What does Martino mean?
Associated with: dedicated (faithful).
(male) Matino, Mortino, ..
(female) Martini, Martinor, ..
How popular is Martino?
Martino is an uncommonly occurring first name for men but a very prominent surname for all people (#2580 out of 150436, Top 2%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Below is a charted comparison of the usage of Martino and related names. Martin (#262 from recent data), Marty, Martell, Martel and Mart are the prominent varying forms of Martino (outside Top 2000). Usage of these forms of Martino was common among parents a century ago (adoption of 0.33%) and is now much less (adoption 0.07%, 77.5% less), with versions such as Marty falling out of fashion. (Top 2000 Names, 2014)
Suggested similar names are Arsino, Bartin, Caetano, Carmino, Faustino, Fortino, Gaetano, Gavino, Machin, Malin, Mallin, Malvin, Manning, Manton, Marcelo▲, Marciano, Marcio, Marco, Marden, Mardon, Mardyn (see Marden), Mareo, Mariano, Marik, Marimo, Mariner, Marino, Marinor (see Marriner), Marinus, Mario, Marius, Markaine, Markise, Marko, Marlan, Marland, Marlin▼, Marlinn (see Marlon), Marlond, Marlondo, Marlonn (see Marlon), Marmionn (see Marmion), Maro, Marrinor (see Marriner), Marston, Marven, Marvin▼, Marwin, Maslin, Masling (see Maslin), Massimo, Mateo▲, Matico, Matti, Mattie, Mattieu, Maurin, Maurio, Maximino, Merlin▼, Merlinn (see Merlin), Merton▼, Mervin▼, Merwinn (see Mervin), Morfin, Morino, Morton▼, Murton, Orsino, Sabino, Santino▲, Sarafino, Savino, Taurino and Ursino. These names tend to be more commonly used than Martino.