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Forename Μάρκος

All around the world, Μάρκος (Marcos Brazil United States Mexico Venezuela Argentina, Marcus Brazil United States Mexico Venezuela Argentina, Markos Brazil United States Mexico Venezuela Argentina) is an extremely common masculine given name. Given name Μάρκος is characteristic to Brazil, where it is a common manly name, Venezuela, and Sweden (explore name in all countries). Measured by an absolute frequency it is the most numerous in Brazil, the United States, and Mexico. Very seldom, Μάρκος is the last name as well as a forename.

Μάρκος is also a name from the Bible. Explore more in our Biblical names portal!

Translations, transliterations and names similar to the name Μάρκος

name ماركس, name Marc, name Markku, name מרקו, name مارك, name Markas, name Markos, name Marcus, name マルク, name ماركوس, name Márk, name মার্ক, name マーカス, name 馬克, name Márkos, name مارکو, name Marco, name M., name Марак, name Марэк, name Márkus, name Марк, name Марка, name Маркуш, name Markus, name Marcos, name マーク, name 马尔科, name Marx, name مارک, name Mark, name Маркус, name מארק, name ماريك, name マルコ, name ماركو, name Markuss, name Маркку, name Марек, name Маркс, name מרקס, name Μάρκος, name マルクス, name マーコ, name מרכוס, name Marko, name Марко, name Marek, name מרקוס, name Маркос, name 马克, name マルコス, name Марку
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Marcus, Markos, Marcos United States, Brazil, Venezuela, Mexico, Argentina
Μάρκος Greece

First name Μάρκος in the context

Μάρκος is also a prevalent name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Marcus Didius Falco , the fictional human; Marcus Flint , the character from the Harry Potter universe; Marcus Corvinus , the fictional character in the film series Underworld; Marcus Wright , the character in Terminator Salvation and Marcus Burnett , the fictional character in the Bad Boys franchise, Bad Boys for Life, and in many other works.

