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Mastin

Mastin Meaning and Origin

The name Mastin is a boy’s name meaning “from Marsden” and is of French origin. It is also a name of Spanish origin that is often used as a surname, but can also be used as a first name. It is derived from the word “mastín,” which means mastiff in Spanish. The mastiff is a large breed of dog that is known for its strength, loyalty, and protective nature. The name Mastin is not very common as a first name, but it has been used in literature and popular culture. For example, the character Mastin in the novel “The Count of Monte Cristo” by Alexandre Dumas is a loyal servant who helps the protagonist. As a surname, Mastin is more common and can be found throughout Spanish-speaking countries, as well as in other parts of the world where people of Spanish descent have immigrated.

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