Mark name meaning
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What does Mark mean?
Origin of Loved and Enduring Mark is in Germanic, Latin and Greek is mainly used in Russian, German, Dutch, Greenlandic, Bengali, Swedish, English, Scandinavian, Norwegian, Gujarati, Finnish, Icelandic and Danish is a unisex name, meaning of Mark is "War-like, Mars, God of War Mars Ordained, War-Like Dedicated to Mars or Boundary".
Mark is short form of Markus. Markus is German, English and Hungarian cognate of Marcus. Also Markus is form of Mark in Dutch, German and American languages. Markus's meaning is God of War Mars Ordained, Dedicated to the God Mars and Dedicated to Mars (The Roman God of War) came from Latin and Greek..
Mark is equivalent of Names Containing the Name Element Mark in German language. Mark is celebrated on April 25.
How do I pronounce Mark?
mark is the most common way to pronounce one syllabled Mark.
Variants of Mark
How popular is the name Mark?
Mark was an extremely popular name in United States. Over 1356213 babies have been named Mark since 1880. When at the peak of its usage in 1959, the moniker grabbed the 6th spot and 58739 baby boys were given the name.
However after 244 years, the name is on free fall on the charts but still going strong on charts. Additionally, the moniker has been in the top 10 baby names 16 times Also, Mark was among the popular names in England and Wales.
Since emerging in 1996 around 10185 babies have been given the first name. When at the peak of its usage in 1996, 1222 boys were bestowed the name and it was ranked at 55th position.
However after 23 years, the name is currently sliding down on the charts. Moreover, the first name has been to the top 100 baby names 6 times Also, Mark was a popular name in Ireland.
Over 13293 babies have been given the given name in 35 years. When at the peak of its usage in 1980, 814 boys were bestowed the name and it was ranked at 10th position.
However after 35 years, the name is currently sliding down on the charts. Moreover, the given name has been to the top 10 baby names 4 times Also, Mark was a popular name in New South Wales.
Over 36589 babies have been given the moniker in 41 years. At the peak of its usage in 1960, 2021 boys were bestowed the name and it was ranked at 2nd position.
After 41 years of usage, the name has fallen out of the charts. Moreover, the given name has been to the top 5 baby names 12 times
Mark used to be a common name in Denmark, first appeared in 1986 and over 3848 babies have been given the name in 13 years.
At its zenith in 1988,. After 13 years of usage, the name has fallen out of the charts. Additionally, the moniker has been in the top 50 baby names 13 times Also, Mark was a common name in Queensland.
Over 2970 babies have been named Mark since 1977. At its zenith in 1982,. After 14 years of usage, the name has fallen out of the charts. Also, Mark used to be a common name in Western Australia, first appeared in 1955 and over 331 babies have been given the name in 2 years.
At its zenith in 1955,. After 2 years of usage, the name has fallen out of the charts. In addition to that, the name has been in the top 10 baby names 2 times
Mark is a familiar baby name in France, it has been in use since 1951 and was able to reach the top 300 names.
In 1957, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 214 on boy names chart when 63 babies were given the name Mark. Over 1947 babies in France have been named Mark.
Also, in Netherlands, in just 5 years, it has made it to the top 300 names. In 2015, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 230 on boy names chart when 70 babies were given the name Mark.
Over 298 people have been named Mark in Netherlands.
Mark is a unique baby name in Switzerland, it has been in use since 1998 and was able to reach the top 300 names.
In 2012, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 221 on boy names chart when 39 babies were named Mark. There are over 468 babies that have been given the name Mark in Switzerland.
Mark is an uncommon baby name in Belgium, in use since 1998, peaked in 2018 when it ranked 717th. Over 101 babies in Belgium have been named Mark.
Mark is a rare baby name in Western Australia where it may not be used now as it was last seen in 1979.
There are over 331 babies that have been given the name Mark in Western Australia. However things change on global perspective, Mark is extremely popular in Philippines where every 1 in 200 have the name as well as in, England, Canada and Australia.
Also the baby name is popular in Kenya, Russia, South Africa, Nigeria, Ghana, Egypt, Scotland, New Zealand, Uganda, Germany, Wales, Sudan, Papua New Guinea, South Sudan, Malawi, Northern Ireland, Liberia, Poland, Malaysia, Israel, Sri Lanka, Zambia, Albania, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Sierra Leone, Ethiopia, Uzbekistan, Rwanda, Bangladesh, India, Ukraine, Belarus, Angola, Lebanon and Malta.
At least, 4540000 people around the globe have been given the name as per our estimate.
Mark in Nordic countries
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What numerology tells about Mark?
You have a restless spirit and booming energy. Lies can be comforting, but you always prefer to hear the ugly truth instead. You are enthusiastic, always do something productive, however, you lack creativity. In order to refuel your soul with creativity, travel, or do something unusual for you. Learn to let go of things that don't belong in your life anymore. You are an ambitious person, who's driven by success and high aspirations.
