Origin of the name MARJAN.
Etymology of the
Meaning of the baby name MARJAN.
MARJAN.f. Dutch. Probably a form of Marian
(q.v.), from biblical Miriam
(q.v.), Greek Mariamne
(q.v.), meaning "bitter."
Marjan Borsjes, a Dutch photographer.
Marjan Ridder, a retired Dutch badminton player. (Wiki)
MARJAN (مرجان).f. Persian Arabic. From the vocabulary word marjan,
meaning "coral-branch," a slave name. (The Book of the
Thousand Nights and a Night, Smithers, 1894).
Marjan Kalhor, an Iranian Alpine skier. (Wiki)
MARJAN (Марјан).m. A contracted form of Slavic Marijan
(q.v.), from Latin Marianus
(q.v.), meaning "marine; of the sea." Usage: Serbia,
Slovenia. (Rječnik hrvatskoga ili srpskoga jezika, Daničić,
Marjan Kozina (d. 1966), was a Slovene
composer. Marjan Markovic, a
Serbian football defender. (Wiki)