Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Martin"

People with the first name "Martin"

Martin Anga Martin Antal Martin Armet Martin Bagshaw Martin Beardmore Martin Beecham Martin Benn Martin Bligh Martin Blumenau Martin Blundell Martin Bott Martin Brack Martin Bradbury Martin Brehm Martin Brommell Martin Canavan Martin Capak Martin Cerny Martin Cheetham Martin Cleary Martin Clee Martin Clenaghan Martin Coen Martin Cohen Martin Corfe Martin Cornhill Martin Cragg Martin Craghill Martin Culbertson Martin Cullen Martin Davolls Martin Decot Martin Diggle Martin Disler Martin Dominguez Martin Dorchester Martin Eaden Martin Esser Martin Finnin Martin Fitzwater Martin Gammie Martin Gehrt Martin Gildea Martin Goff Martin Gratz Martin Görlich Martin Hadi Martin Hadley Martin Hannah Martin Harasim Martin Hayman Martin Heckscher Martin Heide Martin Hickley Martin Hobbs Martin Holton Martin Horler Martin Hoscik Martin I Anson Martin Igoe Martin Imhof Martin Jakubait Martin Jensen Martin Karran Martin Kelm Martin Kilian Martin Kingshott Martin Klumpp Martin Kochman Martin Lampkin Martin Legdon Martin Lerch Martin Linforth Martin Lobb Ballard Martin Locher Martin Luck Martin Mansell Martin McPherson-Pottle Martin Mcguckin Martin O'Boyle Martin Paynton Martin Peberdy Martin Pesendorfer Martin Philips Martin Plaser Martin Portman Martin Poupard Martin R Gundry Martin Rau Martin Reason Martin Renker Martin Roche-Nishimori Martin Rohde Martin Ruskov Martin Senn Martin Statham Martin Steers Martin Sylvester Martin Urwin-Wright Martin de Lewandowicz

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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