GENDER: Masculine
PRONOUNCED: MAHR-kuws (German)   [key]
Meaning & History
German, Scandinavian and Finnish form of MARK
Related Names
VARIANTS: Marco (German), Marcus, Mark (Swedish), Marcus, Mark (Norwegian), Marcus, Mark (Danish), Markku, Marko (Finnish)
OTHER LANGUAGES: Markos (Ancient Greek), Marcellinus, Marcellus, Marcius, Marcus (Ancient Roman), Marko, Martzel (Basque), Mark (Biblical), Markos (Biblical Greek), Marcus (Biblical Latin), Marko (Bulgarian), Marc, Marcel (Catalan), Margh (Cornish), Marko (Croatian), Marcel, Marek (Czech), Marcel, Marco, Mark (Dutch), Marcus, Mark (English), Marc, Marcel (French), Markos (Greek), Maleko (Hawaiian), Marcell, Márk (Hungarian), Marcas (Irish), Marcello, Marco, Marzio (Italian), Markuss (Latvian), Marko (Macedonian), 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), Marko (Ukrainian), Marc (Welsh)
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