Meryl

Meryl

mer-əl

The baby girl name Meryl represent unique meaning, Shiny sea, is popular among gaelic ethenicity or origin.

The name pronounce as mer-əl, the name contain around 2 syllables in pronouciations.

The human Meryl has also nick names such as Mer, Merri, and also has variations of Meriel, Meril.

Meryl is a variant of Muriel. Muriel is probably derived from Gaelic elements, which ultimately mean "shiny sea". It was popularized by Dinah Craik in her novel John Halifax, Gentleman, where Muriel is John Halifax's daughter. The name itself was not popular outside of Scotland until the beginning of the 20th century. The name Meryl was popularized by the famous American actress Meryl Streep.

Famous Meryl's

  • Meryl Cassie Actress
  • Meryl Streep Actress


Map Of Gaelic Origin