M

Name

Meaning

Derivations

Origin

Maake Warrior Polynesian
Maarten Don’t
deceive
Maau Poet Tongan
Mabon Mythical god
of youth.
Mabonn Celtic
Mabry Worth of
love. A short form of Amabel, lovable. The masculine form of Mabel.
Mabri, Mabrie Latin
Mac Son Mack, Mak Scottish,
Gaelic
Macabee Hammer Maccabee, Mackabee, Makabee Hebrew
Macadam Son of Adam,
Son of the earth.
Mackadam,
Makadam
Old English,
Scottish
Macalla Full moon. Macala, Macalah, Macallah Australian
Aboriginal
Macallister Allister’s
son, son of the avenger.
Macalaster, MacAlistair, Macalister, Mackalistair, Mackalister, Makalistair,
Makalister, McAlister, McAllister
Macardle Bravery’s son Irish
Macario Blessed,
happy.
Macaryo Spanish
Macarthur Arthur’s son,
son of the noble strength.; Son of the bear.
MacArthur, Mackarthur, Makarthur, McArthur Irish;
Scottish, Welsh
Macauley Son of
righteousness.
Macaulea, Macauleah, Macaulee,
Macaulei, Macauleigh, Macauley, Macauli, Macaulie, Macauly, Mackaulea,
Mackauleah, Mackaulee, Mackaulei, Mackauleigh, Mackauley, Mackauli,
Mackaulie, Mackauly, McCaulea, McCaulaeah, McCaulee, McCaulei,
McCauleigh, McCauley, McCauli, McCaulie, McCauly
Scottish
MacBeth Elizabeth’s
son, son who is holy, sacred to God.
Mackbeth,
Makbeth
Scottish
MacBride Bride’s son,
son of the brindle maker.
Macbryd, Macbryde, Mackbride,
Mackbryde, Makbride, Makbryde, McBride, McBryde
Scottish,
English
MacCoy Coy’s son,
son of the shy, sweet and modest one.
MacCoi, MacCoy, Mackoi, Mackoy,
Makcoi, Makcoy, Mccoy, McCoi, McCoy
Irish
Maccrea Grace’s son,
son of the graceful, blessed one.
MacCrae, MacCrai, MacCray, Macrae,
MacCrea, Mackrea, Makcrea, Mccrea, McCrea
Irish
MacDonald Donald’s son,
son of the world ruler.
MackDonald, Mackdonald, MakDonald,
Makdonald, McDonald
Gaelic
Maccus Hammer Celtic
MacDougall Son of the
dark stranger.
Scottish
Macharios Blessed Greek
Mack Son. Short
form of names starting with ‘Mack’.
Mac, Mak Scottish,
Celtic
MacKenzie Kenzie’s son. Son of the
wise, handsome leader
Mackenzee, Mackenzey, Mackenzi,
Mackenzy, Makenzee, Makenzey, Makenzi, Makenzie, Makenzy, McKenzee,
McKenzey, McKenzi, McKenzie, McKenzy
Irish
MacKinley Kinle’s son,
Son of the skilful leader; Son of hte relative from the meadow.
Mackinlea, Mackinleah, Mackinlee,
Mackinleigh, Mackinli, Mackinnly, Mackynlea, Mackynleah, Mackynlee,
Mackynleigh, Mackynlie, Mackynly, Makinleah, Makinlee, Makinleigh,
Makinley, Makinlie, Makinly, Makynlea, Makynleah, Makynlee, Makynleigh,
Makynlie, Makynly
Irish; Old
English
Maclean Leaner’s son,
Son of the lion-like one.
MacKlean, Macklean, McClean Gaelic
Macklin Son of Flann
or Form of Mack
Macklyn,
Macklinn
Celtic
MacMahon Mahon’s son,
Son of the one who is storng like a bear.
Mackmanon, MacMahon, McMahon Irish
MacMurray Murray’s son,
Son of the sailor.
Mackmurray, Macmurry, McMurray, Mcmurry Irish
MacNair Nair’s son,
Son of the heir.
Macknair, Macknayr, McNair, McNayr Scottish,
Gaelic
Maco God is with
us. A form of Emmanuel.
Macko, Mako Hebrew
Macon Creating, To
perform.
Macan, Macen, Macin, Macun, Macyn Old English
Macques Extreme. A short form of names
beginning with ‘Max’; Also a type or monkey.
Latin
Macy From the
estate owned by Matthew, Gift of God.
Mace, Macey, Maci, Macie, Macy Old French
Maddock Fortunate,
Generous.
Maddoc, Maddoch, Maddok, Maddox,
Madoc, Madoch, Madock, Madox
Welsh
Maddox Benificent English/Celtic
Madeep Mind that is full of light. Mandee, Mandieep Punjabi
Madison Son
of Matthew, Son of the powerful warrior.
Maddison, Maddyson, Madyson Old English
Madoc Fortunate, Lucky. Maddoc, Maddoch, Maddock, Maddok, Maddox,
Madoch, Madock, Madok, Madox
Welsh
Madon Charitable Maddan, Madden, Maddin, Maddon,
Maddyn, Madan, Maden, Madin, Madyn
Celtic
Madu People Ibo
Mafeyi Not
enjoyable.
