Marie etymology

Middle English word Marie comes from Hebrew מִרְיָם, English bloody mary, English virgin, French Marie, and later Latin Maria (A female given name.. Mary (mother of Jesus).)

Detailed word origin of Marie

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
מִרְיָם Hebrew (heb)
bloody mary English (eng) A cocktail made from vodka, tomato juice, and usually other spices or flavorings, such as Worcestershire sauce, Tabasco sauce, beef consommé or bouillon, horseradish, celery or celery salt, salt, black pepper, cayenne pepper, and lemon juice.
virgin English (eng) (informal) One who has never used or experienced a specified thing.. A female insect producing eggs from which young are hatched, though there has been no fecundation by a male; a parthenogenetic insect.. A person who has never had sexual intercourse, or sometimes, one who has never engaged in any sexual activity at all.. Any of several species of gossamer-winged butterflies of the family [...]
Marie French (fra) A female given name., cognate to Mary. Also a very common part in hyphenated female given names such as Anne-Marie or Marie-Pierre.. Mary (Biblical figure). Used as the latter part of hyphenated male given names such as Jean-Marie or Pierre-Marie.
Μαριάμ Ancient Greek (grc)
Maria Latin (lat) A female given name.. Mary (mother of Jesus).
Marie Old French (fro) A female given name. cognate to Mary in Modern English.
genus English (eng) (semantics) Within a definition, a broader category of the defined concept.. (taxonomy) a rank in the classification of organisms, below family and above species; a taxon at that rank. (topology) A number measuring some aspect of the complexity of any of various manifolds or graphs. A group with common attributes.
Marie Middle English (enm)