Maurine name meaning

✍  Updated on: March 5th, 2023
Gender: Girl
Origin: Latin and Celtic
Usage: English, French, Swedish, Danish and Finnish
Pronunciation: ma(u)-ri-ne
Meaning: Bitter, Rebellion, Wished for Child, The One from Mauritania, The Moor and Moorish
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What does Maurine mean?

Used specifically in Danish, French, Finnish, English and Swedish long standing and renowned, Maurine is rooted from Celtic and Latin, Maurine means "Bitter, Rebellion, Wished for Child, The One from Mauritania, The Moor or Moorish" is used for baby girls.

Maurine is version of desirable Maura. Maura is version of dominant, biblical and unfading Mary. Also Maura is a variation of evergreen, darling and biblical Maureen. Maura is also a variant of biblical and widespread Moira.

Maura is an effeminate variation of Mauro. Also Maura is effeminate variant of Moritz. Maura is also feminine form of Maurus. Maura is form of Maria in Irish language. Noteworthy and Ever lasting Maura's origin is Celtic and Latin, meaning of Maura is "Dark-skinned and Beloved".

Maurine is form of Maureen in English language.

Is Maurine a pleasant name for a baby?

Maurine is certainly a beautiful and pleasant name for a baby girl, and its Latin origin of "Star of the Sea" also adds to its beauty.

The combination of the two words evokes images of starlight reflecting off the ocean's surface, making it an enchanting choice. The name is sure to bring joy to a little girl's life, as it is highly unique yet gentle and feminine in sound.

Maurine also has strong historical roots, creating an even more meaningful connection to its bearer.

How do I pronounce Maurine?

Three syllabled Maurine is pronounced as ma(u)-ri-ne.

Variants of Maurine

Maureene, Maura, Mary, Maureen, Moira, Maria, Maurane, Mariam, Mariamne, Mirjam, Máirín, Mairin, Moreen

Names that rhyme with Maurine

How popular is the name Maurine?

In United States, Maurine was once a common name since emerging in 1890 it has been given to over 8939 babies. When at its peak in 1913,. After 108 years of usage, the name has fallen out of the charts.

Additionally, the moniker has been in Also, A common name in France having over 2604 recievers in 43 years of usage. Currently the moniker is on a rise, in 1997, 238 girls were bestowed the name and it was ranked at 223rd position.

In Belgium, Maurine is a familiar name where it has been in use since 1995 and has secured the place in top 300 names. In 1997, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 216 on girl names chart when 53 babies were given the name Maurine.

Over 456 babies in Belgium have been named Maurine. But Maurine is a popular baby name in Kenya where every 1 in 2000 have the name as well as in, Uganda and Ghana.

According to our evaluation, over 70000 babies have been named Maurine globally.

YearRankBirths
2010169655
2005129997
2004127527
2002111028
1998124246
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What numbers say about Maurine?

You have trust issues and anger management problem that you seem to be handling pretty well. You are a humanitarian with a higher purpose in life. And that is to help others. You should avoid treating other people like you are better than them. What fulfills your soul is your professional success. You are full of dignity, charm, and have a lot of admirers because of your openness and kind nature.

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Famous people named Maurine

  • Maurine Dallas Watkins, American journalist and playwright
  • Maurine Karagianis, Canadian politician
  • Maurine Neuberger, American politician
  • Maurine Dawson in The Mummy and the Curse of the Jackals as Actress
  • Maurine Powers, from 1921 drama film Why Girls Leave Home, who portrayed the Madeline Wallace.

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