Marcella is an Italian given name, the feminine version of Marcello (Mark in English). Marcella means warlike, martial, and strong. It could also mean 'young warrior'. The origin of the name Marcella is Latin. Notable people called Marcella:
- Saint Marcella
- Saint Markella
- Marcella Albani, Italian actress
- Marcella Althaus-Reid, Argentinian Methodist theologist and author
- Marcella Bella, Italian singer
- Marcella Detroit, American singer, musician, songwriter
- Marcella Hazan, culinary writer, expert on Italian cooking
- Claudia Marcella, the name of two nieces of the Roman emperor Augustus
- Marcella Raggedy Ann, owner of Raggedy Anne and Andy dolls
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