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The name Marybeth was only given to 15 girls born in the US in 2015.
HerculePoirot  6/15/2016
I love this name, but I prefer it Mary Beth. Maybe Beth could be short for Elizabeth.
― Anonymous User  2/27/2016
My name is actually Marybeth, not short for anything, and I like how my name was more popular in the 1900's.
mb2259  11/10/2015
My name is Mary Elizabeth. I was named after my 2 grandmothers so I needed to keep both names I guess. Everyone calls me Mary-Beth, I added the hyphen myself so maybe people wouldn't feel the need to shorten it to Mary. Lol.
MaryBethMann  7/26/2015
This name is too common where I live. I think it's more of a Southern name. And I don't really like it, honestly. I think Annabeth sounds prettier.
Dawson  1/25/2011
This name is pretty enough, I suppose, although there are so many consonants! It's good short for Mary Elisabeth, I guess.
I prefer my creation Marabeth, pronounced "mahr-ah-BETH"
DaphneSusan  11/22/2010
I know a very nice girl named Maryelisabeth who goes by this name. The full name may sound pretentious to some, but if you knew her you'd know she's anything but pretentious. I like Marybeth both as a standalone name and as a nickname for Maryelisabeth.
― Anonymous User  1/28/2009
I much prefer the spelling Meribeth, only because -to me- MaryBeth seems a little too much like Mary Elizabeth, but I like this name no matter how you spell it. It has a very sweet and classy edge to it. But I have met around 7 Meribeths (or MaryBeths if you'd prefer), so I think the name is getting slightly popular, but I still think I might use it if I ever have another child. Although, I'm not sure what kind of middle name I would give her.
Patricia Underwood  2/17/2008
My daughter is named "Maribeth", and I've had so many people tell me how pretty and unique it is spelled that way. We like to pronounce it with the short "i" sound, but most people still say the "ee" sound. So far, she loves her name.
my2miracles  12/19/2006
This name is often times spelled MARIBETH rather than MARYBETH.
AndrewJKD  5/18/2005

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