Marlene Whitcomb in the US

  1. #69,788,816 Marlene Whisenant
  2. #69,788,817 Marlene Whisenhant
  3. #69,788,818 Marlene Whisonant
  4. #69,788,819 Marlene Whissel
  5. #69,788,820 Marlene Whitcomb
  6. #69,788,821 Marlene Whitefeather
  7. #69,788,822 Marlene Whiteford
  8. #69,788,823 Marlene Whitehair
  9. #69,788,824 Marlene Whitehill
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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: habitational name from any of various places called Whitcombe or Witcombe. Whitcombe in Dorset and Witcombe in Gloucestershire are named with Old English wīd ‘wide’ + cumb ‘valley’; Whitcombe, Isle of Wight, may have the same etymology or alternatively the first element may be Old English hwīt ‘white’. Witcombe in Somerset is named with Old English wīðig ‘willow’ + cumb.
3,956th in the U.S.

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