Updated June 9, 2019

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Boy name origins & meanings

  • Latin : Walk forth
  • Latin : Warlike; hammer; defender

Boy name variations

Mark

Mark

+ 1% this year
Masculine
Common
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Marek

Marek

+ 16% this year
Masculine
Rare
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Marc

Marc

- 10% this year
Masculine
Rare
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Marcus

Marcus

- 9% this year
Masculine
Common
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Markus

Markus

- 16% this year
Masculine
Rare
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Marcel

Marcel

+ 7% this year
Masculine
Rare
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Marceau

Marceau

0 % this year
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Rare
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Marque

Marque

+ 33% this year
Masculine
Rare
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Marco

Marco

+ 10% this year
Masculine
Uncommon
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Marko

Marko

- 22% this year
Masculine
Rare
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Marus

Marus

0 % this year
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Markos

Markos

+ 13% this year
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Marks

Marks

0 % this year
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Marx

Marx

- 14% this year
Masculine
Rare
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Marius

Marius

- 14% this year
Masculine
Rare
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Marquette

Marquette

- 36% this year
Masculine
Rare
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Marquis

Marquis

- 9% this year
Masculine
Rare
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Marky

Marky

0 % this year
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Markie

Markie

0 % this year
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Marilo

Marilo

0 % this year
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Markis

Markis

+ 43% this year
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How Popular Is The Name March

Family name origins & meanings

  • English : topographic name for someone who lived on the border between two territories, especially in the Marches between England and Wales or England and Scotland, from Anglo-Norman French marche ‘boundary’ (of Germanic origin; compare Mark 2). In some cases, the surname may be a habitational name from March in Cambridgeshire, which was probably named from the locative case of Old English mearc ‘boundary’.
  • English : from a nickname or personal name for someone who was born or baptized in the month of March (Middle English, Old French march(e), Latin Martius (mensis), from the name of the god Mars) or who had some other special connection with the month, such as owing a feudal obligation then.
  • Catalan : from the personal name March, Catalan equivalent of Mark 1.