Marta

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Gender: F Origin of Marta: Italian, Spanish, Scandinavian, and Eastern European variation of Martha

Sounds perennially Olde World.

Famous People Named Marta

Marta Kauffman, American television producer and writer
Marta Vieira da Silva, Brazilian footballer
Marta Fitzgerald, American fitness instructor, ex-wife of radio host Rush Limbaugh
Marta Teresa Smith de Vasconcelos Suplicy, Brazilian politician
Marta Anton, Argentine dancer
Marta Abba, Italian actress
Marta Acosta, American novelist
Marta Eggerth, Hungarian singer-actress
Márta Károlyi, Romanian gymnastics coach
Marta Kristen (born Birgit Annalisa Rusanen), Norwegian-American actress
Marta Peterson, keyboardist of American metal band Bleeding Through
Marta Sánchez (López), Spanish pop singer
Márta Sebestyén, Hungarian folk singer
Marta Savic, Bosnian-Serbian folk singer

Pop Culture References for the name Marta

Marta von Trapp, daughter in musical "The Sound of Music"
Marta Schneider, main character in 'Marta's Legacy' series by Francine Rivers
Marta Demboski, character on British soap "EastEnders"
Marta Estrella, character on TV's "Arrested Development"
Dr. Marta Shearing, character in movie "The Bourne Legacy"
Marta, character in Jessica Day George's "Dragon Slipper" series

Martica, Martina