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Names That Mean Marty

94 names found for "Marty"   (page 1 of 2) 

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Looking for names that mean Marty? We couldn't find the exact name Marty, but listed below are some first names meaning Marty or names similar to the word Marty.

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Agacia  (Greek)
Variant of Agatha: Good. St. Agatha Was a 3rd Century Christian Martyr. Agatha Was Popular During the Middle Ages. Famous Bearer: TwentieBritish Mystery Writer Agatha Christie
Agatha  (Greek)
Good. St. Agatha Was a 3rd Century Christian Martyr. Agatha Was Popular During the Middle Ages. Famous Bearer: TwentieBritish Mystery Writer Agatha Christie
Aggie  (Greek)
Diminutive of Agnes: Poor, Poor, or Chaste. St. Agnes Was a 3rd Century Christian Martyr Whose January St Feast Day is Described in Keats' Poem 'The Eve of St Agnes'.
Agnes  (Greek)
Poor, Poor, or Chaste. St. Agnes Was a 3rd Century Christian Martyr Whose January St Feast Day is Described in Keats' Poem 'The Eve of St Agnes'.
Agneta  (Greek)
Variant of Agnes: Poor, Pure, or Chaste. St. Agnes Was a 3rd Century Christian Martyr Whose January St Feast Day is Described in Keats' Poem 'The Eve of St Agnes'
Alban  (Latin)
From Albanus Meaning 'Of Alba', the Ancient Latin City Alba Longa, Whose Name Derives from Albus Meaning White. St Alban Was Britain's First Martyr
Albany  (Latin)
Variant of Alban: from Albanus Meaning 'Of Alba', the Ancient Latin City Alba Longa, Whose Name Derives from Albus Meaning White. St Alban Was Britain's First Martyr
Anastasia  (Greek)
Resurrection. One Who Will Be Reborn. Famous Bearer: Martyr St Anastasia. Anastasia, Famous Daughter of Tsar Nicholas Li, Last Emperor of Russia, Who Many Believe Survived the Massacre of Her Family
Anis  (Greek)
Variant of the Greek Agnes, Poor, Pure, or Chaste. St. Agnes Was a 3rd Century Christian Martyr Whose January St Feast Day is Described in Keats' Poem 'The Eve of St Agnes'
Annice  (Greek)
Variant of the Greek Agnes, Poor, Pure, or Chaste. St. Agnes Was a 3rd Century Christian Martyr Whose January St Feast Day is Described in Keats' Poem 'The Eve of St Agnes'
Annis  (Greek)
Variant of the Greek Agnes, Poor, Pure, or Chaste. St. Agnes Was a 3rd Century Christian Martyr Whose January St Feast Day is Described in Keats' Poem 'The Eve of St Agnes'
Apollonia  (Greek)
Of Apollo. St Apollonia Was a 3rd-century Martyr Who Had Her Own Teeth Knocked Out, Frequently Invoked Against Toothache
Appolina  (Greek)
Variant of Apollonia: of Apollo. St Apollonia Was a 3rd-century Martyr Who Had Her Own Teeth Knocked Out, Frequently Invoked Against Toothache
Appoline  (Greek)
Variant of Apollonia: of Apollo. St Apollonia Was a 3rd-century Martyr Who Had Her Own Teeth Knocked Out, Frequently Invoked Against Toothache
Barbara  (English)
From the Greek Barbaros Meaning Foreign or Strange, Traveler from a Foreign Land. Popular in Medieval Britain After the 3rd Century Martyr St Barbara. in Catholic Custom St. Barbara is a Protectress A
Barbary  (English)
A Form of Barbara Popular in Medeival Britain After the 3rd Century Martyr St. Barbara
Caitlin  (Latin)
Variant of Catherine: Pure, Clear. Form of the Latin Katharina, from the Greek Aikaterina. Famous Bearers: a Number of Saints, Including St Catherine of Alexandria, a Th Century Martyr Who Suffered To
Caitlin  (French)
Variant of Catherine: Pure, Clear. Form of the Latin Katharina, from the Greek Aikaterina. it Was Borne by a Number of Saints, Including St Catherine of Alexandria, a Th Century Martyr Who Suffered To
Casey  (Latin)
Diminutive of Catherine: Pure, Clear. Form of the Latin 'Katharina', from the Greek 'Aikaterina'. it Was Borne by a Number of Saints, Including St Catherine of Alexandria, a Th Century Martyr Who Suff
Cath  (Latin)
Diminutive of Catherine: Pure, Clear. Form of the Latin 'Katharina', from the Greek 'Aikaterina'. it Was Borne by a Number of Saints, Including St Catherine of Alexandria, a Th Century Martyr Who Suff
Catharine  (Latin)
Pure, Clear. Form of the Latin 'Katharina', from the Greek 'Aikaterina'. it Was Borne by a Number of Saints, Including St Catherine of Alexandria, a Th Century Martyr Who Suffered Torture on a Spiked
Catherine  (French)
Pure, Clear. Form of the Latin Katharina, from the Greek Aikaterina. it Was Borne by a Number of Saints, Including St Catherine of Alexandria, a Th Century Martyr Who Suffered Torture on a Spiked Whee
