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First name origins & meanings:
- Hebrew: Bitter
- Greek: A flower; mother of Jesus
- Latin: Of the sea
- Hebrew: Bitter; rebellion
First name variations: Mary, Marella, Mariette, Maretta, Golda, Goldie, Marigold, Marisa, Maris, Marina, Maressa, Maritza, Merisa, Merrisa, Marissah, Rissa, Marissa, Merry, Marie, Maria, Miriam, Marian, Mame, Mamie, Maymie, Mayme, May, Mally, Molly, Polly, Mara, Maretta, Marel, Marella, Maren, Marlo, Mariette, Marieta, Meriel, Mimi, Minette, Minnie, Minny, Mitzi, Madonna, Marilla, Marla, Marya, Muriel, Manon, Manette, Marija, Marika, Maire, Mare, Marquita, Maure, Mairin, Mair, Maura, Maureen, Moira, Moire, Moya, Muire, Masha, Mairi, Mariya, Mashia, Mash, Mariath, Mary
Last name origins & meanings:
- Italian: patronymic from a short form of the medieval personal
name Ademaro, Adimaro, derived from a Germanic personal
name composed of the elements adal ‘noble’ + mari,
meri ‘famous’. In southern Italy, it is more often from a short
form of Amari, or a nickname from amaro, amaru,
also maru ‘unlucky’.
- Italian: patronymic from the personal
- Catalan (Marí): occupational
name from marí ‘mariner’ or nickname for someone who lived
by the sea.
- Hungarian: from the personal name
Mári, a pet form of Márton (see Martin) or
Márkus (see Mark), or of the female name
Mária (see Maria).
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