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The Latin name for Rosemary is Rosmarinus officinalis.
-- wiswina  12/3/2005
There's a horror film called "Rosemary's Baby."
-- breakofday  12/16/2005
My Mum's name is Rosemary. I quite like it. It sounds very elegant and sophisticated. Mostly it gets shortened to Ro though!
-- magiclozzachick  12/21/2005
It is Rowan's actual name in Rowan Hood.
-- lunalovegood  1/8/2006
Such a pretty, classic name.
-- Anonymous User  2/20/2006
"Love Grows (Where My Rosemary Goes)" was a popular song by by bubblegum pop "group" Edison Lighthouse (really session vocalist Tony Burrows, who also recorded under the names White Plains, the Pipkins, and the Brotherhood of Man). It reached number 5 on the US charts and number one in the UK in 1970.

Other songs that include the name Rosemary include "Rosemary" by The Grateful Dead and "Lily, Rosemary, and the Jack of Hearts" by Bob Dylan.
-- WeloveyouJesseLacey  6/25/2006
The meaning is very beautiful. I like this name!
-- Mab  7/18/2006
Rosemary has appeared on the top 1000 list since the 1880's. Its most popular year was 1940's where it ranked 91.
-- Anonymous User  9/25/2006
Anyone who read the novel Gone With the Wind (as opposed to seeing the film) might remember that Rosemary was the name of Rhett Butler's sister.
-- Marauder  12/7/2006
I'm amazed that nobody has mentioned Rosemary Clooney (1928-2002)! The famed singer and actress played a leading role in White Christmas (1954) and was the aunt of actor George Clooney.
-- gaelruadh19  1/1/2007
But it's a plant.
-- Anonymous User  2/24/2007
In the book the Giver Rosemary was the name of a twelve year old girl who killed herself.
-- tomboy  5/30/2007
It is an absolutely beautiful name!
-- Anonymous User  8/25/2007
The female lead in the musical "How to succeed in Business without really Trying" is named Rosemary. There is a love song in the show that revolves around her name. "Suddenly there is music at the sound of your name. Rosemary!"
-- jazzbunnie  10/11/2007
In the song "Scarborough Fair" there is a recurring line saying "Parsley, sage, ROSEMARY, and thyme". I love the song and I love the name.
-- Mel_13  1/2/2008
Yes, Rosemary IS an herb, but also a very beautiful name that belongs to my mother and myself. And I am very proud of it. I've never been 'embarrassed' by my name or wanted to change it because I didn't like it like other people have. I think it is beautiful.
-- Anonymous User  1/31/2008
Rosemary is such a sweet name, but one you can also grow up with. I love it!
-- pennycarroll  2/24/2008
Rosemary is, in my opinion, the most rabbity name out there. If I had a pet rabbit and it was a doe, I'd definitely name her Rosemary. I have an unusual fascination with this name, but I can't say exactly why.
-- Pippin  3/16/2008
It's one of the few name combo names that sound pretty, but it sounds old-fashioned, and it makes me think of a morbidly obese woman in a floral dress.
-- slight night shiver  5/5/2008
Love this name. Beautiful.
-- mary26  7/19/2008
I love this name, it may be a plant but it sounds so nice. Rose is a beautiful name and I love Mary, when the child is young she may pick to be Rose and then maybe Mary but when she's older she'll call herself Rosemary. I love it! ;)
-- marythenamefairy  9/27/2008
So what if it's a plant? Why not just say the same about Holly and Heather, if you haven't already? That was a very petty thing to say.
-- Hushpuppy  12/11/2008
I love this name. It has such a pretty ring to it.
-- kool_babe14  5/13/2009
So dark and elegant name. Awesome!
-- Ravynne  8/18/2009
Though I don't like Rose or Mary on its own, Rosemary is a sort of ambrosial name. Romy is a nice nickname for it.
-- Kerules  10/1/2009
It can suit a little girl, a teenager, a 30 year old woman, and an old lady.
-- Anonymous User  12/5/2009
Rosemary Boxer is a fictional character from the ITV murder mystery series Rosemary and Thyme, played by British actress Felicity Kendall. :)
-- walesgal92  4/1/2010
I know a woman whose name is Rosemary. She said that her siblings called her "Ro" when they were kids. It's a pretty name, and a cool nickname.
-- Anonymous User  5/30/2010
There's a song called "Rosemary's Granddaughter". I love this name. It's so pretty.
-- --allison--  7/5/2010
This was my grandmother's name. I really do like it. "Rose" by itself seems pretty to me but lacking in depth. Rosemary provides a more unique name without sounding strange. A whole host of nicknames could come from it, or she could just go by Rosemary. I would consider naming my future child this.
-- Kaloleina  7/7/2010
I find this name stunning and the herb is a good herb too. The herb is actually considered a Christian herb for those who didn't know.
-- Anonymous User  7/30/2010
In The Language of Flowers Rosemary means "Remembrance".
-- Antique_Cherub  8/30/2010
Love it. So much more pretty that plain old Rose.
-- Chrila96  12/22/2010
I think of Rosemary from The Giver when I hear this name. I also think of local missions (California) with the crosses and stained glass everywhere and how pretty they are. I really like this name; it sounds classic.
-- Meapergirl  10/22/2011
Well, this is weird. I'm not entirely sure what the listed pronunciation means... It looks like Rose-Marie. Marie being mÉ™-REE (at least where I'm from) and Mary being MER-ee, it seems like this name should have two places of emphasis or something like that. I've always pronounced Rosemary, ROZ MER-ee. Like Rose Mary, but without a pause.
-- Meapergirl  10/22/2011
It's pronounced ROZ-mer-ee.
-- Wouldnt_it_be_nice  3/29/2012
Rosemary Beresford is a former American figure skater.
-- Anonymous User  8/5/2012
The listed pronunciation is basically ROSE-Mary. The upside down e is a long a, like in air or Mary. This name is absolutely beautiful, as are nearly all the ros- names :) theres quite a few nicknames too, like ro, rose, Rosie, or Mary. I like it as Rosemary or Rose with the middle name Mary, or even Rose-Mary. Whatever floats your boat =P I just really wish this name would become more popular along with the other ros- names!
-- Anonymous User  6/18/2013
While not exactly a bearer per se, there is a Polish folk song entitled "O Moj Rozmarynie" (accent marks missing) which translates to "Oh My Rosemary". It's a beautiful song even without knowing what it means, and it becomes even more so if one finds a translation of the lyrics.
-- TomMH2  10/7/2013

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