Marian name meaning

Updated: May 30th, 2024
Gender: Unisex, both Boy and Girl
Origin: Hebrew and Latin
Usage: English, Finnish, Swedish, Danish and Norwegian
Pronunciation: m(a)-rian
Meaning: A Combination of Mary and Ann, Bitter, Sea of Bitterness, Rebelliousness, Wished for Child, Of the Clan Marius, Sea, Grace and Mercy
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What does Marian mean?

Marian means A Combination of Mary and Ann, Bitter, Sea of Bitterness, Rebelliousness, Wished for Child, Of the Clan Marius, Sea, Grace or Mercy is used chiefly in Finnish, Swedish, Danish, Norwegian and English used for both genders is originated from Latin and Hebrew.

Marian is variant of well-known and biblical Mary. Mary is English equivalent of Maria. Also Mary is English form of Maria. Of Egyptian and Hebrew origin, Well-Liked and Conifer Mary, Mary means "The Word Mere Which Means Mother, Lady and Rebellion".

Marian is variant of timeless and prevalent Maryann. Maryann is version of biblical and persistent Mary. Also Maryann is variant spelling of Mary;Ann. Maryann's meaning is Mary and Combination of Mary and Ann is originated from English and Hebrew.

Marian is variant of eternal and well-known Marianne. Marianne is variation of recent Mariamne. Also Marianne is variation of admired and enduring Mariana. Marianne is resulted from Marian. Marianne is French equivalent of Maria.

Prominent and Perennial Marianne is originated from Hebrew, Marianne means "Maria and Bitter". Marian is a version of Marianus. Marianus is variant of popular and ceaseless Marius. Marianus is manly form of Maria.

Long standing and Prevalent Marianus is used dominantly in Swedish and Norwegian, Marianus means "The Elements Maris Meaning Male Manly Virile and Mars" has origin in Latin. Marian is variation of perpetual and cherished Marion.

Marion is variant form of unfading and celebrated Mario. Marion is a resultant of Mary. Marion is abridged form of Marie. Marion is form of Marie in French language. Also Marion is English form of Mary.

Origin of Loved and Ever lasting Marion is in French and Hebrew languages, meaning of Marion is "Sea of Bitterness, Bitter and Star". Marian is feminine form of Marius. Marius is a variation of cherished and perennial Mario.

Marius is manly form of [Maria. Marius means Sea, Male and Mars is of Latin origin. Marian is feminine form of Marius. Marius is a variation of cherished and perennial Mario.

Marius is manly form of [Maria.. Marian is celebrated on November 3rd.

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How do I pronounce Marian?

The two syllabled name Marian is pronounced, m(a)-rian.

Variants of Marian

Maria, Mariam, Mariamne, Mirjam, Maniek, Marion, Mary, Maryann, Marianne, Marianus, Mario, Marie, Mareon, Marionne, Maaria, Marielle, Mai, Mara, Marea, Adamary, Marigrace, Mariana, Maiana, Marius, Mariane, Jarian, Jehanne, Ieuan, Johanan, Joan, Johanna, Jane

Names that rhyme with Marian

How popular is the name Marian?

Marian is a popular name in United States given to over 141874 babies in 237 years. Currently the moniker is on a rise, in 1924, the moniker grabbed the 64th spot and 4196 baby girls were given the name.

Additionally, the given name has been in the top 100 baby names 23 times In Ireland, Marian was once a common name since emerging in 1964 it has been given to over 1846 babies.

When at the peak of its usage in 1987,. After 44 years of usage, the name has fallen out of the charts.

Marian is a familiar baby name in France, it has been in use since 1921 and was able to reach the top 200 names.

In 1931, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 195 on boy names chart when 64 babies were given the name Marian. Over 1978 babies in France have been named Marian.

The given name is an uncommon baby name in England and Wales, even after 36 years of use, it could not make it big. There are over 291 babies that have been given the name Marian in England and Wales.

Marian is a rare baby name in Belgium and may not be used now since it isn't seen since 2004. However things change on global perspective, Marian is extremely popular in Romania where every 1 in 200 have the name as well as in Egypt.

