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This name means "pleasant wood" because it comes from the myrrh bush. When cut, the tears of the myrrh bush are the essential ingredient for the most fragrant perfume and have healing qualities.
-- Anonymous User  12/20/2004
Marley means many things in a lot of different languages, for instance in Croatian it means little boy and in another language it means beautiful flower. Personally I think it is the most awesome name ever.
-- marleymaree  6/26/2005
I think Marley is a great name. My daughter's brother is called Marley. He is named after the great singer BOB MARLEY because her dad likes Bob Marley.
-- Anonymous User  8/10/2005
Angelina Jolie's daughter is Zahara Marley.
-- KtB_DoReMi  1/16/2006
Marley is an awesome name. The only people I have known with this name have been female.
-- Anonymous User  7/13/2006
Marley is an awesome name for a girl, very unique and easy to grow up with.
-- Anonymous User  7/20/2006
My boy cousin was named Marley Lucas. Marley after Bob Marley and Lucas after Cabo San Lucas where they live. I don't know any girls as Marley.
-- Anonymous User  8/4/2006
Marley Shelton is an actress. She's been in movies like Pleasantville, Never Been Kissed, and Sin City.
-- innamorato87  12/11/2006
The second thing that I think of, after Bob Marley, is Jacob Marley, Ebenezer Scrooge's business partner. I still really like the name though!
-- khaotickharma  12/27/2006
Can also be short for Marlene.
-- CharlieRob  9/8/2007
Marley is the name of Will Smith's character's daughter in the film "I Am Legend". He is a huge Bob Marley fan.
-- Isla  1/5/2008
I love this name as a first name for a guy, because I think of Bob Marley.
-- blahthink  1/15/2008
All I can think of is barley soup!
-- BLR  4/7/2008
I think this name sounds ugly on a girl. It's okay on a boy.
-- number1212  6/5/2008
I think it sounds better for a girl, but I can see a boy named Marley.
-- caity-bear915  6/14/2008
Because of the book, Marley and Me, and because I personally know THREE dogs named Marley, I simply cannot imagine a person with this name!
-- Reina Vered  6/19/2008
Marley actually strikes me as more of a male name than a female name, though it's still rather androgynous. I do like it though, rare since I can't stand most androgynous names. I feel that for boys it has a playful feeling while for girls it has a generally happy feeling.
-- Kat-Reverie  7/17/2008
My name is Marley. I like it, but I've been teased recently about the "Marley & Me" movie, and I always get Bob Marley comments, but people seem to do that in a positive way.
-- lenaxo  1/10/2009
My name is this and I have always been teased by the Marley and Me movie and Miley Cyrus. I really like this name though. I really am proud my parents named me this! LOL.
-- Anonymous User  4/23/2009
I have a dog named Marley. He's a golden retriever. So now, when we tell people his name, they always say, "Like Marley & Me?" No. We got him in 2001, long before the book came out. As a matter of fact, we named him after Bob Marley, one of the greatest musicians ever.
-- MtotheK  6/17/2009
I really like this name for a little girl. It's very pretty and I would be proud of it if it was my name. (:
-- deeannuhh  8/20/2009
This can also be used as a short form of the names Marlon, Marlin, Marla, Marlene etc.
-- renee06  11/16/2009
No offence to those who like this name, but I don't agree with you; I keep on mentally associating it with Jacob Marley of Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol", so I can't picture this as a girl's name.
On another note, the name seems rather unassuming to me and hence might bring to mind someone who is silent... I don't know, that's just my impression. The name won't stand out, and that property has its own pros and cons.
-- seraphine_eternal  10/15/2010
I love this name I would use it for a girl, but boy wouldn't be awful either. For a boy I'd spell it Marley but for a girl I might spell it Marleigh or Marlee.
-- Anonymous User  11/12/2011
My name is Marleigh. And love my name, I am a girl and I think it is wonderful.
-- Anonymous User  12/5/2011
Okay, if I use the names Jake or Liam for my pet does that means everyone in the world can't use it? Like we use pet name on people all the time and people might forget the association because one of the characters, Marley Rose is getting popular.
-- 555jazzy  6/26/2013
Though more common for males in the UK, the name Marley is more often found on baby girls in the US. It was given to 188 baby boys here in 2012. I personally prefer it for a boy.
-- Oohvintage  7/19/2013
I love the name Marley. And no, I'm not naming my daughter Marley because of the dog. I'm naming her that because of the Jamacian singer 'Bob Marley'. I wasn't a huge fan of him, but his music brought peace and love. And I think Marley sounds very exotic. I would name her Marley Alexandra. My childhood best friend's name is Alexandra or Alex. I'm sure she would be honored. But I think Marley is a beautiful name with a innocent meaning behind it.
-- littlered82  7/23/2013
Marley the dog was named after Bob Marley. Just thought that was worth saying.
-- Eievie  12/12/2013
My 9 yr old daughter Carly has expressed her wishes as to what her baby sister will be named, one of the names she chose was Marly (though we will probably spell it Marleigh as my sister's middle name is Leigh) and she likes Rosie too (we agreed that Rose could be a middle name). As of now, our baby girl will be named Marleigh Rose and it has nothing to do with Bob Marley or the Glee character. Carly has waited a long time for a sibling and the least we could do was to allow her to help name her baby sister.
-- Anonymous User  5/22/2014
We named our daughter Marley Jo. I think it is so cute and everyone else seems to really like it. Has an old feel but with a modern touch. And yes, of course we are huge Bob Marley fans :0.
-- maxonmama  6/16/2014
I can't hear this name without thinking, "Marley was dead, to begin with."
-- Anonymous User  9/2/2014
This name is so cute and sweet! ^^
-- LoveHeartKawaii  9/7/2014

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