Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Marie"

People with the first name "Marie"

Marie Allbones Marie Ansell Marie Asante Marie Attrell Marie Audet Marie Bagshaw-Wainwright Marie Balentine Marie Ball-Wood Marie Barcoe Marie Barty Marie Billingsley Marie Boysen Marie Breunig Marie Brichard-Parsons Marie Brock Marie Brogden Marie Bushnell Marie Bye Marie Cabrit Marie Cardis Marie Chance Marie Cheong Marie Chinnery Marie Cho Marie Clerkin Marie Cody Marie Convery Marie Cornford Marie Cornish Marie Cribb Marie Dai Marie Deane Marie Debont Marie Derr Marie Devenney Marie Dorrington Marie Dring Marie Dunster Marie Evelyn Marie Fredericks Marie Goulet Marie Gracie Marie Granados Marie Hamilton-Coish Marie Harrington Marie Hirth Marie Hornett Marie Hurley Marie Jean Marie Johannessen Marie Kayley Marie Kirrane Marie Kynoch Marie Labus Marie Lane Marie Latham Marie Lawton Marie Longmore Marie Lucca Marie Maillard Marie McGrory Marie Mccahery Marie Menez Marie Muriel Marie Neumann Marie Neve Marie Newbold Marie Newsham Marie Nicos Marie Nulty Marie Of Greece Marie Oldfield Marie Ormsby Marie Pasco Marie Pashley Marie Pillai Marie Reece Marie Riggs Marie Robinson-Smith Marie Rooks Marie Rouse Marie Russ Marie Sabin Marie Scholey Marie Seery Marie Shears Marie Sheehan Marie Shera Marie Sleet Marie Solene Marie Stent Marie Stimson Marie Strock Marie Tavares Marie Vargas Marie Waddingham Marie Whitty Marie Whyld Marie Woodford Marie al Rustom

Information about "Marie"

For this Marie there are 18213 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 78.

During the last seven days Marie was searched for 5 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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