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What does Markeese mean?

Markeese Pronunciation of Markeese as a boys' name has its root in Old French, and the meaning of Markeese is "nobleman; lord of the borderlands". Markeese is a version of Marquis (Old French).




VARIANTS Marquiz, Marquise, Marquez, Marquess, Marques, Markwess, Markwees, Markize, Markiss, Markise, Markess, Markese, Markeece



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How popular is Markeese?

Markeese is an uncommonly occurring given name for males. Markeese is an equivalently unusual surname too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. DEMOGRAPHICS)

Which version is better?

Markese, Marques, Marquez (#1956 FROM RECENT DATA), Marquis (#1010) and Marquise (#1525) are the prominent alternative forms of Markeese (NOT RANKED) appearing in the Top 2000. Other forms, like Marquiz, are uncommon. These relations of Markeese were popular with parents 2 decades ago (ADOPTION OF 0.11%) and are now significantly less conventional (ADOPTION 0.02%, 80%), with versions like Marques becoming less in vogue. (2018 U.S. SSA RECORDS)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Markese, Marques, Marquez, Marquis, Marquise in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Markeese and related baby names outside U.S.

Similar Names

Markeese is pronounced similarly to Markos and Markus. Other recommended sound-alike names are Macabee, Macgee, Macghee (see Magee), Mackensie, Mackey, Mackie, Magee, Magnes, Mahesh, Majeed, Makabee, Makena, Makenna, Maks, Maleek, Maleeq, Malkiel, Manases, Marcas, Marceau, Marcelin, Marcell, Marcello, Marcelo, Marcely, Marcos, Marcus, Mardel, Mariner, Marinos, Marius, Markaine, Markeith, Markel, Markell, Markey, Markham, Marko, Markov, Marlen, Marley, Marloe, Marlowe, Marmeduke, Marmer, Marquel, Marquus, Marsden, Marsean, Marshell, Marsten, Martel, Marten, Martenn, Martie, Marve, Marvel, Marven, Marzell, Mateusz, Maurise, Maxence, Maxwelle, Mayeer, Mayes, Mckensie, Morlee, Morse, Murfee, Murphee, Narcisse, Parkes and Reese. These names tend to be more frequently used than Markeese.

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