Originally Posted by marco pedrana
i think Marco means "marked", "branded" derived from latin. where do you got the "warlike" meaning from? there's the greek derived italian Macario, greek should be Makarios? that means "blessed", "happy" or the greek verb "machomai", substantive "machia" that means "i fight" "fight"
Marco is the italian firstname for Marc in french, or Mark in england or USA. Its roots come from MARS, the god of war.