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- Mariana is a feminine given name of Latin origin. The masculine equivalent is Marianus which is derived from Marius . Marianus became Mariano in Italian, Spanish and Portuguese.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Mariana is a feminine given name of Latin origin. The masculine equivalent is Marianus which is derived from Marius. Marianus became Mariano in Italian, Spanish and Portuguese, such as cult of Mary also, for example that inspired the Polish revolution.
Mariana Islands, a group of islands in the north-western Pacific Ocean; Mariana Trench, the deepest trench in the world's oceans; Zoology. Mariana fruit bat; Mariana fruit dove; Mariana mallard; Other uses. Mariana (name) Mariana (1968 telenovela), a Mexican telenovela; Mariana, an 1851 painting by John Everett Millais; See also. Ana Maria
The Mariana Islands are the southern part of a submerged mountain range that extends 1,565 miles (2,519 km) from Guam to near Japan.Geographically, the Marianas are the northernmost islands of a larger island group called Micronesia, situated between 13° and 21°N latitude and 144° and 146°E longitude.
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Mariana f 1. (obsolete) A taxonomic genus within the family Asteraceae – now in Silybum.
1. Mariana at The Plant List
Latinized form of Marian, ultimately from Mary or Mary + Ann. It is also the feminine form of Latin Marianus, derivative of Marius, but these rather rare Roman names have been completely intertwined with Mariain the Christian era.
Mariana 1. A female given name from Hebrew.
Mariana f 1. A female given name, equivalent to English Mariana.
Mariana 1. Essive singular form of Maria.
1. Maarian, aimaran, armiaan, naamari
Mariāna 1. nominative feminine singular of Mariānus 2. nominative neuter plural of Mariānus 3. accusative neuter plural of Mariānus 4. vocative feminine singular of Mariānus 5. vocative neuter plural of Mariānus
1. Mariana in Charlton T. Lewis and Charles Short (1879) A Latin Dictionary, Oxford: Clarendon Press
1. Maria Ana
Maria (“Mary”) + Ana (“Anne”). The city was named after Maria Anna of Austria, Queen consort of Portugal.
1. (Portugal) IPA(key): /mɐ.ˈɾjɐ.nɐ/
Mariana f (genitive/dative Marianei, male equivalent Marian) 1. A female given name, equivalent to English Mariana.
Mariana c (genitive Marianas) 1. A female given name.
Mariana Pajón Londoño was born in Medellín, Colombia, on October 10, 1991,  daughter of Carlos Mario Pajón and Claudia Londoño, who were also athletes in their youth (her father practiced motoring and her mother riding). [ 8] She studied at the Sacred Heart Montemayor Catholic school in Rionegro, near to Medellín.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Mariana is the oldest city in the state of Minas Gerais, Brazil. It is a tourist city, founded on July 16, 1696, and retains the characteristics of a baroque city, with its churches, buildings and museums. It was the first capital of Minas Gerais.
L. mariana belongs to the Tetragnathidae family, also known as long-jawed orb weavers. The Leucauge genus was originally discovered by Charles Darwin in 1832 near the Guandu River (Rio de Janeiro) and recorded by Adam White in 1841.
Marianne is a female name. It is the French version of the Greek Mariamne, which is a variant of Mary, ultimately from the Hebrew Miriam, Mirjam. In late Greek Marianna was used. In 18th century France Marianne became a popular name as a variant of Marian, Marie. It can also be seen as a combination of Marie and Anne. It gave inspiration to several double names such as Marie-Anne, Anne-Marie as well as other variants such as Anna Maria, Ana-Maria and Marianna and alternate spellings Mary Ann and