Yoruba
Mafu Heart Tongan
Magar Attendant of the groom. Magarious Armenian
Magee Hugh’s son, Son of the intelligent one;
Heart, Mind.
MacGee, MacGhee, McGee Irish; Teutonic
Magnar Warrior Magah, Magne Norwegian
Magnus Great Manus (Irish), Magnuss, Manasses (Irish) Latin
Magomu The youngest twin. Luganda
Maguire Guire’s son, Son of the beige one. MacGuire, McGuire Irish
Magus Wizard of knowledge. Latin
Mahamet Glorified Mohomet Arabic
Mahir Expert,
Hard-working
Mair Hebrew
Mahkah Earth Maka, Makah Lakota
Maholi Powerful Maili Tongan
Mahon Strong like a
bear.
Mahoney Irish
Mahpee Sky Lakota, Sioux
Maidoc Fortunate Maedoc, Maedock, Maidock, Maidok,
Maydoc, Maydock, Maydok
Welsh
Mailen Mesh, Chain. Maylen Latin
Maimon Lucky Maymon Arabic
Maison
Maitland From the
meadow pastureland, Earthly
Maitlan, Maytlan, Maytland, Maetland,
Mateland, Matland, Mayteland, Maytland
Old French
Majid Glorious Majyd Arabic
Major Great Majar, Majer, Mayar, Mayer, Mayor Latin
Maka Rock Makah Tongan
Makai



“ma-kigh”

Towards the
sea; World of spirits.
Mackay, Makay Hawaiian;
Japanese
Makaio Gift of God.
A form of Matthew.
Makayo Hawaiian,
Hebrew
Makalani Writer Makalanee, Makalaaney, Makalanie,
Makalanie, Makalany
Mwera
Makani Wind Makanie,
Makany
Hawaiian
Makara Crocodile Makarah Sanskrit
Makarios Blessed with
happiness.
Makari, Makarie, Makary (Polish), Makaryos Greek
Maki Moon Australian
Aboriginal (Nyoongar)
Makin Strength Makyn Arabic
Makis Likenes to
God. A short form of Michael.
Makys Greek, Hebrew
Maksim Greatest Mac, Mack,
Macka, Mak, Makimus (Polish), Maks, Maksim, Maksimka, Maksym (Polish),
Maksymilian (Polish), Maxim, Maximilian, Maximillian
Russian,
Latin
Makya Eagle hunter. Makia, Makiah,
Makyah
Hopi
Malachi Messenger
from God.
Mal, Malakai,
Malakye
Hebrew
Malcolm A
dove
Malcom Follower of Saint Columba. Malcolm, Maolcolm Irish, Scottish, Gaelic
Malach Angel. Messenger of God Malac, Malachi, Malachie,
Malachy
Hebrew
Malawi Flames Native American
Maldon Meeting place in the wood
hollow.
Maldan, Malden, Maldin, Maldun, Maldyn Old English
Maleko Warrior of Mars. A form
of Mark.
Hawaiian, Latin
Malibongwe Let it (His name) be praised. Zulu
Malik King, Master,
Angel
Malic, Malick, Malyc, Malyck, Malyk Arabic
Malin Little warrior Malen, Malin, Mallen, Mallin, Mallon,
Mallyn, Malon, Malyn
Old English
Malise Servant of Jesus Malice, Malyca, Malyse Gaelic
Malleson Mary’s son. Son of the
wished-for one. Star of the sea. Bitter
Maleson Hebrew
Mallory Fated, Army
counsellor.
Mallorey, Mallori, Mallorie, Malorey,
Malori, Malorie, Malory
Teutonic
Malo Thank you. Tongan
Malohi Strength Tongan
Malone St John’s
servant.
Malon Irish
Maloney Devoted to
worship on Sundays.
Malonee, Maloni, Malonie, Malony Irish
Maloo Thunder Malo Australian
Aboriginal
Malory Wild duck. Mallori, Mallorie, Mallori, Mallorie, Mallory Old French
Malu Shadow Tongan
Malvern From the bare
hill.
Malverne, Malvirn, Malvirne, Malvyrn, Malvyrne Welsh
Malvyn Armoured
chief or ruler.
Malvan, Malven, Malvin, Malvon,
Melvan, Melvin, Melvon, Melvyn
Irish, Gaelic
Mamafa Serious Mamafah Tongan
Mamani The earth. Mamanie,
Mamany
Tongan
Mamo Yellow, The
saffron flower, Yellow bird.
Hawaiian
Mana Prestigious,
Successful; Miracle, Charm; Rock.
Manah
(Arabic)
Maori
Manawa Heart Manawah Maori
Manchu Purity Chinese
Manco Supreme
leader, An Incan king.
Peruvian
Mandala Flower Manda, Mandah,
Mandel, Mandela, Mandelah
Yao
Mandek Warrior Polish, German
Mandel Almond Mandell German
Mander Myself Mandar, Mandir, Mandor, Mandyr Gypsy
Mandla Strength, Power. Zulu
Mandlakhe His efforts. Zulu
MandleNkosi The power of God. Zulu
Mandu Sun Australian
Aboriginal
Manford From the
man’s river crossing.