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- Renée - Renée's meaning is Born Again has origin in Latin prevalently used in Danish and Norwegian is used as a gender insensitive name
- Klementia means Gentleness or Merciful is originated from Latin is bestowed upon girls
- Lilia - Chiefly used in Swedish and Danish long standing and illustrous, Lilia is originated from Sanskrit and Latin and is used for both genders, meaning of Lilia is "Variant of Lillian Derived from the Flower Name Lily, What Belongs to Me Belongs to God or And Beauty"
- Antonine - Odd unisex name Antonine is especially used in French, Finnish and Swedish and of Latin and Greek origin, Antonine means "Who Eats Flower"
Famous people named Mark
- Mark the Evangelist, traditionally ascribed author of the Gospel of Mark
- Mark Retera, Dutch cartoonist
- Mark Pattison, English author and a Church of England priest
- Mark Jonathan Harris, American documentary filmmaker probably best
- Mark Tilden, robotics physicist
- Mark Seibert, American musician, composer
- Mark Richards, Australian surfer, four time world champion
- Mark Shainblum, Canadian writer who now lives in Ottawa, Ontario
- Mark W. Tiedemann, American science fiction and detective fiction author
- Mark Shulman, was born April 1, 1962 in Rochester, New York
- Mark Brandis, German writer and journalist best
- Mark and Lard, stage name of Mark Radcliffe and Marc Riley
- Mark Crispin, is best known as the father of the IMAP protocol
- Mark Catesby, English naturalist
- Mark Walsh, American entrepreneur, venture capitalist
- Mark Lipovetsky, Russian literary, film
- Mark Epstein, American author and psychotherapist
- Mark Vaile, former Deputy Prime Minister of Australia and former leader of the National Party of Australia
- Mark Johnston, Scottish racehorse trainer based
- Mark Allen, six-time Ironman Triathlon World Champion
- Mark Granovetter, American sociologist and professor at Stanford University
- Mark Serwotka, is General Secretary of the Public and Commercial Services Union
- Mark Curtis, former member of the American Socialist Workers Party
- Mark Farina, disc jockey and musician,
- Mark B. Wise, Canadian-American theoretical physicist
- Mark Kamins, American record producer and disc jockey famous for his role on the New York club scene
- Mark Boswell, Canadian high jumper
- Mark Cotterill, far right political figure
- Mark McKoy, Canadian retired track and field athlete
- Mark Trueblood, American engineer and astronomer
- Mark Burchett, Hollywood film director
- Mark R. Bacon, lawyer and politician
- Mark P. Brown, veteran of the Ohio National Guard
- Mark Leduc, boxer from Canada
- Mark E. Hyman, American television executive and political commentator
- Mark Childress, American novelist and southern writer
- Mark Goodier, British radio disc jockey
- Mark S. Brewer, politician from the U.S. state of Michigan
- Mark Colton, British racing driver and software author
- Mark Pivarunas, U.S.-based sedevacantist and traditionalist Catholic bishop and Superior General of the Congregation of Mary Immaculate Queen
- Mark Oliphant, Australian physicist and humanitarian
- Mark N. Brown, American engineer
- Mark C. Lee, former NASA astronaut
- Mark L. Polansky, American aerospace engineer and research pilot and a former NASA astronaut
- Mark Kingwell, Canadian professor of philosophy and associate chair at the University of Toronto's Department of Philosophy
- Mark Williamson, OBE is Professor Emeritus of Biology at the University of York
- Mark Weiser, chief scientist at Xerox PARC in the United States
- Mark Kac, Polish American mathematician
- Mark Lepper, Albert Ray Lang Professor of psychology at Stanford University
- Mark Hanson, third Presiding Bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church
- Mark Bingham, American public relations executive
- Mark Antony, supporter of Julius Caesar
- Mark Whitacre, American business executive
- Mark McGwire, American former professional baseball first baseman
- Mark Spitz, }}
- Mark Mothersbaugh, American singer, songwriter, composer
- Mark Evanier, The Garfield Show'
- Mark Taylor, former Australian cricketer; currently a Cricket Australia director and Nine Network commentator
- Mark Z. Danielewski, American fiction author
- Mark Heard, American record producer, folk rock singer
- Mark Rothko, American painter of Russian Jewish descent
Lists having Mark
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- Popular Boy Names in Ireland (2019)
- Popular Boy Names in Denmark (1989)
- Popular Boy Names in New South Wales (2001)
- Popular Boy Names in Queensland (1999)
- Popular Boy Names in Western Australia (1980)
- Baby Names that mean War
- Baby Names that mean Mars
- Baby Names that mean God
- Baby Names that mean Dedicated
- Baby Names that mean Horse
- Baby Names that mean Roman
- Baby Names that mean Ordained
- Baby Names that mean Boundary