Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Martin"

People with the first name "Martin"

Martin Alfreds Martin Anga Martin Bagshaw Martin Ballard Martin Bayntun Martin Beecham Martin Bishop-Apsey Martin Brommell Martin Buhagiar Martin Canavan Martin Carling Martin Cavanagh Martin Chandler Martin Cleary Martin Cohen Martin Conquest Martin Corkill Martin Counsell Martin Cranfield Martin Creydt Martin Cuddihy Martin Curno Martin Daliga Martin Dalley Martin Davolls Martin Doms Martin Dowley Martin Eastgate Martin Elsner Martin Elwood Martin Falder Martin Fitzwater Martin Fredriksen Martin Gilleran Martin Goff Martin Goldammer Martin Gravelle Martin Greenfield Martin Grennall Martin Gustyn Martin Görlich Martin Hadley Martin Hanbury Martin Hancox Martin Hannah Martin Harkess Martin Harrop Martin Henrichs Martin Hickey Martin Hillman Martin Hitz Martin Hobbs Martin Holford Martin Hoscik Martin Howley Martin Hurni Martin Jelinek Martin Jensen Martin Kalle Martin Kelm Martin Kenneth Martin Kerswell Martin Kessel Martin Kinnear Martin Klumpp Martin Landman Martin Lashley Martin Lesage Martin Levien Martin Linforth Martin Locher Martin Luklinski Martin Marcus Martin McGiff Martin Mudie Martin Osborne Martin Peberdy Martin Philips Martin Puch Martin Randle Martin Ray Martin Reading Martin Ruggli Martin Sanders-Hewett Martin Scampion Martin Schenkel Martin Scherer Martin Schöne Martin Seamark Martin Spies Martin Storr Martin Urwin-Wright Martin Vizzard Martin Weigold Martin Welsch Martin Wenzl Martin Willbond-Smith Martin Womersley Martin Yirrell Martin de Lewandowicz

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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