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Forename Markó

Globally, Markó (Marko Serbia Croatia Germany Bosnia and Herzegovina Slovenia, Марко Serbia Ukraine Bulgaria Russia Belarus, Markó Hungary Slovakia United States Austria France) is a widespread male given name. The first name Markó is characteristic of Southern Europe, particularly Croatia, where it is a prevalent masculine name, Montenegro, where it is a widespread male name, and Serbia, where it is a common boy's name (explore the name in all countries). In absolute terms, the name is most common in Croatia, Serbia, and Germany. Very seldom, Markó is the last name as well as the forename.

Translations, transliterations and names similar to the name Markó

name マルコス, name 馬克, name Маркус, name Марк, name מרקו, name 马科, name Marek, name Márkus, name ماريك, name Marko, name Markus, name Марек, name مارك, name Marc, name Mark, name মার্ক, name מארק, name マルク, name Marcus, name マーカス, name Маркос, name Marcos, name Márk, name מרקוס, name Markó, name マルコ, name מרק, name ماركوس, name Марко, name Marco, name 马克
Marko Germany, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Slovenia, Croatia
Марко Ukraine, Belarus, Bulgaria, Russia, Serbia
Markó Austria, Hungary, France, Slovakia, United States

First name Markó in the context

Markó is also a prevalent name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Beast Boy , the fictional superhero, Titans; Mr. Satan , the fictional character from Dragon Ball, Dragon Ball Z; Invincible , the superhero in the Image Comics Universe, Invincible; Weather Wizard , the supervillain appearing in DC Comics publications and related media and Mark B. Sellner , the character in The West Wing, and in many other works.

Notable namesakes

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Characteristic surnames

Kis, Dóra, Gabor, Gitta, Gyula, Laura, Lajos, Lilla, Jenő, Judit, Timea, Tibor, Edina, Erika, Fanni, Irén, Ilona, Zsolt, Áron, Ábel, Ákos, Martin, Dalma, Peter, Petra, Pavla, Era, Anna, Bill, Kata, Kiss, Dani, Tina, Imre, Zita, Ági, Mária, Éva, Sára, Alexa, Anita, Adél, Agnes, Csaba, Bence, Béla, Kevin, Kiara, Márk, and Máté