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GenderMasculine & Feminine
UsageEnglish
PronouncedPron.MAHR-dee
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Meaning & History

Diminutive of MARTIN, MARTINA or MARTHA.
Other Languages & CulturesMartina, Martinus Ancient Roman Mattin, Matxin Basque Martha Biblical Martha Biblical Greek Martha Biblical Latin Marta, Martin Bulgarian Marta, Martí, Martina Catalan Marta, Martin, Martina, Tin, Tina Croatian Marta, Martin, Martina Czech Martha, Martin, Morten Danish Maarten, Marta, Marten, Martha, Martijn, Martina, Martine, Ina, Maartje, Martinus, Tijn, Tina, Tineke Dutch Martta, Martti, Martin Finnish Marthe, Martin, Martine French Marta Georgian Marta, Martha, Martin, Martina, Ina, Merten German Martha Greek Márta, Martina, Márton, Martin, Mártuska Hungarian Marta Icelandic Máirtín Irish Marta, Martina, Martino, Tina, Tino Italian Marta, Mārtiņš Latvian Ina Limburgish Martynas, Morta Lithuanian Marta, Martin Macedonian Maata Maori Matty Medieval English Martîn Norman Marte, Martha, Marthe, Martin, Martine, Morten Norwegian Marcin, Marta, Martyna Polish Marta, Martim, Martinho Portuguese Mars Roman Mythology Marta, Martin Romanian Marfa, Marta, Martin Russian Marta Serbian Marta, Martin, Martina Slovak Marta, Martin, Martina, Tina, Tine, Tinek Slovene Marta, Martín, Martina, Martita Spanish Marta, Mårten, Martha, Martin, Martina, Ina Swedish Martyn Ukrainian Martyn Welsh

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Entry updated December 3, 2014   Contribute