Gender Masculine
Pronounced Pron. MO-dehn(Danish)
MAW-tehn(Norwegian)
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Meaning & History

Danish and Norwegian form of MARTIN.

Related Names

Feminine FormMartine(Norwegian)
Other Languages & CulturesMartinus(Ancient Roman) Mattin, Matxin(Basque) Martin(Bulgarian) Martí(Catalan) Martin, Tin(Croatian) Martin(Czech) Maarten, Marten, Martijn, Mart, Martinus, Tijn(Dutch) Martin, Martie, Marty(English) Martin, Mart(Estonian) Martti, Martin(Finnish) Martin(French) Martin, Merten(German) Márton, Martin(Hungarian) Máirtín(Irish) Martino, Tino(Italian) Mārtiņš, Mārcis, Martins(Latvian) Martynas(Lithuanian) Martin(Macedonian) Martyn(Manx) Martîn(Norman) Marcin(Polish) Martim, Martinho(Portuguese) Martin(Romanian) Martin(Russian) Martin(Slovak) Martin, Tine, Tinek(Slovene) Martín(Spanish) Mårten, Martin(Swedish) Martyn(Ukrainian) Martyn(Welsh)
Surname DescendantMortensen(Danish)
User SubmissionMorten

Popularity

People think this name is

classic   natural   wholesome   strong   strange   simple   serious   nerdy  

Entry updated June 13, 2019