Marlene Turk in the US

  1. #3,474,268 Marlene Theriot
  2. #3,474,269 Marlene Thomason
  3. #3,474,270 Marlene Tidwell
  4. #3,474,271 Marlene Tran
  5. #3,474,272 Marlene Turk
  6. #3,474,273 Marlene Ulrich
  7. #3,474,274 Marlene Van
  8. #3,474,275 Marlene Vicente
  9. #3,474,276 Marlene Vickers
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Meaning & Origins

Contracted form of Latin Maria Magdalene (see Madeleine). The name is of German origin, but is now also widely used in the English-speaking world, normally in a pronunciation with two syllables (compare Arlene and Charlene). Probably the first, and certainly the most famous, bearer of the name was the film star Marlene Dietrich (1901–92), who was born Marie Magdalene. The name was further popularized in the 1940s by the wartime German song ‘Lili Marlene’, which was immensely popular among both German and British troops in North Africa.
395th in the U.S.
English (mainly Gloucestershire), Dutch, and German (also Türk): from Middle English, Old French turc, Middle High and Low German Turc ‘Turk’, from Turkish türk. In theory this could be an ethnic name but, both in England and northwest Europe, it is generally a nickname for a person with black hair and a swarthy complexion or a cruel, rowdy, or unruly person. The Dutch and German surname also represents a house name, derived from the use of a picture of a Turk as a house sign. It is also found as a nickname for someone who had taken part in the wars against the Turks.
3,300th in the U.S.

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