[Mariclare] Var. of Clare 8 Derivative of Latin language. "Bright, famous." Mariclare was not a Top birth name in 2014. ..
[Mara, Mari▼, Maris, .. 16 more] Forms of Damaris 9 Derived fr. Greek, Latin languages. "Calf; to tame; gentle." Mari and forms grew in popularity in the 1950s and are less popular today, with Mari becoming less stylish.
[Marilda, .. 20 more] Var. of Esmeralda 10 Based on Spanish. "Emerald." Unconventional. Compare Marilda, and popular last names Balda, Mcdilda, which also end with -lda. See also Marilla. ..
[Marianela, .. 12 more] Form of Estelle 11 Based on Old French, Latin. "Star." Marianela is uncommon as a girls' name. See also Marinell. ..
[Marisabel, .. 42 more] Form of Isabel 12 Root fr. Hebrew element. "God is my oath." Unique. Marisabel is not listed in the US Demographics. ..
Mabel▼ [Mab, Mabelle▼, Mable▼, Maible, Maybell▼, Maybel, Maybelle▼, Mayble, .. 5 more] 14 Source fr. English, Latin elements. "Lovable." Popular last names, like last names Zabel, Isabel, with the -abel ending. ..
Machiko 16 Stems fr. Japanese language. "Child who learns truth; beautiful child." Outside Top 1000.
Macon 19 .. a town in France, and later .. Macon was not a Top birth name in 2014. Unisex name.
Madeline [Mada, Madalaina, Madaleine, Madalena, Madalyn, Madalene, Madalynn, Maddelena, Maddie, Madel, Maddy, Madelaine, Madelayne, Madeleine, Madelene, Madelena, Madelina, Madella, Madelle, Madelyn, Madelon, Madelyne, Madelynn, Madelynne, Madge▼, Madena, Madilyn, Madina, Madlen, Madlyn, Madlin, Mady, Madzia, Magda, Magdalen▼, Magdala, Magdalena▼, Magdalene▼, Magdalina, Magdalini, Magdaline, Magdeleine, Magdelina, Magdolna, Maighdlin, Maidel, Mala, Malena, Malina, Marleen, Marleah, Marlen, Marlena▼, Marlene▼, Marlyne, Marline, Maud▼, Maude▼, .. 5 more] 21 Based on Hebrew. "Woman from Magdala." Madge, Magdalen, Magdalena, Magdalene, Marlena, Marlene, Maud and Maude have diminished in favor as baby names since the 1880s. ..
Madge▼ 23 Short form of Margaret (Greek) "pearl". Usage of Madge as a children's name has faded since the 1890s. See also Marge.
Madison [Maddison, Madisen▼, Madisson, Madisyn, Madyson▼] 24 Root fr. Old English word. "Son of the mighty warrior." Usage of Madisyn and variants intensified in 2000 and is lower today, with Madisen and Madyson becoming less stylish. ..