Marcellus - Meaning of Marcellus

What does Marcellus mean?

[ 3 syll. mar-cel-lus, ma-rcell-us ] The baby boy name Marcellus is pronounced as MaaRSAHL-ahS †. Marcellus is mainly used in German and English. Its language of origin is Latin.

Marcellus is a variant form of the Catalan, English, French, and German name Marcel in the German language.

Marcellus is also a diminutive of the English, Scandinavian, French, and German name Marcus in the English language.

See also the related form, the French Marcellin.

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Marcellus is a classic favorite. At present it is still somewhat popular as a baby boy name, but not as much as it was in the past. Its usage peaked modestly in 1902 with 0.012% of baby boys being named Marcellus. It had a ranking of #548 then. The baby name has substantially dropped in popularity since then, and is of very light use in recent times. In 2018, its usage was only 0.011% and its ranking #961. Among the family of boy names directly related to Marcellus, Marcus was the most popular. In 2018, it was more widely used than Marcellus by 9 times.

Baby names that sound like Marcellus include Marceleigh, Marcelis, Marcellis, Marcellous, Marcelus, Marcilka, Marcilki, Marsalis, Marsallis, Marsellis, Marsellus, and Marsalius.

† Pronunciation for Marcellus: M as in "me (M.IY)" ; AA as in "odd (AA.D)" ; R as in "race (R.EY.S)" ; S as in "see (S.IY)" ; AH as in "mud (M.AH.D)" ; L as in "lay (L.EY)"

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