Baby Names starting with M for girls



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Mab, var. Mave, Meave, Mavis, means "joy, hilarity; baby". Mavis has diminished in favor as a given name over time since 1920-1929. The variation Mavis is familiar as a form of this name.

Mabel, var. Mab, Mable, Mayble, Maybel, Maible, Maybell, Mabelle, Maybelle, means "lovable". Mabel is frequently occurring (Top 6%) as a women's name, appearing often (Top 63%) as a surname in the US Census. The variations Maybelle and Mabelle are commonplace as forms of Mabel.

Macaria, var. Makaria, Makarria, Maccaria, Macarria, Macarisa, means "blessed". A seldom-used name for kids. See also Makara.

Machiko, means "child who learns truth; beautiful child". Scarcely used as a birth name for females. See also Michiko.

Mackenna, var. Mckenna, Mackendra. The variant form Mckenna has grown increasingly popular as a given name for baby girls. The variation Mckenna is commonly used as a variant form of this name.

Mackenzie, var. Mckenzie, Makenzie, Makensie, Mackenzey, means "fire-born; son of the wise ruler". Very popular as a given name (#69 in 2014), and also used conventionally as a surname. Unisex name. The variation Mckenzie is commonly used as a variant form of the name.

Macon. Unique as a name for babies, existing more frequently as a surname. A name used for both genders.

Macy, var. Maci, Maicy, Macey, Macie, Macee, Maicey, means "weapon". Both a feminine and a masculine name. The variant forms Macy, Macie and Maci have gained in popularity as birth names over the years since 1880-1889. The variation Macie is popular as a variant form of this name.

Madeline, var. Mala, Mady, Mada, Maud, Madge, Madel, Maddy, Magda, Maude, Madlin, .. 48 more, means "woman from Magdala". The variant forms Madeline, Madilyn, Madelynn, Madelyn, Madeleine, Madalynn, Madalyn and Lena have surged in popularity as names for girls over time. The variations Maud, Marlen, Magdalena, Madilyn, Madelene, Madalynn and Lina are popular as forms of the name.

Madeira, var. Madira, Madera. Seldom used as a girls' name, Madeira is used more often as a last name. See also Madora.

Madge. A moderately rare baby name, though found somewhat often as a surname. See also Midge.

Madison, var. Madyson, Madisen, Madisyn, Madisson, Maddison, means "son of the mighty warrior". Also suitable as a boys' name. A very popular choice for a baby name (#9 in 2014) that also exists conventionally as a last name. The variations Madyson and Maddison are commonplace as variant forms of Madison.

Madonna, var. Madona, means "my lady". Madonna has trended downward in popularity as a given name over the years since 1930-1939. See also Madena.

Madra, means "mother". Seldom used as a name for newborns. See also Mitra.

Maeja. Scarce as a name for newborns. See also Mesa.

Maeko, means "truth child". A seldom-used given name. See also Meeka.

Maemi, means "smile of truth". Rare as a girls' name. See also Maymie.

Maery. A rare given name. See also Mera.

Maeve, var. Mave, Meave, means "intoxicating; she who makes drunk". A very popular given name for baby girls. See also Mauve.

Mafalda, var. Maffalda. Mafalda is prevalent (Top 83%) as a feminine name.

Magali, var. Magaly, Maggali, Magalie, Magaley, means "pearl". A scarce birth name for females nowadays, but recorded regularly as a first name among females of all ages in the US Census. The variation Magaly is commonly used as a variant form of the name.

Magda. Rare as a birth name, Magda occurs more frequently as a last name. See also Masada.

Magdalena, var. Magdalen, Magdeline, Magdalene, Magdelena, means "woman from Magdala". Magdalena is a prevalent (Top 16%) women's name, occurring often (Top 92%) as a surname according to the US Census. The form Magdalene is common as a variation of Magdalena.

Maggie, var. Magli, Maguy, Maggy, Maggi, Maggey, Magali. The name Maggie has increased in popularity over time. The form Magali is common as a variation of Maggie.

Magnilda, var. Magnhilde, means "strong in battle". Magnilda is sparsely used as a female name. See also Magnolia.

Magnolia, var. Maggy, Maggie. A popular choice for a birth name for girls (#831 in 2014), Magnolia is also recorded regularly as a first name among the general female population in the US Census. The variation Nola is commonplace as a variant form of the name.

Mahala, means "woman". A moderately rare given name, Mahala is used more often as a surname. See also Mihaila.

Mahalia, var. Mahala, Mahali, Mahelia, Mehalia, Mahalla, Mahalee, Mahalah, Mahalath, Mahaliah, means "tender one". Mahalia is a recognizable (Top 97%) female name. The form Mahala is common as a version of Mahalia.

Mahina, means "moon, moon-light". Scarcely used as a birth name for girls. See also Mina.

Mai, var. Maj. Usage of Mai as a given name for baby girls has trended downward over the years since 1990. See also Moia.

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