Dictionary of Medieval Names
from European Sources

Marin m. Latin marinus 'of the sea; marine'.

The name of a 3rd C saint, a 4th C saint, a 9th C pope, and a 10th C Pope.

France
Latin
c823 Marinus (nom) irminon-vol2 86, Ved; 1080x1103 Marinus (nom) StVdM-II 722; 1138x1162 Marinus (nom) clairvaux-12thc 66
Middle French
1418 Marin DdB1418 p. 202; 1561 Marin RegPCC-1 p. 5; 1562 Marin ibid. p. 7; 1563 Marin ibid. p. 17; 1564 Marin ibid. p. 45; 1565 Marin ibid. p. 109; 1566 Marin ibid. p. 202; 1567 Marin ibid. p. 279; 1568 Marin ibid. p. 364; 1570 Marin ibid. p. 422; 1571 Marin ibid. p. 438
1421 Marinet favier 876
Germany
Latin
946 Marinus (nom) HambUrk-vol1 XXXIV
Italy
Latin
1036 Marinus (nom) skinner p. 120; 1300 Marinum (acc) ActDipVeneto-I-1 p. 47; 1301 Marino (abl) ibid. p. 51; 1324 Marino (abl) DSF p. 47, 3722; 1348 Marini (gen) INP 13, Marinum (acc) ibid. 3; 1376 Marini (gen) DouGen1 p. 238; 1403 Marino (dat) CatTir1 17, Marinum (acc) ibid. 17; 1449 Marino (abl) VitAs2 X; 1450 Marino (abl) ibid. VI; 1470 Marinj (gen) RCCaetani6 1192, Marino (abl) ibid. 1192; 1522x1532 Marino (abl) DSF p. 53, 48, Marinus (nom) ibid. p. 51, 21; 1527 Marini (gen) Rome1527 p. 90
1449 Marinutii (gen) VitAs2 X
Italian
1429–1430 Marino DiaryLMA p. 222
The Netherlands
Dutch
1576 Marinis MagMiddelburg-1560; 1577 Marinus ibid.; 1578 Marinus ibid.; 1579 Marinus ibid.; 1580 Marinis ibid.; 1581 Marinus ibid.; 1582 Marinis ibid.
Spain
Latin
1145 Merino (abl) AnnOPraem-2 col. ccccxxvi
Sweden
Latin
1383 Marinus (nom) SRA-vol2 no. 1949
Cite as: S.L. Uckelman. "Marin". In S.L. Uckelman, ed. The Dictionary of Medieval Names from European Sources, Edition 2017, no. 1. http://dmnes.org/2017/1/name/Marin.