Meaning & History
French and Norwegian form of Martha.
Other Languages & CulturesMarta(Belarusian) Martha(Biblical) Martha(Biblical Greek) Martha(Biblical Latin) Marta(Bulgarian) Marta(Catalan) Marta(Croatian) Marta(Czech) Martha(Danish) Marta, Martha(Dutch) Martha, Martie, Patsy, Patti, Pattie, Patty(English) Marta(Estonian) Martta(Finnish) Marta(Georgian) Marta, Martha(German) Martha(Greek) Márta, Mártuska(Hungarian) Marta(Icelandic) Marta(Italian) Marta(Latvian) Morta(Lithuanian) Marta(Macedonian) Marthese(Maltese) Maata(Maori) Matty(Medieval English) Marta(Polish) Marta(Portuguese) Marta(Romanian) Marfa, Marta(Russian) Marta(Serbian) Marta(Slovak) Marta(Slovene) Marta, Martita(Spanish) Marta, Martha(Swedish) Marta(Ukrainian)
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classic mature natural wholesome strong refined simple serious
Entry updated July 2, 2017