Kanaya Maryam from homestuck….
With 1 832 926 bearers, Maryam is the 5th most common feminine given name in Iran (2014 Data).Source:
Absolutely awful spelling of an already not so great name.
Maryam Amid-Semnani (Persian: مریم عمید سمنانی‎) was an Iranian intellectual and journalist active during the early 20th century. In Iran, she is remembered for founding Shokufeh, an influential women's magazine. She also established the Iranian Women's Society, which reportedly had 5,000 members at the peak of its popularity.
I think Maryam is a beautiful name.
Issa ibn Maryam is what Jesus is sometimes called in Arabic. As Jesus has no father in Christianity, and usually it is son of their father, for example, "Mohammad bin Salman", his name is "Jesus son of Mary".
Maryam is a wonderful name. In fact, I would say it's the best name in the world. And people named Maryam are awesome.
Also widely used in the Bashkir (Мәрйәм) and Tatar (Мәрьям) languages. [noted -ed]
A Pakistani friend of mine pronounces it "MUHR-e-um."
Maryam Namazie is an Iranian secularist and human rights activist, commentator and broadcaster. She is the spokesperson for Iran Solidarity, One Law for All and the Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain.
Kanaya Maryam is a character in the webcomic Homestuck.
Spelled Märyäm.
It is one of the lovely names in Muslim which each Muslim adores...
My best friend's name is Marium... she is amazing..
It was the name of prophet Isa Messieh's mother in the history of Islam.
I have a friend named Maryam who is half Egyptian and half Filipino. She said the name is actually supposed to be pronounced MAHR-yom, but since everyone pronounced it MAYR-ree-um, she just stuck with that.
There was a very nice and smart girl in my high school named Marriam. I believe it was a variation on this name because she hailed from Pakistan. She pronounced it like "Maryanne" but with an "m" at the end.
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I love this, I like the extra 'bite' the final 'm' gives the name. A sweet and unusual form of Mary, less 'stuffy' than Miriam (although Miriam is also pretty). I say it as "MAH-ree-am", don't know if that's right.

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