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Contraction of MARIA with ANA. MARIA means bitter and ANA means GRACEFUL.
-- mariann  8/21/2005
Mariana was one of Shakespeare's favorite names--he used it in more than one of his plays.
-- tmarie  12/2/2005
Mariana is the subject of a poem by Alfred Lord Tennyson and pre-Raphelite paintings based on the poem.

"She only said, 'The night is dreary,
He cometh not, ' she said;
She said, 'I am aweary, aweary,
I would that I were dead!' "
-- watermia  4/18/2006
Makes me think of marijuana.
-- esma  9/11/2006
Don't like it. Too common and trashy.
-- Anonymous User  11/20/2007
Not quite "people" related, but the Mariana Trench is the deepest location on the surface of the Earth's crust, and is located in the western North Pacific Ocean.
-- Calanthe  8/27/2008
Actor Boleslav Polívka and Marcela Černá have a daughter Mariana Polívková (b. 2007). She measured 50 centimeters and she weighed 3.48 kilograms at the birth.
-- Emilie007  11/24/2008
I really like this name, it sounds very sweet and innocent. I have a best friend named Mariana, and she is sweet and innocent as her name sounds.
-- Anonymous User  11/17/2009
Pronounced [muh-ree-UH-nuh] or [muh-RYUH-nuh] in Portuguese. In Portugal it's very common among young girls.
-- SugarPlumFairy  4/15/2010
I think it's beautiful.
-- Cobweb  7/12/2010
I love this name, I think it's so graceful. Both of my closest friends are named Mariana, and I love saying this name. It's also a baroque city in Brazil.
-- maryy.ia  9/19/2010
Mariana (1736-1813) was the daughter of King Jose I of Portugal and his wife Mariana of Spain, another Mariana.
-- CarolinW  7/18/2012
Mariana (1768-1788) was the daughter of Queen Maria I of Portugal and her husband Pedro.
-- CarolinW  7/22/2012
My name is Mariana. Honestly I have never liked it because growing up and living in Illinois people who are not of Latino origin have had a hard time with spelling and pronunciation. However everyone around me seems to really like it... I always get compliments. In Spanish, I see why my parents liked it and I like it much better pronounced correctly (Mah-Ri-Ahna) and I also like the nickname Mari my grandmother gave me. If you encourage your child to be proud of her name and its pronunciation, I see no reason as to why it would be a problem.
-- Mari_posa  8/9/2012
It's my name and I don´t like it. It was one of the most common names in Brazil in the 1980´s. If you´re walking along the streets and someone shouts "Mariana" 6 or more girls turn around thinking they are being called. In my first year at university there were 3 Marianas in my class. We were called by our surnames to avoid confusion.
My mother named me Mariana because she thinks it´s a sweet name. She wanted to name me Rebecca but my father doesn´t like it, so they agreed on Mariana.

Commom nicknames: Mari, Naná.
-- Anonymous User  12/16/2012
My best friends name is Mariana. It's actually a Spanish name. I think it's an okay name, but she really suits the name. Everyone one says her name as Maryanna, when it's really said as Mari- on- a.
-- Anonymous User  1/11/2014

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