Mairin name meaning

✍  Updated on: March 10th, 2023
Gender: Girl
Origin: Latin, Celtic, Old Greek, Hebrew, English and Irish
Pronunciation: ma(i)-rin
Meaning: Beloved, Sea of Bitterness, Rebelliousness, Wished for Child, Similar to Mary Bitter, Favorable, Admirable, Dark, Great, Star of the Sea and Moorish
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What does Mairin mean?

Mairin is version of commonly accepted Maira. Maira is variant form of perennial and cherished Maria. Maira is Irish form of Mary. Also Maira is Hawaiian cognate of Myra. Originated from Latin and Old Greek, Unconventional Maira, Maira means "Sea of Bitterness and Beloved".

Also. Mairin is variant of prevalent, conifer and biblical Maureen. Maureen is form of commonly accepted, durable and biblical Mary. Maureen is abridged form of Maria. Maureen is English equivalent of Máirín.

Does Mairin sound like a good baby name?

Mairin, a beautiful Irish baby girl name, has unique qualities that make it stand out. Its meaning "star of the sea" is reminiscent of the vastness and awe-inspiring qualities of the ocean.

This name also holds dual meanings, with "beloved" representing a deep love and affection for someone, while "bitter" suggests an underlying strength and resilience. Additionally, "rebellious" hints at a free spirit and independent nature - characteristics that are desirable in today's society.

Overall, Mairin is a lovely name for any baby girl and has both cultural significance and timeless appeal.

How do I pronounce Mairin?

Two syllabled Mairin is most commonly pronounced as ma(i)-rin.

Variants of Mairin

Mairen, Maira, Maureen, Maria, Mary, Myra, Maera, Mariam, Mariamne, Mirjam, Máirín, Moreen, Maura, Mairenn, Maarja, Maraike, Mara, Angelamaria, Maite, Maaria, Marielle, Mai, Marea, Adamary, Marigrace, Maila, Mira, Moira, Marriam, Miriam, Mamre, Marianne, Mireio, Máire, Morena, Maurane

Names that rhyme with Mairin

How popular is the name Mairin?

Mairin is a unique baby name in United States, it has been in use since 1977 and was able to reach the top 4000 names. In 2007, it ranked 3719th when 43 girls were named Mairin.

There are over 651 babies that have been given the name Mairin in United States. Mairin is an uncommon baby name in Ireland, in use since 1964, peaked in 1966 when it ranked 310th and last appeared in 1998.

Mairin is a rare baby name in England and Wales and may not be used now. Also, Mairin is a familiar name in Venezuela, Indonesia, Malaysia and India. At least, 2000 people around the globe have been given the name as per our findings.

YearRankBirths
2018673517
2017648518
2016661718
2015889312
2014697417
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Mairin in Nordic countries

CountriesMenWomen
First NameSecondary NameFirst NameSecondary Name
Netherlands50237
Norway5057
Denmark5010

Numerological aspects of Mairin

You should understand not everyone has the same expectations and wishes out of life and themselves. Your expression number reveals what you are best at and that would be successful businessmen, self-made millionaire, influencer, weird artist, or politician. You are all about independence, and like to have your own possessions because you like to enjoy luxury but not at any prize. You have the ability to predict things before they happen thanks to your strong intuition.

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