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Gender: F Meaning of Marina: "from the sea" Origin of Marina: Latin Marina's Popularity in 2013: #600

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This pretty sea-born name was used to dramatic effect by Shakespeare in his play Pericles for the virtuous princess who says she is "Call'd Marina, for I was born at sea."

Marina was an epithet of Venus, and there were more than one saint of that name. It was used in Britain from as early as the fourteenth century.

Although it reached as high as Number 219 in 1994, Marina never had the trendy feel of cousins Melissa and Marissa. It's now very popular in Spain--just outside the Top 25.

A prominent current bearer is Marina Abramovic, widely publicized New York-based Serbian performance artist.It was the name chosen for his daughter, Marina Pearl, by Matt LeBlanc.

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Famous People Named Marina

Marina, birth name of Greek-American porn star Sasha Grey
Marina Lambrini Diamandis, Welsh singer (b. 1985)--of Marina and the Diamonds
Marina Pearl LeBlanc(b. 2004), daughter of Matt LeBlanc
Marina Oswald Porter, widow of Lee Harvey Oswald
Marina Keegan, author of famous essays and short story collection
Marina Sirtis, British-American actress
Marina Tucakovic, Serbian songwriter
Marina Viskovic, Serbian singer
Marina Zivkovic, Serbian singer
Lady Marina Windsor, daughter of Earl of St Andrews
Princess Marina of Greece & Denmark, married to the Duke of Kent

Pop Culture References for the Name Marina

Marina, Eurasian mistress to Exodus character Bruce Sutherland
Marina, character from Shakespeare's "Pericles"
Marina Conway, character in the movie "Blowing Wind"
Marina Ferrer, character on the TV show "The L Word"
Marina Lemke, from the movie "The Butcher's Wife"
Marina Rudd, character in the movie "The Mirror Crack'd"
Marina Morrison, character from Ena Lamont Stewart's play "Men Should Weep"

Mareena, Mareina, Marena, Marenka, Marinae, Marinah, Marinda, Marindi, Marinell, Marinka, Marinna, Marne, Marnetta, Marnette, Marni, Marnie, Marrina, Maryna, Merina, Mirena

Marina's International Variations

Marine (French) Marinochka (Russian) Mariná (Slavic) Marna, Mareeba (Swedish)