[Mara, Marra, .. 6 more] Var. of Amara 6 Derived fr. Latin element. "Everlasting." The version Mara is frequently occurring (Top 22%) as a feminine name, while Marra is scarcely used in comparison. Mara (Top 14%) and Marra (6%) appear often as surnames according to the US Census.
[Mali, Malia▲, Malika, .. 44 more] Var. of Amelia 7 Root fr. Latin, Old German elements. "Rival, eager work." The variant form Malia has grown increasingly popular as a birth name for females since 1880. ..
[Mariclare] Var. of Clare 8 Derived fr. Latin element. "Bright, famous." Unique as a birth name for females. ..
[Marilda, .. 20 more] Var. of Esmeralda 10 Derived fr. Spanish element. "Emerald." Unique as a birth name for females. See also Meralda. ..
[Marianela, .. 12 more] Var. of Estelle 11 Stems fr. Old French, Latin words. "Star." The variant form Marianela is commonplace (Top 92%) as a women's name. See also Marinell. ..
[Marisabel, .. 42 more] Var. of Isabel 12 Derivative of Hebrew word. "God is my oath." A seldom-used baby name. ..
Mabel▼ [Mab, Mabelle▼, Mable▼, Maible, Maybel, Maybell▼, Maybelle▼, Mayble, .. 5 more] 14 Derived fr. English element. "Lovable." The variations Maybelle, Maybell, Mable, Mabelle and Mabel are more popular as birth names for females among the different forms of the name. ..