Marshall
Origin/Usage
Germanic
Pronunciation
MAHR-shəl
Meaning
Caretaker of horses
More info about the name "Marshall"

Marshall is an English occupational name, derived from the French name 'Mareschal', itself derived from the Old Germanic words 'marah', which means 'a horse', and 'sealc', which means 'servant'.

Popularity of the Name Marshall
Also Spelled Like...

Marshal, Marshell

Famous Marshalls

Marshall Brant - baseball player
Marshall Crenshaw - musician
Marshall Frady - journalist
Marshall Johnson - football player
Marshall Mathers - musician
Marshall Rogers - basketball player

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