Marcos (given name)


Marcos (given name)

Marcos is a male given name, the Spanish and Portuguese form of Mark. Markos in Greek. Marcos may refer to:

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Sports

Radio

  • Marcos Rodriguez, Sr., Cuban-American radio personality

Politics

Military

Television and film

Music

Christianity

Literature

Business

Other

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