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  1. #1
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    Boy name that ends up being "mark" middle or first.

    My husbands dad passed away 5 months before we got pregnant, and his name was Mark. I am trying to think of an M name that honors him that is longer than Mark because I am not keen on that name, personally but just something that resembles it (besides marcus)

  2. #3
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    Why don't you do a Super Search of boy names that contain "marc" or "mark"?

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  3. #5
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    Here's all the names I could find for you that had Mark/Marc actually in there (and Marq since it's the same sound):

    Lamark
    Markel
    Markham
    Marko
    Marcel
    Marcellin
    Marcellis
    Marconi
    Marquis

    And even though you didn't ask for it, I think names with the same meaning could work:

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  4. #7
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    Mark comes from the name Mars, so it has hundreds of "cousins" you can use.

    Marlus
    Marklin
    Markson
    Markos
    Markel
    Marcus
    Marco

    Marcel
    Marcellus
    Marcellin
    Marius
    Martin
    Gianmarco

    Something like James-Mark, John-Mark, Mark-Anthony, Mark-Louis, Mark-Henry, Mark-August
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  5. #9
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    There's also Marcos. I personally adore Mark, though. It's such a masculine, unpretentious name... which is so rare these days! I've never met a young Mark, and would love to meet one. I've considered using it for my own kids (it's a family name), but the bearer is anti-family names. Strange, I know. I also love Marcus A LOT, as it brings back images of ancient Rome and Marcus Aurelius. With either Mark or Marcus, you could nn him Mars, which I think is quite adorable...
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