Meaning : English form of Marcus, The name Mark is dervied from the Latin Martkos and means 'war-like' and 'dedicated to mars'. Mark was one of the disciples., Warlike,

Origin : Biblical, Danish, Latin, Russian, Swedish, Norwegian, Dutch, English,

Pronunciation : (MAARK), MAHRK (English, Russian)  , mark,

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Mark Expression, Mark Soul Urge, Mark Inner Dream


Numerology information Mark:

numerologyName Number: 7 Meaning: Inner, Thought, Mind, Psychology, Secret, Mystic, Strange, Study, Knowledge, Loneliness, Rest


Additional information Mark:

additionalMark Wahlberg, actor. Mark Twain, author.

additionalFrom the Latin name Marcus, borne by the author of the second New Testament gospel. According to Arthurian legend, King Mark is the aged ruler of Cornwall, whose name may be derived from the Celtic word 'march', meaning 'horse'. Namesakes include Mark Wahlberg (actor), Mark Hughes (footballer) and Mark Twain (real name Samuel Langhorne Clemens), an American author.

additionalForm of MARCUS. Saint Mark was the author of the second Gospel in the New Testament. He is the patron saint of Venice, where he is supposedly buried. Though in use during the Middle Ages, Mark was not common in the English-speaking world until the 19th century, when it began to be used alongside the classical form Marcus. In the Celtic legend of Tristan and Isolde this was the name of a king of Cornwall. It was also borne by the American author Mark Twain (1835-1910), real name Samuel Clemens, the author of 'Tom Sawyer' and 'Huckleberry Finn'. He actually took his pen name from a call used by riverboat workers on the Mississippi River to indicate a depth of two fathoms. This is also the usual English spelling of the name of the 1st-century BC Roman triumvir Marcus Antonius (Mark Antony).


Definition funny of Mark:

urbanthe most sexy, erotic, flirtatious, hot stuff, bootylicious 4 letter word you'll ever see. If you spell it backwards, you get kram which according to urban dictionary means smoking weed/ganja/herb; how cool is that! I know you're impressed. If you take the mark out of supermarket, all you're left with is superet and that's pretty stupid cause why would you go out to the superet, it makes no sense. Mark means warlike, especially in bed if ya know what i mean. Its definitely the coolest word/name ever cause if you spell it frontwards and backwards, its different!!!

urbanOn your Mark, Get Set, Go!

urbannoun. A person identified as an easy target, or "sucker". A mark is always the short end of a joke or scam, and is never let in on whats going on. A mark is usually being cheated out of money. It's origin is from old English traveling carnivals from the late 1800s to early 1900s, where workers would refer to people paying to see thier made up shows and games a "mark". not from urban gangsters like most people think. Mark is also the origin to the term "smark" or "smart mark" which is a person who know's he/she is being scamed.

urbanThis town has a lot of marks.

urbanno words to decribe him, other than "a walking god!" he is the reason you live. the sooner you accept that, the better. he may not be interested in you, yet, but wait... i did, and now he's mine... so if theres a mark in your life that you want and find irresistable... chances are he's interested in you, so just wait... your time will come.. i guarantee! good luck, i wish the best to you....

urbanFRIEND 1: "omg! who is that hottie with a body over there? he is irresistably hot. i wish he knew i was alive.... " FRIEND 2: "oh him? that's mark, of course. who doesn't know him?" *mark starts walking toward them* FRIEND 1: "omg! omg! he's coming over here, do you think he likes me? theres now way he could, im too ugly..." FRIEND 2: "don't be too sure.... he always goes for the girl that least expects it, in this case.... your the girl, good luck! HI MARK!" MARK: "hello ladies. i was just talking to my friends, when i spotted the most beautiful person i have ever seen, so i decided to come over here and ask her out to the movies this friday. what do you say?" FRIEND 2: "who is the beautiful person? me, or her?" MARK: "sorry, but it's her, not you... so, will you?" FRIEND 1: "omg. of course. i can't believe you think i'm beautiful... no ones ever said that too me, besides my parents, but they have to say it..." MARK: "great, i'll pick you up around 7:30? k?" FRIEND 1: "yea, it's great. i can't wait!" *mark walks away* FRIEND 2: "what did i tell you?" FRIEND 1: "wow, i am so excited, and nervous, i never would have thought mark would ask me out!!! this is the best day of my life! *thus concludes, the best day of her life, this could be you, if you know a mark... just wait.... your time will come*

