Marline name meaning

Updated: May 30th, 2024
Gender: Unisex, both Boy and Girl
Origin: Hebrew, Germanic and Old Norse
Usage: English, English, Swedish, Danish, Norwegian and Finnish
Pronunciation: m(a)-rli-ne
Meaning: From the High Tower, Variant of Madeline Woman from Magdala and Sea
Add to favorites

What does Marline mean?

Used commonly in English, Finnish, Danish, Norwegian and Swedish unexpected, Marline is originated from Germanic, Hebrew and Old Norse and a gender-neutral name, Marline means "From the High Tower, Variant of Marlene or Sea".

Marline is variant form of noteworthy Marlene. Marlene is a version of perennial, biblical and predominant Magdalena. Also Marlene is a variant spelling of MARI;LEN. Odd German, Germanic and Hebrew Marlene, meaning of Marlene is "From the High Tower, Magdalena and Star of the Sea".

Marline is variant of durable and widespread Merlin. Merlin means Sea Hill and Seahill Fort is rooted from English, Welsh and German is used in English and German. The name is celebrated on August 15.

How do I pronounce Marline?

Three syllabled Marline is most commonly pronounced as m(a)-rli-ne. mar-line is another way(s) to say the name.

Variants of Marline

Marliene, Marlene, Merlin, Magdalena, Marilena, Marla, Marna, Myrddin, Marlin, Marlina, Alene, Madalene, Anna-Lena, Marilene, Marilyn, Marli, Mary, Manna, Marni, Mervyn, Marlyin, Marcus, Marlyna

Names that rhyme with Marline

How popular is the name Marline?

Marline is a unique baby name in United States, it has been in use since 1915 and was able to reach the top 2000 names. In 1935, it ranked 1118th when 39 girls were named Marline.

There are over 1524 babies that have been given the name Marline in United States. Marline is an uncommon baby name in France, although it has been in use since 1932 but could not make beyond the top 800.

Over 278 babies in France have been named Marline.

Marline is a common name in Egypt, Haiti and DR Congo while somewhat familiar name in Philippines, Indonesia, Kenya, Brazil, Liberia, Gabon, Jamaica, Cameroon, Nigeria, Netherlands, Peru, South Africa and Canada.

According to our evaluation, over 10000 babies have been named Marline globally.

View more ▾View full list ▾[1] Source: Social Security Administration


Marline in Nordic countries

First NameSecondary NameFirst NameSecondary Name

What numbers say about Marline?

It takes a long time for someone to gain a special place in your heart. You are an adventurer who follows his intuition. You hate being closely observed and have all eyes on you because of your low self-esteem. Sometimes, your intuition is the reason why you made so mistakes in your life. You neglect your own issues and helping other is more important to you. You remind people that life is for you to live it, and not survive, something many do these days.

Looking for a name like Marline? Please go through the following names

  •  Ely - Unfading and Prominent Ely is used mainly in Norwegian and Finnish, Ely means "Elevation, The Lord will Help or Form of Eli" used for both boys and girls has its origin in Hebrew
  •  Ivanna - Meaning of Ivanna is Yahweh is Gracious or God is Merciful is primarily used in Danish, Norwegian and Finnish is a baby girl name is originated from Hebrew
  •  Gionnah - Girl name Gionnah came from Italian, meaning of Gionnah is "The Dove". Gionnah is resulted from Giona.
  •  Davie - Meaning of Davie is Beloved, Diminutive of David or Variant of David Beloved is a unisex name, predominantly used in Swedish, Finnish and Danish is of English and Scottish origin
  •  Maï is originated from Hebrew is particulary used in Breton, Maï means "Princess of the Sea or Bitterness" is used as a girl name
View more names similar to Marline

Middle names for Marline

Complement Marline with any of the favorite and familiar middle names assembled below.

View more middle names that goes with Marline.

Famous people named Marline

  • Marline Yan in Trigger as Actress


  1. Social Security Administration,
  2. Institut national de la statistique et des études économiques,
Share your opinion on Marline
Enter Code: captcha