Is Mariam Arabic?
The name Mariam is girl’s name of Arabic, Hebrew/Israeli origin meaning “drop of the sea, bitter, or beloved”. Popular among parents with Arab roots. Also found as Maryam. Mary was ultimately derived from the Hebrew name Mariam.
What is Mariam in Arabic language?
مَرْيَم • (maryam) f. a female given name, Mary, Maria, Marie, Miriam, Maryam. Mary, mother of Jesus.
What is the difference between Maryam and Mariam?
In Aramaic, the language spoken by Jesus, Joseph and Mary, Mary is called Maryam. The Greek translation of the Old Testament calls her Mariam, whereas with New Testament Greek she is Maria. The Latin uses the same expression: Maria. The name is used not only for Mary, the mother of Jesus.