Martin means warlike derived from mars
Local Origin of Name: English
From the Latin name Martin
Meaning: ‘Warlike’ Derived from Mars, the Roman god of war
Emotional Spectrum .Not confrontational, prefers to accommodate.
Personal Integrity .The stuff that Presidents are made of…
Personality .A people person, Martin is never far from a crowd.
Relationships .If people were more like Martin, friends would come easily.
Travel & Leisure .Always on the go, Martin takes life in the fast lane.
Career & Money .Second only to his friends, his career is most important.
Life’s Opportunities .Not everyone has the career opportunities of Martin.
Martin’s Lucky Numbers: 57 .51 .29 .43 .5 .23 Martin is a common given and family name in most European languages. It derives from the Latin name Martinus, which is a diminutive form of Mart-, the stem of the name of the Roman god Mars, the protective godhead of the Latins (and therefore the god of warring). The meaning is usually rendered in reference to the god as “of Mars”, or “of war/warlike”. It is the most common French surname. One well-known Irish family are called Martyn. It has also been popular among Protestants due to Martin Luther.