Gender Masculine
Pronounced Pron. /maʁk/(French) /ˈmark/(Catalan)  [key·simplify]

Meaning & History

French, Catalan and Welsh form of Marcus (see Mark). This name was borne by the Russian-French artist Marc Chagall (1887-1985).

Related Names

Other Languages & CulturesMarkos(Ancient Greek) Marcus(Ancient Roman) Mark(Armenian) Marko(Basque) Mark(Belarusian) Mark(Biblical) Markos(Biblical Greek) Marcus(Biblical Latin) Marko(Bulgarian) Margh(Cornish) Marko(Croatian) Marek(Czech) Marcus, Mark, Markus(Danish) Marco, Mark(Dutch) Marcus, Mark(English) Marek, Margus, Marko, Markus(Estonian) Markku, Marko, Markus(Finnish) Marco, Markus(German) Markos(Greek) Maleko(Hawaiian) Márk(Hungarian) Marcas(Irish) Marco(Italian) Mareks, Marks, Markuss(Latvian) Mercutio(Literature) Markas(Lithuanian) Marko(Macedonian) Marcus, Markus(Norwegian) Marek(Polish) Marco, Marcos, Marquinhos(Portuguese) Mark(Russian) Marcas(Scottish Gaelic) Marko(Serbian) Marek(Slovak) Marko(Slovene) Marco, Marcos(Spanish) Marcus, Markus(Swedish) Marko(Ukrainian)


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Name Days

France: April 25


Entry updated April 23, 2024