Gender Masculine

Meaning & History

Irish and Scottish Gaelic form of Marcus (see Mark).

Related Names

Other Languages & CulturesMarkos(Ancient Greek) Marcus(Ancient Roman) Marko(Basque) Mark(Belarusian) Mark(Biblical) Markos(Biblical Greek) Marcus(Biblical Latin) Marko(Bulgarian) Marc(Catalan) 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) Marc(French) Marco, Markus(German) Markos(Greek) Maleko(Hawaiian) Márk(Hungarian) Marco(Italian) Mareks, Markuss(Latvian) Markas(Lithuanian) Marko(Macedonian) Marcus, Markus(Norwegian) Marek(Polish) Marco, Marcos, Marquinhos(Portuguese) Mark(Russian) Marko(Serbian) Marek(Slovak) Marko(Slovene) Marco, Marcos(Spanish) Marcus, Markus(Swedish) Marko(Ukrainian) Marc(Welsh)

People think this name is

classic   mature   formal   upper class   wholesome   strong   strange   simple   serious   nerdy  

Sources & References

  1. Mark, Colin. The Gaelic-English Dictionary. Routledge, 2003, page 715.

Entry updated January 21, 2022