What does mary name mean in the bible

According to tradition, God Himself named the infant girl who would become the Mother of God.
The Aramaic Mariam as Lady corresponds to Madonna in Italian (My Lady), Notre Dame in French (Our Lady).
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Incidentally, this is why the Church founded in India by Saint Thomas is called the Mar Thoma¬†Church. Mary’s name then is a regal title and this best expresses the message of Saint Gabriel to Saint Joachim and Saint Anne.

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