Home > Marette


What does Marette mean?

Marette Pronunciation of Marette [marette] as a name for girls is of Latin derivation, and Marette means "star of the sea". Marette is a version of Mary (Latin).



VARIANT Mariette

OTHER FORMS VIA MARY Manette, Mare, Maree, Marella, Marelle, Maren, Maretta, Marice, Marie, Marielle, Marietta, Marilee, Marita, Maritsa, Maritza, Marje, Marylee, Maryse, Maurene, Minette

(female) Maette, Marda, ..

(male) Mareter, Maretil, ..

Marette Kaley (M.K.), ..

How popular is Marette?

Marette is an uncommon given name for females but a somewhat popular surname for all people (#146011 out of 150436, Top 97%). (2000 U.S. CENSUS)

Which version is better?

with its source form and related girl names. Maree, Maren (#1113 VIA LATEST LIST), Marie (#564), Marielle (#1808), Marietta, Mariette, Marilee, Marita, Maritza (#1201), Mary (#124) and Marylee are the prominent related forms of Marette (OUTSIDE TOP 2000). These forms of Marette were popular with parents 125 years ago (MEDIAN #1474) and are now much less widespread (#1528, DOWN 97.6%). (TOP BABY NAMES, 2015)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Maree, Maren, Marie, Marielle, Marietta in U.S.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Mariette, Marilee, Marita, Maritza, Mary, Marylee in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Mary outside U.S.

Similar Names

Marette is alike in pronunciation to Mariet and Marit. Other suggested similar names are Arette, Babette, Barbette, Brette, Cadette, Caretta, Carlette, Clarette, Danette, Dorette, Earlette, Earvette (see Irvette), Fayette, Garnette, Grette, Halette, Hariette, Janette, Jazette, Korette, Lanette, Laretta, Laurette, Lavette, Lorette, Lurette, Margette, Marhta, Marketta, Marlette, Marnetta, Marnette, Mart, Marta, Marte, Marth, Martha, Marthe, Marthy, Marti, Martia, Martie, Martje, Martta, Marty, Maryetta, Mette, Mirtie, Mosette, Musette, Myrtie, Nadette, Nanette, Orette, Rayette, Sabrette, Sarette, Sarotte (see Sarah) and Wanette. These names tend to be more frequently used than Marette.

See names
in meaning and etymology.