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Forename Marko

In the entire world, Marko (Marko Serbia Croatia Germany Slovenia Bosnia and Herzegovina, Марк Russia Ukraine Bulgaria Belarus, Марко Russia Ukraine Bulgaria Serbia, along with others...) is a very common male forename. Firstname Marko is characteristic to Southern Europe, particularly Serbia, where it is a very common male name, Montenegro, and Croatia (explore name in all countries). In absolute terms it is most frequently occurring in Serbia, Croatia, and Russia. Very seldom, Marko is the last name as well as a forename.

Transliterations and variants of Marko

VARIANTCOUNTRY
Marko Germany, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Croatia
Марк Russia, Belarus, Bulgaria, Ukraine
Марко Serbia, Russia, Bulgaria, Ukraine
ماركو Egypt, Jordan, Sudan, Iraq
מרקו Israel
マルコ Japan

First name Marko in the context

Marko is also a prevalent name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Marko Vukcic , character in Nero Wolfe bibliography; Beast Boy , the fictional superhero, Titans; Marko Ramius , the fictional Soviet officer, The Hunt for Red October; Marko , the character from the novel Impure blood and Marko Lazarević , the character from novel Before dawn : a novel in two parts, and in many other works.

First names said to be same

M., Marc, Marco, Marco Pérez, Marcos, Marcu, Marcus, Marek, Mark, Markas, Markko, Markku, Markus, Markò, Markó, Markô, Màrko, Màrkò, Márk, Márko, Márkus, Márkó, Mârkô, Mãrko, Mãrkô, Μάρκος, Марак, Марек, Марка, Маркку, Маркос, Марку, Маркус, Маркуш, Марэк, מארכו, מארק, מארקו, מרכוס, מרק, מרקוס, الرسول, مارك, ماركوس, ماريك, مارک, مارکو, মার্ক, มาร์โก, マルク, マルクス, マルコス, マーカス, マーク, マーコ, 馬克, 马克, 马尔科, and 马科

