What does Masha mean?
Masha has 36 related forms via Mary: Mair, Maire, Mal, Malia, Mame▼, Mamie▼, Manon, Manya, Mara▲, Mare, Maree, Maren, Maria▼, Mariam▲, Marian▼, Marie▼, Marin, Mariska, Marita, Marja, Marjan, Marje, Marla▼, Marlo▼, Marya, Marysa, Marysia, Maura, Maure, Mavra, May▼, Mayme▼, Mayra▼, Mayria, Moira and Moya.Kreatif forms:
(female) Maesha, Magsha, ..
(male) Mashace, Mashari, ..
How popular is Masha?
Masha is an unusual given name for females but a somewhat prominent last name for both adults and children (#116835 out of 150436, Top 78%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Which version is better?with its source form and related girl names. Popular alternative forms of Masha (not ranked) are Malia (#313 in 2015), Mame, Mamie, Mara (#739), Maree, Maren (#1113), Maria (#109), Mariam (#563), Marian (#1104), Marie (#564), Marin (#1471), Mariska, Marita, Marla, Marlo, Mary (#124), Maura (#1490), May (#1658), Mayme, Mayra (#1275) and Moira (#1645). Usage of these forms of Masha was well-received a century ago (usage of 9.7%) and has become much diminished since (usage 0.5%, down 94.4%). Mary is more universally found than the rest, though Mara has gained in popularity, while versions like Marlo are no longer trendy. Below is a charted analysis of the ranking of the girl name Masha and affiliated names. (Top Baby Names, 2015)
Masha is pronounced similarly to Maisha, Michi, Miesha, Mischa, Misha, Myeisha, Myesha, Myeshia, Myiesha and Myisha. Other suggested similar names are Aesha, Aisha▲, Akasha, Asha, Basha, Casha, Caysha, Dasha, Daysha, Dosha, Elsha, Ieasha, Isha, Kasha, Keasha, Kisha▼, Lisha, Maaja, Mada, Maeja, Mahra, Maia▲, Maida, Maiga, Maira, Maisa, Maiya, Maja, Mala, Malea, Malisha, Malka, Malva, Manda▼, Marfa, Marga, Marra, Marsha▼, Marsia, Marta▼, Martha▼, Masada, Masina, Mason, Mata, Matha, Mathea, Mathia, Mayda, Maysa, Mesa, Nesha, Nisha, Pascha, Pasha, Saesha, Sarha, Sascha, Sasha, Stasha, Tahsha, Taisha, Tasha▼, Tosha▼ and Usha. These names tend to be more commonly used than Masha.See names in meaning and etymology.