User comments for Marie (Usage Only)

A very common middle name for girls.
― Anonymous User  3/24/2005
It's the most popular first name for girls in Germany at the moment.
― Anonymous User  8/20/2005
In Sweden Marie is often paired with another name; Marie-Louise, Britt-Marie and Ann-Marie are three standard versions.
― Anonymous User  1/13/2006
Marie is one of the most popular names in Belgium.
― Anonymous User  1/18/2006
This name is often used as a middle name for boys as well in Catholic countries such as Belgium and Spain. Nearly every man in the Belgian royal family has this as one of his many middle names!
khaotickharma  11/29/2006
This is a very common middle name for girls.
Taydbug112  12/14/2006
It is one of the most popular middle names for girls out there, along with Ann and Elizabeth. It is not a very common first name for girls at all.
CharlieRob  5/9/2007
Marie is 18th place in the Top 100 in Czechia. It was borne by 787 little girls.
Maggie_Simpson  10/11/2007
This name is also used in Dutch and Limburgish, and in both languages, the pronunciation of the name is exactly the same as the German pronunciation.
Lucille  10/18/2008
Actually, I don't think that many young girls in the Czech republic favor their name "Marie" - it's usually considered a very old-fashioned name, because almost every child has a granny named "Marie". So, girls named "Marie" often go by nicknames: Mája ("Maa-ya"), Máňa ("Maa-nya"), or Mary (the english name). But, of course, not all of them.
Amaanael  8/10/2009
In France, Marie is often used as a hyphenated name, such as Marie-Ange, Marie-Anne, Marie-France, Marie-Jeanne, Marie-Rose, Marie-Claire and Marie-Hélène. Marie is also an anagram of _aimer_, which means _to like/love_ in French.
shotgun_wedding  3/12/2010
Marie is a very popular and traditional name in France. It was the most common name given to girls born in the 20th century. Although it is no longer ranked #1, it is still quite popular. Personally, I adore this name. It's nowhere near as common in the US, which makes it so unique and beautiful. I would seriously consider naming my daughter this =)
bonjour_mon_joli  8/25/2013
Marie was an extremely common name in France in the first half of the 1900s. It ranked at #1 in 1900, 1905, 1910, 1915, 1920, 1925, 1930, 1935, 1940, 1945, 1950, and 1955. It fell to #3 in 1960 (behind Catherine and Sylvie), #10 in 1965 and was off the charts by 1970; however, it had a brief comeback in the 1980s. It ranked at #7 in 1980, #4 in 1985 (behind Aurélie, Émilie and Julie), #5 in 1990 (behind Élodie, Laura, Julie and Marine), #2 in 1995 (behind Manon) and #6 in 2000 before falling out of the top 10 by 2005.
Quamalamalam  10/4/2015
It can also be used as a masculine middle name just like Maria. [noted -ed]
leoBeyene2002  12/24/2017

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