Marilyn Ismail in the US

  1. #69,433,160 Marilyn Islam
  2. #69,433,161 Marilyn Island
  3. #69,433,162 Marilyn Islas
  4. #69,433,163 Marilyn Islinger
  5. #69,433,164 Marilyn Ismail
  6. #69,433,165 Marilyn Ismihanli
  7. #69,433,166 Marilyn Isnardi
  8. #69,433,167 Marilyn Isola
  9. #69,433,168 Marilyn Israelowitz
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Meaning & Origins

Elaboration of Mary, with the addition of the productive suffix -lyn (see Lynn). It is recorded in the 18th century, possibly as a blend of Mary and Ellen, but first came into regular use in the 20th century, peaking in the 1940s and 50s. Since then its use has been surprisingly moderate, considering the enduring popularity of the film star Marilyn Monroe (1926–62), baptized Norma Jeane Baker.
162nd in the U.S.
Muslim: from an Arabic personal name, ’Ismā῾īl, name of a Prophet (Biblical Ishmael), son of Ibrahim (Abraham). Ibrahim left his second wife Hajar (Hagar) and their small son Ismail in the wilderness outside Mecca with only a short supply of food and water. Allah took pity on them and caused the well of Zamzam to spurt up in that desolate place, which saved their lives. Later, Ibrahim sought out his son Ismail, and together they built the Ka῾ba in Mecca, towards which all Muslims turn when praying. Arabs believe that Ismail was the founder of the Arab peoples, and for this reason Arabs are sometimes referred to as Ishmaelites. The term Ismaeli is of much more recent origin; it refers to a sect of Shiite Muslims headed by the Aga Khan, who claim descent from the Fatimid dynasty that ruled Egypt and North Africa from 909 to 1171. They take their name from Ismā’īl al-Ṭiddiq (699– 765), son of the sixth Shiite imam, because they believe that the divine spirit passed to him and not to his brother Mūsa.
7,269th in the U.S.

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