Given Name MOREEN

GENDER: Feminine
USAGE: Irish, English
PRONOUNCED: maw-REEN, MAWR-een   [details]

Meaning & History

Anglicized form of MÓIRÍN. It is sometimes used as a variant of MAUREEN.
VARIANTS: Móirín (Irish), Maureen, Maurine, Maurene (English)
DIMINUTIVES: Mo, Reenie (English)
OTHER LANGUAGES/CULTURES: Mariam, Maryam (Arabic), Mariam (Armenian), Maria, Miren (Basque), Maryia (Belarusian), Mary, Miriam (Biblical), Maria, Mariam (Biblical Greek), Miriam (Biblical Hebrew), Maria (Biblical Latin), Mari (Breton), Maria, Mariya (Bulgarian), Maria (Catalan), Maria (Corsican), Marija (Croatian), Marie (Czech), Mari, Maria, Marie (Danish), Maria, Marja, Marjo, Mirjam (Dutch), Maarja, Mari, Mirjam (Estonian), Maria (Faroese), Maaria, Maria, Marja, Marjaana, Marjo, Mirjam, Mirjami (Finnish), Marie, Myriam (French), Maria (Frisian), María (Galician), Mariam, Mariami, Meri (Georgian), Maria, Marie, Miriam, Mirjam (German), Maria (Greek), Malia, Mele (Hawaiian), Miriam (Hebrew), Mária, Mara (Hungarian), María (Icelandic), Maria (Italian), Marija (Latvian), Marija (Lithuanian), Marija (Macedonian), Moirrey, Voirrey (Manx), Mere (Maori), Mari, Maria, Marie (Norwegian), Maria (Occitan), Maryam (Persian), Maria (Polish), Maria (Portuguese), Maria (Romanian), Maria, Mariya, Marya (Russian), Márjá (Sami), Maria (Sardinian), Màiri, Maura, Moira, Mór, Morag, Moyra (Scottish), Marija (Serbian), Mária (Slovak), Marija, Mirjam (Slovene), María (Spanish), Mari, Maria, Marie (Swedish), Meryem (Turkish), Maria, Mariya (Ukrainian), Meryem (Uyghur), Mair, Mairwen, Mari (Welsh)