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Forename Marijan

All over the world, Marijan (Marijan Croatia Germany Slovenia Serbia Bosnia and Herzegovina, ماريان Egypt Palestinian Territory Iran Iraq, Мариян Bulgaria Russia Ukraine Kazakhstan) is a common predominantly masculine, but scarcely girly first name. Given name Marijan is characteristic to Southern Europe, particularly Croatia, where it is a common masculine name, Slovenia, where it is quite a common masculine name, and Bosnia and Herzegovina (explore name in all countries). Not in comparison with a country population this name is the most popular in Croatia, Germany, and Egypt. Very seldom, Marijan is the last name as well as a forename.

Transliterations and variants of Marijan

Marijan Germany, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Croatia
ماريان Egypt, Palestinian Territory, Iraq, Iran
Мариян Russia, Bulgaria, Kazakhstan, Ukraine
Маріян Ukraine

First name Marijan in the context

Marijan is also a popular name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Maid Marian , the love interest of the legendary outlaw Robin Hood in English folklore; Ultimate Rogue , character in Ultimate X-Men; Marianne Dashwood , the fictional character in Jane Austen's 1811 novel Sense and Sensibility; Maid Marian , the Disney character, Robin Hood and Marianne , the fictional character from the video game The Medium, and in many other works.

First names said to be same

Marian, Mariján, Marián, Marjan, Mąříjąń, Мар'Ян, Мариан, Марижан, Марийан, Марыян, Марьян, Маріан, מריאן, مرجان, মারজান, and マリアン

