The name is a compound of Anne and Marie. Originally, the name was used by Catholic families, usually in honour of the Virgin Mary and her legendary mother St. Anne. Its usage spread to German-speaking countries and became especially common in Bavaria.
Currently, Annemarie is the 361st most popular female name in Germany, (2011). Its South Slavic form of Anamarija is currently the 48th most popular female name in Croatia (2010) and the 79th most popular in Slovenia, (2010).
- Anamarija Анамарија (Croatian/Macedonian)
- Annemarie (Dutch/English/French/German/Limburgish/Scandinavian)
- Amrei (Bavarian/Swiss-German)
- Annamirl (Bavarian)
- Annamaria (Italian)
- Anna Maria (Polish/Romansch)
- Ana María (Spanish)