Marek

Marek is a Czechoslovakian boy name. The meaning of the name is `Male` Where is it used? The name Marek is mainly used In Polish and In Czech.How do they say it elsewhere? Mark ( In English, Russian and In the bible) See also In Ukrainian, Croatian, Serbian and In Finnish: Marko In Spanish and In Portuguese: Marcos In Italian, Spanish and In ...
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Marek

Type: Term Pronunciation: mah′rek Definitions: 1. Josef, Hungarian veterinarian and pathologist, 1868-1952. See: Marek disease virus
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Marek

Marek is a Czech, Polish and Slovak given name, the equivalent of Mark in English. Some people with the given name Marek: Several footballers bear the given name Marek: ...
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Marek

[surname] Marek is a surname of: ...
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Marek

[bishop of Płock] Marek was an eleventh century bishop of Płock, Poland. Marek is the first bishop of Płock about which we have historical records and may have been the first actual bishop. He was bishop from 1075 until 1088. He obtained consent for the creation of the bishopric in Płock and tradition holds that he was appointed to the ...
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