Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Marie"

People with the first name "Marie"

Marie Abel Marie Abley Marie Aindow Marie Anderson-Boyd Marie Ay Marie Babb Marie Babou Marie Baines-Pinchen Marie Balfour Marie Basso Marie Beddoe Marie Beddoes Marie Bellon Marie Beney Marie Binney Marie Bishell Marie Blohm Marie Blundell Marie Boileau Marie Boner Marie Boniface Marie Bonynge Marie Breslin Marie Broaders Marie Brownlow Marie Burbidge Marie Calvez Marie Canham Marie Capewell Marie Carberry Marie Cardus Marie Carey-Brownlow Marie Caygill Marie Challinor Marie Clausen Marie Clune Marie Coker Marie Coultas-Wi Marie Craft Marie Danielle Marie Darblay Marie Dawe Marie Denham Marie Donald Marie Dowse Marie Edmunds Marie Eggbeer Marie Emery Marie Eulalia Marie Finke Marie Galbraith Marie Golightly Marie Gurhy Marie Gwilliam Marie Heightley Marie Holdsworth Marie Howitt Marie Hughes-Gosling Marie Innes Marie Irish Marie Johansson Marie Kalckstein-Diron Marie Knapp Marie Kubiak Marie Kyne Marie Lodge Marie Love Marie Marais Marie Mawson-Harris Marie Mayfield Marie Nevard Marie Northam Marie Orman Marie Orth Marie Parham Marie Parton Marie Pedley Marie Port Marie Prigent Marie Proffitt Marie Raffard Marie Rix Marie Rodrigues Marie Rossington Marie Russo Marie Salsbury Marie Shillito Marie Shiro Marie Solanki Marie Squires Marie Suffren Marie Tarpey Marie Tolhurst Marie Tomanova Marie Tung Marie Turbill Marie Tureckova Marie Viles Marie Weedall Marie de Gennes

Information about "Marie"

For this Marie there are 18645 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 79.

During the last seven days Marie was searched for 13 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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