urbanExtreme; too intense for words; incredibly intelligent; works hard and plays even harder; loves deeply; very tender and caring; protective of those he loves; athletic and outdoorsy; SEXY; gifted in bed; will always make you laugh


Songs about Mark:

songsMark Rothko Song - Dar Williams  

songsMark Twain - Harry Belafonte  

songsThe Birds Of St. Marks by Jackson Browne from the Album Standing In The Breach

songsMark on Me by Eric Roberson from the Album The Box

songsWhat My Cutie Mark Is Telling Me by Daniel Ingram from the Album My Little Pony - Songs of Ponyville (Music from the Original TV Series)

songsSomeday (feat. Mark Knopfler) by Eric Clapton from the Album Eric Clapton & Friends - The Breeze (An Appreciation of JJ Cale) [+digital booklet]

songsTrain To Nowhere (feat. Mark Knopfler and Don White) by Eric Clapton from the Album Eric Clapton & Friends - The Breeze (An Appreciation of JJ Cale) [+digital booklet]

songsMiss Misery (feat. Mark Tornillo Of Accept) (Bonus Track) by Overkill from the Album White Devil Armory (Deluxe Version)

songsAnother Night Out (featuring Mark Lanegan) by Unkle from the Album Where Did the Night Fall


Books about Mark:

booksMark of the Mage (The Scribes of Medeisia Book 1) by R.K. Ryals, Melissa Ringsted and Frankie Rose (Jan 4, 2014)

booksMark Taylor: Genesis (The Mark Taylor Series Book 0) by M.P. McDonald (Jan 2, 2014)

booksMark by David Guzik (Dec 4, 2012)

booksMark of Promise (Revenge Book 1) by Kiahana (Dec 13, 2011)

booksThe Undocumented Mark Steyn by Mark Steyn (Oct 20, 2014)

booksThe Mark of a Druid by Rhonda Carpenter (Oct 3, 2009)

booksMark - The Callahan Brothers (Brazos Bend) (Volume 3) by Emily March (Oct 17, 2014)


Movies about Mark:

moviesSix - The Mark Unleashed [HD] 2011 NR CC - Runtime: 1 hr 47 mins Starring: Stephen Baldwin, David White, et al. Directed by: Kevin Downes

moviesJamie Marks is Dead 2014 NR CC - Runtime: 1 hr 42 mins Starring: Cameron Monaghan, Noah Silver, et al. Directed by: Carter Smith

moviesThe Mark Of Zorro 1999 CC - Runtime: 1 hr 30 mins Starring: Robert McKim, Snitz Edwards, et al. Directed by: Fred Niblo

moviesThe Boy Who Drew Cats, Told by William Hurt with Music by Mark Isham 2012 NR CC - Runtime: 30 mins Starring: William Hurt and Mark Isham Directed by: Unavailable

moviesMugshots: John Lennon - Death of a Beatle - Mark David Chapman 2013 NR CC - Runtime: 1 hr 28 mins Starring: John Lennon Directed by: Ellen Goosenberg Kent

moviesGlobal Treasures Saint Mark's Square Piazza San Marco Venice, Italy 2009 NR CC - Runtime: 11 mins Directed by:

moviesMark's Gospel as Told by Max McLean 2008 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 42 mins Starring: Max McLean Directed by: Bob Camitta and John Pietrowski


Wiki information Mark:

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