Melinda English From Melanie and Linda.
Read more about Melanie. The name Mackenzie for a girl seemingly appeared out of nowhere in the mids. Most contribute its popularity to the actress Read more about Mackenzie. Marissa is the friendlier, girlier version of the far less popular Maris. It's a great name choice if you are looking for Read more about Marissa. Read more about Miriam. Read more about Mae. Read more about Mallory. Read more about Meredith. The biblical Naomi claimed the name Mara as an expression of grief after the deaths of her husband and sons.
Bitter; The biblical Naomi claimed the name Mara as an expression of grief after the deaths of her husband and sons. Read more about Mara. Mikayla is the phonetic version of the Hebrew Michaela and a feminine form of Michael.
It's really gained in popularity in Read more about Mikayla. Derived from the Latin word for myrrh, and possibly a variant of the name Myrna; Myra may also have been invented by the Read more about Myra. Read more about Martha. Mckenzie is an alternate spelling of the ever-popular Mackenzie, and less commonly used.
Read more about Mckenzie. Maggie is the spunky, tomboyish form of Margaret. It feels very fun and modern, but is still a good throwback to it's classic Read more about Maggie. Though the popular perception is that Michaela is a relatively new name, and a version of Michelle, the exact opposite is Read more about Michaela. What's the point of creating a spelling variation with a silent letter? Who knows, maybe Meghan. This pearl of a name is Read more about Meghan. Gender Any Boy Girl Unisex.
Marie Marie is the French version of the classic Mary. Michelle You can thank The Beatles for Michelle's entrace into the girl name hall of fame in the 70s and 80s. Mia Mamma Mia, is Mia a hot hot name right now! Melissa There's a great story with this name: Mary Mary is the mother of all girl names get it? Maria If you can get past the definition of the name's origin see above , Maria really is a lovely girls name Madison Most always given as a girl's name today, Madison is wildly popular: Megan Want to name your baby Pearl but think it's too old-fashioned?
Mariah Are you hoping for a diva baby with a set of golden pipes? Molly Molly, a pet form of the classic Mary, has been around since the Middle Ages and has been a consistently popular name in Mercy Mercy is one of those virtue names that has never quite achieved the fame of Grace and Faith—in fact, it's downright obscure Madeline Madeline is a variation of Magdalene which references the biblical Mary Magdalene.
Dark; the name of a Roman saint who became a great religious philanthropist Read more about Melanie. Mackenzie The name Mackenzie for a girl seemingly appeared out of nowhere in the mids. Marissa Marissa is the friendlier, girlier version of the far less popular Maris. Biblical name meaning rebellious Hebrew: Malu Hawaiian peacefulness Malva Greek Soft and tender. Malvina Gaelic The smooth-browed one.
Manilla Aboriginal A winding river. Feminine form of Emmanuel. The original form of Mary. Marcella Latin Belonging to Mars. The feminine form of Marcus or Mark.
Marcia Latin Belonging to Mars. Mardi French Born on a Tuesday. Marelda Teutonic A famous battle maiden. Also see Marina and Mary. Margaret Latin A pearl. Margarita Spanish A pearl. Margot French Originally a nickname from Margaret, but now an independent name. Marguerite French A pearl. Also see Margot and Megan. Mariana French Bitter, as in a bitterly wanted child. Marianne French Bitter, as in a bitterly wanted child. Maricel Latin full of grace Marie French A biblical name meaning bitter.
Marieke Dutch A biblical name meaning bitter. Marielle French Bitter, as in a bitterly wanted child. Marietta Italian Bitter, as in a bitterly wanted child. Marigold Old English A golden flower. A biblical name meaning bitter. Mary - Bitter, as in a bitterly wanted child. Marina Latin Of the sea. Also see Maris and Mary. Marinka Russian Of the sea. Derived from Marina Marinna Aboriginal A song. Mariposa Spanish butterfly Mariquita Spanish Bitter, as in a bitterly wanted child.
Maris Latin Of the sea. Marita Spanish Bitter, as in a bitterly wanted child. Also the newer and now more popular meaning arose from its sound-alike similarity to marjoram, the name of an aromatic herb. Marketta Finnish Finnish form of Margaret. Marlee Aboriginal An Elder tree. Marilyn is derived from Mary and Lynn. Marina - Of the sea. Marsha Latin Belonging to Mars.
Martha Aramaic A lady. A name from the Bible. Martina Latin Of Mars, the Roman god of war. The feminine form of Martin.
Ellen - The light of the sun. Jane - God is gracious. Maryam Arabic A biblical name meaning bitter. Anne - Grace, or favoured by God. Louise - A famous warrior maiden. Maryvonne French From Mary and Yvonne. The wood of the Yew tree. Masa Japanese Good and straightforward. Mattea Hebrew The gift of God. The feminine form of Matthew. Maura Celtic The name of a 5th-century saint. Mavis French A songbird. The feminine form of Maximilian. Maxine Latin The greatest.
Also named of the month. Maya Latin The great one. The name of a Roman goddess and a Hindu goddess. Also a nickname from Maria. Maysa Arabic She who walks gracefully. Medusa Greek A character from mythology. The name represents the zodiac sign Pisces. Megan Welsh A pearl. Megara Greek A mythological figure. Mei Latin great one Meinwen Welsh Fair and slender. Melantha Greek The dark flower. She named herself after her home town, Melbourne Australia. Melek Arabic An angel. Melia Greek A mythological nymph.
Melinda English From Melanie and Linda. Melanie - The dark or black one. Melisande French Strong and industrious. Melisenda Spanish honest, diligent Melissa Greek The honeybee.
From the name Amelia, Melanie, Melinda and Melissa. Mellissa Greek The honeybee. Melody Greek Like a song. Melosa Spanish gentle, sweet Melva Welsh A sweet place. Melwyn Cornish As fair as honey.
Meredith Old Welsh A lord. Marry - Joyful, happy. Also a nickname from Meredith. Merinda Aboriginal A beautiful woman. Merle Old French A blackbird. Merlin Old Welsh From the fort by the sea, or the falcon. Also a boy's name Merlin. Merlyn Old Welsh From the fort by the sea, or the falcon. Merpati Indonesian A dove. Merri Aboriginal A stone. Merrill Old English Of the bright sea. Merry Old English Joyful, happy.
Merryn Cornish The name of a saint and a village. Also a nickname for Meriel. Meta Latin The ambitious one. Metis Greek The wise one. Miah Aboriginal The moon. Michal Hebrew A brook. Michel French Feminine form of Michael. Michele French Feminine form of Michael. Michelle French from Hebrew Like the Lord. A feminine form of Michael. Mildred Old English Strong yet gentle. Milena Czech The favoured one.
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