Meaning & History
Original Latin form of MARTIN
. This is also the official Dutch form of the name, used on birth certificates but commonly rendered Maarten
in daily life.
OTHER LANGUAGES: Mattin, Matxin (Basque), Martin (Bulgarian), Martí (Catalan), Martin, Tin (Croatian), Martin (Czech), Martin, Morten (Danish), Martin, Martie, Marty (English), Martti, Martin (Finnish), Martin (French), Martin (German), Martin, Márton (Hungarian), Máirtín (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), Martín (Spanish), Mårten, Martin (Swedish), Martyn (Ukrainian), Martyn (Welsh)
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