Gender Masculine & Feminine
Usage English
Pronounced Pron. MAHR-tee
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Other Languages & CulturesMartina, Martinus(Ancient Roman) Mattin, Matxin(Basque) Marta(Belarusian) Martha(Biblical) Martha(Biblical Greek) Martha(Biblical Latin) Marta, Martin(Bulgarian) Marta, Martí, Martina(Catalan) Marta, Martin, Martina, Tin, Tina(Croatian) Marta, Martin, Martina(Czech) Martha, Martin, Morten(Danish) Maarten, Marta, Marten, Martha, Martijn, Martina, Martine, Ina, Maartje, Mart, Martinus, Tijn, Tina, Tineke(Dutch) Martin, Mart(Estonian) Martta, Martti, Martin(Finnish) Marthe, Martin, Martine(French) Marta(Georgian) Marta, Martha, Martin, Martina, Ina, Merten(German) Martha(Greek) Márta, Martina, Márton, Martin, Mártuska(Hungarian) Marta(Icelandic) Máirtín(Irish) Marta, Martina, Martino, Tina, Tino(Italian) Marta, Mārtiņš, Mārcis, Martins(Latvian) Ina(Limburgish) Martynas, Morta(Lithuanian) Marta, Martin(Macedonian) Marthese(Maltese) Martyn(Manx) Maata(Maori) Matty(Medieval English) Martîn(Norman) Marte, Martha, Marthe, Martin, Martine, Morten(Norwegian) Marcin, Marta, Martyna(Polish) Marta, Martim, Martinho(Portuguese) Marta, Martin(Romanian) Marfa, Marta, Martin(Russian) Marta(Serbian) Marta, Martin, Martina(Slovak) Marta, Martin, Martina, Ina, Inja, Tina, Tine, Tinek, Tinkara(Slovene) Marta, Martín, Martina, Martita(Spanish) Marta, Mårten, Martha, Martin, Martina, Ina(Swedish) Marta, Martyn(Ukrainian) Martyn(Welsh)

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Entry updated January 22, 2019