Marteze meaning and origin

Gender: Boy
Origin: Latin and Spanish
Meaning: From the God Mars, War-like, Warring, Warrior and War-Like
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Marteze is a derivation of Martez. Martez is form of Martin in Spanish language.

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Popularity of Marteze

Marteze is an uncommon baby name in United States, in use since 1982, peaked in 1982 when it ranked 4591st and last appeared in 2008. At least, 90 people around the globe have been given the name as per our research.

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Numerological analysis of Marteze

Nothing can stop them from achieving what they intended. People that don't give their best effort is what annoys you. You never establish clumsy connections. Expression number 7 reveals your disrespect for people who gossip, lie and have no special purpose in life. You need to open up and allow your closest ones to enter your real world. You hate monotony and everything that has to be done in routine.

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