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Gender: F Meaning of Marie: "bitter" Origin of Marie: French variation of Mary, Hebrew Marie's Popularity in 2013: #573

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Marie sounds more dated than either Mary or Maria, though it once rivaled both. Even its days as a widely-used middle name have passed. The freshest way to use Marie today may be as the first part of a traditional French double name: Marie-Christine, Marie-Claude, and so on.

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Famous People Named Marie

Marie Curie, scientist, winner of the Nobel Prize in Physics
Marie Osmond, American singer
Marie Antoinette, queen of France
Princess Marie of Denmark
Honor Marie, daughter of actress Jessica Alba and Cash Warren
Danielle Yvonne Marie Antoinette Darrieux, French actress
Marie, Princess Michael of Kent
Marie Catherine Laveau, New Orleanian Voodoo practictioner
Marie Lu, Chinese-American novelist
Marie Byrd, wife of American Antarctic explorer Richard E. Byrd
Marie de' Medici, queen consort of France and Navarre
Marie-Eve Pelletier, Canadian tennis player

Pop Culture References for the Name Marie

Marie Callender's, restaurant and frozen food
Marie Stahlbaum, heroine of "The Nutcracker and the Mouse King"
Marie, little white kitten in Disney's "The Aristocats"
Marie Barone, character on TV's "Everybody Loves Raymond"
Marie Claire, women's magazine
Marie Schrader, character on TV series "Breaking Bad"
Marie, character in manga/anime "Soul Eater"
Marie Laveau, character in "American Horror Story: Coven"
Marie Idaho, character in video game "The Sims 3" Moonlight Bay
Celeste Marie Helene Dubois, witch in TV's "The Originals"
"Oh Marie," song by Sheryl Crow
"Marie Christine," song by Gordon Lightfoot

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