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Meaning of the Name Maris

The first name Maris is of Greek, Latin origin. It is often a girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

Greek: Of the Sea
Latin: Of the Sea. Variant of Marie and Mary

Similar Names

Marc | Marcas | March | Marci | Marcio | Marcius | Marco | Marcos | Marcus | Marek |

Related Names

Amaris  (Spanish)
Child of the Moon. The Astrological Name for Cancer
Amaris  (Hebrew)
Given by God
Amaris  (Hebrew)
Promised by God
Amarisa  (Hebrew)
Given by God
Amarise  (Hebrew)
Given by God
Amarissa  (Spanish)
Derived from Amaris, Child of the Moon, the Astrological Name for Cancer
Amarissa  (Hebrew)
Given by God
Aroer  (Biblical)
Heath, Tamarisk
Aroer  (Biblical)
Heath, Tamarisk
Damara  (Latin)
Gentle. Famous Bearer: Biblical Damaris Was the Educated Woman Who Heard Paul Speak at the Open-air Supreme Court of Athens
Damaress  (Latin)
Gentle. Famous Bearer: Biblical Damaris Was the Educated Woman Who Heard Paul Speak at the Open-air Supreme Court of Athens
Damario  (Spanish)
Masculine Form of the Greek Damaris 'Gentle.'
Damaris  (Hebrew)
A Biblical Name Derived from the Greek Word for Calf. Damaris Was an Athenian Woman Who St Paul Converted to Christianity
Damaris  (Biblical)
A Little Woman
Damaris  (Greek)
Derived from the Greek Word for Calf. Damaris Was an Athenian Woman Who St Paul Converted to Christianity. Gentle
Damaris  (Greek)
Gentle, Mild
Damaris  (Latin)
Gentle. Famous Bearer: Biblical Damaris Was the Educated Woman Who Heard Paul Speak at the Open-air Supreme Court of Athens
Damariss  (Latin)
Gentle. Famous Bearer: Biblical Damaris Was the Educated Woman Who Heard Paul Speak at the Open-air Supreme Court of Athens
Demario  (Spanish)
Masculine Form of the Greek Damaris 'Gentle.'
Marisa  (Hebrew)
Variant of Mary: Wished-for Child; Rebellion; Bitter
Marisa  (Indian)
mother of Daksa
Marisa  (Latin)
Variant of Maria
Marisa  (English)
Variant of Maria
Marisa  (Latin)
Of the Sea
Marisa  (Italian)
Longing for the Sea
Marisa  (Spanish)
Bitter
Marisa  (Hindu)
Mother of Daksa
Marisabel  (Latin)
Of the Sea. Variant of Marie and Mary
Marise  (Japanese)
Infinite; Endless
Marise  (Latin)
Variant of Maria
Marise  (Japanese)
Infinite; Endless
Marise  (English)
Variant of Maria
Marisela  (Latin)
From the Sea
Marisela  (Spanish)
Variant of Marcella: of Mars. Mars Was the Mythological Roman God of Fertility for Whom the Month March Was Named; Mythologically Identified With the Greek War God Ares
Marisha  (Hebrew)
Bitter
Marisha  (Russian)
Bitter
Marisha  (Indian)
Dew
Marisha  (Russian)
Pet Form of Mara
Mariska  (Hungarian)
Of the Sea
Mariska  (Hebrew)
Bitter
Marisol  (Spanish)
Bitter
Marisol  (Latin)
Mary Soledad; Mary Alone
Marisol  (Spanish)
Sunny Sea
Marissa  (Latin)
Of the Sea
Marissa  (Latin)
Of the Sea. Variant of Marie and Mary
Marissa  (Hebrew)
Variant of Mary: Wished-for Child; Rebellion; Bitter
Marissa  (Latin)
Of the Sea/Born at Sea
Vilmaris  (Greek)
Protector from the Sea

Additional Names

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