What does Marie mean?
Marie [marie] as a girls' name is of French and Latin origin, and the meaning of Marie is "star of the sea". Variant of Mary. Earliest English form of the name which was revived in the 19th century. Scientist Marie Curie; Queen Marie Antoinette of Scots; singer Marie Osmond.
Marie▼ has 1 variant: Maree.
78 more relations via Mary: Mair, Maire, Mal, Malia, Mallie▼, Mame▼, Mamie▼, Manon, Manya, Mara▲, Marabel, Mare, Marelle, Maren, Marette, Maria▼, Mariam▲, Marian▼, Mariana, Mariann, Marianne▼, Marice, Maridel, Mariel, Mariela▼, Mariella, Marielle, Marietta▼, Mariette, Marilee, Marilin, Marilla, Marilyn▼, Marin, Marion▼, Mariska, Marita, Maritsa, Maritza▼, Marja, Marjan, Marje, Marla▼, Marlo▼, Marya, Marybel, Maryjo, Marylee, Marylin, Marylu, Marysa, Maryse, Marysia, Masha, Maura, Maure, Maureen▼, Maurene, Maurine▼, Maurise, Maurita, Mavra, May▼, Mayme▼, Maymie, Mayra▼, Mayria, Meridel, Meriel, Mimi, Minnie▼, Miriam, Moire, Mollie▼, Morag, Muire, Murial and Muriel▼.
1 masculine form: Mariano.Creative forms:
(female) Maril, Matie, ..
(male) Marre, Marro, .. Middle name pairings:
Marie Cameron (M.C.), ..
How popular is Marie?
Marie is a very popular first name for women (#44 out of 4276, Top 1%) and also a very popular surname for both adults and children (#11964 out of 150436, Top 8%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Marie reached its apex rank of #8 in the U.S. in the 1900s, and is at #564 currently. (2015 U.S. SSA Records)
Which version is better?with its variant form and related girl names. Prominent alternative forms of Marie (#564 the previous year) listed in the Top 2000 are Malia (#313 the previous year), Mallie, Mame, Mamie, Mara (#739), Maree, Maren (#1113), Maria (#109), Mariam (#563), Marian (#1104), Mariana (#296), Mariann, Marianne (#1985), Mariel (#1839), Mariela (#1560), Mariella (#1433), Marielle (#1808), Marietta, Mariette, Marilee, Marilla, Marilyn (#426), Marin (#1471), Marion (#1527), Mariska, Marita, Maritza (#1201), Marla, Marlo, Mary (#124), Maryjo, Marylee, Marylin, Maura (#1490), Maureen, Maurine, May (#1658), Mayme, Maymie, Mayra (#1275), Mimi, Minnie, Miriam (#294), Mitzi, Mollie (#1001) and Muriel. Adoption of these relations of Marie was at its most widespread during 1880-1889 (usage of 12.55%) and has become much lower since (usage 0.75%, ▼94%), with forms like Marie becoming less stylish. Mara and Mariam are two of the more contemporarily stylish names for newborns in this compilation.
Marie▼ is alike in pronunciation to Maery, Mahra, Maira, Mairi, Marah, Maraya, Mari▼, Mariah, Maurie, Mera, Merah, Merree, Merri, Merrie, Merry▼, Mira▲, Mirah, Mireio, Miri, Mirra, Morah, Moraia, Moria, Moriah and Myriah. Other suggested similar names are Barrie, Carie, Casie, Catie, Darcie, Halie▼, Jacie, Kadie, Karie, Lacie, Lanie, Macie▲, Maggie▼, Maji, Malke, Marcie▼, Marcine, Marge, Marged, Margie▼, Margit, Margo▼, Marien, Mariet, Marike, Marine, Maris, Marise, Marit, Mariza, Marjie, Markie, Marlie, Marne, Marnie, Marrin, Marte, Martie, Marva▼, Marve, Mauve, Maxi, Maxie, Mazie▼, Mazine, Merle▼, Mirtie, Ramie, Sarie and Tatie. These names tend to be less commonly used than Marie.See names in meaning and etymology.