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# Name Origin Meaning Gender
1 Ma'isah Muslim Walking with a proud swinging gait.. F
2 Ma'sma Muslim Innocent. Infallible.. F

3 Maa'sma Muslim Variant of Ma'sma: Innocent. Infallible.. F
4 Maachah Biblical Pressed down, worn, fastened. F
5 Maachathi Biblical Broken. F
6 Maadai Biblical Pleasant, testifying. F
7 Maahjabeen Muslim Variant of Mahjabin: Forehead. Moon.. F
8 Maai Biblical Belly, heaping up. F
9 Maajida Muslim Variant of Majida: Glorious. Powerful.. F
10 Maale-akrabbim Biblical Ascent of scorpions. F
11 Maarath Biblical Den, making empty, watching. F
12 Maasiai Biblical The defense, or strength, or trust of the Lord. F
13 Maat Egyptian Mythical goddess of order and justice. F

14 Maath Biblical Wiping away, breaking, fearing, smiting. F
15 Mab Irish Happiness. F
16 Mabbina Irish Happiness. F
17 Mabel English Diminutive of Amabel: Lovable. F
18 Mabel Latin Diminutive of Amabel: Beautiful, loving, lovable.Amabel was used frequently during the Middle Ages and briefly in the 19th century, and has now been largely replaced by the diminutive Mabel. F
19 Mabella English Variant of Mabel: Diminutive of Amabel: Lovable. F
20 Mabella Latin Diminutive of Amabel: Beautiful, loving, lovable.Amabel was used frequently during the Middle Ages and briefly in the 19th century, and has now been largely replaced by the diminutive Mabel. F
21 Mabelle English Variant of Mabel: Diminutive of Amabel: Lovable. F
22 Mabelle French My beautiful one. Loveable. F
23 Mabelle Latin Diminutive of Amabel: Beautiful, loving, lovable. F
24 Mabina Celtic Nimble. F
25 Mable English Variant of Mabel: Diminutive of Amabel: Lovable. F
26 Mable Latin Diminutive of Amabel: Beautiful, loving, lovable. F
27 Mabli Welsh Welsh form of Mabel, meaning lovable. F
28 Macbeth Shakespearean 'The Tragedy of Macbeth' Lady Macbeth, with to Macbeth who urges him to murder Duncan, then later goes mad from guilt. F
29 Macduff Shakespearean 'The Tragedy of Macbeth' Lady Macduff, wife to Macduff, murdered on Macbeth's orders. F
30 Macedonia Biblical Burning, adoration. F
31 Macee French Derived from medieval male form of Matthew. F
32 Macey French Derived from medieval male form of Matthew. F
33 Macha Irish Plain. F
34 Machara Scottish Plain. F
35 Machi Biblical Poor, a smiter. F
36 Machir Biblical Selling, knowing. F
37 Machnadebai Biblical Smiter. F
38 Machpelah Biblical Double. F
39 Maci English Derived from medieval male form of Matthew. F
40 Macie English Derived from medieval male form of Matthew. F
41 Mackenzie Scottish Son of Kenzie; fair; favored one. F
42 Macy French Derived from medieval male form of Matthew. F
43 Mada Irish From Mathilda. F
44 Mada Polish Bitter. F
45 Madailein Irish Irish form of Madeleine: magnificent. F
46 Madalen Hebrew From the tower. F
47 Madalena Spanish Bitter; Woman from Magdala. Variant of Madeleine. F
48 Madalene French Woman from Magdala. Variant of Madeleine. F
49 Madalyn Hebrew From the tower. F
50 Madalynn Spanish Bitter; Woman from Magdala. Variant of Madeleine. F
51 Maddalen German Magnificent. F
52 Maddalena German Magnificent. F
53 Maddalene German Magnificent. F
54 Maddalyn German Magnificent. F
55 Maddelena Italian Woman from Magdala. Variant of Madeleine. F
56 Maddie English Woman from Magdala. Variant of Madeleine. Madeleine. F
57 Maddie French Diminutive of Madeleine: Woman of Magdala. Tower. F
58 Maddy French Diminutive of Madeleine: Woman of Magdala. Tower. F
59 Madel Hebrew From the tower. F
60 Madelaine Hebrew From the tower. F
61 Madeleina French Tower. F
62 Madeleine French Diminutive of Madeleine: Woman of Magdala. Tower. F
63 Madeleine Hebrew From the tower. F
64 Madelena English Woman from Magdala. Variant of Madeleine. Madeleine. F
65 Madelena Hebrew From the tower. F