Manforde, Menford, Menforde Old English
Manfred Man of peace. Manfredo, Manfrid, Manfried, Manfryd,
Manyfred, Manyfrid, Manyfryd
Old English
Manger Trough for
animals, Where Jesus slept after being born.
Mangar,
Mangor
Old English
Mango God’s gift, A
sweet tropical fruit.
Spanish,
Hebrew
Manheim Servant Teutonic
Manipi Walking
wonder.
Native
American
Manley Form the
masculine one’s meadow.
Manlea, Manleah, Manlee, Manleigh,
Manlie, Manly
Old English
Mann Masculine;
Hero.
Man German; Old
English
Mannaw Honey Manaw Australian
Aboriginal
Manning Son
of Mann, Son of the masculine one.
Maning Old English
Mannix Monk Mainchin, Mannox, Mannyx, Manox, Manyx Irish
Mano Shark Manno, Manolo Hawaiian
Manolis God is with us. Mano, Manolys Greek
Manqoba The one who conquers in hopeless
situations.
Zulu
Manrico Masculine ruler. Manricko, Manriko, Manrycko, Manryco,
Manryko
Italian, Old English
Mansa King Mansah Swahili
Mansell Is from the Anglo-French word ‘maunsel’
which is from the Old French, ‘manse’ meaning land sufficient to
support a family.
Mansel, Mauncell, Maunsel (French) English
Mansfield From the masculine one’s field. Mansfyeld Old English
Manton From the masculine one’s town. Mantan, Manten, Mantin, Mantyn Old English
Manu Bird; Maker of laws; Second born son. Hawaiian, Tongan; Hindi; African, Ghanian
Manuel God is with us. French or Spanish form of
Emmanuel.
Emanuel, Emmanuel, Manuell Spanish, Hebrew
Manville From the great village. Manvile, Manvyl, Manvyle, Manvyll, Manvylle Old French
Manzo Third-born son. Japanese
Mapira Grass, Animal fodder. Mapirah Yao
Maralinga Thunder Maralynga Australian Aboriginal
Marama Moon Maramah Polynesian
Marar Dust, Mud. Watamare
Marbilling Wind Marbiling Australian Aboriginal
Marc Warlike. A
short form of names beginning with “Marc”.
Mark French
Marcel Warrior,
Warlike one, Of Mars.
Marceau, Macele, Marceles, Marcelin,
Marcelino, Marcell, Marcelle, Marcellin, Marcellino, Marcelle, Marcello (Italian), Marcely, Marciano (Italian),
Marcilka (Hungaria), Marcsseau, Marzel, Marzell
Latin
Marcello Warrior,
Warlike one, Of Mars.
Italian
Marcellus Warrior,
Warlike one, Of Mars.
Marceles, Marcelis, Marcellous,
Marcelluas, Marcellus (French), Marcsseau, Marzellos, Marzellous, Marzellus
Latin
March Boundary
dweller.
English
Marco Warrior,
Warlike one, Of Mars.
Mark Spanish/Italian
Marcus Of Mars,
Warrior.
Marcuss,
Marian, Mario (Italian), Marion, Markis, Markise, Markos, Markous,
Markus, Markys
Latin
Marden From the
warrior’s valley.
Mardan, Mardin, Mardon, Mardun, Mardyn Old English
Marek Warrior Czech
Maren Sea Maran, Marin, Maron, Maryn Basque
Marian Warrior. A
form of Mark.
Mariano (Italian), Maryan, Maryano Polish, Latin
Marid Rebel Maryd Arabic
Marin Belonging to the sea, Mariner; Sailor. Marina, Marien, Marinos, Marion,
Mariono, Marriner, Marryner, Maryn, Maryna,
Maryner
Latin; French
Mariner Lives by the
sea.
Celtic
Marinus Belonging to the sea, Mariner; Sailor. Marynos, Marynus Latin; French
Mario Dedicated to the Virgin Mary. The Italian
form of Mark, warrior, war-like one, of Mars.
Mareo, Maryo Latin
Marion Mary’s son,
Wished for, Star of the sea, Bitter. The masculine form of Mary.
Mariano (Spanish), Maryon Old French
Maris Of the sea. Latin
Marius From Mars. Mario,
Marian, Marion
Latin
Mark Warrior, Warlike,
Of Mars.
Marc
(French), Marceau, Marcel, Marcele, Marcelino, Marcell, Marcelle,
Marcellino, Marcello, Marcelluas, Marcellus, Marcelo, Marck, Marco
(Italian), Marcos (Spanish, Portuguese), Marcous, Marcus, Marczi
(Hungarian), Marek (Polish, Bohemian), Mario (Italian), Marious,
Marius, Marke (English), Marki, Markie, Markk, Markku (Finnish),
Marko, Markos (Greek), Markous, Markus (German, Hungarian), Marq,
Marqu, Marque, Marx (German)
Latin
Markham Fenced
homestead.
Markam,
Markem
English
Marko Warrior,
Warlike. Of Mars. A form of Mark.
