The baby name Markise is a unisex name, 2 syllables long and is pronounced "mar-KEEZ".
Markise is Unique in Origin.
Markise is a rare and unique name that has its roots in the English language. The name Markise means "nobleman" or "lord" and is derived from the Old English word "mearc," which means "boundary" or "border." The name was originally used as a title of rank or nobility, and was later adopted as a given name. Markise is a unisex name, which means it can be used for both boys and girls.
The pronunciation of Markise is MAR-keez or MAR-kihs. The name has two syllables and is pronounced with emphasis on the first syllable. The name is not commonly used in the United States, but it has gained some popularity in recent years. The name Markise is often spelled differently, with variations such as Marquise, Marquis, and Markis.
The name Markise is composed of two elements: "mar," which means "noble" or "lord," and "kise," which is a variant of the name Kees, which means "honor" or "glory." The combination of these two elements creates a name that signifies nobility, honor, and glory. Markise is a unique and distinctive name that can be a great choice for parents who are looking for a name that is both meaningful and uncommon.