What does Marysa mean?
Marysa /ma-ry-sa/ [3 sylls.] as a girls' name is of Latin derivation, and Marysa means "star of the sea". Marysa is a variant form, with the suffix -ysa, of Marisa (Latin): variation of Maria, Maris. Marysa is also a variation of Mary (Latin).
Marysa has 48 more alternative forms via Marisa, Mary: Malia▲, Manya, Mara▲, Mare, Maree, Marella, Maren, Maretta, Maria, Mariam▲, Marian▼, Mariana▲, Marice, Marie▼, Mariel▼, Mariela▼, Marilla, Marin, Marion▼, Mariska, Marita, Maritsa, Maritza▼, Marja, Marjan, Marje, Marla▼, Marlo▼, Marya, Maryann▼, Marybel, Maryjo▼, Marylee, Marylin▼, Marylou▼, Marylu, Maryse, Marysia, Masha, Maura▼, Maurise, Maurita, Mavra, May▼, Mayme▼, Mayra▼, Mayria and Moya.Kreatif forms: Manrysa, Marrysa, Marysha. [more]
How popular is Marysa?
Marysa is an uncommon given name for females. Marysa is a unique last name too for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Maria (#115 last year), Mary (#120), Mariana (#331), Malia (#345), Mariam (#568), Marie (#579), Mara (#695), Mayra, Maryjo, Maryann, Marylin, Marylou, Marlo, May, Maura, Mayme, Marisa, Mariel, Marian, Maren, Mariela, Marin, Maritza, Marita, Marion and Marla are the popular variation forms of Marysa (outside Top 1000). Adoption of these girl names was at its highest during the years 1960-1969 (usage of 0.325%) and is now significantly lower (usage 0.1633%, 49.7% less), with forms such as Maritza, Marisa, Mayra, Mariela and Marie becoming somewhat dated. Mariam (#568), Mara (#695), Mariana (#331) and Malia (#345) are four of the more chic names for newborns in this compilation, and there is also a resurgence in baby name usage for Mariana. Below is a charted analysis of the popularity of the girl name Marysa and related names. (Top 1000 Baby Names Statistics, 2014)
Marysa is pronounced similarly to Marissa▲, Mariza, Maryssa, Mauresa, Maurisa and Meryssa. Other suggested similar baby names are Karysa, Marcia▼, Marga, Marika, Maris, Marise, Marisha, Markia, Marsha▼, Marsia, Maryk, Maryka, Marys and Maysa. These names tend to be more frequently used than Marysa.