Also the baby name is popular in Poland, Ghana, Sierra Leone, England, Philippines, Somalia, Nigeria, Germany, Slovakia, Canada, Zimbabwe, Czech Republic and Venezuela. According to our research, at least 850000 people have been bestowed Marian around the globe.

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Marian in Nordic countries

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What numbers say about Marian?

Use your influence and attractiveness to ‘force' people to do the right thing when necessary. You have a sharp focus and nothing slips your eye. You have a strong will to succeed and survive on your own. Escaping or ignoring your problems won't make them go away. You always give the best ideas at work but lack of ideas when it comes to your personal life. Travel more, work less and be more present at the moment.

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Famous people named Marian

  • Marian Anderson, American singer
  • Marian Chace, is one of the founders of modern dance therapy
  • Marian Albertovich Kowalski, Polish-Russian astronomer
  • Marian Wilkinson, Australian journalist and author
  • Marian Danysz, Polish physicist
  • Marian Petre Miluț, Romanian politician, engineer and businessman
  • Marian Langiewicz, Polish patriot notable as a military leader of the January Uprising
  • Marian Brandys, Polish writer and screenwriter
  • Marian Pabón, Puerto Rican actress
  • Marian Munteanu, former leader of the anti-government protests that took place in 1990
  • Marian Kukiel, Polish major general, historian
  • Marian Gieszczykiewicz, Polish physician, bacteriologist
  • Marian Tumler, Austrian theologian
  • Marian van de Wal, singer and businesswoman
  • Marian Green, British author
  • Marian McGennis, former Irish Fianna Fáil politician
  • Marian Babson, pseudonym of American mystery writer Ruth Stenstreem
  • Marian Peretyatkovich, Russian and Ukrainian architect
  • Marian Zacharski, Polish Intelligence officer arrested
  • Marian Heiss Price, Nebraska state senator from Lincoln
  • Marian Bell, {{cite news
  • Marian Spoida, Polish soccer player and later a coach
  • Marian Kretschmer, German comics artist and illustrator
  • Marian Pisarek, Polish fighter pilot, a flying ace of World War II
  • Marian Price, prominent Irish republican
  • Marian McQuade, founder of National Grandparents Day
  • Marian Băban, Romanian sprint canoer
  • Marian Mazur, Polish scientist
  • Marian Vanghelie, Romanian politician
  • Marian Dudziak, Polish sprinter who specialized in the 100 metres
  • Marian Foik, Polish athlete
  • Marian Woronin, retired Polish athlete
  • Marian Iwańciów, Polish painter
  • Marian Porwit, Polish military officer
  • Marian Iancu, Romanian businessman
  • Marian Filar, Polish concert pianist and virtuoso composer living
  • Marian Bowley, economist and historian of economic thought
  • Marian Radke-Yarrow, American child psychologist
  • Marian Sawa, Polish composer, organist, improviser
  • Marian Januszajtis-Żegota, Polish military commander and politician
  • Marian Kozlowski, Polish basketball administrator
  • Marian Weygers, American artist who specialized in printmaking
  • Marian Kamil Dziewanowski, historian of Poland, Russia and modern Europe
  • Marian Curyło, Polish politician
  • Marian Smoluchowski, Polish physicist
  • Marian Jaworski, Cardinal Priest and the former Archbishop of Lviv of the Latins
  • Marian Dawkins, British biologist and professor of ethology at the University of Oxford
  • Marian Engel, Canadian novelist and a founding member of the Writers' Union of Canada
  • Marian N. McLawhorn, Democratic member of the North Carolina General Assembly representing the state's ninth House district
  • Marian McPartland, English-American jazz pianist, composer and writer
  • Marian Harkin, Irish politician
  • Marian Wright Edelman, American activist for the rights of children
  • Marian Otis Chandler, secretary and a director of the Times-Mirror Company

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  2. Office for National Statistics,
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  4. Institut national de la statistique et des études économiques,
  5. Sociale Verzekeringsbank,
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