Baby Girl names that start with  “ M “ and their  Meaning

 

Maachah

Hebrew, meaning ‘one who has been oppressed’.

Maarath

Hebrew, meaning ‘from desolute land’.

Maarii

German, meaning ‘like a dragonfly’.

Maata

Australian, meaning ‘highborn’.

Math

Hebrew, meaning ‘petite one’.

Mab

Irish Gaelic, meaning ‘joy’.

Mabel

(alt. Mabelle, Mable)

Latin, meaning ‘loveable’.

Mabina

Celtic, meaning ‘nimble’.

Mabli

Welsh, meaning ‘beautiful’.

Macanta

Gaelic, meaning ‘kind and gentle’.

Macaria

Spanish, meaning ‘blessed’.

Macha

Irish, meaning ‘goddess of war’.

Machiko

Japanese, meaning ‘beautiful one’.

Macy

(alt. Macey, Maci, Macie)

French, meaning ‘Matthew’s estate’.

Mada

English, meaning ‘from Magdala’.

Madden

(alt. Maddyn)

Irish, meaning ‘little dog’.

Maddie

(alt. Maddi, Maddie, Madie)

Shortened form of Madeline, meaning ‘from Magdala’.

Madeira

Spanish, meaning ‘place of sweet wine’.

Madeline

(alt. Madaline, Madalyn, Madeleine)

Greek, meaning ‘from Magdala’.

Madge

Greek, meaning ‘pearl’.

Madhu

Indian, meaning ‘sweet like honey’.

Madhuri

Hindi, meaning ‘sweet girl’.

Madini

Swahili, meaning ‘gemstone’.

Madison

(alt. Maddison, Madisyn, Madyson)

English, meaning ‘son of the mighty warrior’.

Madonna

Latin, meaning ‘my lady’.

Madora

Greek, meaning ‘great ruler’.

Maeko

Japanese, meaning ‘truthful’.

Maertisa

English, meaning ‘well-known’.

Maeve

Irish Gaelic, meaning ‘intoxicating’.

Mafalda

Spanish, meaning ‘battle-mighty’.

Mafuane

Egyptian, meaning ‘daughter of the earth’.

Magali

Greek, meaning ‘pearl’.

Magdalene

(alt. Magdalen, Magdalena)

Greek, meaning ‘from Magdala’.

Magena

Hebrew, meaning ‘protected’.

Maggie

Shortened form of Margaret, meaning ‘pearl’.

Magna

Latin, meaning ‘having great strength’.

Magnolia

Latin, from the flower of the same name.

Maha

African, meaning ‘one with beautiful eyes’.

Mahal

Native American, meaning ‘tender and loving’.

Mahala

(alt. Mahalia)

Hebrew, meaning ‘tender affection’.

Mahina

Hawaiian, meaning ‘daughter of moonlight’.

Mahira

Arabic, meaning ‘clever and adroit’.

Mahlah

Hebrew, meaning ‘to be pitied’.

Mahola

Hebrew, meaning ‘enjoys dancing’.

Mahsa

Persian, meaning ‘like the moon’.

Maia

(alt. Maja)

Greek, meaning ‘mother’.

Maida

English, meaning ‘maiden’.

Maiki

Japanese, meaning ‘like a dancing flower’.

Maimun

Arabic, meaning ‘lucky’.

Maine

French, meaning ‘from the mainland’.

Mairwen

Welsh, meaning ‘fair’.

Maisie

(alt. Maisey, Maisy, Maizie, Masie, Mazie)

Greek, meaning ‘pearl’.

Maiya

Japanese, meaning ‘rice valley’.

Majda

Arabic, meaning ‘glorious woman’.

Makaio

Hawaiian, meaning ‘gift from God’.

Biblical names

Elizabeth

Eve

Hannah

Leah

Mary

Miriam

Rachel

Rebecca

Ruth

Sarah

Makani

Hawaiian, meaning ‘like the wind’.

Makarim

Arabic, meaning ‘honourable one’.

Makea

Finnish, meaning ‘sweet one’.

Malka

Hebrew, meaning ‘queen’.

Mallory

(alt. Malorie)

French, meaning ‘unhappy’.

Malvina

Gaelic, meaning ‘smooth brow’.

Mamie

(alt. Mammie)

Shortened form of Margaret, meaning ‘pearl’.

Mandy

(alt. Mandi)

Shortened form of Amanda, meaning ‘much loved’.

Manisha

Sanskrit, meaning ‘desire’.

Mansi

Hopi, meaning ‘plucked flower’.

Manuela

Spanish, meaning ‘the Lord is among us’.

Mara

Hebrew, meaning ‘bitter’.

Marcela

(alt. Marcella, Marceline, Marcelle)

Latin, meaning ‘war-like’.

Marcia

Latin, meaning ‘war-like’.

Marcy

(alt. Marci, Marcie)

Latin, meaning ‘war-like’.

