Baby Girl Names beginning with M

Baby Girl Names M

The Top Girl Names and Unique Girl Names that start with M

Baby Girl Names Beginning with M

 

Maata Maori A lady.
Mab Irish Gaelic Intoxicating one. A queen in Irish legend.
Mabel Old French Amiable, lovable. Also see Amabel.
Macaria Greek A mythological figure.
Machi Japanese ten thousand
Machiko Japanese child of Machi
Maddi   A woman from the village of Magdala. From the name Magdalene. Also see Marlene.
Maddie   A woman from the village of Magdala. From the name Magdalene. Also see Marlene.
Maddy   A woman from the village of Magdala. From the name Magdalene. Also see Marlene.
Madeira Portuguese An island off the African coast. Also a fortified wine.
Madeleine French A woman from the village of Magdala. From the name Magdalene. Also see Marlene.
Madelia   A woman from the village of Magdala. From the name Magdalene. Also see Marlene.
Madeline Hebrew A woman from the village of Magdala. From the name Magdalene. Also see Marlene.
Madge   A pearl. Also see Margot, Marguerite, Megan.
Madhavi Hindu  
Madhu Hindu honey
Madhul Hindu  
Madhulika Hindu  
Madhur Hindu sweet
Madhuri Sanskrit Sweet.
Madison Old English Child of Maud or Matthew. A boy or girl's name.
Madonna Italian My lady. From a title of the Virgin Mary.
Madra Spanish mother
Madrona Latin A lady or noblewoman. A Jewish name.
Madura   An Indonesian island.
Mae   From the name Margaret and Mary. Margaret - A Pearl. Mary - Hebrew: Bitter, as in a bitterly wanted child. Latin: The star of the sea.
Maeve Irish Gaelic Intoxicating one. A queen in Irish legend.
Magan Teutonic power
Magara Rhodesian child of constantly cries
Magda German A woman from the village of Magdala. From the name Magdalene. Also see Marlene.
Magdalen   A woman from the village of Magdala. From the name Magdalene. Also see Marlene.
Magdalena   Woman from Magdala.
Magdalene   A woman from the village of Magdala. Also see Marlene.
Magena Native American The coming moon.
Magenta Italian A colour name, after a town in Italy.
Maggie   A pearl. Also see Margot, Marguerite, Megan.
Magna Latin/Norwegian Latin: Great. Norwegian: Strength.
Magnolia French A flower named, after the French botanist Pierre Magnol.
Mahala Native American, Hebrew, Arabic woman; tenderness; marrow
Mahalia Hebrew Tenderness.
Mahdi African The expected one.
Mahima Hindu  
Mahina Polynesian The moon.
Mahita Hindu  
Mahogany   A tree name.
Mahuru Polynesian The goddess of spring.
Mai Swedish From the name Margaret and Mary. Margaret - A Pearl. Mary - Hebrew: Bitter, as in a bitterly wanted child. Latin: The star of the sea.
Maia Hebrew/Latin Hebrew: Bitter, as in a bitterly wanted child. Latin: The star of the sea. Also see Mars, Marilyn, Marina, Marion, Marlene, Miriam, Moira and Maureen.
Maida Old English A maiden.
Maiko Japanese child of Mai
Maine French Mayne
Mair Welsh Bitter, as in a bitterly wanted child. Also - The star of the sea.
Maire Irish Gaelic Bitter, as in a bitterly wanted child. Also - The star of the sea.
Mairead Irish/Scottish A pearl. .
Mairin Irish Gaelic Form of Maureen. Bitter, as in a bitterly wanted child. Also - The star of the sea.
Maisie Scottish A pearl. From the name Margaret, but also used independently.
Maitane Old English beloved
Maitryi Hindu friendship
Maiya Aboriginal A vegetable.
Maizah African discerning
Maj Swedish pearl
Majella Italian From the name of an Italian saint.
Majesta Latin The majestic one.
Majida Arabic The illustrious one.
Majondra Majie, Maj, Jondra  
Makani Hawaiian The wind. A boy or girl's name.
Makiko Japanese child of Maki
Mala   A woman from the village of Magdala. From the name Magdalene. Also see Marlene.
Malak Arabic An angel.
Malati Sanskrit A jasmine flower.
Malavika Hindu  
Malaya Spanish Free. Also a country name.
Malca Hebrew queen
Malena   A woman from the village of Magdala. From the name Magdalene. Also see Marlene.
Mali Thai A flower.
Maliha Hindu strong, beautiful
Malika Arabic The feminine form of Malik, the master.
Malila Miwok Indian salmon going fast upstream
Malina Hebrew, Hindu tower, dark
Malise Scottish Gaelic The servant of God. A boy or girl's name.
