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M:   Macarius - Blessed
    Macbeth - From Shakespeare's play Macbeth
    Macduff - From Shakespeare's play Macbeth
    Mace - aromatic spice
    Macey - Little Matthew A man
    Mackay - Son of the fiery one
    Mackenzie - The son of the handsome one
    Macon - to make
    Maddock - champion, good fortune
    Maddox - Son of the patron
    Madison - Child of Maud or Matthew
    Madoc - Fortunate
    Madron - A nobleman A Jewish name Also a Cornish placename
    Magee - The son of the handsome one
    Magne - fierce warrior
    Magnus - The great one
    Magus - A magician or priest
    Mahabala - strength
    Mahavira - son of Priyavrata
    Mahendra - The great God Indra (the God of the sky)
    Mahesh - A great ruler
    Mahir - Industrious
    Mahmood - Praiseworthy Also see Muhammad
    Mahomet - The praised one Also see Mahmood
    Makani - The wind
    Mako - The name of a shark
    Maksim - The greatest
    Makya - The eagle hunter
    Malachi - The messenger of the Lord A prophet in the Bible
    Malcolm - A follower of St Columba, `the dove'
    Malcom - disciple of Saint Columbia
    Malden - From the hill with a monument
    Malik - The master or king
    Malin - A little warrior
    Malise - The servant of God
    Mallee - Scrubland
    Malone - A devotee of St John
    Malvern - The bare hill
    Manco - king
    Mandek - army man
    Mandel - Tuetonic: An almond Jewish: A little man
    Mander - from me
    Mandhatri - prince
    Mandla - Energy or power (Zulu)
    Mandu - The sun
    Manfield - From the communal field
    Manfred - A man of peace
    Mani - Aboriginal: Equal Sanskrit: A jewel
    Manley - Brave and manly
    Mannie - God is with us
    Mannix - A little monk
    Manny - God is with us
    Mansa - A king
    Mansoor - Victorious
    Mansur - divinely aided
    Manu - The man of the birds
    Manuel - God is with us
    Manus - The great one
    Marama - The moon man
    Marc - Warlike
    Marcade - From Shakespeare's play Love's Labour Lost
    Marcel - From Marcus, which relates to Mars, the God of war
    Marcell - From Marcus, which relates to Mars, the God of war
    Marcello - From Marcus, which relates to Mars, the God of war
    Marcellus - From Marcus, which relates to Mars, the God of war
    Marcin - warlike
    Marco - From Marcus, which relates to Mars, the God of war
    Marcos - From Marcus, which relates to Mars, the God of war
    Marcus - Defender
    Marden - from the valley with the pool
    Mardian - From Shakespeare's play Antony & Cleopatra
    Margarelon - From Shakespeare's play Troilus & Cressida
    Marian - Bitter, as in a bitterly wanted child Also - The star of the sea
    Marijan - Marian
    Marino - Of the sea Masculine form of Marina
    Mario - Virile The warlike one From a Roman family name
    Marion - Bitter, as in a bitterly wanted child Also - The star of the sea
    Marius - Virile The warlike one From a Roman family name
    Mark - From Marcus, which relates to Mars, the God of war
    Marland - From the lake land
    Marley - From the pleasant meadow
    Marlon - Wild falcon
    Marlow - From the lake or pond
    Maron - A character from Greek mythology
    Marot - Moravian
    Marron - A leaf
    Marsden - From the valley boundary
    Marsh - From the marshy land
    Marshall - A horsekeeper, or a steward
    Marston - The place by the marsh
    Martin - Of Mars, the Roman God of war
    Martius - From Shakespeare's play Titus Andronicus
    Marty - Of Mars, the Roman God of war
    Marvin - Friend of the sea
    Marvyn - A famous friend
    Masakazu - first son of Masa
    Maslin - little twin
    Mason - A stone mason
    Massimo - The greatest
    Masud - The fortunate one
    Matai - gift of God
    Matanga - sage, advisor to Devi Lalita
    Matareka - The one with a smiling face
    Matari - A man
    Mather - strong army
    Matt - A gift of God Also see Macey and Madison
    Matthew - A gift of God One of the twelve apostles and the author of the first book of the New Testament
    Maurice - Dark-skinned, like a Moor
    Mawgan - The name of a saint
    Max - From the stream of Magnus
    Maxey - From the island of Magnus
    Maximilian - The greatest
    Maxwell - From the stream of Magnus
    Mayer - One who gives light
    Maynard - Powerful, brave
    Mayon - the black God
    Mecaenus - From Shakespeare's play Antony & Cleopatra
    Medwin - A friend from the meadow
    Mehetabel - favoured by God, God is doing good
    Mehul - A derivative of Mukul
    Meir - One who gives light
    Meirion - A traditional name of uncertain meaning
    Meka - eyes
    Mel - From the bad or poor settlement
    Melancton - black flower
    Melbourne - From the millstream
    Melburn - From the millstream
    Melchior - The king of the city
    Melford - From the ford by the hill
    Melor - A Cornish placename
    Melun - From Shakespeare's play King John
    Melville - From the bad or poor settlement
    Melvin - Mill worker
    Melvyn - From the bad or poor settlement
    Menachem - The comforter
    Menadue - From the dark hill
    Menas - From Shakespeare's play Antony & Cleopatra
    Mendel - The comforter
    Menyhart - royal light
    Mercade - From Shakespeare's play Love's Labour's Lost
    Mercer - A merchant
    Mercutio - From Shakespeare's play Romeo & Juliet
    Meredith - A lord
    Merle - A blackbird
    Merlin - From the fort by the sea, or the falcon
    Merrick - Welsh form of Maurice Dark-skinned, like a Moor
    Merrill - Of the bright sea Also joyful, happy
    Merten - Of Mars, the Roman God of war Also see Marius and Mark
    Merton - The place by the lake
    Merv - Friend of the sea
    Mervin - Friend of the sea
    Mervyn - A famous friend
    Meyer - One who gives light
    Mica - The name of a mineral
    Micah - A Hebrew form of Michael, mentioned in the Bible
    Michael - Like the Lord One of the archangels in the Bible
    Michelangelo - Michael the angel The first name of the famous artist Michelangelo Buonarroti
    Mick - Like the Lord
    Mickey - Like the Lord
    Midas - A legendary figure that transformed all that he touched into gold
    Miguel - Like the Lord
    Mihaly - who is like God?
