The origin of this modern name is an old Italian title of the Virgin Mary meaning ‘our lady’.
The Spanish female form of "Emanuel’.
Originates from Latin. The meaning is uncertain. There were a few saints of this name including a pope.
The female form of ‘Marcus’ which is the Latin for ‘Mark’.
Originates from Latin and means ‘jewel’. This name was one of the most popular names throughout Christian Europe. Common short forms include ‘Meg’ and ‘Megan’.
The Spanish form of ‘Mary’.
An alternative spelling of ‘Marion’.
Is not a combination of ‘Mary’ and ‘Anne’ contrary to common belief, but a lengthened spelling of ‘Marian’.
The French form of ‘Mary’.
Italian forms of ‘Maria’.
A modern form of ‘Mary’.
The female form of the Latin male name ‘Marinus’ which pertains ‘the sea’. There were several saints of this name.
A diminutive of ‘Mary’.
A variant of ‘Maria’. An alternative spelling is ‘Marissa’.
Derived from the name ‘Mary Magdelen’ by combining a part of ‘Mary’ with a part of ‘Magdalen’.
The name of the sister of Lazarus and Mary.
From the Hebrew name ‘Miriam’ whish means ‘wished for’. One of the most popular Christian names because it is the name of the mother of Jesus Christ.
Derived from ‘Maire’ which is the Irish form of ‘Mary’.
The origin of this name is from a Greek word which means ‘darkness’.
A Spanish name originating from The title of the Virgin Mary, ‘Maria de las Mercedes’ which means ‘Mary of the favors’.
The Latin form of ‘Mercy’.
Originated form a Latin word meaning ‘merit’.
The French female form of ‘Michael’.
The Hebrew name for ‘Mary’. It means ‘wished