rah. The name is typically spelled with a "V" in Russian, but it can also be spelled with a "W" in English. Vavara is a feminine name and is not commonly used for boys. The name has several variations, including Varvara, Barbara, and Barbra.
The name Vavara is composed of two parts: "va" and "vara". "Va" is a prefix that means "away" or "apart", while "vara" means "stranger" or "foreigner". The name may have been given to girls who were born to families of different nationalities or who were seen as outsiders in their communities. Today, the name Vavara is often associated with strength and independence, as Saint Barbara is the patron saint of artillerymen, miners, and firefighters.