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Marielle Hadid.
One of the main characters in the novel Hard in Hightown from the Dragon Age video games is Lady Marielle Dunwald. She's a bard (spy) and the love interest of Donnen, the main character; she's also implied to be inspired by a female Hawke, the protagonist of Dragon Age II. The novel was written in-universe by one of the main characters of the series, Varric Tethras, and it was published in real life in 2018, written by Mary Kirby.
I don't know why, but this name sounds kind of country and like a cow's name to me. It does sound pretty though.
I prefer Mariel.
Marielle Franco (1979-2018) was a Brazilian politician, feminist, and human rights activist. She was born in a favela and after earning a master's degree in public administration from the Fluminense Federal University, she served as a city councilor of the Municipal Chamber of Rio de Janeiro for the Socialism and Liberty Party (PSOL) from January 2017 until her death. She was bisexual with a fiancée named Monica and she had a child in young age from a previous relationship. She was killed in a car after delivering a speech, Franco and her driver were shot multiple times and killed by two murderers in another vehicle. In March 2019, two former police officers were arrested and charged with the murder of Marielle Franco.
In France, met a girl there named Marielle... Beautiful name suited for a beautiful girl. It has that delicate feminine association to that of lavender fields in bloom. Beautiful!
Very beautiful and rare.
Writer/director Marielle Heller (b. 1979), known for her directorial debut The Diary of a Teenage Girl.
My name is Marielle. Most people call me Mari or Lucky. I don't know why.
The name Marielle was given to 105 baby girls born in the US in 2012.
I have never met anyone with the name Marielle, save for my sister. When I think of Marielle, I think of a pretty girl, who is polite and nice. Basically the opposite of my sister. But my family calls my sister Mari.
I've seen Marielle spelled Maryelle, but the only time I saw it spelled that way was in the book called MARYELLE by Linda Ford.

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