150 Best Middle Names for Maria [Catchy & Cool]

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TheBiranchi Team has collected a new list of the Top 150 most perfect middle names for Mariawhich might sound perfect for your newborn.

In this article, you will get to know the meaning, gender, and origin of the name Maria. Also, we have arranged a list of the best middle names for Maria, and a comprehensive list of the Most Famous People Named Maria.


Maria: Meaning & Origin

Maria means – Of the sea, Bitter, Beloved, Rebellious

Maria gender – Both Masculine & Feminine

Maria origin – English, Latin, Geek, Italian

You can find the Meaning, Origin, Personality Traits, Horoscope, and detailed information about the name Maria here.


150 Best Middle Names For Maria

Are you looking for a perfect middle name for Maria? Check out these awesome middle names:

Maria Abigael

Maria Alessia

Maria Alexus

Maria Allyson

Maria Almond

Maria Amor

Maria Angeles

Maria Annie

Maria Annika

Maria Arthel

Maria Arya

Maria Ascar

Maria Ava

Maria Avie

Maria Banks

Maria Bass

Maria Bee

Maria Bellamy

Maria Bexley

Maria Bianca

Maria Billie

Maria Birdie

Maria Blaine

Maria Blair

Maria Blake

Maria Brianna

Maria Brigette

Maria Camille

Maria Candie

Maria Cara

Maria Carey

Maria Celine

Maria Chantelle

Maria Chloe

Maria Clarkson

Maria Cox

Maria Cyan

Maria Cyrus

Maria Dahlia

Maria Darby

Maria Devonne

Maria Dior

Maria Donna

Maria Ella

Maria Ellen

Maria Eloise

Maria Emmie

Maria Esther

Maria Etta

Maria Evangel

Maria Eyre

Maria Faith

Maria Fawn

Maria Faye

Maria Fleur

Maria Florence

Maria Gia

Maria Glory

Maria Gwen

Maria Haisley

Maria Harloe

Maria Harper

Maria Haven

Maria Hilary

Maria Holly

Maria Hope

Maria Isabelle

Maria Isla

Maria Jade

Maria Jean

Maria Jeanette

Maria Jessie

Maria Jett

Maria Jones

Maria Jovi

Maria Joy

Maria Kate

Maria Kathleen

Maria Kelsy

Maria Krystal

Maria Kylah

Maria Lavender

Maria Leonora

Maria Leslie

Maria Lilian

Maria Lira

Maria Lisa

Maria Lise

Maria Lorene

Maria Lou

Maria Lourdes

Maria Madonna

Maria Maud

Maria May

Maria Mercy

Maria Mitchelle

Maria Monet

Maria Monique

Maria Noreen

Maria Nova

Maria Oakley

Maria Odette

Maria Orion

Maria Paige

Maria Palmer

Maria Patricia

Maria Penelope

Maria Perrie

Maria Pixley

Maria Posy

Maria Queen

Maria Quinne

Maria Rachel

Maria Reese

Maria Reeve

Maria Reine

Maria Roberts

Maria Rochelle

Maria Roselyn

Maria Ross

Maria Salma

Maria Sasha

Maria Scarlett

Maria Silver

Maria Skye

Maria Sloane

Maria Soyalah

Maria Stella

Maria Susan

Maria Taya

Maria Terry

Maria Theodora

Maria Torres

Maria Tory

Maria Turner

Maria Venny

Maria Vera

Maria Viola

Maria Violet

Maria Walters

Maria Waverly

Maria Willow

Maria Winslet

Maria Wren

Maria Xela

Maria Xylia

Maria Yara

Maria Zaylee

Maria Zelie

Maria Zoe



Nicknames For Maria

Nicknames are a great way to show your newborn you love them. Here are a few of the most popular Maria nicknames:










Names Similar to Maria

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Most Famous People Named Maria

Our names have the potential to influence our behavior, physical appearance, career path and life choices, popularity, and how others perceive us.  If a child has a story behind his name, it can motivate him to be like his namesake and to emulate that person’s good qualities.

Go through the list of popular personalities named Maria:

