Other Origin(s):German, Scottish
Meaning:Caretaker of horses
Encourage baby to be kind to the world and creatures around him with this French boy's name. Marshal, meaning "caretaker of horses," comes from the Frankish word mare, meaning "horse," and skalkoz, meaning "servant." It was originally used as an occupational name and surname, in the same vein of Taylor, and has a similar classic vibe that'll age as beautifully as baby. Marshal, sometimes spelled as Marshall, is also a Scottish surname that means "love of horses." It has even more roots in German and Ashkenazic Jewish as the surname Marschall, which means "keeper of horses" in German.
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