Baby Names starting with M for girls



Baby Names from A to Z

Mab, var. Mave, Meave, Mavis, means "joy, hilarity; baby". A unique given name. See also Mag.

Mabel, var. Mab, Mable, Mayble, Maybel, Maible, Maybell, Mabelle, Maybelle, .. 3 more, means "lovable". Mabel is a commonly occurring (Top 6%) feminine name, and it appears commonly (Top 63%) as a last name according to the US Census. The variation Mable is widely used as a variant form of the name.

Machiko, means "child who learns truth; beautiful child". A rare given name. See also Michiko.

Mackenzie, var. Mckenzie, Makenzie, Makensie, Mackenzey, means "fire-born; son of the wise ruler". Also used as a boys' name. Mackenzie is commonly occurring (Top 39%) as a feminine name, and it appears commonly (Top 3%) as a last name according to the US Census.

Macon. Unisex name. A unique birth name which is found more conventionally as a surname.

Macy, var. Maci, Maicy, Macey, Macie, Macee, Maicey, means "weapon". A name suited for both sexes. The variant forms Macie and Maci have risen in popularity as birth names over time. The variation Maci is commonplace as a form of Macy.

Madeline, var. Mala, Mady, Mada, Maud, Madge, Madel, Maddy, Magda, Maude, Madlin, .. 53 more, means "woman from Magdala". A very common name for baby girls (#89 a year ago), and found often as a first name among the general female population according to the US Census. The forms Maud, Marlen, Magdalena, Madilyn, Madelene, Madalynn and Lina are generally used as variations of the name.

Madeira, var. Madira, Madera. A rare girls' name, existing more commonly as a surname. See also Madora.

Madge. A somewhat scarce birth name which is found fairly regularly as a surname. See also Marge.

Madison, var. Madyson, Madisen, Madisyn, Madisson, Maddison, means "son of the mighty warrior". Also used as a boys' name. Madison is a commonly occurring (Top 47%) feminine name, and it appears commonly (Top 1%) as a last name according to the US Census. The variation Madisen is widely used as a variant form of the name.

Madonna, var. Madona, means "my lady". A somewhat scarce given name for baby girls, Madonna occurs more commonly as a surname. See also Madina.

Madra, means "mother". A rare given name. See also Madira.

Maeja. A unique birth name. See also Maja.

Maeko, means "truth child". A rare given name. See also Mikko.

Maemi, means "smile of truth". A unique name for girls. See also Mame.

Maery. A rare girls' name. See also Mahra.

Maeve, var. Mave, Meave, means "intoxicating; she who makes drunk". Very popular choice for a birth name for females. See also Marve.

Mafalda, var. Maffalda. A somewhat uncommon name for girls nowadays, but existing commonly as a first name among women in the community according to the US Census.

Magali, var. Magaly, Maggali, Magalie, Magaley, means "pearl". Seldom used as a baby name nowadays, though occurring often as a first name among the female populace according to the US Census. The form Magaly is generally used as a variation of Magali.

Magda. A rare girls' name, existing more commonly as a surname. See also Mada.

Magdalena, var. Magdalen, Magdeline, Magdalene, Magdelena, means "woman from Magdala". Magdalene and Magdalen have faded in popularity as birth names for females over the years since 1890. The form Magdalen is familiar as a version of Magdalena.

Maggie, var. Magli, Maguy, Maggy, Maggi, Maggey, Magali. A very common choice for a birth name (#239 the past year), Maggie also exists somewhat often as a last name. The variation Magali is commonplace as a form of Maggie.

Magnilda, var. Magnhilde, means "strong in battle". Seldom used as a birth name. See also Ragnilda.

Magnolia, var. Maggy, Maggie. The variant form Maggie has gained in popularity as a birth name over time since 1960-1969. The variation Nola is generally used as a form of Magnolia.

Mahala, means "woman". Slightly infrequent as a name for newborns, Mahala occurs more often as a last name. See also Mihalia.

Mahina, means "moon, moon-light". Seldom used as a girls' name. See also Malina.

Mai, var. Maj. A somewhat uncommon name for girls, existing more commonly as a surname. See also Mab.

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