Margaret

(alt. Margarete, Margaretta, Margarette, Margret)

Greek, meaning ‘pearl’.

Margery

(alt. Marge, Margie, Margit, Margy)

French, meaning ‘pearl’.

Margo

(alt. Margot)

French, meaning ‘pearl’.

Marguerite

(alt. Margarita)

French, meaning ‘pearl’.

Maria

(alt. Mariah)

Latin, meaning ‘bitter’.

Marian

(alt. Mariam, Mariana, Marion)

French, meaning ‘bitter grace’.

Marianne

(alt. Mariana, Mariann, Maryann, Maryanne)

French, meaning ‘bitter grace’.

Maribel

American, meaning ‘bitterly beautiful’.

Marie

French, meaning ‘bitter’.

Mariel

(alt. Mariela, Mariella)

Dutch, meaning ‘bitter’.

Marietta

(alt. Marieta)

French, meaning ‘bitter’.

Marigold

English, from the flower of the same name.

Marika

Dutch, meaning ‘bitter’.

Marilyn

(alt. Marilee, Marilene, Marilynn)

English, meaning ‘bitter’.

Marin

American, from the county of the same name.

Marina

(alt. Marine)

Latin, meaning ‘from the sea’.

Mariposa

Spanish, meaning ‘butterfly’.

Maris

Latin, meaning ‘of the sea’.

Marisa

Latin, meaning ‘of the sea’.

Marisol

Spanish, meaning ‘bitter sun’.

Marissa

American, meaning ‘of the sea’.

Marjolaine

French, meaning ‘marjoram’.

Marjorie

(alt. Marjory)

French, meaning ‘pearl’.

Marla

Shortened form of Marlene, meaning ‘bitter’.

Marlene

(alt. Marlen, Marlena)

Hebrew, meaning ‘bitter’.

Marley

(alt. Marlee)

American, meaning ‘bitter’.

Marlo

(alt. Marlowe)

American, meaning ‘bitter’.

Marseille

French, from the city of the same name.

Marsha

English, meaning ‘war-like’.

Martha

(alt. Marta)

Aramaic, meaning ‘lady’.

Martina

Latin, meaning ‘war-like’.

Marvel

French, meaning ‘something to marvel at’.

Mary

Latin, meaning ‘star of the sea’.

Masada

Hebrew, meaning ‘foundation’.

Matilda

(alt. Mathilda, Mathilde, Matide)

German, meaning ‘battle-mighty’.

Mattea

Hebrew, meaning ‘gift of God’.

Maude

(alt. Maud)

German, meaning ‘battle-mighty’.

Maura

Irish, meaning ‘bitter’.

Maureen

(alt. Maurine)

Irish, meaning ‘bitter’.

Mavis

French, meaning ‘thrush’.

Maxine

(alt. Maxie)

Latin, meaning ‘greatest’.

May

(alt. Mae, Maya, Maye, Mayra)

Hebrew, meaning ‘gift of God’. Also from the month.

Mckenna

(alt. Mackenna)

Irish Gaelic, meaning ‘son of the handsome one’.

Mckenzie

(alt. Mackenzie, Mckenzy, Mikenzi)

Irish Gaelic, meaning ‘son of the wise ruler’.

Meara

Gaelic, meaning ‘filled with happiness’.

Medea

(alt. Meda)

Greek, meaning ‘ruling’.

Christmas names

Carol

Eve

Gloria

Holly

Ivy

Mary

Natasha

Noël

Robin

Meg

Shortened form of Margaret, meaning ‘pearl’.

Megan

(alt. Meagan, Meghan)

Welsh, meaning ‘pearl’.

Mehitabel

Hebrew, meaning ‘benefited by God’.

Mehri

Persian, meaning ‘kind’.

Mei

Latin, meaning ‘great one’.

Meishan

Chinese, meaning ‘virtuous and beautiful’.

Meiwei

Chinese, meaning ‘forever enchanting’.

Melanie

(alt. Melania, Melany, Melonie)

Greek, meaning ‘dark-skinned’.

Melba

Australian, meaning ‘from Melbourne’.

Melia

(alt. Meliah)

German, meaning ‘industrious’.

Melina

Greek, meaning ‘honey’.

Melinda

Latin, meaning ‘honey’.

Melisande

French, meaning ‘bee’.

Melissa

(alt. Melisa, Mellissa)

Greek, meaning ‘bee’.

Melita

Greek, meaning ‘sweet as honey’.

Melody

(alt. Melodie)

Greek, meaning ‘song’.

Melva

Celtic, meaning ‘chief’.

Melvina

Celtic, meaning ‘chieftain’.

Menachema

Hebrew, meaning ‘offers consolation’.

Menaka

Indian, meaning ‘heavenly maiden’.

Menora

Hebrew, meaning ‘candlestick’.

Mercedes

Spanish, meaning ‘mercies’.

Mercy

English, meaning ‘mercy’.

