What does Marek mean?
Marek has 1 variant: Marik.Kreatif forms:
(male) Marrek, Meirek, ..
(female) Maie, Mareki, ..
How popular is Marek?
Marek is an uncommonly occurring given name for men but a very prominent last name for both adults and children (#4368 out of 150436, Top 3%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Charted below is the baby name history of Marek for boys. Marek entered the list in 1994 and reached its highest position of #1222 in the U.S. in the year 2010, and is at #1494 currently. (Top Baby Names, 2014)
Popular related forms of Marek (#1494 a year ago) are Marcus (#158 a year ago), Mark (#189), Mario (#270), Marco (#308), Marcos (#404), Marc (#636), Markus (#737), Markell (#1508), Marko (#1615), Marques (#1904) and Marius. Adoption of these forms of Marek was common in the 1960s (median #1002) and has become much lower since (#935, ▼82%). Mark is the all-time favorite, although Markus appears to be getting popular too, while forms such as Mark used to be popular.
Marek is alike in pronunciation to Merrik, Mirek and Myrick. Other suggested similar names are Arek, Barek, Damek, Danek, Darek, Derek▼, Erek, Fabek, Garek, Gerek, Janek, Jarek, Jerek, Jurek, Mabrey, Mace, Maceo, Macey, Mack▼, Magee, Maier, Maik, Majed, Majer, Malak, Maleek, Malek, Maleki, Malik▼, Mar, Mar-, Marcel▲, March, Mardel, Marden, Mareo, Markel, Marlea, Marlen, Marley▲, Marly, Marmer, Maro, Marom, Marr, Mars, Marsh, Mart, Martel, Marten, Marti, Marty▼, Marve, Marvel, Marven, Marx, Marzo, Mateo▲, Maureo, Maxey, Mayer, Mayes, More, Morey, Radek, Rurek, Sareek, Tareek, Tarek, Vanek and Zarek. These names tend to be more commonly used than Marek.