Star Of The Sea
Marian, Maryon And Maryonn., Marian, Maryon And Maryonn., Marian, Maryon And Maryonn, Margaret, Marian, Marie, Marien, Mary, Maryon, Maryonn, Margaret, Marian
Marion Bloch, Marion Helm, Marion Fabricius, Marion Oliver, Marion Stahl
The name Marion derives as an Old French variation of Marie or Mary meaning 'star of the sea.' Marion originated during the Middle Ages. However, the name later became a given name in its own right. Marion in Gaelic is Muireall meaning 'sea bright.' The name has also been utilized as a pet version of Margaret.
Marion's origin is French. The first name is taken from the French surname which is itself of the same etymology as the first name Marion. This derivation was probably first used in honor of the American Revolutionary War general FrancisMarion (1732-1795)
Marion Name also appears in following Origin(s): Hebrew, Hawaiian, French, Latin, French, Latin, Gaelic
Baby girl name meaning Bitter
Star Of The Sea in German. Marion also named in American, Australian, British, Chinese, Danish for girl . We have received lots of suggestion from our website users on baby names. We are thankful for all the contribution on meaning of girl name Marion. What does the name Marion mean in other origin if you know then please suggest. Further suggestion or detail on what is the meaning of name Marion. History of name and famous personality with Marion will help to update our database and other website users.
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