Mark Brust in the US

  1. #2,954,070 Mark Brouse
  2. #2,954,071 Mark Bruck
  3. #2,954,072 Mark Brucker
  4. #2,954,073 Mark Bruins
  5. #2,954,074 Mark Brust
  6. #2,954,075 Mark Buchert
  7. #2,954,076 Mark Buchheit
  8. #2,954,077 Mark Bungard
  9. #2,954,078 Mark Buonomo
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Meaning & Origins

From the Latin name Marcus, borne by the Evangelist, author of the second gospel in the New Testament, and by several other early and medieval saints. In Arthurian legend, King Mark is the aged ruler of Cornwall to whom Isolde is brought as a bride by Tristan; his name was presumably of Celtic origin, perhaps derived from the element march ‘horse’. This was not a particularly common name in the Middle Ages but was in more frequent use by the end of the 16th century.
17th in the U.S.
German: from Middle High German brust ‘chest’, ‘breast’; also ‘vest’, presumably a nickname for someone with a particularly broad chest or alternatively for the wearer of a distinctive upper garment.
11,719th in the U.S.

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