Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Martin"

People with the first name "Martin"

Martin Ainsworth Martin Akhurst Martin Ambrose Martin Awe Martin Aylward Martin Barrow-Starkey Martin Beecroft Martin Billingsley Martin Blakey Martin Brieg Martin Cannon Martin Claridge Martin Coughlan Martin Creed Martin Crocombe Martin Crossingham Martin Crotty Martin Crozier Martin Cvetkovic Martin Diehl Martin Drover Martin Druzella Martin Durance Martin Eede Martin Egan-Wyer Martin Fieldhouse Martin Gazdecki Martin Goldingay Martin Goldmann Martin Gorman Martin Grass Martin Greve Martin Gutaj Martin Hambidge Martin Hambridge Martin Harley Martin Haskayne Martin Hees Martin Hewings Martin Heyer Martin Holbraad Martin Huxter Martin Janssen Martin Jukes Martin Kaliszewski Martin Kanz Martin Koller Martin Konrad Martin Kramer Martin Kreis Martin Kress Martin Larkin Martin Lauricella Martin Love Martin Lown Martin Lux Martin Maliska Martin Mauersberg Martin Mees Martin Mikula Martin Milde Martin Neville Martin Pabst Martin Pamphilon Martin Pilnick Martin Pybus Martin Redfern Martin Rendek Martin Riby Martin Rodney Martin Rolles Martin Rolston Martin Ronchetti Martin Ruddy Martin Ryles Martin Sachenbacher Martin Scarrott Martin Schaub Martin Schleicher Martin Shoben Martin Shortland Martin Singer Martin Slicker Martin Sofield Martin Stangenberg Martin Symes Martin Tazl Martin Travis Martin Trepp Martin Vest Martin Waddell Martin Wayman Martin Wein Martin Westall Martin Wicke Martin Wins Martin Winterkorn Martin Yeoman Martin Zeidler Martin Zeller

Information about "Martin"

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

For this Martin there are 31364 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 27 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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