Mario Mario is the Italian, Croatian, German, Spanish, Bulgarian, Greek and English form of the Roman name Marius. The Portuguese version of the name is Mário, while the Greek version is spelt Marios, and the Polish Mariusz, in transcriptions to English script. The Roman Catholic "St. Marius", is San Mario in Italian, and St. Mario in English. Many notable people and characters are named Mario:
Marko Marko is a masculine given name, a variation of Mark. People bearing the name include:
Massimiliano Massimiliano is a masculine Italian given name. Notable people with the name include:
Maurizio Maurizio is an Italian masculine given name, derived from the Roman name Mauritius. Mauritius is a derivative of Maurus, meaning dark-skinned, Moorish.
Mauro Mauro is a male given name, which is also a family name. Mauro is the Italian and Portuguese form of the Roman name of Maurus meaning "dark-skinned".
Mirco Mirco is a masculine given name popular in Italy. Mirco is an alternative spelling of the name Mirko. It may refer to:
Macuto "Macuto" is a masculine Italian given name. It derives from the Greek through the Latin "Machutus", meaning "spotted". It is the Italian version of the name of saint Malo. There is a Palazzo San Macuto and Church of San Macuto in Rome.
Micheletto Micheletto is both an Italian surname and a diminutive of the masculine given name Michele (the Italian form of Michael). Notable people with the name include:
Michelotto Michelotto is both an Italian surname and a masculine Italian given name. Notable people with the name include:
Marcello Marcello is a common masculine, Italian, given name. It's a variant of Marcellus. The Spanish and Portuguese version of the name is Marcelo, differing in having only one "l", while the Greek one is Markellos.
Marco Marco is an Italian masculine given name of Latin origin, derived from Marcus. The name is common in Italy, Austria, Portugal, the Netherlands and Switzerland. It derives from the ancient Latin god Mars.
Martino Martino is an Italian male given name and family name. Martino is the Italian form of the Roman name of Martinus, which in turn derived from the Roman god Mars. The shape of Martin is common in German-speaking countries.
Massimo Massimo is both an Italian surname and a masculine Italian given name. Notable people with the name include:
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