Marco Russian
Marlan From the
warrior’s land.
Mahlan, Mahlen, Mahlin, Mahlon,
Mahlyn, Marlen, Marlin, Marlon, Marlyn
Old English
Marland From the
warrior’s land.
Mahland, Mahlend, Mahlind, Marlen,
Marlind, Marlond, Marlynd
Old English
Marley From the
warrior’s meadow.
Marlea, Marleah, Marlee, Marleigh,
Marli, Marlie, Marly
English
Marlon Little
falcon, Hawk.
Marlan, Marland, Marlen, Marlin, Marlyn Old French
Marlow From the hill
near the lake.
Marlo,
Marlowe
Old English
Marmaduke Servant of
Madoc, lucky; Noble, mighty.
Marmaduc, Marmaduk, Melmidoc,
Marmeduke, Duke
Irish; Old
English
Marmion Tiny; Sea
bright.
Marmien,
Marmyon
Old French;
Irish
Marnin Singer who
brings joy.
Marnyn Hebrew
Maro Myself Marow Japanese
Marr Divine;
Forbidden.
March Spanish;
Arabic
Marron Leaf Maran, Maren,
Marin, Maron, Marran, Marren, Marrin, Marryn, Maryn
Australian
Aboriginal
Mars War warrior,
the God of war.
Latin
Marsden From the
warrior’s valley.
Marsdan, Marsdin, Marsdon, Mardyn Old English
Marsena Worthy Marsenah Persian
Marsh From the
marsh area.
Old English
Marshall Horse
keeper, Horse keeper; Law keeper.
Marshal, Marshel, Marshell Old French,
American
Marston From the town
by the lake or marsh, From the warrior’s town.
Marstan, Marsten, Marstin, Marstyn Old English
Mart Born in the
month of March.
Turkish
Martell One who
hammers.
Martal, Martall, Martel English
Martin  Warlike,
Warrior, Of Mars.
Maartan,
Maarten (Dutch), Maartin, Maarton, Maartyn, Martan, Martain, Martainho
(Portuguese), Martainn (Scottish), Marten,  Martijn (Dutch), Martili (Swiss),
Martine, Martino (Italian, Spanish), Marinos, Martinous, Martinus
(Latin), Martnet, Marton,  Martyn, Martynas (Lithuanian),
Martyne, Martynis, Martynos, Martynous, Martynus, Martynys, Mertan,
Merten, Mertin, Merton, Mertyn
Latin

Marty
Warlike,
Warrior, Of Mars. A short form of Martin.
Marte, Martee, Martey,
Marti, Martie, Martii (Finnish), Marty,
Latin
Marv Sea lover.
The short form of names starting with “Marv”.
Marvein, Marven, Marvyn, Marvyne,
Marwin, Marwyn, Marwynn, Marwynne, Mervin,
Mervine, Mervyn, Mervyne
English
Marvell Wondrous Marvel, Marvele, Marvelle Latin
Marvin Friend
of the sea, lover of the sea.
Marvan, Marven, Marvon, Marwen,
Marwin, Marwon, Marwyn, Mervan, Merven,
Mervin, Mervon, Mervyn, Maarvyne, Merwin, Merwyn, Murvan, Murven,
Murvin, Murvine, Murvon, Murvyn, Murvyne, Murwin, Murwyn, Marvyn,
Marvynne
Old English
Marwan History Marwen, Marwin, Marwon, Marwyn Arabic
Marwood From the
forest near themmarsh, From the warrior’s forest.
Old English
Masaccio Twin Masaki Italian
Masahiro Broad-minded. Masahyro Japanese
Masamba One who
leaves.
Masambah Yao
Masao Righteous Masato Japanese
Mascot Talisman,
Magical powers.
Mascott French
Mashama Suprise Mashamah Shona
Mashema Elk antlers. Mashemah Native
American
Masio Twin. A form
of Thomas.
African
American
Maska Powerful Maskah Native
American
Maskil Educated Maskyl Hebrew
Maslin Little
Thomas, Son of the twin.
Maslan, Maslen, Maslon, Maslyn Old French
Mason Stone mason. Maisan, Maisen, Maisin, Maison,
Maisun, Maisyn, Masan, Masen, Masin, Masun,
Masyn
Old French
Massey Twin Massi,
Massie, Masy
English
Massimino Little Massimo, The little great one. Italian
Massimo

“MAHSS-ih-mo”

Great, The
greatest. 
Mas, Massymo,
Max, Maxi, Maximilian, Massimiliano (Italian)
Italian,
Latin
Massing Place of
warriors.
Massey,
Massin
Old English
Masud Lucky Masood, Masoud, Mhasood Swahili
Mata Blade; A form
of Matthew, Gift from God.
Matah Tongan;
Scottish
Matai  Gift of God.
A form of Matthew.
Basque,
Bulgarian, Hebrew
Mataniah Gift of God.
A form of Matthew.
Matania, Matanya, Matanyah Basque,
Bulgarian, Hebrew
Matareka Smiling face. Polynesian
Mateen Polite Matin, Matyn Afghani
Mather Army power. Mathers Old English
Mathew Gift of God. Hebrew
Mato Brave
warrior.
