Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Marie"

People with the first name "Marie"

Marie Abella Marie Alias Marie Arbon Marie Arendt Marie Ashwood Marie Asselin Marie Ballentine Marie Banister Marie Beau Marie Beche Marie Bedingfield Marie Belcher Marie Belton Marie Berger Marie Bergin Marie Blanche Marie Blunn Marie Braithwaite Marie Brinkley Marie Broom Marie Broxup Marie Buitelaar Marie Bussey Marie Cake Marie Carver Marie Choules Marie Clews Marie Coburn Marie Desilva Marie Downer Marie Duckett Marie Dundas Marie Durand Marie Durbin Marie Ebert Marie Emslie Marie Fairburn Marie Ferris Marie Fink Marie Flannery Marie Frame Marie Friel Marie Gasser Marie Gregson Marie Grundy Marie Guest Marie Guirguis Marie Halford Marie Hamel Marie Hepburn Marie Herder Marie Hislop Marie Hoppen-Danzig Marie Houghton-Brown Marie Jacquard Marie Jade Marie Jane Marie Kahn Marie Klein Marie Knecht Marie Lamour Marie Leenhardt Marie Liddy Marie Lindblad Marie Linehan Marie Lutter Marie Mac Marie Macey Marie Mason-Begbie Marie McGonnell Marie McManus Marie Mccaffrey Marie Moorey Marie Nesbitt Marie Osburn Marie Peart Marie Petit Marie Pierre-Jean Marie Quantrill Marie Rapley Marie Reiter Marie Roskilly-Smith Marie Ryde-Weller Marie Sage Marie Sansoni Marie Saul Marie Sealy Marie Snapp Marie Steudel Marie Swinnerton Marie Sylvie Marie Toole Marie Uhart Marie Valpeters Marie Wass Marie Watters Marie Woodham Marie Wullens Marie de Graff Marie de Menezes

Information about "Marie"

For this Marie there are 18411 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 1 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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