Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Mary"

People with the first name "Mary"

Mary A. Wolz Mary Acosta-Rubio Mary Ammed Mary Amuge Mary Armstead Mary Barrett Mary Basile Mary Bassey Mary Bell Mary Biden Mary Botha Mary Bowen Mary Boyer Mary Bradley Mary Cague Mary Cahalan Mary Cengic Mary Chaplin Mary Charles Mary Clayton Mary Cope Mary Cotten Mary Cutshall Mary D Sykes Mary D. Pearse Mary Dang Mary Dempsey Mary Djaboury Mary Donna Mary Duboyce Mary Ducharme Mary Dukes Mary E Madden Mary English Mary Ethel Mary Faulkner Mary Fernandez Mary Ferré Mary Figueroa Mary Fontinha Mary Foto Mary Fraher Mary Gendron Mary Gromlowicz Mary Grover Mary Gustafson Mary Gwennap Mary Gwinnell Mary H. Aucoin Mary Hale Mary Heng Mary Holt Mary Honablew Mary Huff Mary Humphreys Mary J. Wan Mary Jolene Mary K Breen Mary K. Holicky Mary Kordyban Mary Koreski Mary Krapf Mary Kris Mary L. Creech Mary Lajeunesse Mary Leonard Mary Longo Mary Mahfoud Mary McDonnell Mary Mcgervey Mary Moehring Mary Molluso Mary Muthoni Mary Newell Mary Nightingale Mary Noble Mary Ohlrogge Mary Okumu Mary Oxley Mary P. Morahan Mary Pavkovich Mary Poole Mary Posner Mary Rodgers Mary Roosa Mary Roper Mary Ross Mary Rowland Mary Sammut Mary Schneider Mary Senf Mary Stanley Mary T. Amorosi Mary Tamsalu Mary Toledo Mary Torrence Mary Tran Mary Vicky Mary Walters Mary Zuluaga

Information about "Mary"

For this Mary there are 80513 different names on Yasni.

Most common last names for Mary are: Anderson, Baietto, Bamali

In the ranking of the most common first names Mary is on position 18.

During the last seven days Mary was searched for 14 times.

Meaning of "Mary"

Female first name (English):; (?) Mary bitterness, Hebrew (Old Testament); mirjam = the bitterness, the bitterness (Aramaic); mry ='s lover (Egyptian), as the name of the mother of Jesus symbol of pure and deep love; clarify meaning not sure, a possibility: 'bitterness', and another possibility is an Egyptian origin and a derivation of' mry '(the / the beloved, in the sense of that which is loved / he who is loved);' Maria 'is the Greek / Latin origin form,' Mirjam 'the older Aramaic / Hebrew, probably the most common female Christian name

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