66 Madelene English Woman from Magdala. Variant of Madeleine. Madeleine. F
67 Madelene Hebrew From the tower. F
68 Madelhari German Army counselor. F
69 Madelina French Diminutive of Madeleine: Woman of Magdala. Tower. F
70 Madeline French Diminutive of Madeleine: Woman of Magdala. Tower. F
71 Madelon French Diminutive of Madeleine: Woman of Magdala. Tower. F
72 Madelynn Spanish Bitter; Woman from Magdala. Variant of Madeleine. F
73 Madena Spanish Bitter; Woman from Magdala. Variant of Madeleine. F
74 Madge English Diminutive of Margaret: Pearl. Child of Light. F
75 Madge Greek Approval. Also can be a diminutive of Margaret: Pearl. F
76 Madge Persian Diminutive of Margaret: Child of light. Famous Bearer: Margaret Thatcher, former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. F
77 Madhur Hindi Gentle. F
78 Madia Spanish Bitter; Woman from Magdala. Variant of Madeleine. F
79 Madian Biblical Judgment, striving, covering, chiding. F
80 Madie French Tower. F
81 Madihah Muslim Praiseworthy.. F
82 Madina Spanish Bitter; Woman from Magdala. Variant of Madeleine. F
83 Madison English Surname derived from Matthew: (gift of Jah) or Matilda: (strong fighter). The mermaid heroine of the film 'Splash. '. F
84 Madmannah Biblical Measure of a gift, preparation of a garment. F
85 Madolen French Tower. F
86 Madonna Italian My lady. Respectful form of address similar to the French 'madame.' Used to signify Virgin Mary or art depicting her as a mother. F
87 Madonna Latin My lady. F
88 Madora Greek Ruler. F
89 Madra English Mother. F
90 Madre English Mother. F
91 Madre Spanish Mother. F
92 Madri Indian Wife of Pandu. F
93 Mady English Maiden. F
94 Mady German Maiden. F
95 Mae Anglo-Saxon Kinswomen. F
96 Mae English Variant of May: Month name. F
97 Mae French May. In Roman mythology Maia: (source of the month May) was goddess of spring growth. F
98 Mae Hebrew Bitter. F
99 Maegan Welsh Variant of Margaret - pearl - based on the abbreviation Meg. F
100 Maegth English Maiden. F
101 Maeko Japanese Truth child. F
102 Maelee French May. In Roman mythology Maia: (source of the month May) was goddess of spring growth. F
103 Maelynn French May. In Roman mythology Maia: (source of the month May) was goddess of spring growth. F
104 Maemi Japanese Smile of truth. F
105 Maera Latin Daughter of Atlas. F
106 Maertisa English Famous. F
107 Maeve Celtic A mythical queen. F
108 Maeve Irish Joy. The name of an early queen of Connaught. F
109 Maeveen Celtic Nimble. F
110 Mafuane Egyptian Soil. F
111 Magaere Greek A Fury. F
112 Maganhildi German Strong battle maiden. F
113 Magbish Biblical Excelling, height. F
114 Magd German Maiden. F
115 Magda German German diminutive of Magdalene: Woman of Magdala. 'Maiden'. Reference to Biblical Mary Magdalene. F
116 Magda Hebrew From the tower. F
117 Magda Slavic Abbreviation of Magdalena.Woman from Magdala. Reference to Biblical Mary Magdalene. F
118 Magdala Biblical Tower, greatness. F
119 Magdala Hebrew From the tower. F
120 Magdalen Czechoslovakian Woman from Magdala. The biblical Mary Magdalene came from Magdala area near the sea of Galilee. F
121 Magdalen Hebrew From the tower. F
122 Magdalen Spanish Bitter. Woman from Magdala. The biblical Mary Magdalene came from Magdala area near the sea of Galilee. F
123 Magdalena Czechoslovakian Woman from Magdala. The biblical Mary Magdalene came from Magdala area near the sea of Galilee. F
124 Magdalena Hebrew From the tower. F
125 Magdalena Spanish Bitter. Woman from Magdala. The biblical Mary Magdalene came from Magdala area near the sea of Galilee. F
126 Magdalene Biblical A person from Magdala. F
127 Magdalene Czechoslovakian Woman from Magdala. The biblical Mary Magdalene came from Magdala area near the sea of Galilee. F