Matto Native
American
Matong Strength,
Powerful.
Maton Australian
Aboriginal
Matope The last-born
child.
Matop Rhodesian
Matson Matt’s son.
Son of the gift of God.
Mattson English,
Hebrew
Matt Gift
of God. A short form of Matthew.
Mat, Mata, Mate (Hungarian),
Matte
Hebrew
Matthew Gift
of God.
Macias (Spanish),
Macie (Polish), Macisk (Slavic), Mado, Mafew, Maffew, Mafthew, Matausas (Lithuanian),
Matej (Bohemian), Mateo
(Spanish / Italian), Mateoz (Slavic), Mateusz (Polish), Matfei
(Russian), Mathes (Bavarian), Mathew, Mathia, Mathias (Swedish / Swiss
/ French), Mathies, Matius (Indonesian), Mathieu, Matta,  Mattea
(Italian), Matteo, Mattey, Matthes (German), Matthias (Latvian),
Matthieu (French), Matthiew, Matti, Mattie, Mattis, Mattius, Matty,
Matui (Maori), Maty, Matya (Serbian), Matyas (Hungarian), Thies
(Swedish)
Hebrew
Matu Brave warrior Mattu Native American
Mauger Honed spear Teutonic
Mauli Maori, native New Zealander; Dark-haired, From the moor.
A form of Maurice.
Tongan
Mauri Twilight. The Finnish
form of Maurice, Moor, Dark skinned.
Greek
Maurice Moor, Dark
skinned.
Maolmuire (Scottish),
Mauri (Finnish), Mauricio (Spanish), Mauritius, Maurits (Dutch),
Mauritz (German), Maurizio, Mauryc, Mauryce, Maurys, Mauryse, Meuric,
Meurisse, Moreno, Moris, Morris, Moritz, Morrys, Morys, Morytz
Latin
Maurilio Moor, dark
skinned
Maurice, Maurizio
Maurizio Moor, dark
skinned
Maurice, Maurilio Italian
Maverick Independent, wild Maveric, Maverik, Maveryc, Maveryck,
Maveryk, Mavric, Mavrick, Mavrik, Mavryc, Mavryck,
Mavryk
American,English
Mawake Breeze from the
southern sea.
Maori
Max Extreme. A short
form of names starting with Max.
Maxx Latin
Maxfield From Mack’s field,
From the son’s field, From the extreme one’s field
Macfield, Mackfield, Mackfyld,
Makfield, Makfyld
English
Maximilian, Maximus Extreme, Maximum Maksimilian,
Maksimillian (Slavic), Maksymilian (Polish), Massimiliano (Italian),
Missimo, Maxam, Maxamilian, Maxem, Maxim, Maximilianos, Maximilianus,
Maximilien (French), Maximino, Maximo, Maximos, Maxymilian, Maxymos,
Maxymus
Latin
Maxwell From the extreme
stream
Maxwel Old English
Mayer Light; Dairy worker Maier, Mayar, Mayir,
Mayor
Hebrew; Old German
Mayes From the field Maies, Mays English
Mayfield From the warrior’s
field
Maefield, Maifield Old English
Mayhew Gift of God. A form
of Matthew.
Maehew, Maihew Old French
Maynard Brave, Powerful,
Strength.
Mainard, Maynard, Menard Teutonic
Mayo From the yew-tree plain;
Relation.
Maio Irish
Mayon A God. Maion Hindi
Mazi Sir Ibo
Mazin Proper Mazan, Mazen, Mazinn, Mazon, Mazyn Arabic
McClane Son of Clane, Son of the inclined
one. Also used as a girls name.
Irish
Meade From the meadow. Mead, Meed Old English
Medgar Successful with a spear. Edgar, Edger, Medger German, English
Medredydd Mythical son of Medredydd. Celtic
Medric From the flourishing
meadow.
Mead, Meade, Medard,
Medford, Medrick, Medrik, Medryc, Medryck, Medryk
Old English
Medwin Powerful, strong, Worthy
friend.
Medwyn Teutonic
Meged Sweetness, Perfection. Hebrew
Meinhard Beloved Meynhard German
Meinrad Counsel of strength. Meinhard, Meinhardt, Meinke, Meino,
Mendar, Meynrad
German
Meir Shining Meiri, Meyr, Meyri Hebrew
Meka Eyes Mekah Hawaiian
Mel Friend, Mill chief. The
short form for names starting with “Mel”.
Mell English, Irish
Melbourne From the mill stream. Melborn, Melborne, Melburn, Melburne,
Melden, Medlon, Milbourne, Milburn, Milburne
Old English
Meldon From the mill hill. Meldan, Melden, Meldin,
Meldyn
Old English
Meldrick From the powerful mill. Meldric, Meldrik, Meldryc, Meldryck, Meldryk Old English
Melea Abundance Meleah, Melee, Meleigh, Meley, Meli,
Melie, Mely
Greek
Melino Peace Melin,  Melinos, Melyn, Melyno, Melynos Tongan
Melrose Rose from the mill, From
the bare moor.
