Around the world, Mare (ماري , Mare , 梅尔 , along with others...) is a common largely feminine, but uncommonly male given name. The first name Mare is habitual in Syria, where it is quite a common primarily feminine, but scarcely boy's name, Croatia, where it is quite a common girly name, and Lebanon, where it is quite a common primarily female, but scarcely male name (explore the name in all countries). Measured by absolute frequency, it is commonest in Ethiopia, India, and Egypt. Likewise, Mare is the last name as well as the forename.
Mare is also a name from the Bible. Explore more in our Biblical names portal!
|ماري||Egypt, Iraq, Palestinian Territory, Iran, Syria|
|Mare||India, Japan, Romania, Indonesia, Ethiopia|
|Маре||Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Russia|
|Кошмар||Ukraine, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Russia|
Akwamarin, Amari, Bimare, Cauchemar, Lamar, Lupo Di Mare, Maar, Maarja, Madre, Magnus, Mahr, Maior, Mair, Major, Mar, Mara, Marem, Maren, Marghè, Marghé, Mari, Marinar, Marine, Marinne, Marino, Marins, Marisma, Maro, Marr, Marsopa, Marum, Marè, Maré, Marée, Marê, Marë, Marė, Mater, Mathe, Mathée, Maur, Maïr, Mear, Meir, Mer, Mere, Merja, Mur, Màre, Màrè,
Mare is also a prevalent name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Mary Magdalene , the follower of Jesus, The Last Temptation of Christ; Marie-Josephte Corriveau , the murderer and well-known figure in Québécois folklore, The Golden Dog; Lisa Simpson , the fictional character from The Simpsons franchise; Bella Swan , the character and the protagonist of the Twilight series and Mary Jane Watson , the fictional character in Marvel Comics, Spider-Man 2, and in many other works.
|ansaldo da mare IT (b. 1175)|
|radu iv cel mare Prince of Wallachia (b. 1467)|
|sir thomas de la mare (1420-1492) (b. 1420)|
|alve valdemi del mare Italian painter (1885-1972), IT (b. 1885)|
|mare mikoff Estonian sculptor, EE (b. 1941)|
|mare vint Estonian graphic artist (1942–2020), EE (b. 1942)|
|mare rand Estonian philologist and librarian, EE (b. 1945)|
|mare marjanović association football player (1904-1983) (b. 1904)|
|mare müürsepp Estonian teacher, literary scholar, and writer, EE (b. 1958)|
|mare winningham American actress and singer-songwriter, US (b. 1959)|
|mare cestnik slovene writer, SI (b. 1962)|
|mare kõiva EE (b. 1954)|
|mare voog (b. 1911)|
|b. mare badminton player, ZA (b. 1930)|
|mare hojc Austrian handball player, AT (b. 1982)|