Malka Hebrew queen
Malkah Hebrew A queen.
Mallana Aboriginal A canoe.
Mallika Hindu  
Mallory Old French Unlucky. A boy or girl's name.
Malu Hawaiian peacefulness
Malva Greek Soft and tender.
Malvina Gaelic The smooth-browed one.
Mamiko Japanese child of Mami
Mamta Hindu mother's love for child, wife of sage Asija
Manasi Hindu  
Manavi Hindu  
Manda   Worthy of being loved.
Mandara Hindu mythical tree
Mandeep Hindu light of heart
Mandie   Worthy of being loved.
Mandisa African sweet
Mandy   Worthy of being loved.
Mangena Hebrew melody
Manhattan Old English, Scottish Whiskey
Mani Aboriginal/Sanskrit Aboriginal: Equal. Sanskrit: A jewel. A boy or girl's name.
Manilla Aboriginal A winding river.
Manisha Hindu sharp intellect, genius, sagacity
Manjari Hindu  
Manju Hindu  
Manjula Hindu  
Manjusha Sanskrit a box of jewels
Manon French Bitter, as in a bitterly wanted child. Also - The star of the sea.
Mansi Hopi Indian plucked flower
Manuela Spanish God is with us. Feminine form of Emmanuel.
Manuella   God is with us. Feminine form of Emmanuel.
Manuelle   God is with us. Feminine form of Emmanuel.
Manushi Hindu  
Manya Aboriginal Small.
Mara Hebrew Bitter. The original form of Mary.
Marabel   A combination of Mary and Belle.
Marcella Latin Belonging to Mars. The feminine form of Marcus or Mark. Also see Marcia.
Marcia Latin Belonging to Mars. Also see Marcella.
Marcie   From the name Marcia. Belonging to Mars.
Marcy   From the name Marcia. Belonging to Mars.
Mardi French Born on a Tuesday.
Mare   The sea.
Marea Hebrew/Latin Hebrew: Bitter, as in a bitterly wanted child. Latin: The star of the sea. Also see Mars, Marilyn, Marina, Marion, Marlene, Miriam, Moira and Maureen.
Maree Hebrew/Latin Hebrew: Bitter, as in a bitterly wanted child. Latin: The star of the sea. Also see Mars, Marilyn, Marina, Marion, Marlene, Miriam, Moira and Maureen.
Marelda Teutonic A famous battle maiden.
Maren Latin sea
Maresa   Of the sea. Also see Marina and Mary.
Margaret Latin A pearl. Also see Margot, Marguerite, Megan.
Margarita Spanish A pearl.
Marge   A pearl. .
Margo French Pearl.
Margot French Originally a nickname from Margaret, but now an independent name.
Marguerite French A pearl. Also see Margot and Megan.
Mari   Wished-for child.
Maria Hebrew/Latin Hebrew: Bitter, as in a bitterly wanted child. Latin: The star of the sea. Also see Mars, Marilyn, Marina, Marion, Marlene, Miriam, Moira and Maureen.
Mariabella Italian my beautiful Mary
Mariah Hebrew/Latin Hebrew: Bitter, as in a bitterly wanted child. Latin: The star of the sea. Also see Mars, Marilyn, Marina, Marion, Marlene, Miriam, Moira and Maureen.
Mariam   Wished-for child.
Mariamne   The Hebrew form of Miriam.
Marian French/Polish Bitter, as in a bitterly wanted child. Also - The star of the sea. A boy or girl's name.
Mariana French Bitter, as in a bitterly wanted child. Also - The star of the sea.
Marianne French Bitter, as in a bitterly wanted child. Also - The star of the sea.
Mariasha Egyptian, Hebrew perfect one; bitter, with sorrow
Maribel Spanish A combination of Maria and Belle or Isabel.
Maribeth   Bitter sea. House of God.
Maricel Latin full of grace
Marie French A biblical name meaning bitter.
Marieke Dutch A biblical name meaning bitter.
Mariel   Bitter, as in a bitterly wanted child. Also - The star of the sea.
Marielle French Bitter, as in a bitterly wanted child. Also - The star of the sea.
Marietta Italian Bitter, as in a bitterly wanted child. Also - The star of the sea.
Marigold Old English A golden flower.
Marika Maori/Slavonic Maori: Quiet and careful. Slavonic: A biblical name meaning bitter.
Mariko Japanese child of Mari
Marilee Greek bitterness
Marilyn   A modern combination of Mary and Lynn. Mary - Bitter, as in a bitterly wanted child. Also:The star of the sea. Lynne - Pretty.
Marina Latin Of the sea. Also see Maris and Mary.
Marinel   Of the sea.
Marinka Russian Of the sea. Derived from Marina
Marinna Aboriginal A song.
Mariola    
Marion Old French from Latin Bitter, as in a bitterly wanted child. Also - The star of the sea. A boy or girl's name.
