Marcos in Portuguese and Spanish is Marco in Italian.
Gian is : Marco is: Juan (Spanish) Marcos (Spanish) Jean (French) Marc (French) Giovanni (Italian) Marco (Italian) John (English) Mark (English)
Normally, names are not translated. If your name is Mark, you would continue to use Mark. That being said, the Spanish equivalent to Mark is "Marcos".
The Spanish equivalent of Mark is Marcos.
Marcos Tognon has written: 'Arquitetura italiana no Brasil' -- subject(s): Criticism and interpretation, Architecture, Italian, Catalogs, Italian Architecture
The spanish equivalent of Marcus would be Marcos
He gets it from his dad :)
The Spanish people built the Castillo De San Marcos
Marcos is the Spanish and Portuguese variant of the name Mark. (as in the Saint Mark of the Bible) The name Mark is believed to be possibly derived from the Roman word Marcus; which was a devotee of Mars, the Roman god of war. Therefore Marcos can be read to mean "warrior" or possibly 'male'.
magical lo ve
To protect the spanish
the spanish built it