128 Magdalene Hebrew Woman of Magdala. From the tower. Famous bearer: St. Mary Magdalene, the repentant prostitute in the New Testament. F
129 Magdalene Spanish Bitter. Woman from Magdala. The biblical Mary Magdalene came from Magdala area near the sea of Galilee. F
130 Magdiel Biblical Declaring God, chosen fruit of God. F
131 Magena NativeAmerican Moon. F
132 Maggi English Abbreviation of Margaret. A pearl. F
133 Maggie English Abbreviation of Margaret. A pearl. F
134 Maggie Greek Diminutive of Margaret: Pearl. F
135 Maggie Persian Diminutive of Margaret: Child of light. Famous Bearer: Margaret Thatcher, former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. F
136 Maggie Scottish Scottish form of Margaret: pearl. F
137 Maggy English Abbreviation of Margaret. A pearl. F
138 Magna Norse Strong. F
139 Magnhilda German Strong battle maiden. F
140 Magnild German Strong battle maiden. F
141 Magnild Norse Strong fighter. F
142 Magnilda German Strong battle maiden. F
143 Magnilda Norse Strong fighter. F
144 Magnilde German Strong battle maiden. F
145 Magnilde Norse Strong fighter. F
146 Magnolia English Magnolia (flowering shrub). F
147 Magnolia French Flower. F
148 Magor-missabib Biblical Fear on every side. F
149 Magpiash Biblical A body thrust hard together. F
150 Maha Muslim Wild cow.. F
151 Mahadevi Indian Great goddess. F
152 Mahal NativeAmerican Woman. F
153 Mahala Hebrew Tenderness; barren. F
154 Mahala NativeAmerican 'Woman. F
155 Mahalah Hebrew Variant of Mahala: Tenderness; barren. F
156 Mahaleleel Biblical Praising God. F
157 Mahali Biblical Infirmity, a harp, pardon. F
158 Mahalia Hebrew Variant of Mahala: Tenderness; barren. F
159 Mahamari Indian Killer. F
160 Mahanaim Biblical Tents, two fields, two armies. F
161 Mahanehdan Biblical Tents of judgment. F
162 Mahanem Biblical A comforter. F
163 Maharai Biblical Hasting, a hill, from a hill. F
164 Mahath Biblical Wiping away, breaking, fearing, smiting. F
165 Mahault Dutch Dutch form of Matilda. F
166 Mahavites Biblical Declaring a message, marrow. F
167 Mahaz Biblical An end, ending, growing hope. F
168 Mahboobe Muslim Variant of Mahbubi: Beloved. Sweetheart.. F
169 Mahbubee Muslim Variant of Mahbubi: Beloved. Sweetheart.. F
170 Mahbubi Muslim Beloved. Sweetheart.. F
171 Mahesa Hindi Wife of Shiva. F
172 Maheshvari Indian Great lady. F
173 Mahila Indian Woman. F
174 Mahina Hawaiian Moon; moonlight. F
175 Mahjabin Muslim Forehead. Moon.. F
176 Mahlah Biblical Infirmity, a harp, pardon. F
177 Mahli Biblical Infirmity, a harp, pardon. F
178 Mahlon Biblical Infirmity, a harp, pardon. F
179 Mahmoode Muslim Praised. Commendable.. F
180 Mahmude Muslim Variant of Mahmoode: Praised. Commendable.. F
181 Mahmudee Muslim Variant of Mahmoode: Praised. Commendable.. F
182 Mahteab Muslim The moon.. F
183 Mai French May. In Roman mythology Maia: (source of the month May) was goddess of spring growth. F
184 Mai NativeAmerican Coyote. F
185 Mai Scottish Scottish form of Margaret: pearl. F
186 Maia French May. In Roman mythology Maia: (source of the month May) was goddess of spring growth. F
187 Maia Greek Mother of Hermes. F
188 Maia Hebrew Close to God. F
189 Maia Latin Daughter d Atlas. F
190 Maialen Hebrew From the tower. F
191 Maibe Egyptian Grave. F
192 Maible Irish Lovable. F
193 Maida Anglo-Saxon Maiden. F
194 Maida English Maiden; virgin. F
195 Maidel English Maiden. F
196 Maidel Hebrew From the tower. F
197 Maidie English Girl; maiden. Also can be a Scottish diminutive of Margaret. F
198 Maidie Greek Diminutive of Margaret: Pearl. F
199 Maidie Hebrew Diminutive of Mary: Wished-for child; rebellion; bitter. Famous Bearers: the Virgin Mary; Mary Magdalene; Mary, Queen of Scots (1542-87). F
200 Maidie Persian Diminutive of Margaret: Child of light. Famous Bearer: Margaret Thatcher, former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. F