    Mikael - Like the Lord
    Mike - Like the Lord
    Mikhail - Like the Lord
    Miki - Aboriginal: The moon Japanese: A stem
    Mikkel - Like the Lord
    Mikkeli - Like the Lord
    Mikko - Like the Lord
    Miklos - Czech form of Nicholas
    Miksa - similar to God
    Milan - The favoured or beloved one
    Milbourn - From the millstream
    Milburn - From the millstream
    Miles - Latin: A soldier Tuetonic: Merciful
    Milford - From the ford by the mill A Welsh and New Zealand placename
    Millard - The mill-keeper
    Miller - A graingrinder or miller
    Milo - Latin: A soldier Tuetonic: Merciful
    Milos - Favoured Also see Milan
    Milton - From the mill town
    Minar - A mariner
    Minas - The great one
    Miner - youth
    Ming - After a dynasty
    Mingma - Born on a Tuesday
    Minos - The son of Zeus in Greek mythology
    Miro - A throwing stick
    Miroslav - Great glory
    Mischa - Like the Lord
    Mitali - friend
    Mitch - Like the Lord
    Mitcham - The large homestead
    Mitchel - Like the Lord
    Mitchell - Like the Lord
    Mogens - The great one
    Mogo - A stone axe
    Mohammed - The praised one
    Mohan - The bewitching one
    Mohinder - The great God Indra (the God of the sky)
    Monro - From the mouth of the River Roe, in Ireland
    Monroe - From the mouth of the River Roe, in Ireland
    Montague - Sharp cliff
    Montana - The name of an American State
    Montano - From Shakespeare's play Othello
    Monte - Sharp cliff
    Montego - Mountainous
    Montgomery - From the hill of the powerful man
    Monti - A stork
    Montmorency - From the hill of Maurentius
    Monty - Sharp cliff
    Mopsa - From Shakespeare's play Winter's Tale
    Mor - moorish
    Moray - From the land by the sea Derived from the region of Moray
    Morcum - From the valley near the sea
    Morgan - The bright sea
    Moriarty - sea warrior
    Morice - Dark-skinned, like a Moor
    Moritz - Dark-skinned, like a Moor
    Morland - From the moors
    Morley - From the clearing on the moor
    Morrell - Dark-skinned, like a Moor
    Morrie - Dark-skinned, like a Moor
    Morris - Dark-skinned, like a Moor
    Morrison - The son of Maurice Dark-skinned, like a Moor
    Morry - Dark-skinned, like a Moor
    Morse - Dark-skinned, like a Moor
    Mort - Stumpy Also from the name Mortimer and Morton
    Morten - Of Mars, the Roman God of war Also see Marius and Mark
    Mortimer - Lives near the sea
    Morton - From the town near the moor
    Morty - Lives near the sea
    Morven - A Scottish region
    Moses - Drawn out of the water
    Moshe - Drawn out of the water
    Mosi - The firstborn
    Moss - born of the biblical patriarch who led the Israelites out of Egypt
    Mostyn - From the field of the fortress
    Mountjoy - From Shakespeare's play Henry V
    Mowan - The sun
    Mthandeni - Love him (Zulu)
    Mthunzi - Shade (Zulu)
    Mubarak - Blessed Fortunate
    Muhammad - The praised one Also see Mahmood
    Muir - The moor
    Mukasa - God?s chief administrator
    Mukhtar - The chosen one
    Mukta - means a pearl in Telugu
    Mulga - An Acacia tree
    Mull - grinder
    Mullion - An eagle Also a Cornish placename
    Mungo - A dear friend
    Munro - From the mouth of the River Roe, in Ireland
    Murdoch - A mariner
    Murdock - victorious at sea
    Murphy - A warrior of the sea
    Murray - From the land by the sea Derived from the region of Moray
    Musa - An Arabic form of Moses
    Mustafa - The chosen one
    Mutius - From Shakespeare's play Titus Andronicus
    Myer - One who gives light
    Myles - Latin: A soldier Tuetonic: Merciful
    Mylo - Latin: A soldier Tuetonic: Merciful
    Mylor - A Cornish placename
    Myron - Fragrant From myrrh, an aromatic shrub
       
 
 
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