Marie (given name)

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Marie
PronunciationFrench: [maʁi]
Czech: [ˈmarɪjɛ]
Origin
Language(s)Biblical Hebrew, via Syro-Aramaic, Greek, Latin
Other names
Related namesMaia, Maria, Mary, Mariah

Marie is the French form of Mary, directly derived from Latin Maria.

It is also the standard form of the name in Czech, and is also used, either as a variant of Mary or Maria or a borrowing from French, in Danish, English, German, Norwegian, and Swedish.

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Masculine[edit]

French Marie, just as Italian/Spanish Maria, is traditionally also used in masculine compound names or more rarely as a middle name, especially in catholic families.

People with the name Marie[edit]

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