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pinWhat does Marek mean?

Marek /ma-rek/ as a boys' name is pronounced MAR-ik. It is of Czechoslovakian and Polish origin. Variant of Mark.


Marek has 1 variant: Marik.

Marek has 15 more related forms via Mark: Marc, Marco, Marcos, Marcus, Mario, Marius, Markell, Markey, Marko, Markos, Markov, Markus, Marq, Marque and Marques.

Kreatif forms: Marekko, Marrek, Meirek. [more]

pinHow 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)

Popular related forms of Marek (not ranked) are Marcus (#158 a year ago), Mark (#189), Mario (#270), Marco (#308), Marcos (#404), Marc (#636), Markus (#737), Marques and Markell. Adoption of these forms of Marek was common in 1995 (median #336) and is somewhat lower today (#522, 28%). Mark is the all-time favorite, although Marcus appears to be getting popular too, while forms such as Marc used to be popular. Displayed below is an analysis of the statistics of Marek and affiliated names. (Top Baby Names, 2014)

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Marc, Marco, Marcos, Marcus, Mario in U.S.

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Mark, Markell, Markus, Marques in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Marc, Marcus, Mark, Markus outside U.S.

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Marek is alike in pronunciation to Merrik, Mirek and Myrick. Other suggested similar baby 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.