Kiarah is a spelling variation of the name Kiara. It is a girl-given name related to the Italian name Chiara or the Irish Ciara. This name comes from the Latin term 'clarus', and the meaning of Kiarah is 'clear', 'famous', or 'bright'. Other spelling variations of this name include Clara, Clare, Claire, Klara, Keira, Kyara, and Kira. Interestingly, the meaning of this name in Irish is the exact opposite in Latin. In Irish, Kiarah is a variation of Ciara, which means 'black' or 'dark', and is often used as the feminine variation of the name Ciar. Most notable persons bear the more popular variant Kiarah such as the American author Kiara Brinkman famous for her novel 'Up High In The Trees'; Kiara Advani, the Hindi actress famous for her role in the Netflix anthology film 'Lust Stories' and the political thriller 'Bharat Ane Nenu'; and the American actress Kiara Muhammed who started her career modelling in photoshoots for Reebok.