Usage: Jean-Marie, of Hebrew origin, is a very popular first name. It is more often used as a boy (male) name.
People having the name Jean-Marie are in general originating from Belgium, France.
The Growth number corresponding to this first name is 4.
The name Jean-Marie is ranked on the 876th position of the most used names. It means that this name is very frequently used.
We estimate that there are at least 627000 persons in the world having this name which is around 0.009% of the population.
The name Jean-Marie has ten characters. It means that it is relatively long-length, compared to the other names in our database.
We do not have enough data to display the number of people who were given the name Jean-Marie for each year.
History and Origin
Jean-Marie may refer as a first given name to:
- Jean-Marie Abgrall (born 1950), French psychiatrist, criminologist, specialist in forensic medicine, cult expert, and graduate in criminal law
- Jean-Marie Charles Abrial (1879–1962), French Admiral and Minister of Marine of France
- Jean-Marie Andre (born 1944), Belgian scientist
- Jean-Marie Auberson (1920–2004), Swiss conductor and violinist
- Jean-Marie Balestre (born 1921), president of FISA
- Jean-Marie Basset (born 1943), French chemist
- Jean-Marie Beaupuy (born 1943), French politician
- Jean-Marie Benjamin, priest
- Jean-Marie Beurel (1813–1872), French Roman Catholic priest
- Jean-Marie Bockel (born 1950), French politician
- Jean-Marie Buchet, Belgian film director
- Jean-Marie Cavada (born 1940), French politician
- Jean-Marie Charpentier (20th century), French architect and urban planner
- Jean-Marie Chopin (19th century), Russian explorer of the Caucasus
- Jean-Marie Collot d’Herbois (1749–1796), French actor, dramatist, essayist, and revolutionary
- Jean-Marie Colombani (born 1948), French journalist
- Jean-Marie De Koninck (born 1949), French-Canadian mathematician
- Jean-Marie de Lamennais (1780–1860), French Roman Catholic priest
- Jean-Marie Dedecker (born 1952), Belgian-Flemish politician
- Jean-Marie Delwart, Belgian businessman
- Jean-Marie Domenach (1922–1997), French writer and intellectual
- Jean-Marie Ducharme (1723–1807), fur trader and political figure
- Jean-Marie Claude Alexandre Goujon (1766–1795), French journalist, lawyer, and statesman
- Jean-Marie Guéhenno (born 1949), French diplomat
- Jean-Marie Guyau (1854–1888), French philosopher and poet
- Jean-Marie Halsdorf (born 1957), Luxembourgian politician
- Jean-Marie Le Bris (1817–1872), French aviator
- Jean-Marie Gustave Le Clézio (born 1940), French author
- Jean-Marie Le Pen (born 1928), French far-right nationalist politician
- Jean-Marie Leblanc (born 1944), French retired professional road bicycle racer
- Jean-Marie Leclair (1697–1764), Baroque violinist and composer
- Jean-Marie Leclair the younger (1703–1777), French composer
- Jean-Marie Lehn (born 1939), French chemist
- Jean-Marie Londeix (born 1932), French saxophonist
- Jean-Marie Loret (1919-1985), French railway worker, claimed to be the son of Adolf Hitler
- Jean-Marie Lustiger (1926–2007), French cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church
- Jean-Marie Atangana Mebara, Cameroonian politician
- Jean-Marie Messier (born 1956), French businessman
- Jean-Marie Mokole, member of the Pan-African Parliament
- Jean-Marie Mondelet (circa 1771–1843), notary and political figure in Lower Canada
- Jean-Marie Morel (1728–1810), French architect
- Jean-Marie Musy (1876–1952), Swiss politician
- Jean-Marie Neff (born 1961), French racewalker
- Jean-Marie Pallardy (born 1940), French film director
- Jean-Marie Pelt (born 1933), French botanist
- Jean-Marie Peretti, French researcher and teacher in human resources management
- Jean-Marie Perrot (1877–1943), Breton priest
- Jean-Marie Pfaff (born 1953), Belgian former football goalkeeper
- Jean-Marie Poiré (born 1945), French film director, writer, and producer
- Jean-Marie Poitras (born 1918), former Canadian senator
- Jean-Marie Riachi (born 1970), Lebanese arranger, composer and record producer
- Jean-Marie Roland, vicomte de la Platière (1734–1793), French statesman
- Jean-Marie Rouart (born 1943), French novelist, essayist and journalist
- Jean-Marie Souriau, mathematician
- Jean-Marie Tjibaou (1936–1989), Oceanian politician
- Jean-Marie Toulouse (born 1942), Canadian academic
- Jean-Marie Trappeniers (born 1942), Belgian football goalkeeper
- Jean-Marie Villot (1905–1979), French cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church
- August Jean-Marie Vermorel (1841–1871), French journalist
- Lincoln Jean-Marie (born 1966), British singer
- Tre Sosa Jean-Marie (born 1993), British musician
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