Meredith

(alt. Meridith)

Welsh, meaning ‘great ruler’.

Merle

French, meaning ‘blackbird’.

Merry

English, meaning ‘lighthearted’.

Meryl

(alt. Merrill)

Irish Gaelic, meaning ‘sea-bright’.

Meta

German, meaning ‘pearl’.

Mia

Italian, meaning ‘mine’.

Michaela

(alt. Makaela, Mikaila, Mikala, Mikayla)

Hebrew, meaning ‘who is like the Lord’.

Michelle

(alt. Machelle, Michele)

French, meaning ‘who is like the Lord’.

Mickey

(alt. Mickie)

Shortened form of Michelle, meaning ‘who is like the Lord’.

Mide

Irish, meaning ‘thirsty’.

Mieko

Japanese, meaning ‘born into wealth’.

Migdalia

Greek, meaning ‘from Magdala’.

Mignon

French, meaning ‘cute’.

Mika

(alt. Micah)

Hebrew, meaning ‘who resembles God’.

Milada

Czech, meaning ‘my love’.

Milagros

Spanish, meaning ‘miracles’.

Milan

Italian, from the city of the same name.

Mildred

English, meaning ‘gentle strength’.

Milena

Czech, meaning ‘love and warmth’.

Miley

American, meaning ‘smiley’.

Millicent

German, meaning ‘highborn power’.

Millie

(alt. Milly)

Shortened form of Millicent, meaning ‘highborn power’.

Mimi

Italian, a variant of Mary, meaning ‘star of the sea’. Famous as the protagonist of Puccini’s

opera La Bohème.

Mina

(alt. Mena)

German, meaning ‘love’.

Popular song names

Barbara Ann (Barbara Ann, The Beach Boys)

Caroline (Sweet Caroline, Neil Diamond)

Delilah (Delilah, Tom Jones)

Eileen (Come on Eileen, Dexy’s Midnight Runners)

Eleanor (Eleanor Rigby, The Beatles)

Julia (Julia, The Beatles)

Layla (Layla, Eric Clapton)

Lola (Lola, The Kinks)

Roxanne (Roxanne, The Police)

Sadie (Sexy Sadie, The Beatles)

Mindy

(alt. Mindi)

Latin, meaning ‘honey’.

Minerva

Roman, from the goddess of the same name.

Ming

Chinese, meaning ‘bright’.

Minnie

(alt. Minna)

German, meaning ‘will-helmet’.

Mira

Latin, meaning ‘admirable’.

Mirabel

(alt. Mirabella, Mirabelle)

Latin, meaning ‘wonderful’.

Miranda

(alt. Meranda)

Latin, meaning ‘admirable’.

Mirella

(alt. Mireille, Mirela)

Latin, meaning ‘admirable’.

Miriam

Hebrew, meaning ‘bitter’.

Mirta

Spanish, meaning ‘crown of thorns’.

Missy

Shortened form of Melissa, meaning ‘bee’.

Misty

(alt. Misti)

English, meaning ‘mist’.

Mitzi

German, a variant of Mary, meaning ‘star of the sea’.

Miu

Japanese, meaning ‘beautiful feather’.

Moira

(alt. Maira)

English, a variant of Mary, meaning ‘star of the sea’.

Molly

(alt. Mollie)

Irish, a variant of Mary, meaning ‘star of the sea’.

Momo

Japanese, meaning ‘like a peach’.

Mona

Irish Gaelic, meaning ‘aristocratic’.

Monica

(alt. Monika, Monique)

Latin, meaning ‘adviser’.

Montserrat

(alt. Monserrate)

Spanish, from the town of the same name.

Morag

Scottish, a variant of Mary, meaning ‘star of the sea’.

Morgan

(alt. Morgann)

Welsh, meaning ‘great and bright’.

Moriah

Hebrew, meaning ‘the Lord is my teacher’.

Morwenna

Welsh, meaning ‘maiden’.

Moselle

(alt. Mozell, Mozella, Mozelle)

Hebrew, meaning ‘saviour’.

Mulan

Chinese, meaning ‘wood orchid’.

Munaya

African, meaning ‘rainmaker’.

Munin

Scandinavian, meaning ‘good memory’.

Muriel

Irish Gaelic, meaning ‘sea-bright’.

Mushana

African, meaning ‘born in morning light’.

Mushira

Arabic, meaning ‘wise counsellor’.

Mutia

African, meaning ‘respected’.

Mya

(alt. Myah)

Greek, meaning ‘mother’.

Myfanwy

Welsh, meaning ‘my little lovely one’.

Myma

Irish, meaning ‘greatly loved’.

Myra

Latin, meaning ‘scented oil’.

Myrna

(alt. Mirna)

Irish Gaelic, meaning ‘tender and beloved’.

Myrtle

Irish, from the shrub of the same name.

Mythri

Indian, meaning ‘values friendship’.

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