Marie (given name)

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Marie
Pronunciation French: [maʁi]
Czech: [ˈmarjɛ]
Origin
Language(s) Biblical Hebrew, via Syro-Aramaic, Greek, Latin
Other names
Related names Maria, Mary; Maryam

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 used to a lesser degree, as a borrowing from French, in Danish, English, German, Norwegian, and Swedish.

Compound names[edit]

Feminine[edit]

Female compound given names

Masculine[edit]

French Marie, just as Italian/Spanish Maria, is traditionally also used in masculine compound names.

People called Marie[edit]

People with the given name Marie:

People with the surname Marie:

Fictional characters[edit]

Fictional characters with the name Marie:

  • Marie (Onegai), an anime character
  • Marie Barone, a fictional character in the popular sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond
  • Marie Calvet, Megan Calvet Draper's mother in Mad Men
  • Marie, the lover of Meursault who is the main character in Albert Camus' novel The Stranger
  • Marie, the daughter of Duchess in the 1970 Disney animated feature The Aristocats
  • Marie, fictional supporting character in the long-running soap opera EastEnders
  • Marie, fictional character in the movie Paulie
  • Marie, fictional character in the Nadia: The Secret of Blue Water anime series
  • Marie, name attributed to fictional X-Men character Rogue in the films X-Men, X2: X-Men United, and X-Men: The Last Stand
  • Marie Parfacy, real name of the fictional character Soma Peries in the Gundam anime series, Mobile Suit Gundam 00
  • Ultrawoman Marie, better known as Mother of Ultra, from the Ultraman Series; true name revealed in the film Mega Monster Battle: Ultra Galaxy Legend
  • Marie Schrader, fictional character played by Betsy Brandt in the television series Breaking Bad. Sister-in-law to main character Walter White.
  • Marie Kanker, middle child of the Kanker sisters from Ed, Edd n Eddy.
  • Marie, the teenage occupant of the Velvet Room in Persona 4: The Golden.
  • Marie, the cousin of Callie in the video game Splatoon.
  • Marie Jones, a character from the Lifetime movie Reviving Ophelia played by Jane Kaczmarek

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