Marites Name – Meaning, Origin and Similar Names

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Marites baby name is a unique blend of charm and mystery.

Name Marites
Gender Female
Meaning Sea of bitterness or sea of sorrow
Origin Latin
Religion Christianity
Associated zodiac sign Pisces
Associated month of the year March

In this article

  • Maria
  • Marina
  • Marta
  • Mary
  • Marisol
  • Maritza
  • Margaret
  • Marlene
  • Marie
  • Marilyn

Maria, Marina, and Marta are closely related to Marites because they share the same Latin root, meaning ‘sea’. Marina sounds quite similar, especially in Spanish-speaking countries.

People named Marites have siblings with the following boy names

Brothers named Michael or Joseph are common. Joseph has a biblical origin, just like Marites has a religious vibe to it.

People named Marites have siblings with the following girl names

Sisters named Maria or Anna are quite common. Anna shares the same timeless and classic feel as Marites.

Middle names often associated with Marites

  • Ann
  • Grace
  • Rose

In the Philippines, Marites Ann or Marites Grace are popular combinations, reflecting the influence of Spanish and American cultures.

Cute nicknames for the name Marites

  • Mari
  • Tess
  • Tita

Tess is often used for someone who is thoughtful and caring, mirroring the nurturing aspect of Marites.

Marites in other languages

Name Language
Marites English
ماريتس Arabic
玛丽特斯 Chinese
มาริเตส Thai
マリテス Japanese

Numerology details for the name Marites

Numerology Number 5
Destiny Number 8
Inner Dream Number 3
Soul Urge Number 2
Personality Number 6

Personality details for Marites

Ruling Planet Moon
Positive Nature Loves to participate and does not shy away from hard work
Negative Traits Can be moody at times and somewhat stubborn
Lucky Colours Green, Cream
Lucky Days Monday, Thursday
Lucky Stones Pearl, Moonstone
Harmony Numbers 1, 2, 9
Problematic Numbers 8, 4
Best Suited Professions Nurses and bookkeepers
Liked characteristics Empathy, reliability
Disliked characteristics Indecisiveness, tendency to procrastinate

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