All over the world, Marek (Marek , Марек , מארק , along with others...) is a widespread masculine forename. The first name Marek is characteristic of Eastern Europe, particularly Poland, where it is a common boy's name, Czechia, and Slovakia (explore the name in all countries). More prevalently, Marek is the last name as well as the forename.
Marek is also a name from the Bible. Explore more in our Biblical names portal!
|Marek||Czechia, Slovakia, Germany, United States, Poland|
|Марек||Estonia, Ukraine, Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan|
|Марэк||Russia, Kazakhstan, Belarus|
M., Marc, Marco, Marcos, Marcus, Mareks, Mark, Markas, Markku, Marko, Markowska, Markowski, Markus, Markó, Marék, Màrék, Márk, Márkus, Μάρκος, Марак, Марк, Марка, Маркку, Марко, Маркос, Марку, Маркус, Маркуш, מרכוס, מרק, מרקו, מרקוס, مارك, ماركو, ماركوس, مارک, مارکو, মার্ক, マルク, マルクス, マルコ, マルコス, マレキ, マーカス, マーク, マーコ, 馬克, 马克, 马尔科, and 马科
Marek is also a prevalent name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Marek Dobrzański , character in Brzydula; Beast Boy , the fictional superhero, Titans; Marek Mostowiak ; Marc Vertongen , the fictional character from F.C. De Kampioenen and Marek Zbieć , character in Na dobre i na złe, and in many other works.
|marek bydžovský z florentýna Czech historian, humanistic chronicler, chronicler and writer, CZ (b. 1540)|
|marek sobieski Polish-Lithuanian noble, PL (b. 1550)|
|marek khuen z olomouce Bishop of Olomouc, CZ (b. 1550)|
|marek ambroży Silesian humanist, entrepreneur, writer, PL (b. 1530)|
|marek stadnicki (b. 1550)|
|marek sobieski Polish nobleman, UA (b. 1628)|
|marek szarfenberger-ostrogórski PL (b. 1569)|
|marek korona PL (b. 1590)|
|marek ludwik graben (b. 1624)|
|marek antonín canevalle Czech architect of Italian origin, CZ (b. 1652)|
|marek nonnenmacher German cabinet maker, CZ (b. 1653)|
|marek anton repkovič SK (b. 1694)|
|marek komorowski (b. 1700)|
|marek ludwik royer FR (b. 1720)|
|marek ludwik reverdil (1734-1790), CH (b. 1734)|