Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Martin"

People with the first name "Martin"

Martin Adlington Martin Adu Kwapong Martin Allin Martin Anderle Martin Barson Martin Beck-Burridge Martin Beese Martin Bellotti Martin Bessex Martin Betteridge Martin Bleck Martin Braune Martin Bristow Martin Browell Martin Bunda Martin Burne Martin Burrows-Gee Martin Cahoon Martin Causey Martin Cleworth Martin Coats Martin Crafer Martin D. Kilbey Martin Dowell Martin Fiddes Martin Flack Martin Flegg Martin Florek Martin Forster-Jones Martin Frater Martin Froude Martin Gafner Martin Gallichan Martin Giggins Martin Goodwin-Grafton Martin Gray-Nunn Martin Hake Martin Hassett Martin Hennigan Martin Hoggarth Martin Houghton-Evans Martin J. Sabine Martin J. Swales Martin Kitts Martin Koban Martin Kree Martin Larner Martin Leal Martin Leeder Martin Lentz Martin Lidbetter Martin Lingard Martin Litting Martin Lockley Martin Lundie Martin M. Fraser Martin Mactaggart Martin Marfe Martin Maytum Martin Meffert Martin Mertens Martin Misof Martin Moloney Martin Mova Martin Nicolas Martin Nighy Martin O'prey Martin Olney Martin Ostrom Martin Parke Martin Pepper Martin Perkin Martin Pilarski Martin Proba Martin R. Brooks Martin Radich Martin Railton Martin Reitzig Martin Rensner Martin Rimington Martin Ruffle Martin San Martin Sanville Martin Satchell Martin Snaith Martin Somerset Martin Strnadel Martin Swaffer Martin Thornley Martin Thrower Martin Tipper Martin Valentine Martin Waterstone Martin Weetman Martin Widden Martin Wiseman Martin Witter Martin Worster Martin Zahradka Martin Zuch

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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