Martin (name)

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Martin may either be a given name or surname.wikipedia
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Thomas (surname)

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In France, Thomas (pronounced ) is the third most widespread surname after Martin and Bernard, with over 100,000 people with this name.

Sept

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The MacMartins, who became a sept of Clan Cameron, are said to have been amongst the most loyal and valuable followers of Cameron of Lochiel.
According to the Oxford Companion to Scottish History, the MacMartins of Letterfinlay who were a sept of the Clan Cameron would have seen themselves as distinct within their own lands, but would have also seen themselves as Camerons if operating elsewhere outside Lochaber.

Marton

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Márton, the Hungarian form of the name, is commonly used as both a first name and surname.

Clan Cameron

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The MacMartins of Letterfinlay appear to have allied themselves to the Clan Cameron in the late 14th century, and finally merged with the Camerons after the Battle of Lochaber in 1429.
The MacMartins, a sept of Clan Cameron, are said to have been amongst the most loyal and valuable followers of Lochiel.

Martin of Tours

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It has remained a popular given name in Christian times, in honor of Saint Martin of Tours; it is also the most common French surname.

Maarten

It is a cognate to and the standardized Dutch form of Martin, as in for example Sint Maarten (named after Martin of Tours).

Martyn (surname)

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Martyn, or Martin is the surname of one of The Tribes of Galway, Ireland.

Marcin

It is the Polish equivalent of the English name Martin; the female version is Martyna.

Martinović

Martinovići
Martinović (Serbian Cyrillic: Mартиновић) is a patronymic surname meaning 'son of Martin', and is a common surname in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro and Serbia.

Marcinkiewicz

Marcinkiewicz is a Polish family name of patronymic origin, meaning "son of Marcin (Martin)".

Martínez (surname)

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It originated as a patronymic surname, meaning "son of Martín" (English: Martin).

Martina (given name)

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Martina is a female given name, the female form of Martin.

Martino (given name)

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Martino is a male given name, the Italian form of Martin.

Given name

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Martin may either be a given name or surname.

Surname

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Martin may either be a given name or surname.

Mars (mythology)

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It comes from the Latin name Martinus, which is a late derived form of the name of the Roman god Mars, the protective godhead of the Latins, and therefore the god of war.

Latins (Italic tribe)

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It comes from the Latin name Martinus, which is a late derived form of the name of the Roman god Mars, the protective godhead of the Latins, and therefore the god of war.

Martin Luther

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Along with its historic Catholic popularity, it has also been popular among Protestants due to Martin Luther.

African Americans

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In addition, African American children are often given the name in honor of Martin Luther King Jr., and many also have the name Martin as a family name.

Martin Luther King Jr.

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In addition, African American children are often given the name in honor of Martin Luther King Jr., and many also have the name Martin as a family name.