Mabon, means "son". Mabon is not in the Top 1000. See also Macon.
Mabry, var. Mabrey, Maybrey, Maybery, Maybury, Mayberry. Common as surnames, and Mabry (upper 2%) is comparable to common -bry surnames Marbry (upper 36%), Debry (77%).
Mac▼, var. Mack▼, Mackie, Mackey, Macklin, means "son of". Mack was among 2014's Top names.
Macadam, var. Mcadam, means "son of Adam". Macadam (cf. Macadams, Macaya) is a popular Ma- prefix surname.
Macallister, var. Mcalister, Mcallister, Macalister, means "son of Alistair". Mcallister (upper 1%), Mcalister (2%), Macallister (17%) and Macalister (58%) are found regularly as surnames.
Macardle, var. Mccardell, Macardell, means "son of great courage". Not in Top 1000.
Macarthur, var. Mcarthur, means "son of Arthur". Not in Top 1000.
Macbride, var. Mcbride, Macbryde, means "son of the follower of Saint Brigid". Macbride, Macbryde and Mcbride are uncommon as boys' names.
Maccabee, var. Makabee, Macabee, means "hammer". Not in Top 1000.
Maccoy, var. Mccoy, Maccoy, means "son of Hugh". Maccoy, Mccoy (cf. Lagoy, Macavoy) are popular -oy suffix last names.
Maccrea, var. Mccrea, Macrae, Maccrea, Maccray, Maccrae, means "son of grace". Unusual. Compare Maccrea, Mccrea (4%) with common -ea last names Mcrea (upper 44%), Mamea (58%).
Macdonald, var. Mcdonald, means "son of Donald". Macdonald and Mcdonald are not Top 1000 names.
Macdougal, var. Mcdowell, Mcdougal, Macdowell, Macdougal, means "son of Dougal". Popular as last names. Compare Macdougal (top 29%), Mcdougal (3%) with popular -al last names Sandoval (top 1%), Mcgonigal (10%).
Mace, var. Maceo, Macey, Macerio, means "heavy staff or club". Maceo and variants are hardly found as given names.
Macedonio, means "from Macedonia". Macedonio (cf. Manio, Dantonio) is a popular -io suffix last name.
Macfarlane, means "Bartholomew's son". Macfarlane is not in the Top 1000.
Macgowan, var. Mcgown, Mcgowen, Mcgowan, Magowan, Maccowen, Macgowan, Maccowan, means "son of the blacksmith". Uncommon. Magowan, var., like Dejuwan, Cowan, end with the favored masculine -wan.
Machenry, var. Mchenry, means "son of Henry". Unique. Machenry, Mchenry, like Saulsberry, Chantry, end with the common masculine-sounding -ry.
Mackenzie▼, var. Mckenzie, Mckensie, Mackensie, means "son of the wise ruler". Mackenzie (top 2%), Mckenzie (1%), like Mazie (top 50%), Benzie (37%), are common -zie suffix surnames.
Mackinac. Uncommon, but Mackinac is similar to common -ac surnames Martinac (upper 81%), Machac (46%).
Mackinley, var. Mckinley▼, Mckinlay, Mackinlay, means "son of the white warrior". Mackinlay, Mackinley and Mckinlay are more unconventional as forms.
Macmahon, var. Mcmahon, Macmahon, means "son of the bear". Macmahon (top 27%) and Mcmahon (1%) occur commonly as last names.
Macmurray, var. Mcmurray, means "son of the seafarer". Macmurray (top 25%), Mcmurray (2%), like Mansaray (top 27%), Mcray (16%), are common -ray suffix last names.
Macniel, var. Mcneil, Mcneal, Macneal, Mcneill, Macneill, means "son of Neil". Macniel, Mcneal, etc. are unusual as children's names.
Macon. Macon, like the similar Mabon, exists more often as a last name. Gender-neutral name.
Macy, var. Macey, means "weapon". Macy (cf. Stacy, Nancy) is a popular -cy suffix last name.
Maddock, var. Madoc, Madog, Madock, means "charitable, benevolent". Madoc and variants are seldom found as men's names, and Maddock occurs often (upper 8%) as a surname.
Maddox, var. Madox, Madocks, Maddocks, means "benefactor's son". Maddox, Maddocks, etc. are hardly found as given names.
Madison▼, var. Maddy, Madisyn, Madyson, Madisson, Maddison. Popular as last names. Compare Madison (top 1%), Maddison (28%) with popular -ison surnames Mullison (top 91%), Renison (75%).
Magal, means "scythe". Not Top 1000 name. See also Mical.