What does Marie mean?
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.
Marie▼ has 34 more relations via Mary: Mair, Maire, Malia▲, Mallie▼, Mame, Mamie▼, Mara▲, Mare, Maren, Maria, Mariam▲, Marian▼, Marice, Maridel, Mariel▼, Mariela▼, Marilee▼, Marin, Marion▼, Marita, Marja, Marje, Marla▼, Marlo▼, Marya, Maryse, Maure, Maurine▼, Maurise, Mayme▼, Maymie▼, Mayria, Meriel and Muriel▼.
Marie has 1 masculine form: Mariano.Kreatif forms: Maerie, Mirie, Mirrie. [more]
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. Census)
Displayed below is the birth name popularity of Marie for girls. Marie reached its apex rank of #8 in the U.S. in the 1900s, and is at #579 currently. (2014 Birth Statistics)
Below is a charted comparison of the popularity of the girl name Marie and affiliated names. Prominent alternative forms of Marie (#579 2 years ago) listed in the Top 1000 are Malia (#345 2 years ago), Mallie, Mame, Mamie, Mara (#695), Maren, Maria (#115), Mariam (#568), Marian, Marianne, Mariel, Mariela, Marietta, Marilee, Marin, Marion, Marita, Marla, Marlo, Mary (#120), Maurine, Mayme, Maymie, Mitzi and Muriel. Adoption of these relations of Marie was at its most widespread during 1900-1909 (usage of 0.3469%) and is somewhat lower today (usage 0.1376%, ▼60.3%). Mary is the steady favorite, though Maria is currently more frequently used, and Marianne is now less popular. (2014 Birth Statistics)
Marie▼ is alike in pronunciation to Mairi, Marah, Mari▼, Mariah▲, Marra, Maurie, Merrie, Miri, Moria and Myree. Other suggested similar baby names are Carie, Karie, Macie▲, Marcie▼, Marge▼, Margie▼, Marien, Mariet, Marike, Marine, Maris, Marise, Marit, Marjie, Markie, Marlie, Marne, Marnie▼, Marte, Martie, Marve, Maxie▼, Mazie▼ and Sarie. These names tend to be less commonly used than Marie.