Melros Old English
Melvern Great chief. Melverne, Melvirn, Melvirne, Melvyrn, Melvyrne Native American
Melville Leader; From the village
near the mill.
Malvil, Malvill, Malville, Melvil, Melvill Celtic; Old French
Melvin Mel’s friend from the mill; Sword friend. Melvan, Melven, Melvern, Melverne,
Melvine, Melvirn, Melvirne, Melvyn, Melvyrn, Melvyrne
Irish, Gaelic; Old
English
Memphis Geographical – City in
ancient egypt. City in the state of Tennessee USA.
Egyptian
Mendel Wisdom Mendal, Mendil, Mendyl Semitic, Hebrew
Mendi

“Men-dee”

Mountain Mendy Basque
Menewa Great warrior. Menewah Creek
Mensah Third-born son. Mensa Ewe
Menw Mythical wizard. Celtic
Mercer Shopkeeper, Merchant;
Textile dealer.
Merce Latin; French
Mercury Messenger of the gods. Mercurino (Italian),
Mercuryno
Roman
Meredith From the sea. Meredeth, Meredyth, Merideth,
Merydeth, Merydith, Merydyth
Welsh
Mereki Peacemaker Australian Aboriginal
Merivale Pleasant valley. Merical, Meryval,
Meryvale
Old English, Old French
Merle Blackbird Merl, Murl, Murle French
Merlin From the hill over the
sea, From the sea fort; Hawk
Merlyn, Merlynn, Merlinn Celtic, Welsh; Middle
English
Merrick Ruler of the sea. Meril, Merle, Merric,
Merrik, Merrill, Merrington, Merryc, Merryck, Merryk, Merton, Meryl,
Myril, Myrl
English
Merrill Famous; Water. Merle, Merrel, Merrell, Merril, Meryl, Meryll French; English
Merrion Geographical –
place. 
Merryn Welsh
Merripen Life and death. Gypsy
Merritt Little famous one;
Deserving.
Merit, Meritt, Merrit,
Merryt
Old English; latin
Merton Town by the sea. Mertan, Merten, Mertin,
Mertyn
English
Merv Famous friend. The short
form of Mervin.
Merve Irish, English
Mervin Famous friend. Mervan, Merven, Mervon,
Mervyn
Old French
Meyer head servant, Farmer;
Bringer of light.
Mayeer, Mayer, Mayor,
Meir, Meier, Myer
German; Hebrew
Mher A fighter who always wins. Mihr (Persian) Armenian
Mhina Delightful Mhinah Swahili
Micah Likeness to God. A form
of Michael.
Mica, Myca, Mycah Hebrew
Michael Likeness to God. Machiel (Dutch), Meikal,
Meikel, Meikil, Meikyl, Mekal, Mekel, Mekele, Mekil, Mekyl, Michail, Michan (Italian), Michel,
Micheil, Michele, Michal, Michale, Miekal, Miekel, Miekil, Miekil,
Miekyl, Miguel
(Spanish), Mihael, Mikael, Mikail (Russian), Mikel,
Mikhail (Russian), Mikkel, Miklos, Mikol, Mischa
(Slavic), Misshael (Hebrew), Mychal, Myckael, Myckaele, Myckaell,
Mykael, Mykaele, Mykaell, Mykaelle, Mykil, Mykill, Mykyl, Mykyle,
Mykyll, Mykyle
Hebrew
Michio With the strength of
three thousand.
Japanese
Mick  Likeness to God. A short
form of Michael.
Mic, Micki, Mickie, Micky, Mik, Mika, Miki, Mikie, Miky,  Myc,  Myck,
Mycki, Myckie, Mycky, Myki, Mykie
Hebrew
Micke Tree struck by lightning. Mycke Australian Aboriginal
Midgard From the middle garden. Midgarth, Midrag, Mithgarthr, Mydgard Old Norse
Midgee Acacia tree. Midge, Mydge, Mydgee Australian Aboriginal
Miguel Likeness to God. A form
of Michael.
Migeal, Migeel, Migel, Miguelly,
Migui, Myguel, Myguele, Myguell, Myguelle
Portuguese, Spanish,
Hebrew
Mika Raccoon. The Russian form
of Michael, likeness to God.
Miika, Mikah, Myka, Mykah Ponca
Mikasi Coyote Mykasi Omaha
Mike Likeness to God. A short
form of Michael.
Mica, Micah (Hebrew), Myke, Mykey Hebrew
Miki Tree Mikio Japanese
Miksa Extreme, Maximum. A form
of Max.