Notable namesakes

picture of Marcus Gavius Apicius Marcus Gavius Apicius Marcus Gavius Apicius 1st century AD Roman aristocrat and gourmet, Ancient Rome (b. 25) link
picture of Marcus Ulpius Traianus Marcus Ulpius Traianus Marcus Ulpius Traianus father of emperor Trajan, Ancient Rome (b. 30) link
picture of Quintilian Quintilian Quintilian 1st century Hispanic-born Roman educator and rhetorician, Ancient Rome (b. 35) link
picture of Marcus Valerius Probus Marcus Valerius Probus Marcus Valerius Probus 1st century Roman grammarian and critic, Ancient Rome (b. 50) link
picture of Verrius Flaccus Verrius Flaccus Verrius Flaccus Roman lexicographer and writer, Ancient Rome (b. 55) link
Marcus Asinius Agrippa Roman senator and suffect consul, Ancient Rome (b. 9) 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
Marcus Aemilius Lepidus Roman consul 6 AD, Ancient Rome (b. 29) link
picture of Mark Antony Mark Antony Mark Antony Roman politician and general, Ancient Rome (b. 82) link
Marcus Vettius Bolanus Roman governor, Ancient Rome (b. 33) link
picture of Marcus Junius Brutus Marcus Junius Brutus Marcus Junius Brutus assassin of Julius Caesar, Ancient Rome (b. 85) 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 Marcus Annius Verus Marcus Annius Verus Marcus Annius Verus Father of Marcus Aurelius, Ancient Rome (b. 94) link
Marcus Lurius politician, Ancient Rome (b. 50) link
Marcus Titius politician, Ancient Rome (b. 50) link
picture of Marcus Manilius Marcus Manilius Marcus Manilius Roman writer, Ancient Rome (b. 100) link
Marcus Annius Libo paternal uncle of Marcus Aurelius, Ancient Rome (b. 50) link
Marcus Appius Bradua politician, Ancient Rome (b. 50) link
Marcus Rutilius Lupus politician, Ancient Rome (b. 50) link
Marcus Licinius Crassus soldier and politician, Ancient Rome (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 Caelius Rufus Ancient Roman politician and orator, Ancient Rome (b. 82) link
Marcus Antistius Labeo 1st century BC/AD Roman jurist and author, Ancient Rome (b. 100) link
Marcus Cornelius Fronto Roman consul, Ancient Rome (b. 100) link
Marcus Furius Camillus 1st century AD Roman senator and consul, Ancient Rome (b. 100) link
Marcus Annius Verus Adoptive father of Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius, Ancient Rome (b. 100) link
Marcus Cocceius Nerva politician, Ancient Rome (b. 100) link
Marcus Junius Silanus Roman consul 25 BC, Ancient Rome (b. 100) link
Marcus Herennius Roman consul, Ancient Rome (b. 101) link
Marcus Calpurnius Bibulus Roman general and consul, Ancient Rome (b. 102) link
Marcus Tullius Tiro secretary of Cicero, slave then freedman, Ancient Rome (b. 103) link
Marcus Furius Bibaculus Roman poet, Ancient Rome (b. 103) link
Marcus Atius Balbus maternal grandfather of the emperor Augustus, Ancient Rome (b. 105) link
Marcus Petreius Roman politician and general, Ancient Rome (b. 110) link
Marcus Aemilius Lepidus Consul of the Roman Republic in 78 BC, Ancient Rome (b. 120) link
Marcus Livius Drusus tribune of the plebs 91 BC, Ancient Rome (b. 124) link
Marcus Perperna Roman consul, Ancient Rome (b. 140) link
Marcus Octavius Roman tribune 133 BC, Ancient Rome (b. 150) link
Marcus Aurelius Cotta Roman general, politician and consul, Ancient Rome (b. 150) link
picture of Marcus Claudius Tacitus Marcus Claudius Tacitus Marcus Claudius Tacitus Roman emperor, Ancient Rome (b. 200) link
Marcus Statius Priscus Roman consul, Ancient Rome (b. 150) link
Marcus Caecilius Metellus Roman general, Ancient Rome (b. 158) link
Marcus Minucius Thermus RomanPropaetor, Ancient Rome (b. 200) link
Marcus Junius Silanus consul 109 BC, Ancient Rome (b. 200) link
Marcus Minucius Felix Latin-language writer, Ancient Rome (b. 200) link
Marcus Aurelius Cleander Roman commander of the Praetorian Guard and favorite of the emperor Commodus, Ancient Rome (b. 200) link
Marcus Perperna Roman conusl, Ancient Rome (b. 200) link
Marcus Perpenna Vento first century BC Roman, one of the conspirators behind the assassination of Sertorius, Ancient Rome (b. 200) link
Marcus Aurelius Scaurus Roman general and senator, Ancient Rome (b. 200) link
Marcus Livius Drusus Ancient Roman statesman and general. Opponent of Gaius Gracchus., Ancient Rome (b. 200) link
Marcus Aemilius Lepidus Roman consul 158 BC, Ancient Rome (b. 201) link
Pacuvius Ancient Roman poet, Ancient Rome (b. 220) link
picture of Marcus Atilius Regulus Marcus Atilius Regulus Marcus Atilius Regulus Roman statesman and general, Ancient Rome (b. 299) link
Marcus Valerius Messalla politician, Ancient Rome (b. 250) link
Marcus Fabius Buteo politician, Ancient Rome (b. 250) link
picture of Marcus Aemilius Lepidus Marcus Aemilius Lepidus Marcus Aemilius Lepidus Roman consul 187 BC, Ancient Rome (b. 300) link
Marcus Livius Salinator Roman consul, Ancient Rome (b. 254) link
Marcus Valerius Laevinus Roman consul, Ancient Rome (b. 260) link
Marcus Aemilius Lepidus Roman consul 232 BC, Ancient Rome (b. 280) link
Marcus Popillius Laenas politician and soldier, Ancient Rome (b. 300) link
Marcus Baebius Tamphilus politician and diplomat, consul in 181 BCE, Ancient Rome (b. 300) link
Marcus Minucius Rufus Roman consul, Ancient Rome (b. 300) link
Marcus Fulvius Nobilior roman politician, Ancient Rome (b. 300) link
Marcus Valerius Messalla politician, Ancient Rome (b. 300) link
Marcus Junius Pera politician, Ancient Rome (b. 300) link
Marcus Valerius Messalla Roman consul, Ancient Rome (b. 300) link
Marcus Atilius Regulus Roman consul of 227 BC who died at the Battle of Cannae in 216 BC., Ancient Rome (b. 300) link
Marcus Cornelius Cethegus Roman consul, Ancient Rome (b. 300) link
Marcus Atilius Regulus politician, Ancient Rome (b. 301) link
Marcus Fulvius Nobilior Ancient Rome (b. 300) link
Marcus Fulvius Flaccus Roman consul and general, Ancient Rome (b. 350) link
picture of Marcus Furius Camillus Marcus Furius Camillus Marcus Furius Camillus politician and soldier, Ancient Rome (b. 446) link
Marcus Popillius Laenas officer and politician, Ancient Rome (b. 400) link
Marcus Fabius Ambustus Roman consul and general, Ancient Rome (b. 450) link
picture of Marcus Manlius Marcus Manlius Marcus Manlius Roman consul, Ancient Rome (b. 500) link
Marcus Horatius Pulvillus late 6th century BC Roman politician involved in the expulsion of Rome's last king, Ancient Rome (b. 600) link
Marcus Minucius Augurinus Roman consul, Ancient Rome (b. 600) link
picture of Marko Mrnjavčević Marko Mrnjavčević Marko Mrnjavčević Serbian medieval ruler and fictional character (b. 1335) link
Marko Pećki Serbian medieval writer (b. 1360) link
Marko Andrijić (b. 1500) link
picture of Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger Flemish painter, active in England, Netherlands (b. 1561) link
Marko Wiz Mayor of Ljubliana, Holy Roman Empire (b. 1569) link
picture of Marko Mesić Marko Mesić Marko Mesić Croatian Roman Catholic priest (b. 1640) link
picture of Marko Gerbec Marko Gerbec Marko Gerbec Physician, scientist, Holy Roman Empire (b. 1658) link
picture of Marko Martinović Marko Martinović Marko Martinović (b. 1663) link
Marko Polig Holy Roman Empire (b. 1619) link
Marko Anton Kappus Slovenian explorer and Jesuit missionary, Holy Roman Empire (b. 1657) link
Marko Jožef Perizhoffer Perizhoff auf Ehrenhaimb Holy Roman Empire (b. 1656) link
Marko Andrijasevic (b. 1670) link
picture of Marko Pohlin Marko Pohlin Marko Pohlin Slovenian linguist, Holy Roman Empire (b. 1735) link
picture of Marko Ivelich Marko Ivelich Marko Ivelich (b. 1740) link
Marko Joahim Kappus Holy Roman Empire (b. 1693) link
Marko Anton Plenčič Germ Theory, Holy Roman Empire (b. 1705) link
Marko Sodnig Slovene mathematician, Holy Roman Empire (b. 1729) link
Marko Layer Holy Roman Empire (b. 1727) link
Marko Ziso (b. 1736) link
Marko Vojnović Imperial Russian Navy admiral, Russian Empire (b. 1750) link

Characteristic surnames

Jovanovic, Nikolic, Petrovic, Polo, Horvat, Ilic, Stojanovic, Marić, and Djordjevic