Meaning & History
Roman family name which was originally a diminutive
. This was the name of two popes.
OTHER LANGUAGES: Marko, Martzel (Basque), Mark (Biblical), Markos (Biblical Greek), Marcus (Biblical Latin), Marko (Bulgarian), Marc, Marcel (Catalan), Margh (Cornish), Marko (Croatian), Marcel, Marek (Czech), Marcus, Mark, Markus (Danish), Marcel, Marco, Mark (Dutch), Marcus, Mark (English), Markku, Marko, Markus (Finnish), Marc, Marcel, Marcellin (French), Maleko (Hawaiian), Marcell, Márk (Hungarian), Marcas (Irish), Marcellino, Marcello, Marco, Marzio, Celino (Italian), Marko (Macedonian), Marcus, Mark, Markus (Norwegian), Marcel, Marceli, Marek (Polish), Marcelino, Marcelo, Márcio, Marco, Marcos, Marcelinho, Marquinhos (Portuguese), Marcel (Romanian), Mark (Russian), Marcas (Scottish), Marko (Serbian), Marcel, Marek (Slovak), Marko (Slovene), Marcelino, Marcelo, Marcio, Marco, Marcos, Celino (Spanish), Marcus, Mark, Markus (Swedish), Marko (Ukrainian), Marc (Welsh)
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