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Gender: Male

Usage: Marko, of Latin origin, is a very popular first name. It is more often used as a boy (male) name.

People having the name Marko are in general originating from Bulgaria, Croatia, Finland, France, Macedonia, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Ukraine, United Kingdom, United States of America.

For another variant of the name Marko across the world, see Marcus.

  • The god of war
  • Of mars

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The Growth number corresponding to this first name is 4.

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The name Marko is ranked on the 1,134th position of the most used names. It means that this name is very frequently used.

We estimate that there are at least 210900 persons in the world having this name which is around 0.007% of the population.
The name Marko has five characters. It means that it is relatively medium-length, compared to the other names in our database.

The graph below represents the number of people who were given the name Marko for each year since 1900 in the U.S.A.:

The name day of Marko is November 12th.

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Marko is a masculine given name, a variation of Mark. People bearing the name include:

  • Prince Marko (c. 1335–1395), Serbian feudal lord in Macedonia
  • Marko Ahtisaari (born 1969), Finnish businessman and musician
  • Marko Albert (born 1979), Estonian triathlete
  • Marko Albrecht (born 1970; better known as Mark ‘Oh), German DJ
  • Marko Anđelković (born 1984), Serbian football player
  • Marko Andić (born 1983), Serbian football player
  • Marko Antila (born 1969), Finnish film producer and director
  • Marko Anttila (born 1985), Finnish ice hockey player
  • Marko Arnautović (born 1989), Austrian football player
  • Marko Asell (born 1970), Finnish wrestler and politician
  • Marko Asmer (born 1984), Estonian racecar driver
  • Marko Baacke (born 1980), German Nordic combined skier
  • Marko Babić (disambiguation), multiple people
  • Marko Bajić (born 1985), Serbian football player
  • Marko Banić (born 1984), Croatian basketball player
  • Marko Barun (born 1978), Slovenian football player
  • Marko Baša (born 1982), Montenegrin football player
  • Marko Bašara (born 1984), Serbian football player
  • Marko Bašić (born 1984), Croatian football player
  • Marko Bedenikovic (born 1984), Canadian football player
  • Marko Bezjak (born 1986), Slovenian handball player
  • Marko Bezruchko (1883–1944), Ukrainian military commander
  • Marko Blažić (born 1985), Serbian football player
  • Marko Bošković (born 1982), Serbian football player
  • Marko Božič (born 1984), Slovenian football player
  • Marko Brainović (born 1920), Croatian water polo player
  • Marko Bruerović (1770–1823), Croatian writer
  • Marko Bulat (born 1973), Serbian pop-folk singer and musician
  • Marko Čakarević (born 1988), Serbian basketball player
  • Marko Car (disambiguation), multiple people
  • Marko Cavka (born 1981), American football player
  • Marko Čelebonović (1902–1986), Serbian painter
  • Marko Cepenkov (1829–1920), Macedonian folklorist
  • Marko Ćetković (born 1986), Montenegrin football player
  • Marko Cheremshyna (1874–1927), Ukrainian writer
  • Marko Ciurlizza (born 1978), Peruvian football player
  • Marko Čolaković (born 1980), Montenegrin football player
  • Marko Antonio Cortés Mendoza (born 1977), Mexican politician
  • Marko Đalović (born 1986), Serbian football player
  • Marko Dapcevich (born 1969), American politician
  • Štefan Marko Daxner (1822–1892), Slovak politician, lawyer and poet
  • Marko Dević (born 1983), Ukrainian football player of Serbian descent
  • Marko Dinjar (born 1986), Croatian football player
  • Marko Djokovic (born 1991), Serbian tennis player
  • Marko Djurdjević (born 1979), German illustrator and concept artist of Serbian descent
  • Marko Dmitrović (born 1992), Serbian football goalkeeper
  • Marko Đorđević (born 1983), Serbian football player
  • Marko Došen (1859–1944, Croatian politician
  • Marko Elsner (born 1960), Slovenian football player
  • Marko Filipović (born 1978), Bosnian Serb football player
  • Márkó Futács (born 1990), Hungarian football player
  • Marko Grgić (born 1987), Croatian football player
  • Marko Grubelić (born 1980), Serbian football player
  • Marko Attila Hoare (born 1972), Yugoslavian British historian
  • Marko Hranilović (died 1931), Croatian politician
