Complete Definition of "Martin"

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English
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Etymology
L. Martinus, "of or like Mars" or "little Mars", from Mars (stem Mart-) + -inus, diminutive adjective suffix.

Furthermore, the name (i.e. Mars) is likely to have been brought into Latin from elsewhere, likely the Etruscan Maris which was their name for the same deity.

Pronunciation
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| /ËmÉË(r)t(É)n/ || <tt>/"mA:(r)t(@)n/</tt> || mä(r)'t(É)n
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Hyphenation: mar·tin
Rhymes: Rhymes:English:-ÉË(r)t(É)n|-ÉË(r)t(É)n
Homophones: marten

Proper noun
en-proper noun

  1. given name|male originally given in honor of a fourth century soldier-saint.
  2. A European surname derived from the given name.
  3. An English habitational surname for some who lived near a mere.

Translations
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Chinese: é©¬ä¸ (mÇdÄ«ng)
Czech: Martin#Czech|Martin m
Danish: Martin, Morten
Dutch: Martijn, Maarten, Martinus
Estonian: Martin, Marti, Mart, Märt
Finnish: Martti
French: Martin
German: Martin
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Hungarian: Márton
Icelandic: Marteinn
Irish: Mártan
Italian: Martino
Latin: Martinus
Norwegian: Martin, Morten
Polish: Marcin
Russian: ÐаÑÑин (Martin), ÐаÑÑÑн (Martyn)
Spanish: Martín
Swedish: Martin, MÃ¥rten
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Related terms
Martina


Czech

Proper noun
cs-proper noun|g=m

  1. given name|male||cs:, cognate to English Martin#English|Martin. Feminine form: Martina.

Danish

Proper noun
Martin

  1. given name|male||da:, cognate to English Martin. Variant: Morten. Feminine form: Martine.

French

Proper noun
Martin m

  1. given name|male||fr:, cognate to English Martin. Feminine form: Martine.

German

Proper noun
Martin

  1. given name|male||de:, cognate to English Martin. Feminine form: Martina.

Norwegian

Proper noun
Martin

  1. given name|male||no:, cognate to English Martin. Variant: Morten. Feminine from: Martine.

Swedish

Proper noun
Martin

  1. given name|male||sv:, cognate to English Martin. Variant: MÃ¥rten. Feminine form: Martina.

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