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Name Group Mark/Marcella

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Group info:
Meaning/translation:dedicated to Mars (the Roman god of war)
Language of origin:Latin
Info about origin, male:one of the few classical Roman given names (praenomen)
 this name was traditionally given to boys born in the month of March
 known from Saint Mark, evangelist (author of the second Gospel)
Topics:New Testament, Roman given name, Roman mythology
Variants' top ranks:2:Marco Switzerland/German 1997,  2:Mark England+Wales 1974,  2:Marc Belgium 2013,  2:Marko Montenegro 2011,  2:Markuss Latvia 2014,  5:Markus Germany/West 1980,  6:Marcos Madrid 2005,  9:Marcus Sweden 1998,  9:Márk Hungary 2005,  10:Marek Poland 2012
Somehow related to:Marcel, Marcio/Marcia, Mars, Martin/Martina
Name variants:

All variants, grouped by language of use

LanguageFemale VariantsMale Variants
German Marc, Marcus, Marko, Markus
Portuguese Marco, Marcos
Dutch Mark
Scandinavian Mark
English Marcus, Mark, Markel, Markell, Marlin, Marlon
ItalianMarcellaMarco
SpanishMarcelaMarco, Marcos
FrenchMarcelleMarc
Finnish Markku
Hungarian Márk, Márkó
Latvian Markuss
Greek Markos
Slavic Marko
Irish Marcas
CzechMarcelaMarek
Russian Mark
PolishMarcelaMarek
Latin Marcus, Martkos
Name variants:

3 female and 20 male name variants, sorted by name and gender

NameLanguages of Use
MarcelaSpanish, Czech, Polish
MarcellaItalian
MarcelleFrench

NameLanguages of Use
MarcGerman, French
MarcasIrish
MarcoPortuguese, Spanish, Italian
MarcosPortuguese, Spanish
MarcusGerman, English
MarcusLatin
MarekCzech, Polish
MarkDutch, Scandinavian, English, Russian
MárkHungarian
MarkelEnglish
MarkellEnglish
MarkkuFinnish
MarkoGerman, Slavic
MárkóHungarian
MarkosGreek
MarkusGerman
MarkussLatvian
MarlinEnglish
MarlonEnglish
MartkosLatin