What does Maryanna mean?
Maryanna [maryan-na] as a girls' name is an English name, and the name Maryanna means "star of the sea; grace". Maryanna is an alternate spelling of Marianne (French, Latin, Hebrew). Maryanna is also a derivative of Maryann (English).
(male) Middle name pairings:
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How popular is Maryanna?
Maryanna is a somewhat popular first name for women (#3249 out of 4276, Top 76%) but a rare last name for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Maryanna was first listed in 1890-1899 and reached its apex rank of #1486 in the U.S. during 1910-1919, but is not found in the list currently. (Top 2000 Names, 2015)
Which version is better?with its source forms and related girl names. Mariana (#296 a year ago), Mariann, Marianna (#853), Marianne (#1985), Maryam (#567), Maryan, Maryann (#1809) and Maryanne are the popular variation forms of Maryanna. Other variants, like Marianda, are seldom used. These forms of Maryanna reached the top of their popularity in the 1940s (usage of 0.19%) and are somewhat less conventional today (usage 0.11%, ▼40%), with versions like Marianne becoming less in vogue. Marianna and Maryam are two of the more chic baby names in this compilation.
Maryanna is pronounced similarly to Mareena, Mareina, Marena, Marina▼, Marinna, Maroona, Mirana, Miriana, Morwenna, Morwinna and Morwynna. Other recommended names are Aiyanna, Aryanna▲, Bryauna, Carenna, Cariana, Carinna, Carlaena, Carmanya, Damyana, Davianna, Dayana▲, Dayann, Dayanna, Fabianna, Galianna, Gerianna, Gloryanna, Haldanna (see Haldana), Karaina, Kariann, Karianne, Karynna, Lacyann, Laranca (see Laura), Maranda▼, Marcianne, Mareen, Marien, Marilena, Marin, Marinda, Marine, Marion▼, Marjan, Marlana, Marlane, Marleina, Marlynn, Marnia, Marnie, Marnina, Marnja, Marthena, Martynne, Marysa, Marysia, Matana, Meranda, Merna, Merona, Merrona, Miranda▼, Mirna, Miyanna, Montanna (see Montana), Morganne, Morna, Rayann, Ryanna, Savanna, Savhanna, Sirvanna, Yaryna and Yordanna (see Yordan). These names tend to be less commonly used than Maryanna.See names in meaning and etymology.