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Sarah (שָׂרָה) is a Hebrew name meaning princess. Sally is a common diminutive. In the works of Harry Turtledove, Sarah may refer to:
- Sarah (Next Year in Jerusalem), member of the Second Irgun in "Next Year in Jerusalem".
- Sarah Finch, fictional character in The Hot War.
- Sarah Goldman, fictional character and POV in The War That Came Early.
- Sarah Hamburger, matriarch of the Hamburger family in Southern Victory.
- Sarah Jane Spivey, fictional infant, minor character in The House of Daniel.
- Sarah Levitt, fictional doctor and POV in A World of Difference.
- Sarah Mendoza, researcher for Crosstime Traffic in The Valley-Westside War.
- Sarah Päts, an Estonian colonist on Haven in "Hang Together."
- Sarah Russie, daughter of POV Moishe Russie in Worldwar.
- Sarah Sullivan, daughter of POV Charlie Sullivan in Joe Steele (novel).
Sally may refer to:
- Sally (Batboy), Rip's girlfriend in "Batboy."
- Sally Cooley, minor fictional character in Settling Accounts: Drive to the East.
- Sally Dover, Jerry Dover's wife in Southern Victory.
- Sally Gillen, minor fictional character in "Though the Heavens Fall" from A Different Flesh.
- Sallie Pleasants, historical wife of mining engineer Henry Pleasants, referenced in The Guns of the South.
- Sally Reese, fictional secretary in The Two Georges.