Maaria Eira, Finnish opera singer and actress
Maria of Russia (several people)
Maria al-Qibtiyya
Maria I of Portugal (1734-1816), Queen of Portugal
María Conchita Alonso (born 1957), American singer/songwriter and actress
Maria Ahtisa Manalo, Miss International Philippines 2018
Maria Ângela Carrascalão, East Timorese politician
Maria II of Portugal (1818-1853), Queen of Portugal
María Fernanda Aristizábal (born 1997), Colombian model and beauty pageant titleholder
María Azambuya (1944–2011), Uruguayan actress and theatre director
Maria Bamford (born 1970), American stand-up comedian, actress, and voice actress
María Bazo (born 1998), Peruvian windsurfer
Maria Beasley, American inventor
Maria Beig (1920–2018), German author
Maria Bello (born 1967), American actress and writer
María Belón (born 1966), Spanish physician and motivational speaker
Maria Brink (born 1977), American singer and songwriter
María Bolívar (born 1975), Venezuelan politician
Maria Callas (1923–1977), Greek-American soprano
Maria Callani (1778–1803), Italian 18th century portrait painter active in Parma[5]
Maria Cantwell (born 1958), U.S. Senatoor
Maria Cole (1922–2012), American jazz singer
Maria Colwell (1965–1973), British female murder victim
Maria Christina (several people)
Maria Dallas, New Zealand singer
Maria Damanaki (born 1952) Greek politician
Maria d’Apparecida (1926–2017), Brazilian opera singer
Maria Darling, British voice actress
Maria de Lourdes Martins Cruz, East Timorese religious sister
Maria de Vasconcelos (born 1970), Portuguese psychiatrist, singer and songwriter
Maria do Céu Sarmento, East Timorese politician
Maria Domingas Alves, East Timorese politician
Maria Durhuus (born 1977), Danish politician
Maria Edgeworth (1768–1849), Anglo-Irish writer of adults’ and children’s literature
María Escudero-Escribano (born 1983), Spanish chemist
María-Esther Vidal, Venezuelan scientist
Maria Louise Eve (1842–1900), American poet
Maria Ewing (1950–2022), American opera singer
Maria Farantouri (born 1947), Greek singer
María Fernanda Di Giacobbe (born 1964), Venezuelan chocolatier
Maria Fyfe (1938–2020), Scottish politician
María Esther García López (born, 1948), poet, writer; president, Asturias Writers Association
María la Grande (c. 1789–1841), prominent Tehuelche leader of the early 19th century
Maria Guyomar de Pinha (1664–1728), Siamese cook
Maria Harfanti (born 1992), Miss World Indonesia 2015
Maria Höfl-Riesch (born 1984), German alpine skier
María Holly (born 1932), widow of rock and roll pioneer Buddy Holly
Maria Iliou (born 1960) Greek film director, scriptwriter and producer
Maria James (1793–1868), Welsh-born American poet
Maria Jane Jewsbury (1800–1833), English writer, poet, literary reviewer
María José (several people)
Maria Kanellis (born 1982), American professional wrestler
Maria Kekkonen, Finnish erotic actress
Maria Brace Kimball (1852–1933), American educator, elocutionist, writer
Maria Kochetkova (born 1984), Russian ballet dancer
Maria Kovrigina (1910–1995), Russian physician and Soviet minister of health
Maria Kowroski (born 1976), American ballet dancer
Maria Lampadaridou Pothou (born 1933), Greek novelist, poet and playwright
Maria Elise Turner Lauder (1833–1922), Canadian writer
Maria Lauterbach (1987–2007), American murder victim
Maria Lioudaki (1894–1947), Greek educator, folklorist, and resistance fighter
Maria White Lowell (1821–1853), American poet, abolitionist
Maria Lugones (1944–2020), American philosopher
Maria Lynn Ehren (born 1992), Thai singer and model
Maria Laura Mainetti (1939–2000), Italian Catholic sister and murder victim
María Emma Mannarelli (born 1954), Peruvian feminist writer, historian, professor
Maria Mandl (1912–1948), Austrian Nazi SS commandant of the female camp at Auschwitz concentration camp executed for war crimes
Maria Rika Maniates (1937–2011), Canadian musicologist
María Marcano de León, Puerto Rican government official
Maria Mazina (born 1964), Russian Olympic champion épée fencer
Maria Alberta Menéres (1930–2019), Portuguese writer
Maria Montessori (1870–1952), Italian educator
Maria Naganawa (長縄 まりあ, born 1995), Japanese voice actress
Maria Nikiforova (1885–1919), Ukrainian anarchist partisan
Maria Ozawa (小澤 マリア, born 1986), Japanese actress
Princess Maria Pia of Bourbon-Parma (born 1934)
Maria Palmer (1917–1981), Austrian-born American actress
Maria Petri (1939–2022), English association football supporter
Maria Posobchuk (1890–1992), Ukrainian weaver
Maria Rahajeng (born 1991), Miss World Indonesia 2014
Maria Goretti, a victim of crime and saint
Maria Rasputin (1898–1977), memoirist
Maria Ressa (born 1963), Filipina-American author, journalist and Nobel Peace Prize laureate
Maria Reynolds (1768–1828), wife of James Reynolds
Maria Sakkari (born 1995), Greek professional tennis player
María Elena Salinas, American broadcast journalist, news anchor, and author
Maria Selena (born 1990), Indonesian beauty pageant titleholder who won Puteri Indonesia 2011
Maria Sharapova (born 1987), Russian professional tennis player
Maria Shriver (born 1955), American journalist and activist
Maria Antónia Siza (1940–1973), Portuguese artist
Maria Strömkvist (born 1964), Swedish politician
Maria Tenazi (1903–1930), Soviet Armenian silent film actress
Maria Theresa (several people)
Maria von Trapp (1905–1987), Austrian-born American singer
María Valverde (born 1987), Spanish actress
Maria Eulália Vares, Brazilian mathematical statistician and probability theorist
Maria Vasilkova (born 1978), Russian politician
Maria Chantal Videla (born 2002), Filipino-Argentine actress, model and singer of K-pop girl group Lapillus
Maria Walliser (born 1963), Swiss alpine skier
Maria Torrence Wishart (1893 – 1982), Canadian medical illustrator and the founder of the University of Toronto’s Art as Applied to Medicine program
Maria Zandbang (1886–1972), Polish equestrian