Mariposa Spanish butterfly
Mariquita Spanish Bitter, as in a bitterly wanted child. Also - The star of the sea.
Maris Latin Of the sea. Also see Marina and Mary.
Marisa   Of the sea.
Marisela   From the sea.
Marisol   Sunny sea.
Marissa   Of the sea.
Marita Spanish Bitter, as in a bitterly wanted child. Also - The star of the sea.
Marjani Swahili Coral.
Marjeta Czech pearl
Marjorie English Derived from Margaret, an English name meaning Pearl. 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.
Marla Hebrew/Latin Hebrew: Bitter, as in a bitterly wanted child. Latin: The star of the sea. Also see Mars, Marilyn, Marina, Marion, Marlene, Miriam, Moira and Maureen.
Marlee Aboriginal An Elder tree. Also see Marlene.
Marlene German A combination of Maria (See Mary) and Magdalene popularised by actress Marlene Dietrich.
Marliss Marla, Molly  
Marlon Old French Wild falcon. A boy or girl's name.
Marly   From the name Marilyn. Marilyn is derived from Mary and Lynn. Mary - Bitter, as in a bitterly wanted child. Also - The star of the sea. Lynne - Pretty.
Marmara Greek Radiant.
Marna Hebrew rejoice
Marne   From the name Marina and other names, but also used independently. Marina - Of the sea.
Marnie   From the name Marina and other names, but also used independently. Marina - Of the sea.
Marnina Hebrew cause of joy
Marny Scandinavian from the sea
Marsala Italian A town, and a sweet fortified wine.
Marsha Latin Belonging to Mars. Also see Marcella.
Marta Italian/Spanish A lady.
Martha Aramaic A lady. A name from the Bible.
Martina Latin Of Mars, the Roman god of war. The feminine form of Martin.
Maru Polynesian Gentle.
Maruti Hindu  
Marvel Latin A wonderful thing.
Marvela   Marvellous.
Marvelle Old French miracle
Mary Hebrew/Latin Hebrew: Bitter, as in a bitterly wanted child. Latin: The star of the sea. Also see Mars, Marilyn, Marina, Marion, Marlene, Miriam, Moira and Maureen.
Mary-Ellen   From Mary and Anne. Mary - Bitter, as in a bitterly wanted child. Also:The star of the sea. Ellen - The light of the sun.
Mary-Jane   From Mary and Anne. Mary - Bitter, as in a bitterly wanted child. Also:The star of the sea. Jane - God is gracious.
Maryam Arabic A biblical name meaning bitter. Also see Mary.
Maryann   From Mary and Anne. Mary - Bitter, as in a bitterly wanted child. Also:The star of the sea. Anne - Grace, or favoured by God.
Marylou   From Mary and Anne. Mary - Bitter, as in a bitterly wanted child. Also:The star of the sea. Louise - A famous warrior maiden.
Maryvonne French From Mary and Yvonne. Mary - Bitter, as in a bitterly wanted child. Also - The star of the sea. Yvonne - French: An archer. Greek: The wood of the Yew tree.
Masa Japanese Good and straightforward. A boy or girl's name.
Masako Japanese child of Masa
Matana Arabic gift
Matangi Hindu a Devi
Mathea Hebrew gift of God
Mathilda Old German battle maiden, strength
Matilda Teutonic The mighty battle maiden.
Matrika Hindu mother, name of goddess
Matsu Japanese A Pine tree.
Mattea Hebrew The gift of God. The feminine form of Matthew.
Matty   The mighty battle maiden.
Maud   The mighty battle maiden.
Maude   The mighty battle maiden.
Maura Celtic The name of a 5th-century saint.
Maureen   Bitter, as in a bitterly wanted child. Also - The star of the sea.
Mavis French A songbird.
Maxim   The greatest. The feminine form of Maximilian.
Maxima   Miracle worker.
Maxime   The greatest. The feminine form of Maximilian.
Maxine Latin The greatest. The feminine form of Maximilian.
May   From the name Margaret and Mary. Margaret - A Pearl. Mary - Hebrew: Bitter, as in a bitterly wanted child. Latin: The star of the sea. 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.
Mayako Japanese child of Maya
Maybelle   Amiable, lovable. Also see Amabel.
Maye   From the name Margaret and Mary. Margaret - A Pearl. Mary - Hebrew: Bitter, as in a bitterly wanted child. Latin: The star of the sea. Also named of the month.
Mayoko Japanese child of Mayo
Mayrah Aboriginal Spring, or the wind.
Maysa Arabic She who walks gracefully.
Mayuko Japanese child of Mayu
Mayuri Hindu  
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