What does Markos mean?
Markos [markos] as a boys' name is a Latin name, and the meaning of the name Markos is "dedicated to Mars". Markos is an alternate spelling, with the suffix -kos, of Marco (Latin): Italian and Portuguese form of Marcus. Markos is also a Slavic form of Mark (Latin).
Associated with: dedicated (faithful).
(male) Magkos, Murkos, ..
(female) Markossa, Markossy, .. Middle name pairings:
Markos Jorge (M.J.), ..
How popular is Markos?
Markos is an unusual given name for males but a very prominent last name for all people (#24892 out of 150436, Top 17%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Which version is better?with its source forms and related boy names. Shown below is an analysis of the popularity of Markos and associated names. Marcus (#168 last year), Mark (#196), Mario (#284), Marco (#320), Marcos (#406), Marc (#673), Markus (#865), Marek (#1489), Marko (#1601), Markell (#1766), Marques and Marius are the popular related forms of Markos (not ranked) appearing in the Top 2000. Other forms, like Marq, are uncommon. These relations of Markos reached the apex of their popularity during the years 1960-1969 (average #1002) and are now much less popular (#980, ▼82.9%), with forms like Marc becoming somewhat dated. (2015 U.S. SSA Records)
Markos is alike in pronunciation to Markeese, Markese, Markess, Markise, Markiss, Markize, Markwees and Markwess. Other recommended names are Argos, Cadmos (see Cadmus), Carlos, Darko, Karlos, Mabon, Macon, Maddox▲, Magnes, Maimon, Major▲, Maks, Malcom, Maldon, Malki, Malkolm, Mano, Manton, Manzo, Mardon, Mardyn (see Marden), Mareo, Marimo, Marinos, Marion▼, Markel, Marlan, Marlin▼, Marloe, Marlon, Marlond, Marlonn (see Marlon), Marlow, Marmion, Marmyon (see Marmion), Maro, Marom, Marquis▼, Marr, Mars, Marten, Marti, Martie, Martin▼, Marton, Marty▼, Marve, Marvyn, Marwood, Marzo, Masos, Mats, Maurids, Merton▼, Miko, Mirko, Miron, Morio, Moris, Morris▼, Morton▼, Myron▼, Nikos, Pablos, Parkes, Parks and Santos▲. These names tend to be more commonly used than Markos.See names in meaning and etymology.