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What does Mareisa mean?

Mareisa Pronunciation of Mareisa [mareisa] as a name for girls is a Latin name, and the meaning of Mareisa is "star of the sea". Mareisa is a variant form of Marisa (Latin): version of Maria, Maris.

Associated with: star, sea.


Mareisa has 6 variants: Mareesa, Maressa, Marysa, Moreisa, Morisa and Morysa.

1 more different relation via Marisa: Marysia.

Creative forms:
(female) Maresa, Maresi, ..

(male) Marema, ..

Middle name pairings:
Mareisa Angie (M.A.), ..

How popular is Mareisa?

Mareisa is an uncommonly occurring first name for females. Mareisa is an equally unusual surname for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)

Which version is better?

with its source form and related girl names. The only prominent related form of Mareisa (not ranked) ranked in the Top 2000 is Marisa (#1905 via latest list). Other forms, like Mareesa, are uncommon. Adoption of this form of Mareisa was common among parents 2 decades ago (#147) and has become significantly reduced since, with Marisa going out of style. (2015 Birth Statistics)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Marisa in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Mareisa and related baby names outside U.S.

Similar Names

Mareisa is pronounced similarly to Marissa, Mariza, Marrissa, Maryssa, Mauresa, Maurisa, Maurissa, Merissa, Meryssa and Morissa. Other recommended names are Carlisa, Jaleisa, Jareika (see Jarica), Kareima, Kareina, Karensa, Karessa, Karisa, Karrisa, Larisa, Madeira, Maisa, Maleia, Mandisa, Marci, Marcia, Marcie, Marcila, Marcita, Mareena, Marelda, Marella, Marena, Marga, Margi, Margisia (see Margaret), Margita, Maria, Mariko, Marilisa, Marina, Marise, Mariske, Marisse, Maritsa, Marja, Marjie, Markaisa, Markessa, Markia, Markie, Markisha, Markita, Marleina, Marlis, Marlisa, Marlise, Marliss, Marnia, Marnina, Marseea, Marsia, Marteina (see Martina), Martia, Martina, Martita, Marvina, Maryka, Marys, Maryse, Mercia, Meris, Narcisa, Parisa and Taresa. These names tend to be more frequently used than Mareisa.

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