Catherine  (Latin)
Pure, Clear. Form of the Latin 'Katharina', from the Greek 'Aikaterina'. it Was Borne by a Number of Saints, Including St Catherine of Alexandria, a Th Century Martyr Who Suffered Torture on a Spiked
Cathicen  (Latin)
Variant of Catherine: Pure, Clear. Form of the Latin 'Katharina', from the Greek 'Aikaterina'. it Was Borne by a Number of Saints, Including St Catherine of Alexandria, a Th Century Martyr Who Suffere
Cathy  (Latin)
Diminutive of Catherine: Pure, Clear. Form of the Latin 'Katharina', from the Greek 'Aikaterina'. it Was Borne by a Number of Saints, Including St Catherine of Alexandria, a Th Century Martyr Who Suff
Catrin  (Latin)
Variant of Catherine: Pure, Clear. Form of the Latin 'Katharina', from the Greek 'Aikaterina'. it Was Borne by a Number of Saints, Including St Catherine of Alexandria, a Th Century Martyr Who Suffere
Catriona  (Latin)
Variant of Catherine: Pure, Clear. Form of the Latin 'Katharina', from the Greek 'Aikaterina'. it Was Borne by a Number of Saints, Including St Catherine of Alexandria, a Th Century Martyr Who Suffere
Cosmo  (Greek)
From 'Kosmos' Meaning Order. St Cosmas, Patron Saint of Physicians, and His Twin Brother St Damian Were Martyred in the Early Th Century
Crespin  (Latin)
Curly-haired. The 3rd Century Martyr St. Crispin is Known As Patron of Shoemakers
Crespin  (English)
Curly-haired. The 3rd Century Martyr St. Crispin is Known As Patron of Shoemakers
Crispin  (English)
Curly-haired. The 3rd Century Martyr St. Crispin is Known As Patron of Shoemakers
Cyprian  (Latin)
From 'Cyprianus ' Meaning 'Of Cyprus'. Famous Bearer, 3rd-century Martyr St Cyprian, Was Bishop of Carthage
Dora  (Greek)
Diminutive of Dorothea: Gift of God. A Vision. Famous Bearer: St Dorothea Was Martyred at the Beginning of the Th Century
Dorothea  (Greek)
Gift of God. A Vision. Famous Bearer: St Dorothea Was Martyred at the Beginning of the Th Century
Dorothy  (Greek)
Variant of Dorothea: Gift of God. A Vision. Famous Bearer: St Dorothea Was Martyred at the Beginning of the Th Century
Dymphna  (Irish)
Variant of Dympna: from the Irish Name Damhnait, Meaning Fit or Eligible. Famous Bearer: the Martyr St Dympna, Patron Saint of the Insane
Dympna  (Irish)
From the Irish Name Damhnait, Meaning Fit or Eligible. Famous Bearer: the Martyr St Dympna, Patron Saint of the Insane
Eulalia  (Greek)
Sweetly Speaking, Sweet-spoken. Famous Bearer; Th Century Spanish Martyr St Eulalia
Euphemia  (Greek)
Auspicious Speech or Good Repute. Famous Bearer: Martyr St Euphemia
Eustace  (Greek)
Fruitful, Productive. Famous Bearer: St Eustace (Eustachins) Was a Martyred Nd Century Roman Soldier
Fabian  (Latin)
From the Roman Clan Name Fabius, Meaning Bean-grower or Bean-seller. Famous Bearer: Popular American Singer Fabian, St Fabian - 3rd-century Pope and Martyr
Fabiana  (Latin)
Feminine Form of Fabian: from the Roman Clan Name Fabius, Meaning Bean-grower or Bean-seller. Famous Bearer: Popular American Singer Fabian, St Fabian - 3rd-century Pope and Martyr
Florian  (Latin)
Flowery or Flourishing. Famous Bearer: Fourth Century Roman Martyr St. Florian
Gervase  (Celtic)
Servant Spear. This Name is Derived from Combining an Old Gcrman Name Meaning Spear, and the Celtic Word for Servant. Famous Bearer: Martyr St Gervase Who Died in Milan
Ignatius  (Greek)
Fiery. Famous Bearers: St Ignatius of Antioch, Martyred in the Nd Century. St Ignatius of Loyola, Who Founded the Jesuits in the Th Century
Inez  (Greek)
Variant of Agnes: Poor, Pure, or Chaste. St. Agnes Was a 3rd Century Christian Martyr Whose January St Feast Day is Described in Keats' Poem 'The Eve of St Agnes'
Inigo  (Greek)
Variant of Ignatius: Fiery. Famous Bearers: St Ignatius of Antioch, Martyred in the Nd Century. St Ignatius of Loyola, Who Founded the Jesuits in the Th Century
Irene  (Greek)
Peace. an Early Christian Martyr, and Later Borne by Several Byzantine Empresses
Jarvis  (Celtic)
Variant of Gervase: Servant Spear. This Name is Derived from Combining an Old Gcrman Name Meaning Spear, and the Celtic Word for Servant. Famous Bearer: Martyr St Gervase Who Died in Milan
Karen  (Latin)
Variant of Catherine: Pure, Clear. Form of the Latin 'Katharina', from the Greek 'Aikaterina'. it Was Borne by a Number of Saints, Including St Catherine of Alexandria, a Th Century Martyr Who Suffere
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