Notable namesakes

picture of Antonius Felix Antonius Felix Antonius Felix 1st century Roman politician and procurator of the Judea Province, Ancient Rome (b. 10) link
picture of Quintilian Quintilian Quintilian 1st century Hispanic-born Roman educator and rhetorician, Ancient Rome (b. 35) link
picture of Marcus Claudius Marcellus Marcus Claudius Marcellus Marcus Claudius Marcellus Nephew of Roman Emperor Augustus, Ancient Rome (b. 42) link
picture of Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa ancient Roman statesman and general, Ancient Rome (b. 63) link
Marcus Lollius Roman consul, Ancient Rome (b. 25) link
picture of Mark Antony Mark Antony Mark Antony Roman politician and general, Ancient Rome (b. 82) link
picture of Marcus Aemilius Lepidus Marcus Aemilius Lepidus Marcus Aemilius Lepidus 1st-century BC Roman politician, consul, and triumvir, Ancient Rome (b. 89) link
picture of Cato the Younger Cato the Younger Cato the Younger political opponent of Julius Caesar, Ancient Rome (b. 95) link
picture of Marcus Ambibulus Marcus Ambibulus Marcus Ambibulus Roman prefect, Ancient Rome (b. 100) link
picture of Marcus Manilius Marcus Manilius Marcus Manilius Roman writer, Ancient Rome (b. 100) link
Marcus Milonius Verus Junianus military diplomat (b. 50) link
picture of Marcus of Antioch Marcus of Antioch Marcus of Antioch ancient Greek olympics childrens wrestling victor in 1st century AD (b. 100) link
picture of Cicero Cicero Cicero Roman philosopher and statesman, Ancient Rome (b. 106) link
Marcus Domitius Justinus (b. 50) link
Marcus Ulpius Marcellus (b. 50) link
picture of Marcus Licinius Crassus Marcus Licinius Crassus Marcus Licinius Crassus Roman consul, Ancient Rome (b. 115) link
picture of Marcus Terentius Varro Marcus Terentius Varro Marcus Terentius Varro ancient Latin scholar, Ancient Rome (b. 116) link
picture of Marcus Aurelius Marcus Aurelius Marcus Aurelius Emperor of Ancient Rome, Ancient Rome (b. 121) link
Marcus Actorius Naso Ancient Roman biographer, Ancient Rome (b. 100) link
Marcus Julius Vestinus Atticus 1st century Roman senator and consul, Ancient Rome (b. 100) link
Marcus Tullius Tiro secretary of Cicero, slave then freedman, Ancient Rome (b. 103) link
Marcus of Jerusalem First non-Jewish bishop of Jerusalem (b. 135) link
picture of Marcus Claudius Tacitus Marcus Claudius Tacitus Marcus Claudius Tacitus Roman emperor, Ancient Rome (b. 200) link
Marcus Campanius Marcellus (b. 150) link
Marcus Flaccinius Marcellus (b. 150) link
Marcus Claudius Menander (b. 150) link
Marcus Caecilius Donatianus (b. 150) link
Marcus Antonius Creticus Ancient Roman politician and general, Ancient Rome (b. 200) link
Domesticos of Ephesus ancient olympian (b. 200) link
Asclepiades of Alexandria ancient Greek olympian (b. 200) link
Philosebastus of Ephesus ancient olympian (b. 200) link
Marcus Licinius Ripanus (b. 200) link
Marcus Plautius Lycon (b. 200) link
Marcus I of Byzantium (b. 200) link
picture of Marcus Claudius Marcellus Marcus Claudius Marcellus Marcus Claudius Marcellus Roman military leader and Second Punic War general, Ancient Rome (b. 270) link
picture of Mark Mark Mark pope (b. 290) link
Marcus Fabius Licinus politician and soldier, Ancient Rome (b. 250) link
Marcus Aurelius Peius ancient olympian (b. 300) link
picture of Marcus Eremita Marcus Eremita Marcus Eremita Christian theologian, saint, and ascetic writer (b. 360) link
Marcus Aurelius Hermagoras (b. 300) link
picture of Marcus of Viterbo Marcus of Viterbo Marcus of Viterbo Catholic cardinal (b. 1304) link
Marcus de Advocatis author (b. 1301) link
Marcus de Zacchis 1399-1469 (b. 1399) link
Marcus de Perusio author (b. 1401) link
picture of Marcus Fugger Marcus Fugger Marcus Fugger (b. 1448) link
Marcus Schedel (b. 1408) link
picture of Marcus Musurus Marcus Musurus Marcus Musurus Greek scholar and philosopher, Republic of Venice (b. 1470) link
picture of Marcus Fugger Marcus Fugger Marcus Fugger (b. 1488) link
Marcus Brandis German printer, Germany (b. 1455) link
Marcus Schinnagel (b. 1450) link
Marcus Ayrer (b. 1450) link
Marcus von Weida Germany (b. 1450) link
picture of Marcus Swyn Marcus Swyn Marcus Swyn (b. 1505) link
picture of Marcus van Vaernewijck Marcus van Vaernewijck Marcus van Vaernewijck Flemish historian, Habsburg Netherlands (b. 1518) link
picture of Marcus Gheeraerts the Elder Marcus Gheeraerts the Elder Marcus Gheeraerts the Elder Flemish printmaker, painter and draughtsman, Southern Netherlands (b. 1519) link
Marcus Sulzer (b. 1461) link
picture of Marcos Criado Marcos Criado Marcos Criado Spanish presbyter, España (b. 1522) link
Marcus Antonius Antimachus Scholar and translator (b. 1473) link
picture of Markus Fugger Markus Fugger Markus Fugger German businessman, Germany (b. 1529) link
Marcos de Niza French explorer (b. 1495) link
Marcus Laurinus Habsburg Netherlands (b. 1488) link
Marx Böblinger German builder, Germany (b. 1500) link
Marx Meyer German blacksmith, Germany (b. 1500) link
Marcus Heiland German theologian, Germany (b. 1500) link
Marcos de Aguilar Royal governor of New Spain, Imperio español (b. 1500) link
Marcus Hopper Swiss philologist and university teacher, CH (b. 1501) link
Marcus Lyresius roman-catholic bishop (b. 1505) link
Marcus Tatius Alpinus Swiss translator, CH (b. 1509) link
Mark of Lisbon Portuguese historian and bishop, Portugal (b. 1511) link
Marcos Farfán de los Godos (b. 1501) link
picture of Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger Flemish painter, active in England, Netherlands (b. 1561) link
Marcus Deas Veringer (b. 1504) link
Marcus Pape (b. 1505) link
Marcos Cipac de Aquino sixteenth century Nahua artist (b. 1517) link
picture of Marcus Lycklama à Nijeholt Marcus Lycklama à Nijeholt Marcus Lycklama à Nijeholt politician (b. 1573) link
picture of Marx Fugger von Kirchberg-Weissenhorn Marx Fugger von Kirchberg-Weissenhorn Marx Fugger von Kirchberg-Weissenhorn (b. 1564) link
Marcus Laurinus jr. Humanist, collector, bibliophile, and numismatist, Spanish Netherlands (b. 1525) link
Marcus Willems Born 1527, in Mechelen died 1561, in Mechelen. Flemish School, Painter. History painting. (b. 1527) link
Marcos Pérez Swiss entrepreneur, CH (b. 1527) link
Marcus Jordanus Danish cartographer and mathematician, Denmark (b. 1531) link
Marcus Nevianus (b. 1530) link
Marcus Zum Lamm German jurist, Germany (b. 1544) link
Marcos de Lucio España (b. 1535) link
Markus Tegginger Germany (b. 1540) link
Marcos de Aguilera Spanish painter, España (b. 1550) link
Marcos Alonso de la Garza y del Arcón Spanish military personnel, España (b. 1551) link
Marcus Lüschow (b. 1541) link
Marcos Orozco España (b. 1545) link
Marcus Beumler 1555-1611 Alternative names: Beumler, Markus Titles or roles: Theologian student in Tübingen, 1580-84 in Heidelberg, 1584 rector of the school in Neuhausen / Pfalz, 1587 professor of theology and Greek, Zurich, CH (b. 1555) link
Marcus Vertranius Maurus French jurist and philologist (b. 1555) link
picture of Marx Philipp Fugger Marx Philipp Fugger Marx Philipp Fugger (b. 1598) link
Marcus Hassaeus (b. 1549) link
Marcos de Guadalajara y Javier Spanish writer, España (b. 1560) link
Marcus Henning born:1561|died:1650| Henning, Marcus, 1561- Henning, Marcus 1561-16XX Henning, Marcus (b. 1561) link
picture of Marcus Christensen Humble Marcus Christensen Humble Marcus Christensen Humble Norway (b. 1601) link
picture of Marcus Zuerius van Boxhorn Marcus Zuerius van Boxhorn Marcus Zuerius van Boxhorn Dutch linguist, Netherlands (b. 1612) link
Marcus de Vogelaer (b. 1553) link
Marcus Gerstenberger (b. 1553) link
Marcus Henrici Helsingius Finnish philosopher, Finland (b. 1565) link
Marcus Albrecht (b. 1556) link

Characteristic surnames

Μάρκου, Μαρκάκης, and Ιωαννίδης