Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Marshall"

People with the first name "Marshall"

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Information about "Marshall"

For this Marshall there are 4199 different names on Yasni.

Most common last names for Marshall are: Dovbniak, England, Glidewell

In the ranking of the most common first names Marshall is on position 1768.

Meaning of "Marshall"

Male first name (English): Marshall, Marshall, Old English (Surname as first name), the marshal = marshal; markhaz = the horse (German dialect); skalkaz = the servant (German dialect), from a family name, which in turn to a professional title (Marshall ) decreases and the word 'Marshal' has a very complex history and can be traced to Germanic times to trace, with the meaning 'horse servant'

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