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Meaning of the Name Marc

113 names found for "Marc"   (page 1 of 3) 

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The first name Marc is of Scottish, Latin, French, English origin. It is often a boy name. It has the following meaning(s):

Scottish: A Short Form of Marcus, Marc is Also Used As an Independent Given Name. (Mark)
Latin: Warlike
Latin: Hammer
French: Form of Mark
English: Variant of Mark: Derived from Latin 'Marcus': Mars (Roman God of War). St. Mark Was the Author of the Second Gospel. Famous Bearer: Mark Twain (-). Mark Twain's Real Name Was Samuel Clemens

Similar Names

Marcas | March | Marci | Marcio | Marco | Marcos | Marcus | Marek | Margo | Marji |

Related Names

Beth-marcaboth  (Biblical)
House of Bitterness Wiped Out
Beth-marcaboth  (Biblical)
House of Bitterness Wiped Out
Carvel  (English)
From the Villa by the March
Carvell  (English)
From the Villa by the March
Coriolanus  (Shakespearean)
'The Tragedy of Coriolanus.' Caius Marcius Coriolanus
Demarco  (African American)
Of Mark
Edmund  (Shakespearean)
'King Henry Iv, ' Earl of March. 'King Henry Vi, Iii' Edmund, Earl of Rutland and Son to Richard Plantagenet. 'Tragedy of King Lear' Edmund, Bastard Son to Gloucester. 'King Richard the Second' Edmund
Langley  (Shakespearean)
'King Henry Iv, ' Earl of March. 'King Henry Vi, Iii' Edmund, Earl of Rutland and Son to Richard Plantagenet. 'Tragedy of King Lear' Edmund, Bastard Son to Gloucester. 'King Richard the Second' Edmund
Marcade  (Shakespearean)
'Love's Labours Lost' Lord Attending on the Princess of France
Marcail  (Scottish)
Pearl
Marcario  (Greek)
Blessed
Marcas  (Irish)
Of Mars. The Roman Fertility God Mars for Whom March Was Named
Marcas  (Scottish)
Of Mars. The Roman Fertility God Mars for Whom March Was Named
Marceau  (Latin)
Warring
Marceau  (French)
Form of the Latin Marcellus Meaning Hammer
Marcel  (French)
Young Warrior
Marcel  (French)
Form of the Latin Marcellus Meaning Hammer
Marcel  (Latin)
Variant of Marcellus: Hammer; Warring
Marcela  (Spanish)
Warring
Marcelina  (Latin)
Of Mars. Mars Was Mythological Roman God of Fertility for Whom the Month March Was Named; Mythologically Identified With the Greek War God Ares
Marcelinda  (Latin)
Of Mars. Mars Was Mythological Roman God of Fertility for Whom the Month March Was Named; Mythologically Identified With the Greek War God Ares
Marcelino  (Italian)
Form of the Latin Marcellus Meaning Hammer
Marcell  (Latin)
Warlike
Marcell  (Italian)
Form of the Latin Marcellus Meaning Hammer
Marcella  (Scottish)
Derived from the French Marcelle, a Feminine Form of Marcel. Uncertain Derivation and Meaning. (Mar-seh-lah)
Marcella  (Latin)
Feminine Form of Marcellus: Hammer; Warring
Marcella  (Latin)
Martial (Marcelle, Marceiline)
Marcella  (French)
Warring
Marcella  (Teutonic)
Warring
Marcella  (Latin)
Young Warrior
Marcelle  (Latin)
Feminine Form of Marcellus: Hammer; Warring
Marcelle  (French)
Warring
Marcellia  (French)
Warring
Marcellin  (Latin)
Hammer
Marcellina  (Latin)
Of Mars. Mars Was Mythological Roman God of Fertility for Whom the Month March Was Named; Mythologically Identified With the Greek War God Ares
Marcelline  (Latin)
Warring
Marcello  (Latin)
Young Warrior
Marcello  (Italian)
Form of the Latin Marcellus Meaning Hammer
Marcellus  (Latin)
Hammer. Also a Diminutive of Marcus: Mars (Roman God of War). A Family Name in Ancient Rome
Marcellus  (Shakespearean)
'Hamlet, Prince of Denmark' an Officer
Marcellus  (Latin)
Young Warrior
Marcelo  (Italian)
Form of the Latin Marcellus Meaning Hammer
Marcely  (Latin)
Hammer
Marcelyn  (Latin)
Of Mars. Mars Was Mythological Roman God of Fertility for Whom the Month March Was Named; Mythologically Identified With the Greek War God Ares
Marcena  (Latin)
Of Mars. Feminine of Marcus. Mars Was Mythological Roman God of Fertility Also Identified With the Greek War God Ares
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