Meaning & History
Roman family name which was a derivative of the praenomen MARCUS
. This was the name of an early, possibly legendary, king of Rome.
OTHER LANGUAGES: Markos (Ancient Greek), 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 (French), Marcel, Marcellus, Marco, Markus, Marcell, Marzell (German), Markos (Greek), Maleko (Hawaiian), Marcell, Márk (Hungarian), Marcas (Irish), Marcello, Marco, Marzio (Italian), Markuss (Latvian), Marko (Macedonian), Marcus, Mark, Markus (Norwegian), Marcel, Marceli, Marek (Polish), Marcelo, Márcio, Marco, Marcos, Marcelinho, Marquinhos (Portuguese), Marcel (Romanian), Mark (Russian), Marcas (Scottish), Marko (Serbian), Marcel, Marek (Slovak), Marko (Slovene), Marcelo, Marcio, Marco, Marcos (Spanish), Marcus, Mark, Markus (Swedish), Marko (Ukrainian), Marc (Welsh) |