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What does Marthena mean?

Marthena Pronunciation of Marthena as a name for girls is an Aramaic name, and the meaning of the name Marthena is "lady; mistress of the house". Marthena is an alternate spelling of Martha (Aramaic).


ASSOCIATED WITH lady (noble)


VARIANT Marthini

OTHER FORMS VIA MARTHA Marhta, Marta, Marte, Martella, Marth, Marthe, Marthine, Marthy, Martie, Martina, Martita, Martje, Martta, Martyne, Martynne, Matha, Mirtha



Marthena Rebel (M.R.), ..

How popular is Marthena?

Marthena is an unusual given name for women. Marthena is an equivalently unusual last name too for all people. (2000 U.S. DEMOGRAPHICS)

Which version is better?

Martha (#797 FROM CURRENT RECORDS), Martina (#1377), Marta and Martie are the popular related forms of Marthena (NOT RANKED). Other forms, like Martita, are uncommon. These forms of Marthena were favored as birth names 138 years ago (ADOPTION OF 1.07%) and have become significantly less conventional since (ADOPTION 0.03%, 97%), with forms like Marta becoming somewhat dated. (TOP BABY NAMES, 2018)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Marta, Martha, Martie, Martina in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Marta, Martha outside U.S.

Similar Names

Recommended sound-alike names are Athena, Carena, Carilena (see Caroline), Carlaena, Darleena, Darlena, Dorthea, Eartha, Ianthina, Jardeena (see Jardina), Jardena, Kareena, Katena, Kathlena, Katrena, Larena, Madelena, Madena, Mahina, Makena, Marceen, Marcela, Marcena, Marcenia (see Marcene), Marchella, Marchery, Marchita, Mareen, Mareena, Mareina, Maren, Marialena, Marianna, Maricela, Marielena, Marina, Marinna, Marisela, Markeeta, Marketa, Marlana, Marlea, Marleen, Marleena, Marleina, Marlen, Marlena, Marlenn (see Marlin), Marnina, Maroona, Marrlen, Marseea, Marteena, Martia, Marvela, Marvina, Maryanna, Matana, Mathea, Mathia, Matrena, Matthea, Matthia, Maydena, Morena, Morwena, Panthea, Pantheia, Pantheya (see Panthea), Pathina, Sarena, Tareena, Varena, Walteena (see Waltrina) and Zareena. These names tend to be more commonly used than Marthena.

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