Mareta

Mareta meaning and origin

Gender: Girl
Origin: Old Greek, Aramaic and Greek
Usage: Swedish, Danish, Norwegian and Finnish
Meaning: Pearl, Lady, Mistress of the House, Dedicated to Mars, Herrin, Hebrew Meaning and Bitterness
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Mareta is variant of Maret. Maret is variant form of pious, durable and preeminent Margareta. Maret is derived from Martha.

Variants of Mareta

Marete, Maret, Margaret, Margareta, Maretta, Marethe, Grieta, Margaux, Mamie, Tita, Margueritte, Annemargaret, Marguerite, Magga, Marga, Margarita, Marretta

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Popularity of Mareta

Mareta is an uncommon baby name in United States, where it had been in use for 23 years, last appeared in 1989 and made just beyond the top 2000 names. Over 151 people have been named Mareta in United States. Mareta is a common name in Indonesia and Armenia while somewhat familiar name in Russia, Papua New Guinea, Georgia, Philippines, Fiji, French Polynesia and Zambia. At least, 8000 people globally have carried Mareta as their given name according to our evaluation.

YearRankBirths
198996757
195442768
195255685
194545575
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What numbers say about Mareta?

People always look for comfort in your world. You can't stand in one place for a long time because it bores you. You are hard to reach and even harder to trust. If you have things to be handled, you handle them right away, without much waiting. You prefer to take advantage of people, but feel disappointed when someone takes you for granted. You are an artist by soul, which is something almost everyone envies you for.

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  •  Lowe principally is used in Norwegian, Swedish and Finnish is originated from Old French is given to both genders. Lowe is form of Lófi in Danish language
  •  Jonatan - Jonatan's meaning is Yahweh has Given, Gift of Yahweh or God is Merciful is used mostly in Scandinavian, Finnish and Swedish has its origin in Hebrew is given to baby boys
  •  Annikki - Of Hebrew origin, Annikki is a baby girl name, Annikki means "He (God) Was Gracious" is used in Danish and Finnish
  •  Id means Feast Season came from Welsh used as a unisex name is used in Norwegian, Danish and Finnish
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Namesakes of Mareta

    Mareta West, American astrogeologist

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