Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Marie"

People with the first name "Marie"

Marie Ana Marie Bane Marie Basto Marie Bignell Marie Bittner Marie Blazer Marie Bocquet Marie Booker Marie Bottomley Marie Boulay Marie Brace Marie Brickley Marie Callaghan Marie Carnelley Marie Causton Marie Child Marie Constante Marie Coutts Marie Delahunty Marie Desnos Marie Dias Marie Dickman Marie Duvier Marie Edstrom Marie Eeles Marie Ernestine Marie Fillingham Marie Fortes Marie Frew Marie Greenham Marie Grig Marie Guimard Marie Hales Marie Harvie Marie Hawke Marie Henshall Marie Holgate Marie Hornsby Marie Jacquier Marie Jarvie Marie Kilday Marie Kilduff Marie Krueger Marie Lautier Marie Lavers Marie Lerner Marie Lindquist Marie Lingard Marie Mahan Marie Malone-Storan Marie Martel Marie Mcclements Marie Mcgurk Marie Mogg Marie Morse Marie Newson Marie Ode Marie Ord Marie Pavey Marie Pawson Marie Paxson Marie Pharo Marie Platts Marie Pugsley Marie Ransom Marie Readman Marie Rees-Jenkins Marie Reid-Sherry Marie Rhodin Marie Rita Marie Robichaud Marie Robinson-Ledwith Marie Rump Marie Sansum Marie Sarchet Marie Satterthwaite Marie Scott-Kilvert Marie Sear Marie Sellers Marie Semper Marie Shreeve Marie Skilling Marie Spackman Marie Sturges Marie Sudwell Marie Tameze Marie Trippett Marie Trujillo Marie Tye Marie Tyrer Marie Velez Marie Vig Marie Wands Marie Wasley Marie Wehbe Marie Wheaton Marie Wilkening-Le-Brun Marie Wilshire Marie Zadeh Marie de Latour

Information about "Marie"

For this Marie there are 18584 different names on Yasni.

Most common last names for Marie are: Bennet, Buckleygray, Cosgrave

In the ranking of the most common first names Marie is on position 77.

During the last seven days Marie was searched for 15 times.

Meaning of "Marie"

Female first name (German, French); (?) Marie bitterness, Hebrew (Old Testament); mirjam = the bitterness, the bitterness (Aramaic); mry ='s lover (Egyptian), as the name of the mother of Jesus Symbol of Pure and deep love, meaning clarified not sure, a possibility: 'bitterness', and another possibility is an Egyptian origin and a derivation of 'mry' (the / the beloved, in the sense of that which is loved / he who is loved) , 'Maria' is the Greek / Latin origin form, 'Mirjam' the older Aramaic / Hebrew, probably the most common female Christian name

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