Notable namesakes

Marijan Lisnjić roman-catholic bishop (b. 1609) link
Marijan Bogdanović roman-catholic bishop (b. 1720) link
picture of Marijan Šunjić Marijan Šunjić Marijan Šunjić Apostolic Vicar in Bosnia Bosnian Franciscan Catholic bishop, writer, linguist, scientific, cultural and political worker (b. 1798) link
picture of Marijan Varešanin Marijan Varešanin Marijan Varešanin Austrian noble, HR (b. 1847) link
picture of Marijan Marković Marijan Marković Marijan Marković Austria-Hungary (b. 1840) link
Marijan Jaić (b. 1795) link
picture of Marijan Salopek Marijan Salopek Marijan Salopek Croatian geologist and paleontologist, Austria-Hungary (b. 1883) link
Marijan Derenčin politician (b. 1836) link
picture of Marijan Brecelj Marijan Brecelj Marijan Brecelj Slovenian lawyer and politician, Yugoslavia (b. 1910) link
picture of Marijan Lipovšek Marijan Lipovšek Marijan Lipovšek Slovenian musician, Yugoslavia (b. 1910) link
picture of Marijan Marolt Marijan Marolt Marijan Marolt Argentina (b. 1902) link
Marijan Širca Kingdom of Yugoslavia (b. 1854) link
picture of Marijan Lovrić Marijan Lovrić Marijan Lovrić Croatian actor, HR (b. 1915) link
Franjo Milićević adult educator, father and printer (b. 1835) link
picture of Marijan Kremžar Marijan Kremžar Marijan Kremžar Slovene priest, Kingdom of Yugoslavia (b. 1916) link
picture of Marijan Čadež Marijan Čadež Marijan Čadež Slovenia (b. 1912) link
picture of Marijan Łukaszewycz Marijan Łukaszewycz Marijan Łukaszewycz Polish politician, 🇵🇱 (b. 1922) link
Marijan Matijevic Croatian wrestler (b. 1878) link
picture of Marijan Žužej Marijan Žužej Marijan Žužej Croatian water polo player, Yugoslavia (b. 1934) link
Marijan Trepše Croatian painter, Yugoslavia (b. 1887) link
picture of Marijan Poljšak Marijan Poljšak Marijan Poljšak politician, Slovenia (b. 1945) link
Marijan Tkalčić (b. 1886) link
picture of Marijan Kramberger Marijan Kramberger Marijan Kramberger Slovenia (b. 1938) link
picture of Marijan Bradvic Marijan Bradvic Marijan Bradvic association football player, HR (b. 1949) link
picture of Marijan Gabrijelčič Marijan Gabrijelčič Marijan Gabrijelčič Slovenia (b. 1940) link
picture of Marijan Beneš Marijan Beneš Marijan Beneš Yugoslav boxer, Yugoslavia (b. 1951) link
picture of Marijan Križman Marijan Križman Marijan Križman Slovene politician, Slovenia (b. 1953) link
picture of Marijan Vlak Marijan Vlak Marijan Vlak Croatian footballer, HR (b. 1955) link
Marijan Blažić (b. 1897) link
Marijan Matijević Croatian-Austrian sculptor (b. 1907) link
picture of Marijan Maliković Marijan Maliković Marijan Maliković Yugoslavia (b. 1948) link
picture of Marijan Rističević Marijan Rističević Marijan Rističević Serbian politician, Serbia (b. 1958) link
Marijan Haberle Croatian architect, HR (b. 1908) link
picture of Marijan Pušnik Marijan Pušnik Marijan Pušnik Slovenian association football player, Slovenia (b. 1960) link
Marijan Dragman Croatian boxer, and alpinist, Austria-Hungary (b. 1910) link
Marijan Dermastia Slovene jurist, Yugoslavia (b. 1911) link
picture of Marijan Brkić Brk Marijan Brkić Brk Marijan Brkić Brk Croatian guitarist, HR (b. 1962) link
Marijan Matančić (b. 1903) link
Marijan Horvat (b. 1903) link
Marijan Feller (b. 1903) link
Marijan Stilinović (b. 1904) link
Marijan Hanžeković avocat et économiste croate (b. 1915) link
Marijan Detoni (b. 1905) link
Marijan Matković Croatian writer (b. 1915) link
picture of Marijan Veternik Marijan Veternik Marijan Veternik Slovenia (b. 1957) link
Marijan Kos Yugoslavia (b. 1909) link
Marijan Dorer Yugoslavia (b. 1909) link
Marijan Oblak Catholic bishop, HR (b. 1919) link
Marijan Blejec Slovene statistician, Slovenia (b. 1919) link
Marijan Vodopivec Slovene composer and pianist, Yugoslavia (b. 1920) link
Marijan Jevšovar Croatian painter (b. 1922) link
Marijan Tavčar Yugoslavia (b. 1912) link
Marijan Schiffrer Slovene politician, Slovenia (b. 1922) link
Marijan Kocković Croatian sculptor (b. 1923) link
picture of Marijan Ban Marijan Ban Marijan Ban (b. 1963) link
Marijan Mole Slovene historian, Yugoslavia (b. 1924) link
Marijan Kunšt Croatian opera singer (b. 1924) link
Marijan Čavić (b. 1915) link
Marijan Borštnar Yugoslavia (b. 1915) link
Marijan Eiletz Slovenian architect, Argentina (b. 1926) link
Marijan Živic Italia (b. 1919) link
Marijan Fajdiga Slovene conductor and pianist, Slovenia (b. 1930) link
Marijan Vajda (b. 1920) link
Marijan Stipetić Croatian swimmer, Yugoslavia (b. 1930) link
Marijan Badel (b. 1920) link
Marijan Zadnikar Slovenia (b. 1921) link
Marijan Krišelj Slovene journalist and editor, Slovenia (b. 1931) link
Marijan Černe Italia (b. 1921) link
Marijan Brecelj Slovene literary historian, Slovenia (b. 1931) link
Marijan Ribarič Slovene physicist, Slovenia (b. 1932) link
Marijan Zemljič Slovenia (b. 1925) link
Marijan Jurca Slovenia (b. 1925) link
Marijan F. Kranjc Slovene officer, Slovenia (b. 1935) link
Marijan Učak Yugoslavia (b. 1926) link
Marijan Božič Slovenia (b. 1926) link
Marijan Prosen astronomer, Slovenia (b. 1937) link
Marijan Kristan ice hockey player, Yugoslavia (b. 1937) link
Marijan Bajc Slovene translator, Italia (b. 1938) link
Marijan Smolik Slovenia (b. 1928) link
Marijan Krmpotić (b. 1928) link
Marijan Grgić (b. 1929) link
picture of Marijan Antolović Marijan Antolović Marijan Antolović Croatian footballer, HR (b. 1989) link
Marijan Korošec Slovenian trumpeter, composer, Slovenia (b. 1939) link
Marijan Jantoljak Croatian footballer, HR (b. 1940) link
Marijan Brnčić Croatian footballer, Yugoslavia (b. 1940) link
picture of Marijan Polić Marijan Polić Marijan Polić link
Marijan Šunjić Croatian physicist, university professor, former rector of the University of Zagreb and a diplomat, HR (b. 1940) link
Marijan Gnamuš Slovenia (b. 1930) link
picture of Marijan Kulhavi Marijan Kulhavi Marijan Kulhavi link
picture of Marijan Mareković Marijan Mareković Marijan Mareković link
Marijan Drobež Slovenia (b. 1931) link
Marijan Grakalić (b. 1931) link
Marijan Pasarić Yugoslavia (b. 1932) link
Marijan Čad Slovenia (b. 1932) link
Marijan Klanac Croatian sports administrator and athlete, HR (b. 1943) link
Marijan Mlinarić Croatian politician (b. 1943) link
Marijan Raus (b. 1933) link
Marijan Domic (b. 1934) link
Marijan Gajšak Croatian sculptor, painter, priest (b. 1944) link
Marijan Mauko Slovenia (b. 1935) link

Characteristic surnames

Novak, Kovačić, Marković, Petrović, Kovačević, Novosel, Babić, Kovač, Marić, and Vuković