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Marco is an Italian equivalent of the English name "Marcus".

Specifically, the name is a masculine proper noun. It originates in Italy as an ancient Latin masculine name of uncertain origins and meaning. The pronunciation will be "MAR-ko" in Italian.

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Marc and Marcus are French equivalents of the Latin name Marcus.

Specifically, the name is a masculine proper noun. It may have ancient Etruscan origins of lost meaning in northern Italy. It tends to be translated into English as "Mark", whose equivalent Marc used to be the tendency also in French.

The pronunciation will be "mark" and "MAR-kyoos" in French.

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Markie is an English loan name in Italian.

Specifically, the name is a proper noun. It can be a nickname for Mark (Marco) in English. Or it can be a feminine nickname/name in its own right.

The pronunciation is "MAHR-kee" for the nickname and "MAHR-koh" for the full Italian name.

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