  • Marko Hucko, Slovak ice hockey player
  • Marko Ilić (born 1985), Serbian football player
  • Marko Ivović, Serbian volleyball player
  • Marko Janjetović (born 1984), Croatian football player
  • Marko Jantunen (born 1971), Finnish ice hockey player
  • Marko Jarić (born 1978), Serbian basketball player
  • Marko Jasić (born 1988), Serbian businessman
  • Marko Jesic (born 1989), Australian football player of Serbian descent
  • Marko Jovanović (disambiguation), several people
  • Marko Jovanovski (born 1988), Macedonian football goalkeeper
  • Marko Kantele (born 1986), Finnish darts player
  • Marko Kartelo (born 1981), Croatian football player
  • Marko Kauppinen (born 1979), Finnish ice hockey player
  • Marko Kemppainen (born 1976), Finnish sports shooter
  • Marko Kešelj (born 1988), Serbian basketball player
  • Marko Kiprusoff (born 1972), Finnish ice hockey player
  • Marko Kitti (born 1970), Finnish writer
  • Marko Klasinc (born 1951), Slovenian chess problemist
  • Marko Klok (born 1968), Dutch volleyball player
  • Marko Kmetec (born 1976), Slovenian football player
  • Marko Knežević (born 1989), Serbian football player
  • Marko Koers (born 1972), Dutch runner
  • Marko Koivuranta (born 1978), Finnish football player
  • Marko Kolsi (born 1985), Finnish football player
  • Marko Kon (born 1972), Serbian singer
  • Marko Kopilas (born 1983), Croatian football player
  • Marko Kostencoski (born 1989), Macedonian football player
  • Marko Kostić (born 1983), Serbian film director and critic
  • Marko Kovač (born 1981), Serbian architect and film director
  • Marko Kravos (born 1943), Slovenian writer and translator
  • Marko Kristal (born 1973), Estonian football player
  • Marko Krizin (1589–1619), Croatian saint
  • Marko Leko (1853–1932), Serbian chemist
  • Marko Lelov (born 1973), Estonian football player
  • Marko Lepik (born 1977), Estonian football player
  • Marko Lerinski (1862–1902; born as Georgi Ivanov Gyurov), Bulgarian military man
  • Marko Liefke (born 1974), German volleyball player
  • Marko Lihteneker (1959–2005), Slovenian ski mountaineer and mountain climber
  • Marko Liias (born 1981), American politician of Finnish descent
  • Marko Ljubinković (born 1981), Serbian football player
  • Marko Lomić (born 1983), Serbian football player
  • Marko Lopušina, Serbian journalist and publicist
  • Marko Lunder (born 1983), Slovenian football player
  • Marko Mäetamm (born 1965), Estonian artist
  • Marko Mäkinen (born 1977), Finnish ice hockey player
  • Marko Maksimović (born 1984), Bosnian football player
  • Marko Marić (born 1983), Croatian football player
  • Marko Marin
    • Marko Marin (footballer) (born 1989), German football player of Bosnian Serb origin
    • Marko Marin (professor) (born 1930), Slovenian theatre director and art historian
  • Marko Marinović (born 1983), Serbian basketball player
  • Marko Markov (born 1981), Bulgarian football player
  • Marko Markovski (born 1986), Serbian football player
  • Marko Marović (born 1983), Serbian football player
  • Marko Martin (born 1975), Estonian pianist
  • Marko Marulić (1450–1524), Croatian poet
  • Marko Matvere (born 1968), Estonian actor and singer
  • Marko Meerits (born 1992), Estonian football player
  • Marko Mesić (disambiguation), several people
  • Marko Milenkovič (born 1976), Slovenian swimmer
  • Marko Milić (disambiguation), several people
  • Marko Milinković (born 1988), Serbian football player
  • Marko Milivojević, Serbian drummer
  • Marko Miljanov (1833–1901), Serbian Montenegrin writer
  • Marko Milovanović (born 1982), Serbian football player
  • Marko Mirić (born 1987), Serbian football player
  • Marko Mitchell (born 1985), American football player
  • Marko Mitrović (born 1978), Serbian football player
  • Marko Mitrović (footballer born 1992), Swedish football player
  • Marko Mlinarić (born 1960), Croatian football player
  • Marko Mugoša (born 1984), Montenegrin football player
  • Marko Murat (1864–1944), Croatian painter
  • Marko Mušič (born 1941), Slovenian architect
  • Marko Muslin (born 1985), French football player of Serbian descent
  • Marko Myyry (born 1967), Finnish football player
  • Marko Natlačen (1886–1942), Slovenian politician and jurist
  • Marko Nešić (disambiguation) several people
  • Marko Nikolić (football coach) (born 1979), Serbian coach
  • Marko Nikolić (footballer) (born 1989), Serbian midfielder
  • Marko Nowak, German ice hockey player
  • Marko Orešković (1895–1941), Croatian partisan
