Marcellino

Marcellino meaning and origin

Gender: Boy
Origin: Latin and Greek
Usage: Italian
Meaning: Consecrated to the God Mars
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Marcellino's meaning is Consecrated to the God Mars is used as a boy name and is primarily used in Italian is rooted from Greek and Latin. Marcellino is version of eternal and predominant Marcel. Marcel is French cognate of Marcellus or Markus. Also Marcel is French cognate of Marcellus. Unwonted Marcel came from Greek and Latin, meaning of Marcel is "Form of Marc, Little Warrior and God of War Mars Ordained". Marcellino is celebrated on January 16th.

Variants of Marcellino

Marcellinus, Marcel, Marcellus, Marcele, Marcelin, Marcelinus, Markus, Marcus

Names that rhyme with Marcellino

Popularity of Marcellino

Marcellino is an uncommon baby name in United States, even after 42 years of presence it could not make beyond the top 3000. Over 266 people have been named Marcellino in United States. In France, it has been in use since 1958 and achieved its top ranking of 834 in 1958. Marcellino is a common name in Italy while somewhat familiar name in Indonesia, South Africa, Brazil and Netherlands. As per our estimate, over 2000 babies have been bestowed Marcellino around the globe.

YearRankBirths
2018120805
201796257
2015704411
2014120785
2013121035
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Marcellino in Nordic countries

CountriesMenWomen
First NameSecondary NameFirst NameSecondary Name
Netherlands42417105
Sweden5105
Denmark4000

What numerology tells about Marcellino?

You need to communicate with people in order to expand your knowledge and widen your perspective. Your motto is: be the change you want to see in the world and make a difference while you are alive. Push yourself but not others who clearly don't like to be pushed but enjoy their comfort zone. The letter M as your cornerstone reveals you are a workhorse, meaning you enjoy working more than you enjoy anything else.

Other names similar to Marcellino

  •  Gioacchina is originated from Hebrew, Gioacchina means "One Who Supplants" mainly used in Italian
  •  Giacinto - Anomalous Giacinto came from Old Greek is especially used in Italian, Giacinto means "Hyakinthos" is used for baby boys
  •  Lino - Prevailing unisex name Lino is dominantly used in Italian, meaning of Lino is "Mourn or Lament" is rooted from Latin and Old Greek
  •  Gennaro means January or Door is a boy name commonly used in Italian came from Latin
  •  Gulielma - Of Germanic and Old High German origin, Gulielma is used in Italian, Gulielma means "Helmet, Will or Protection" is bestowed upon girls
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