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Boy Names Starting with Me-

Me- baby names and what they mean, with 51 results. Me- names are used more often as feminine names. Usage of these boy names reached its apex during 1920-1929 (ADOPTION OF 0.6%) and is now significantly reduced (ADOPTION 0.1%, 90%), with names like Melvyn falling out of fashion. Merrick (#817) and Menachem (#1081) are two of the more contemporarily stylish boy names here, while Melick (TOP 14%) and Mednick (24%) are common Me- surnames. Here is the list of Me- names for girls.

Me- names

Mead - Melchior | Melchisedek - Merom | Merrick - Meyer

Mead - Melchior

Mead, var. Meed, Meade
From Middle English word. "Meadow." Muad is a marginally favored birth name.

Medad, var. Meydad
Stems fr. Hebrew element. "Friend." Unconventional. Compare Medad, Meydad and popular last names Milad (TOP 87%), Mowad (44%), which also end with -ad.

Form of Modesto. Root fr. Spanish, Latin elements. "Modest, moderate, humble." Kadesto and Medesse are creative forms.

Medford and variants

Medford, var. Meadford
From Old English. "Ford at the meadow." Adoption of Meadford and forms was up 98 years ago.

Medwin, var. Medwyn, Medwinn, Medvin
Derived fr. Old German. "Strong friend." Scarce as baby names, but Medwin, Medvin, etc. are similar to the more familiar Melvin.

Origin fr. Hebrew language. "Blessing, goodness." Uncommon. Meged is not found in the US Demographics. See also Meed.

Form of Malki. Stems fr. Hebrew word. "My king." Not in Top 2000.

Mehmud1, Mehmoud, Mehmood1, Mehmet
Var. of Muhammad. Derived fr. Arabic. "Praiseworthy." Outside Top 2000.

Mehmud2, Mehmood2
Forms of Mahmud. Stems fr. Arabic. "Praiseworthy." Not in popularity charts.

Form of Michael. Derived fr. Hebrew word. "Who is like God?." Not in Top 2000. See also Mikal.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Me- names: Medford, Meir, Mel, Melbourne, Meyer

Source fr. Welsh word. "Head ruler." Not Top 2000 name.

Menard, Meinhardt1, Meinhard1
Forms of Maynard. Based on Old German word. "Brave or hard strength." Unusual. Meinhard, Menard, like Millard, use the unusual androgynous-sounding -ard ending.

Meinhard2, var. Meino, Meinhardt2
Source fr. German word. "Brave or hard strength." Meinhard, Meinhardt and Meino are not in the Top 2000.

Based on Old German word. "Strong or mighty counsel." Rare. Meinrad is not listed in the US Census.

Mayer and variants

Meyer1, Meir1
Var. of Mayer. Source fr. German, Hebrew, Latin words. "Farmer; bright, shining; larger." Meyer has dwindled in popularity as a boys' name since the 1910s.

Meir2, var. Meyer2, Meiri
From Hebrew language. "Bright one." Adoption of Meiri and forms soared in the 1910s and is now lower, with Meyer falling out of fashion.

Var. of Mario. Root fr. Latin element. "Manly." Meirion is not in the Top 2000.


Short form of Melvin and other .. Mel is conventional (TOP 77%) as a men's name, and exists regularly (TOP 52%) as a surname. Unisex name.

Melbourne and variants

Melbourne, var. Melburn, Melborn, Mel2
Root fr. Old English language. "Mill stream." Melborn and variants rose in popularity in the 1940s.

Melchior, var. Melkior, Melker
Origin fr. Polish, Persian, Farsi. .. From Christian tradition, the name of .. Melchior, Melker and Melkior are unusual as children's names.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for Me- names for boys.

1. Mead - Melchior
Mead [Meed, Meade], Medad [Meydad], Modesto [Medesto], Medford [Meadford], Medwin [Medwyn, Medvin, Medwinn], Meged, Malki [Mehlech], Muhammad [Mehmud, Mehmet, Mehmoud, Mehmood], Mahmud [Mehmud, Mehmood], Michael [Meical], Meilyr, Maynard [Menard, Meinhard, Meinhardt], Meinhard [Meino, Meinhardt], Meinrad, Mayer [Meir, Meyer], Meir [Meyer, Meiri], Mario [Meirion], Mel, Melbourne [Mel, Melburn, Melborn], Melchior [Melker, Melkior]

Melchisedek [Melchizadek, Melchisadak, Melchisadeck], Meldon [Melden], Meldrick [Meldric, Melderick], Melesio [Meliseo, Melicio, Melecio, Melasio, Melacio], Mellen [Mellon, Mellin, Mellan, Meldan], Melville, Melvin [Mel, Melwyn, Melwin, Melvyn, Melvon, Melwynn], Menachem [Menahem, Menaheim], Nachman [Menahem, Menachem], Manasseh [Menashi, Menashe], Mendel [Mendell, Mendeley], Minor [Menor, Meinor], Mentor, Mercator, Mercer [Merce], Mercury [Mercure, Mercurey, Mercuree], Meredith [Meridith, Merideth, Meredyth], Merle, Merlin [Merle, Merlyn, Merlen, Merlynn, Merlinn], Marom [Merom]

Merrick [Merrik, Meyrick], Merrill [Meryl, Meril, Merril, Merrel, Merill, Merrell], Merritt [Merit, Meritt, Merrett], Mersey, Merton [Merwyn], Marvin [Merwyn, Merwin, Mervyn, Mervin], Mervin [Merwyn, Merwin, Mervyn, Merven, Merwinn, Mervynn], Meshach, Methodios [Methodius], Methuselah, Meyer [Meir, Meier]

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