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I really like the Italian form of this name, Annamaria.
-- Anonymous User  9/7/2005
I personally don't like it all that much. The name means nothing. I have it as a name.
-- Anonymous User  9/13/2005
... "this name means nothing"? Look at the constituent parts and you get the meaning. (If you're talking about de-lexicalisation, that's another phenomenon that's pretty much hit every American/European name, save for newer ones that are derived directly from lexical words in current usage.)

Between this name and "Annamaria" or "Anne-Marie" or other variants, I must admit I like this one the best. Then again, my opinion's most likely influenced by the fact that I have a good friend who bears it, and I see her zest for life popping out of the vowel combination (primarily through its interaction with the consonants around it) to pleasantly surprise me every time.
-- seraphine_eternal  5/25/2012
In Denmark Annemarie is more used as Anne-Marie but it is pronounced the same way.
-- Charlie1977  10/27/2005
I think this is one of the most beautiful names I have ever heard. My mother bestowed this name upon me and I could not think of a more regal, sophisticated, tastefully traditional name. At a time when Britneys, Ashleys, and Lindseys were running rampant, I am glad I was given a more meaningful and unique name.
-- Anonymous User  12/25/2005
Ducth pronunciation is ah-nuh-mah-REE.
-- X-Mar  2/18/2006
It's a lovely name. I prefer Anne-Marie to the way Annemarie runs together.
-- Anonymous User  3/27/2006
It's not really a name, just 2 common middle names stuck together.
-- FairyGirl  7/1/2006
German pronunciation: AWN-nuh-mah-ree.
-- JHK  9/2/2006
In Denmark, it's pronounced AHN-uh-mah-ree-uh.
-- Anonymous User  9/2/2006
I don't like Annemarie very much, I think Anna-Maria is far prettier.
-- Anonymous User  11/10/2006
Annemarie was the name of the little orphaned heroine in the animated feature "All Dogs Go to Heaven."
-- GasolineAllie  11/29/2006
Of course Annemarie is a name. Anne-Marie is the name of Queen Margrethe II's second little sister, Queen Anne-Marie. The other one is Princess Benedikte.
-- elliebeth  1/13/2007
Annemarie is the name of the main character in Lois Lowry's book "Number the Stars."
-- Aurelie  2/4/2007
This name is also used in Limburgish. The pronunciation in Limburgish can be both ahn-nuh-mah-REE and ahn-mah-REE.
-- Lucille  10/18/2008
The Dutch pronunciation for Annemarie is: ahn-nə-mah-REE. [noted -ed]

Annemarie is also used in Limburgish, and there are *two* possible ways to pronounce this name in Limburgish. The first way is exactly the same as the Dutch pronunciation that I just mentioned above. The second way resembles the way a French person would pronounce it: ahn-mah-REE.
-- Lucille  5/28/2010
So pretty! But I pronounce it like Anne Marie, not Ann-neh Marie, that's Annamarie.
-- Oohvintage  1/27/2013
The name Annemarie was given to 78 baby girls born in the US in 2012.
-- Oohvintage  7/18/2013
There was an Annemarie in When You Reach Me (2009) by Rebecca Stead.
-- Quamalamalam  2/8/2014
This is a nice enough name. It's a little bland, but it sounds really pretty too.
-- kvpp88  6/29/2014

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