In the entire world, Martha (Martha , Марта , مارثا , and others...) is a prevalent girly given name. The forename Martha is habitual in Nicaragua, where it is a widespread feminine name, Mexico, and Namibia, where it is a common female name (explore the name in all countries). Measured by absolute frequency, it most frequently occurs in Mexico, the United States, and Tanzania. Likewise, Martha is the last name as well as the forename.
Martha is also a name from the Bible. Explore more in our Biblical names portal!
|Martha||Tanzania, South Africa, Mexico, Argentina, United States|
|Марта||Serbia, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Russia, Belarus|
|مارثا||Sudan, Egypt, Iraq|
Maartje, Marcina, Marfa, Marta, Marthà, Marthá, Marthâ, Martina, Martine, Martta, Martyna, Maruta, Marða, Màrtha, Màrthà, Márta, Mártha, Márthá, Mârthâ, Mãrthã, Märta, Мартин, Мартина, Мартине, Марфа, Марфа, Марта, מרא, מרתא, مارتا, مارتينا, แมเร๊าะ, マルタ, マルティナ, マルティン, マータ, マーチン, and 玛莎
Martha is also a prevalent name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Martha , the biblical figure, Gospel of John; Martha Jones , the fictional character from Doctor Who; Martha Wayne , the fictional character, mother of Bruce Wayne (Batman), Detective Comics; Martha Kent , the fictional adoptive mother of Superman, Justice League and Martha Connors , the fictional character in Marvel Comics, Spider-Man, and in many other works.
|martha tucher (b. 1487)|
|martha denny English noblewoman and Catholic recusant (b. 1505)|
|martha fuchs (b. 1505)|
|martha rohwald 1532-1603;, DE (b. 1532)|
|martha von mansfeld-hinterort (b. 1536)|
|martha gerstenberger DE (b. 1538)|
|martha von etzdorff (b. 1546)|
|martha broissier 16th-century French demoniac, FR (b. 1556)|
|martha corey Convicted of being a witch during the 1692 Salem witch trials, US (b. 1619)|
|martha raschka (b. 1559)|
|martha von traun (b. 1562)|
|martha bulkeley (1572-1639) (b. 1572)|
|martha blumstengel (b. 1566)|
|martha moulsworth English poet and autobiographer, GB (b. 1577)|
|martha döring (b. 1567)|