Carlo Maria Abate, Italian racecar driver
Alberto María de Agostini, Italian explorer
Carlos María de Alvear, Argentine general
José María Aznar, Spanish politician, former Spanish prime minister
Angelo Maria Bandini, Italian author and librarian
Antonio María Barbieri, Uruguayan cardinal
Ferdinand Maria, Elector of Bavaria
Giovanni Maria Benzoni, Italian sculptor
Matteo Maria Boiardo, Italian poet
Giovanni Maria Bottala, Italian painter
Klaus Maria Brandauer, Austrian actor
Giuseppe Maria Buonaparte, Corsican politician
Carlo Maria Cipolla, Italian economic historian
Giovanni Carlo Maria Clari, Italian composer
Carlo Maria Curci, Italian theologian
Corrado Maria Daclon, Italian journalist
Felix Maria Diogg, Swiss painter
Timm Maria Franz Elstner, German TV host
Giovanni Maria Mastai-Ferretti, better known as Pope Pius IX
Johann Maria Farina, Italian-German perfumer
Carlo Innocenzio Maria Frugoni, Italian poet
Alessandro Maria Gaetano Galilei, Italian architect and mathematician
Giuseppe Maria Giulietti, Italian soldier
Carlo Maria Giulini, Italian conductor
Francesco Maria Grimaldi, Italian mathematician
Christoph Maria Herbst, German actor
Franco Maria Malfatti, Italian politician
Thomas Maria Mamachi, Italo-Greek Dominican theologian and historian
Antonio Maria Maraggiano, Italian sculptor
Carlo Maria Martini, Italian cardinal
Giovanni Maria Nanino, Italian composer
Tommaso Maria Napoli, Italian architect
José María Olazábal, Spanish golfer
Francesco Maria Piave, Italian librettist
Carlo Maria Pintacuda, Italian racecar driver
Francesco Maria Pritilli, Italian scholar and antiquarian
Erich Maria Remarque, German author
Franco Maria Ricci, Italian art publisher
Rainer Maria Rilke, German poet
Jan Maria Rokita, Polish politician
Anton Maria Schyrleus of Rheita, Czech astronomer
Juan Carlos Alfonso Víctor María de Borbón y Borbón-Dos Sicilias, king of Spain
Charles Edward Louis John Casimir Silvester Maria Stuart, leader of the Jacobite rebellion
José María Canlás Sison, Filipino activist and founder of the Communist Party of the Philippines
Victor Maria Regis Sotto (born 1989), Filipino politician
Giuseppe Maria Tomasi, Italian cardinal and saint
Giovanni Maria Trabaci, Italian composer
Antonio Maria Vassallo, Italian painter
Francesco Maria Veracini, Italian composer and violinist
Gianni Versace born Giovanni Maria Versace, Italian fashion designer
Filippo Maria Visconti, Duke of Milan
Gian Maria Visconti, Duke of Milan
Gian Maria Volonté, Italian actor
Carl Maria von Weber, German composer
Edward Maria Wingfield, English explorer
Tommaso Maria Zigliara, Italian cardinal
Maximilian Maria Kolbe, Polish Conventual Franciscan
Karl-Theodor Maria Nikolaus Johann Jacob Philipp Franz Joseph Sylvester Freiherr von und zu Guttenberg
Juan María Bordaberry, Uruguayan dictator
Franz Joseph Hermann Michael Maria von Papen, Erbsälzer zu Werl und Neuwerk, German politician, diplomat, Prussian nobleman and General Staff officer


Final Thoughts From TheBiranchi:

Naming a baby is so hard but it is an important decision you have to make as a parent. It can be fun, but the responsibility of naming another human being can make it a bit intimidating. After all, your child will carry that name throughout their life.

Read through this article again to choose the best middle name for Maria. You can also choose from the list of Most Popular People named Maria.

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