- From Latin Maria, from Ancient Greek Μαρία (Maria), Μαριάμ (Mariam), from Aramaic מרים (Maryām), corresponding to the Hebrew מרים (Miryām). A Latinate variant of the vernacular English Mary. (Wiktionary)
“MARIA: Maria has a sick child and needs the money for prescription drugs, and needs the 8 hours to care for the child.”
“And then, with simple fervour, the Madonna was assured that, would she but save _il poverino_, a candle should be burned to her every Saturday, -- "_ogni Sabbato, Maria, Maria_!”
“I hope she recovers and returns soon, the divas lack something without her and maria I feel (I am a huge Maria and maryse mark though, but what bloke isnt hey?)”
“PAUL STEINER, MARIA LAUTERBACH'S UNCLE: The marines let Maria down.”
“MARY LAUTERBACH, MOTHER OF MARIA LAUTERBACH: Preparing for Easter was very hard, because Maria loved holidays.”
“Stowing the board in the back, they got in and buckled up, and Marlene asked, “Does the name Maria Santacristina sound familiar?””
“Caro also used the name Maria Orrozco, police said.”
“It's hard to find truly Pinot-y Pinot at this price, and Villa Maria is a reliable name to keep in mind.”
“The Lake at La Maria is a small fish pond which is OK but not particularly attractive.”
“She thinks I called Maria and Hannah the Big Meanies in the used-to-know and realizes she knows again.”
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