What does Marty mean?
Marty [mar-ty] as a girls' name (also used as boys' name Marty) is of Aramaic and Latin derivation, and Marty means "lady; mistress of the house; dedicated to Mars". Marty is a version of Martha (Aramaic). Marty is also a form of Martina (Latin): feminine of Martin.
21 more alternative forms via Martha, Martina: Maarva, Marfa, Mariet, Marit, Mart, Marte, Marth, Marthe, Marthy, Martine, Martita, Martje, Martyne, Martynne, Marva▼, Mata, Matha, Matti, Mattie▼, Mirtha and Pat▼.Creative forms:
(female) Marda, Marmy, ..
(male) Marmo, Marto, .. Middle name pairings:
Marty Stormy (M.S.), ..
How popular is Marty?
Marty is a very popular first name for women (#1497 out of 4276, Top 35%) and also a very popular last name for all people (#6641 out of 150436, Top 4%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Marty entered the list in 1940-1949 and reached its peak position of #957 in the U.S. during the years 1950-1959, but is not ranked currently. (Top Baby Names, 2015)
Which version is better?with its source forms and related girl names. Marta, Martha (#791 a year ago), Marti, Martie, Martina (#1635), Martine, Marva, Mata, Mattie (#1004) and Pat are the popular alternative forms of Marty. Adoption of these relations of Marty was well-received among parents a century ago (adoption of 1.3%) and has become much diminished since, with versions such as Mattie becoming less in vogue.
Marty is pronounced similarly to Meerta, Mirta, Mirtie, Myrta▼ and Myrtie▼. Other suggested similar names are Berty, Caty, Charty, Gerty, Hatty, Kaity, Katy▼, Macey, Macy, Maddy, Mady, Maguy, Maicy, Maisy, Mally, Mandy▼, Mara▲, Marah, Maraya, Marcey, Marci▼, Marcy▼, Mare, Maree, Maren, Marg, Marga, Marge, Margey, Margi, Margy, Mari▼, Maria▼, Marie▼, Marin, Maris, Marita, Marja, Marje, Marji, Marjo, Marjy, Marla▼, Marley▲, Marlo▼, Marlyn▼, Marlys▼, Marna, Marne, Marney, Marni, Marnya, Marsey, Martia, Marve, Mary▼, Marya, Maryk, Maryl, Maryn, Mat, Matty, May▼, Mazey, Mercy▲, Merry▼, Minty, Misty▼, Natty and Patty▼. These names tend to be less frequently used than Marty.See names in meaning and etymology.