The noble Spanish surname Marmolejo is topographic origin, and therefore is derived from a geographic or man-made feature near which the original bearer lived or held land. In this instance, the surname Marmolejo is derived from the Spanish word "marmol," meaning "marble." Thus, the surname Marmolejo signifies "one who lived near a place where marmol was quarried."
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