Rebellious woman, Hebrew Wished for child, Sea of bitterness, To Swell, A variant form of Maria & As Mary.
Mari has 2 Syllables
Mari consist of 4 Letters
Mari is a Finnish, Norwegian, Danish, and Swedish variant of Maria. Maria, or Mary, is the name used in the New Testament, ultimately derived from the Hebrew name Miryam. There are several possible meanings of Miryam, some of them being: "lots of bitterness", "wished for child", "bitter", "rebellious". Mary is the name of different characters in New Testament, the most important ones being the Virgin Mary, mother of Jesus, and Mary Magdalene. The name has been extremely popular for centuries, especially among Christians.