MARTÍN
GENDER: Masculine
USAGE: Spanish
PRONOUNCED: mahr-TEEN   [key]
Meaning & History
Spanish form of Martinus (see MARTIN).
Related Names
FEMININE FORM: Martina
OTHER LANGUAGES: Martinus (Ancient Roman), Mattin, Matxin (Basque), Martin (Bulgarian), Martí (Catalan), Martin, Tin (Croatian), Martin (Czech), Martin, Morten (Danish), Maarten, Marten, Martijn, Tijn (Dutch), Martin, Martie, Marty (English), Martti, Martin (Finnish), Martin (French), Martin (German), Martin, Márton (Hungarian), Mairtín (Irish), Martino, Tino (Italian), Martynas (Lithuanian), Merten (Low German), Martin (Macedonian), Martin, Morten (Norwegian), Marcin (Polish), Martim, Martinho (Portuguese), Martin (Romanian), Martin (Russian), Martin (Slovak), Martin, Tine, Tinek (Slovene), Mårten, Martin (Swedish), Martyn (Ukrainian), Martyn (Welsh)
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