Gender Masculine
Pronounced Pron. MAR-kuws(German)
MAR-kuys(Swedish)
MAHR-koos(Finnish)
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Meaning & History

German, Scandinavian, Finnish and Estonian form of Marcus (see Mark).

Related Names

VariantsMarco(German) Marcus(Swedish) Marcus(Norwegian) Marcus, Mark(Danish) Markku, Marko(Finnish) Margus, Marko, Marek(Estonian)
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) Marco, Mark(Dutch) Marcus, Mark(English) Marc(French) Markos(Greek) Maleko(Hawaiian) Márk(Hungarian) Marcas(Irish) Marco(Italian) Mareks, Markuss(Latvian) Markas(Lithuanian) Marko(Macedonian) Marek(Polish) Marco, Marcos, Marquinhos(Portuguese) Mark(Russian) Marcas(Scottish) Marko(Serbian) Marek(Slovak) Marko(Slovene) Marco, Marcos(Spanish) Marko(Ukrainian) Marc(Welsh)
Surname DescendantMarkusson(Swedish)
User SubmissionsMárkus, Markús

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Name Days

Estonia: April 25
Finland: April 25
Germany: April 25
Latvia: April 25
Sweden: April 25

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Entry updated November 20, 2020