Saint Mark was the author of the second Gospel in the New Testament. He is the patron saint of Venice, where he is supposedly buried.
Mark Antony, the Roman triumvir who was the lover of Cleopatra. Shakespeare tells this story in his tragedy 'Antony and Cleopatra'.
This name is Originated from the old Latin Mart-kos, which means consecrated to the god Mars.
Saint Mark the Evangelist is traditionally believed to be the author of the second Gospel (Gospel of Mark) and a companion of Peter. A famous Roman bearer of the name was Mark Antony (Marcus Antonius), politician and general, also the lover of Cleopatra
A famous Roman bearer of the name was Mark Antony politician and general also the lover of Cleopatra.
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Mark Name also appears in following Origin(s): English, Biblical, Russian, Latin
Baby boy name meaning Warlike
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