Baby Names starting with M for boys



Baby Names from A to Z

Mabon, means "son". An unusual name for newborns which occurs more conventionally as a surname. See also Macon.

Mabry, var. Mabrey, Maybrey, Maybery, Maybury, Mayberry. Mabry is uncommon as a male name, occurring frequently (Top 3%) as a last name in the US Census. See also Maury.

Mac, var. Mack, Mackie, Mackey, Macklin, means "son of". Mac and Mack have decreased in popularity as names for baby boys over time. The form Mack is familiar as a variation of Mac.

Macadam, var. Mcadam, means "son of Adam". Macadam is unique as a male name, appearing commonly (Top 32%) as a last name in the US Census.

Macallister, var. Mcalister, Mcallister, Macalister, means "son of Alistair". Macallister is a sparsely used men's name, and it occurs regularly (Top 34%) as a surname according to the US Census.

Macardle, var. Mccardell, Macardell, means "son of great courage". Infrequently used as a birth name for males.

Macarthur, var. Mcarthur, means "son of Arthur". Macarthur is atypical as a given name, and it occurs regularly (Top 7%) as a surname according to the US Census. The form Mcarthur is widely used as a variation of this name.

Macbride, var. Mcbride, Macbryde, means "son of the follower of Saint Brigid". Unusual as a birth name for boys, Macbride is found more frequently as a surname.

Maccabee, var. Makabee, Macabee, means "hammer". Maccabee is intermittently used as a men's name.

Maccoy, var. Mccoy, Maccoy, means "son of Hugh". Distinctive as a boys' name. See also Mackey.

Maccrea, var. Mccrea, Macrae, Maccrea, Maccray, Maccrae, means "son of grace". Maccrea is unique as a given name.

Macdonald, var. Mcdonald, means "son of Donald". Macdonald is unconventional as a male name, and it occurs frequently (Top 1%) as a last name according to the US Census.

Macdougal, var. Mcdowell, Mcdougal, Macdowell, Macdougal, means "son of Dougal". Macdougal is rarely used as a men's name, appearing regularly (Top 48%) as a surname according to the US Census.

Mace, var. Maceo, Macey, Macerio, means "heavy staff or club". Distinctive as a boys' name, Mace is used more often as a last name. See also Myke.

Macedonio, means "from Macedonia". Distinctive as a name for newborns, occurring more often as a surname.

Macfarlane, means "Bartholomew's son". An unusual baby name which occurs more conventionally as a surname.

Macgowan, var. Mcgown, Mcgowen, Mcgowan, Magowan, Maccowen, Macgowan, Maccowan, means "son of the blacksmith; one who is adroit". Unusual as a birth name, Macgowan is used more frequently as a surname.

Machenry, var. Mchenry, means "son of Henry". Machenry is a scarce masculine name, and it appears often (Top 48%) as a surname according to the US Census.

Mackenzie, var. Mckenzie, Mckensie, Mackensie, means "son of the wise ruler". Gender-neutral name. Usage of Mackenzie as a given name is only intermittent. Mackenzie is found more commonly as a last name.

Mackinac. Uncommon as a given name for boys.

Mackinley, var. Mckinley, Mckinlay, Mackinlay, means "son of the white warrior; learned ruler". Mackinley is rare as a masculine name. The variation Mckinley is commonly used as a form of the name.

Macmahon, var. Mcmahon, Macmahon, means "son of the bear". Macmahon is unusual as a male name, occurring commonly (Top 52%) as a last name according to the US Census.

Macmurray, var. Mcmurray, means "son of the seafarer". Uncommon as a name for kids, Macmurray exists more frequently as a last name.

Macniel, var. Mcneil, Mcneal, Macneal, Mcneill, Macneill, means "son of Neil". Macniel is sparsely used as a given name.

Macon. Distinctive as a name for children, existing more conventionally as a last name. A name used for both men and women.

Macy, var. Macey, means "weapon". Also suitable as a girls' name. Macy is unique as a men's name, and it occurs regularly (Top 9%) as a surname in the US Census.

Maddock, var. Madoc, Madog, Madock, means "charitable, benevolent". Uncommon as a given name for baby boys, Maddock occurs more frequently as a last name. See also Maddox.

Maddox, var. Madox, Madocks, Maddocks, means "benefactor's son". The name Maddox has gained in popularity as a birth name for males over time. See also Madoc.

Madison, var. Maddy, Madisyn, Madyson, Madisson, Maddison. Also suitable as a girls' name. The name Madison has decreased in favor as a boys' name over the years since 1880-1889.

Magal, means "scythe". Unusual as a boys' name. See also Mikal.

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