What Does The Name Marco Mean?


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Lakshmipriya Nair Profile
Marco is a name for males. It is often used as a first name for baby boys. It is pronounced as MAR-koh. It is a name that has originated from the Latin language. Italians and Portuguese usually use this name a lot. Marcus and Marcos are the variants of this name. This word is also very popular as a surname.

This name might have originated from the Roman family name Marcus. It means warlike. It is named after the Roman god of war, Mars. The famous traveller Marco polo is a one of the people who had the name Marco. He was an explorer from Venice. He travelled far and wide and many even credit him for bringing ice cream to Europe for the first time.
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Anonymous answered
Marco means the war-like, its an italian name, and very popular. The name is very kool
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steph garcia answered
It means cute, hot, god of war. It is also my boyfriends name
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Akshay Kalbag answered
Marco is a very popular masculine first name. It is mainly used in Italian, Spanish and Portuguese. It is pronounced Mahr-ko in both Italian and Spanish. It is a name which has two syllables, namely the syllables Mahr and ko. More emphasis is put on the first of the two syllables which make up the name Marco, namely the syllable Mahr.

It is the Italian, Spanish and Portuguese form of the common English name Mark. The most famous bearer of the name is Marco Polo. Marco Polo was an explorer in the 13th century. He hailed from the city of Venice in Italy. He travelled across the largest continent in the world, Asia, and then travelled to China.

Marco is also the name of one hurricane and one storm. It is also the name of the Italian footballer Marco Materazzi, who was the victim of the infamous head-butt by the French soccer legend Zinedine Zidane at the World Cup final in the city of Berlin, the capital of Germany, on July 9, 2006.

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