Miks, Myksa Hungarian, Latin
Milan Beloved Milen, Millan, Millen, Mylan, Mylen,
Mylon, Mylyn
Slavic
Milanne French
Milborough From the middle borough town. Milbrough, Mylborough, Mylbrough English
Milburn From the mill stream. Milborn, Milborne, Milbourn,
Milbourne, Milburne, Millborn, Millborne, Millbourn, Millbourne, Millburn, Millburne
Old English
Milek Victory of the people. A form of Nick. Mylek Polish, Greek
Miles Warrior, Merciful. Maolmuire (Irish), Mile, Milesius, Milon, Myle, Myles,
Mylo
Latin; Teutonic
Milford From the mill by the ford. Millford, Mylford, Myllford English
Mililani Heavenly caress. Mililanee, Mililaney, Mililanie, Mililany Hawaiian
Millard Caretaker of the mill. Millar, Miller, Mylard, Myllard Latin, Old English
Miller Grain grinder. Mellar, Meller, Mellor, Milar, Miler, Millar, Millard,
Millen, Millon, Milor, Mylar, Myler, Myllar, Myller, Myllor
English
Millin Charm Millyn, Myllin, Myllyn Australian Aboriginal
Millington From the mill town. Milington Old English
Mills From th mill. Mils, Mylls, Myls English
Millyn Words; From the mill pool. Millin, Myllin, Myllyn Aramaic; Old English
Milner Miller Milnar, Mylner Middle English
Milo Merciful; Miller. Mylo Teutonic; Latin
Milos Pleasant Milo, Mylo, Mylos Greek; Slavic
Miloslav Crowned with glory. Myloslav Slavic
Milton From the mill town Millard, Miller, Mills, Millton,
Myllton, Mylton,Nillton, Nilton, Nyllton, Nylton
Old English
Milward Mill keeper.  Mylward Old English
Min King Mina, Minah, Myn, Myna, Mynah Burmese
Minenhle Having a good or lovely day. Zulu
Miner Worker in the mine. Myner English
Minet Delightful Minett, Mynet, Mynett Old French
Mingan Grey wolf. Myngan Native American
Minh Light Mynh Vietnamese
Minkah Fair-haired. Minka, Mynka, Mynkah Akan
Mingma Born on a Tuesday. Tibetan
Minster From the monastery church. Mynster Old English
Miron Peace Myron Polish
Miroslav Peace, Glory. Myroslav Czech
Mishiki Apricot, From the east. Myshiki Egyptian
Mister Mister Mista, Mistah, Mistar, Mistur, Mysta,
Mystah, Mystar, Mystur
English
Misu Rippling water. Mysu Native American
Mitch Who is like God. A short
form of Mitchell.
Mytch Middle English
Mitchell Who is like God. Mitchel, Mytchel,
Mytchell
Middle English
Mitford From the big river
crossing.
Mytford Middle English
Mlungisi The one who brings order. Zulu
Mnqobi The one who conquers in hopeless
situations.
Zulu
Modeste Modest. The masculine
form of Modesty.
Modesti, Modestie,
Modesto (Italian), Modesty
French
Modred Brave, Courageous
counsel; To consume.
Mordred, Modris, Mordred,
Mordryd
Teutonic
Moe Saved, taken from th
water; Child. The short form of Moses.
Mo, Mow Hebrew
Mogens Powerful Mogen Dutch
Mogul From Mongolia. Persian
Mohammed Prophet Mohammad, Muhammed,
Mohomet (Turkish)
Arabic
Mohan Delightful Mohana Hindi
Mohe Elk Native American
Mohomet Glorified Mahamet Arabic
Moiag Loud crying baby. Native American
Moki Cloudy Mokee, Mokey, Moki, Mokie,
Moky
Australian Aboriginal
Moko Maori tattoo applied with
a special chisel called a uhi; Bravery.
Maori; Japanese
Molan Servant of the storm. Irish
Mona Gathering the jimson weed
seed.
Monah Moquelumnan
Monahan Monk Monaghan, Monoghan Irish
Monford From the monk’s river
crossing.
Montford, Mountford Old English
Mongo Famous Yoruba
Monita Alone Minitah Italian, Greek
Monroe From the red swampe. Monro, Monrow, Munro,
Munroe, Munrow
Irish
Montague From the pointed
mountain.
Old French
Montana Mountain Montanah Spanish
Montago Big boy. Japanese
Monte Mountain. The short form
of names starting with ‘Mont’.
Montee, Montey, Monti, Montie, Monty Latin
Montega New arrow. Montegah Native American
Montez Dweller at the mountain. Mounteiz, Monteze, Montise, Montiz,
Montize, Montyz, Montyze
Spanish
Montgomery From the wealthy one’s
mountain.
Mountgomery Old French
Monti Stork Monte (Latin), Montee, Montey, Montie, Monty Australian Aboriginal
Montre Show Montrai, Montray, Montres,
Montrez
French
Montreal Royal mountain. Montrail, Montrale, Montrall, Montrel, Montrell French
Montsho Black Tswana
Monty From the rich one’s
mountain. The short form of names starting with ‘Mont’.
Monte (Latin), Montee, Montey, Monti, Montie English
Moorak Mountain Australian Aboriginal
Moore Dark complexioned.; From
the wetlands or moor.
Moar, Moare, Moor, Mor,
Morre
Old French
Mootska Yucca plant. Hopi
Morandoo Sea Moran, Morando Australian Aboriginal
Mordred Pain Modred Latin
Morel Mushroom Morell French
Moreland From the marshland. Moarlan, Moraland, Morelan, Moreno (Spanish), Morino, Moorelan, Mooreland, Moorlan,
Moorlan,d Morlan, Morland, Moryno
English
Morey Dark one from the moor.
The short form of Morris.
