Rosemary
Origin/Usage
Latin
Pronunciation
ROZ-mə-ree
Meaning
Sea dew
More info about the name "Rosemary"

Rosemary originates in Latin language and means "sea dew". It is taken from the name of a fragrant evergreen herb, native to the Mediterranean region. The herb is associated with the Virgin Mary as well as the goddess Aphrodite. As a feminine given name it was popular in the first half of the 20th century. It is the name of the main character in a horror novel and a subsequent film Rosemary's Baby.

Popularity of the Name Rosemary
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Famous Rosemaries

Rosemary Chalk - published author
Rosemary Clooney - jazz artist
Rosemary Cohen - published author
Rosemary Glenn - writer
Rosemary Joyce - published author
Rosemary Lane - actress
Rosemary Murphy - actress
Rosemary Rees - writer
Rosemary Sullivan - writer
Rosemary Wells - writer

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