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Forename Marion

All around the world, Marion (Marion Germany United States France United Kingdom Kenya, ماريون Iraq, マリオン Japan, among others...) is a widespread largely female, but infrequently boy's first name. The first name Marion is characteristic of Germany, where it is a common feminine name, Reunion, where it is quite a common feminine name, and France (explore the name in all countries). Not in comparison with a country's population, it is commonest in Germany, the United States, and France. Much less frequently, Marion is the last name as well as the forename.

Translations, transliterations and names similar to the name Marion

name Marìon, name Márion, name Mariòn, name Màrion, name Marionett, name Maríon, name Марион, name Mariôn, name Marıon, name Marie, name Marión, name Маріон, name Marioñ, name Мэрион, name Marrion, name Marïon, name ماريون, name Marion, name מריון, name Malyon, name マリオン, name Марйон, name Marîon, name Mãrion, name Mariõn
Marion Germany, Kenya, France, United Kingdom, United States
ماريون Iraq
マリオン Japan
מריון Israel
Марион Kazakhstan, Russia, Ukraine
Маріон Ukraine
Мэрион Russia

First name Marion in the context

Marion is also a prevalent name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Marion Ravenwood , the Indiana Jones character; Marion Wheeler , the fictional administrator, Where Have You Been All My Life; Molly Bloom , the fictional character, wife of the main protagonist in Ulysses; Rose Tyler , the fictional character from Doctor Who and Marion Crane , the fictional character from the 1959 novel Psycho; portrayed by Janet Leigh in the 1960 film, Psycho tetralogy, and in many other works.

Notable namesakes

marion of alexandria ancient Olympic victor, EG (b. 100) link
marion braidfute (b. 1278) link
marion ogilvy Peerage person ID=227096 (b. 1495) link
picture of marion delorme marion delorme marion delorme 17th-century French courtesan, FR (b. 1613) link
marion sempill (1617-1706) (b. 1617) link
marion hepburn Peerage person ID=529898 (b. 1633) link
marion hepburn (born 1637) (b. 1637) link
marion hamilton (born 1638) (b. 1638) link
marion veitch Scottish diarist, GB (b. 1639) link
picture of marion du faouët marion du faouët marion du faouët 17th century Breton highwaymen leader, FR (b. 1717) link
marion suttie (born 1686) (b. 1686) link
élie marion (b. 1678) link
marion crawfurd Peerage person ID=482208 (b. 1688) link
marion shaw (1700-1733) (b. 1700) link
marion rennie (b. 1744) link

Characteristic surnames

Lee, Thomas, Turner, Nelson, Harris, Walker, Wilson, Wright, Müller, Stewart, Taylor, Schmidt, Roberts, Jackson, Johnson, Edwards, Mitchell, Anderson, Campbell, Phillips, Robinson, Collins, Carter, Murphy, Miller, Bell, King, Hall, Hill, Moore, Scott, Smith, Allen, Adams, Clark, Baker, Brown, Kelly, Davis, Green, Lewis, Jones, Evans, White, Young, Martin, Thompson, and Williams