Moree, Mori, Morie,
Moree, Morrey, Morrie, Morrie, Morry, Mory
English, Greek
Morfran Mythical ugly demon. Celtic
Morgan Sea bright, Of the
sea; White sea dweller
Morgen, Morgin, Morgon, Morgun, Morgyn Celtic; Old Welsh
Moriah Chosen by Jehovah. Hebrew
Morio Woods Moryo Japanese
Moritz A form of Maurice,
dark-skinned.
German
Morland From the marsh
meadow
Moarlan, Moraland, Morelan, Moreland, Moorelan, Mooreland,
Moorlan, Moorland, Morlan,
Morland
Old English
Morley From the meadow near
the marsh
Morlea, Morleah, Morlee, Morleigh,
Morli, Morlie, Morly
Old English
Morrell Dark-coloured Morel, Morell,
Morrel
Old French
Morris Dark one from the
moor
Moris, Morison, Morrys, Morys Latin, Old English
Morrison Son of Morris Old English
Morse Son
of the dark one from the moor.
Old English
Mort Stump. The short
form of names starting with “Mort”.
Middle English
Morten Warrior, Warlike
one, of Mars. A form of Martin
Mortan, Mortin,
Morton, Mortyn
Norwegian, Latin
Mortimer Still waters, Dead sea; Sea
director
Mortymer Old French; Irish
Morton From the town near
the marsh
Mortan, Morten, MOrtin, Mortun, Mortyn Old English
Morven Sea mariner, Sea raven, Child of the
sea.
Morhorven, Morvan Scottish, Gaelic
Morvyn Lives by the sea. Morvynn, Morvin, Morvinn Celtic
Moryn Lives by the sea. Morynn, Morin, Morinn Celtic
Moses Saved, Taken from
the water; Child
Maiziesius, Moise
(French, Italian), Moises (Spanish), Mose, Moyse, Mozes (Dutch), Musa
(Arabic), Mos, Moz
Hebrew; Egyptian
Mosi First-born child Mosee, Mosey, Mosie,
Mosy
Swahili
Moss From the area with
moss
Mos Irish
Moswen Light in colour Moswin, Moswyn African
Motega New arrow Motegah Native American
Moulton Mule stable town Old English
Mozart Breathless Mozar Italian
Mpasa Mat Mpasah Ngoni
Mposi Blacksmith Nyakusa
Mthokozisi The one who gives joy. Zulu
Muata Sixth-born child,
nesting yellow jackets.
Mutah Moquelumnan
Mubdi Beginner Arabic
Muid Restorer Muyd Arabic
Muir From the marsh Muire, Muyr, Muyre Scottish, Gaelic,
Old English
Muirhead From the top of the
marsh
Muyrhead Scottish, Gaelic
Mukasa The chief
administrator of God.
Mukasah Luganda
Mukul Blossom, Soul Mukull Sanskrit
Mulga Acacia tree Mulgah Australian
Aboriginal
Mullion Eagle Mullyon Australian
Aboriginal
Mulogo Wizard Musoga
Muluk Praised, Exalted. Indonesian
Mulwala Rain Mulwalah Australian Aboriginal
Mundan Garden Mundana Rhodesian
Mundo Prosperous protector. Spanish, English
Mundy From the Reamonn in
Ireland.
Mund, Munde, Mundee,
Mundey, Mundi, Mundie, Mundo (Spanish)
Irish
Mungo Lovable Irish
Munir Brilliant Munyr Arabic
Munny Wisdom Munee, Muney, Muni, Munie, Munnee,
Munney, Munni, Munni, Muny
Cambodian
Munte Thunder Mundara, Munt Australian Aboriginal
Muraco White moon. Muracco Native American
Murat Wish that came true. Turkish
Murdock Wealthy sea mariner. Murdoc, Murdock, Murdox,
Mutagh (Irish)
Scottish, Gaelic
Murphy From the sea. Murffey, Murffi, Murffie, Murffy,
Murphee, Murphey, Murphi, Murphie
Celtic
Murray Sailor from the
settlement.
Murae, Murai, Muray, Murrae, Murrai,
Murree, Murrey, Murri, Murrie, Murry
Scottish, Gaelic
Murrobo Thunder Murobo Australian Aboriginal
Murtagh Protects the sea. Murtag Celtic
Musa A form of Moses, saved
from the water; Kindness/mercy.
Arabic; Zulu
Mustafa Royal, Chosen. Mostafa, Mostafah, Mostaffa,
Mostaffah, Moustafa, Mustafah, Mustapha
Arabic
MusaweNkosi Having the grace of God. Zulu
Myall Drooping acacia. Mial, Miall, Myal Australian Aboriginal
Myer Light; From the swamp. Mier, Mieres, Mires,
Myers
Hebrew; English
Mykal Likeness to God. A form
of Michael.
Mikaal, Mikal, Mikall, Mikael, Mykaal,
Mykall, Mykel, Mykell, Mykil, Mykill, Mykyl, Mykyll
American, Hebrew
Myles Warrior Miles Latin
Mynogan Mythical father of Beli. Celtic
Myron Fragrance Miron Greek
Mzamo Attempts, Puts in effort. Zulu