  • Marko Orlandić (born 1930), Montenegrin politician
  • Marko Oštir (born 1977), Slovenian handball player
  • Marko Palavestrić (born 1982), Serbian football player
  • Marko Palo (born 1967), Finnish ice hockey player
  • Marko Pantelić (born 1978), Serbian football player
  • Marko Pavlović (born 1982), Serbian football goalkeeper
  • Marko Perković (born 1966), Croatian singer
  • Marko Perović (disambiguation), several people
  • Marko Perunicic (born 1979), Serbian composer, music arranger and producer
  • Marko Petkovšek (born 1955), Slovenian mathematician
  • Marko Pogačnik (born 1984), Slovenian artist and writer
  • Marko Pohlin (1735–1801), Slovenian philologist and writer
  • Marko Pomerants (born 1964), Estonian politician
  • Marko Popović (disambiguation), multiple people
  • Marko Pöyhönen, Finnish ice hockey player
  • Marko Pregl, Slovenian politician
  • Marko Pridigar (born 1985), Slovenian football player
  • Marko Pusa (born 1977), Finnish darts player
  • Marko Putinčanin (born 1987), Serbian football player
  • Marko Račič (born 1920), Slovenian runner
  • Marko Rajamäki (born 1968), Finnish football manager and former player
  • Marko Ranđelović (born 1984), Serbian football player
  • Marko Ranilovič (born 1986), Slovenian football player
  • Marko Rašo (born 1989), Croatian football player
  • Marko Rehmer (born 1972), German footballer
  • Marko Reijonen (born 1967; better known as Waldo), Finnish Eurodance musician
  • Marko Rudić (born 1990), Bosnia and Herzegovina alpine skier
  • Marko dos Santos (born 1981), Brazilian football player
  • Marko Šarlija (born 1982), Croatian football goalkeeper
  • Marko Savić
    • Marko Savić (born 1941), Serbian pianist
    • Marko Savić (born 1984), Serbian football player
  • Marko Savolainen (born 1973), Finnish bodybuilder
  • Marko Šćepović (born 1991), Serbian football player
  • Marko Sentić (born 1976), Croatian judoka
  • Marko Simeunovič (born 1967), Slovenian football player
  • Marko Šimić (disambiguation), several people
  • Marko Škop (born 1974), Slovak film director
  • Marko Škreb (born 1957), Croatian economist
  • Marko Snoj (born 1959), Slovenian linguist
  • Marko Sočanac (born 1978), Serbian football player
  • Marko Sopi (1938–2006), Albanian clergyman
  • Márkó Sós (born 1990), Hungarian football player
  • Marko Spittka (born 1971), German judoka
  • Marko Stanković (born 1986), Austrian football player of Serbian descent
  • Marko Stanojevic (born 1979), Italian rugby union footballer
  • Marko Stetner, Slovenian politician
  • Marko Stout (born 1962), New York City artist and film director
  • Marko Strahija (born 1975), Croatian swimmer
  • Marko Šuler (born 1983), Slovenian football player
  • Marko Sušac (born 1988), Bosnian football player
  • Marko Šutalo (born 1983), Bosnian basketball player
  • Marko Tajčević (1900–1984), Croatian and Serbian composer and musician
  • Marko Tkalec (born 1977), Slovenian tennis player
  • Marko Todorović (1929–2000), Bosnian Serb actor
  • Marko Tomas (born 1985), Croatian basketball player
  • Marko Tomasović (disambiguation), several people
  • Marko Topić (born 1976), Bosnian football player
  • Marko Tredup (born 1974), German football player
  • Marko Tuomainen (born 1972), Finnish ice hockey player
  • Marko Tuomela (born 1972), Finnish football player
  • Marko Tušek (born 1975), Slovenian basketball player
  • Marko Tuulola (born 1971), Finnish ice hockey
  • Marko Valok (born 1927), Serbian football player
  • Marko Varalahti, Finnish strongman
  • Marko Vego (1907–1985), Croatian archaeologist
  • Marko Vejinović (born 1990), Dutch football player
  • Marko Veselica (born 1936), Croatian politician
  • Marko Vešović (born 1991), Montenegrin football player
  • Marko Vidojković (born 1975), Serbian writer
  • Marko Vidovic (born 1988), Serbian football player
  • Marko Vovchok (1833–1907), Ukrainian writer
  • Marko Vranić (born 1978), Serbian football player
  • Marko Vuckovic, American football players
  • Marko Vuoriheimo (born 1978; better known as Signmark), Finnish deaf rapper
  • Marko Wahlman (born 1969), Finnish hammer thrower
  • Marko Wiz, Slovenian politician
  • Marko Yli-Hannuksela (born 1973), Finnish wrestler
  • Marko Zaror (born 1978), Chilean martial artist, actor and stuntman
  • Marko Živić, Serbian television journalist (Marko Živić Show)
  • Marko Zorić (born 1980), Serbian football player

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