Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Martin"

People with the first name "Martin"

Martin Abbott Martin Alber Martin Allweis Martin Baer Martin Baldwin Martin Banks Martin Barth Martin Beattie Martin Bolton Martin Brinkworth Martin Brockhouse Martin Broom Martin Brudy Martin Buckingham Martin Burton Martin Böhm Martin Carey Martin Catlin Martin Chaddock Martin Chorley Martin Conti Martin Davey Martin Dickson Martin Donnelly Martin Dorn Martin Douglas Martin Dudgeon Martin Eatock Martin Edelman Martin Engel Martin Erdmann Martin Ewence Martin Flowerdew Martin Frey Martin Gallagher Martin Garside Martin Gillibrand Martin Gloss Martin Goldberg Martin Gooding Martin Gotrel Martin Greenshields Martin Gruschka Martin Gurney Martin Habla Martin Hagen Martin Hasson Martin Heller Martin Hill-Lonergan Martin Hoffman Martin Jolly Martin Kamke Martin Kammler Martin Kaufhold Martin Knightly Martin Koenig Martin Krämer Martin Kurrein Martin Landler Martin Laverty Martin Ledigo Martin Liedl Martin Lindsey Martin Lion Martin Maceachen Martin Mathers Martin Mcintyre Martin Mcniven Martin Moir Martin Molnar Martin Montague Lange Martin Mullaney Martin Nesirky Martin O'gorman Martin Ofner Martin P. Wakely Martin Pashley Martin Paterson Martin Perkins Martin Pick Martin Raff Martin Raybould Martin Reid Martin Rese Martin Riddle Martin Schlotter Martin Scholz Martin Schuster Martin Shalloe Martin Stahel Martin Steel Martin Stinchcombe Martin Strobl Martin Sulzer Martin Topolski Martin Tupy Martin Voelk Martin Wharin Martin Whitfield Martin Wittner

Information about "Martin"

Name-day: 3.11., 11.11., 12.11.

For this Martin there are 31403 different names on Yasni.

Most common last names for Martin are: Braniff, Wunder, Alvarado

In the ranking of the most common first names Martin is on position 20.

During the last seven days Martin was searched for 14 times.

Meaning of "Martin"

Male first name (German, English, French, Russian, Slavic, Romanian): Martin, Latin (Roman mythology); mars = Mars, goes back to the Roman surname 'Martin', which goes back again to the name of the war god Mars, spread by the name of St.. Martin (4th century), who shared his cloak with a beggar; previously contributed 5 popes named Martin and Martin

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