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First Name Directory - Starting with M




This site is dedicated to maintaining a database of first names from all over the world. We are still working to add all meanings to the names and sort them by gender, ethic and other behavior.

Most names come from the European and Arab area, especially italian, spanish, french and german firstnames.


Maggi
Maggi (in Germany and Austria [ˈmagi] in the Switzerland and Italy [ˈmadʒi]) is a Swiss company named after its founder Julius Maggi food industry, especially for instant soups, bouillon cube, liquid and spices, sauces and ready meals.
Maika
Maike (also: Meike) is the low German Frisian diminutive of Maria.
Maike
Maike (also: Meike) is the low German Frisian diminutive of Maria.
Malwine
Arif is a feminine given name. He has become on the basis of the Ossian devotion to Goethe, Klopstock's and Herder's in Germany, today, it is however rarely elected.
Marei
Amaris is a feminine given name.
Mareike
Mareike is a feminine given name.
Mareile
Anders is a feminine given name. It is a diminutive to Marie, who is mainly in use in the North German and Frisian/Dutch language area.
Margarete
Margarete is a feminine given name related to Margaret.
Margaretha
Marguerite or Margaret is a feminine given name. Margaret "margarites" (μαργαρίτης) is derived from ancient Greek and means "Pearl". The name in the German-speaking world came via the Latin "margarita". In addition to the Greek, the word in a number of other languages also has the meaning of 'Pearl': Persian ("Parthi" = "Pearl"; more accurately: "Child of light", as in Persian mythology is created through the conversion of a Tautropfens the Pearl by the light of the Moon); Georgian ("The Pearl" = "Margali") and Sanskrit, mañjarī ("The Pearl", actually: "Flower wreath").
Margarethe
Marguerite or Margaret is a feminine given name. Margaret "margarites" (μαργαρίτης) is derived from ancient Greek and means "Pearl". The name in the German-speaking world came via the Latin "margarita". In addition to the Greek, the word in a number of other languages also has the meaning of 'Pearl': Persian ("Parthi" = "Pearl"; more accurately: "Child of light", as in Persian mythology is created through the conversion of a Tautropfens the Pearl by the light of the Moon); Georgian ("The Pearl" = "Margali") and Sanskrit, mañjarī ("The Pearl", actually: "Flower wreath").
Margit
Marguerite or Margaret is a feminine given name. Margaret "margarites" (μαργαρίτης) is derived from ancient Greek and means "Pearl". The name in the German-speaking world came via the Latin "margarita". In addition to the Greek, the word in a number of other languages also has the meaning of 'Pearl': Persian ("Parthi" = "Pearl"; more accurately: "Child of light", as in Persian mythology is created through the conversion of a Tautropfens the Pearl by the light of the Moon); Georgian ("The Pearl" = "Margali") and Sanskrit, mañjarī ("The Pearl", actually: "Flower wreath").
Margot
Margot (/ˈmɑːrɡoʊ/; French: [maʁɡo]) is a French given name for a female, a short form of Marguerite. Persons named Margot include the following:
Margrete
Marguerite or Margaret is a feminine given name. Margaret "margarites" (μαργαρίτης) is derived from ancient Greek and means "Pearl". The name in the German-speaking world came via the Latin "margarita". In addition to the Greek, the word in a number of other languages also has the meaning of 'Pearl': Persian ("Parthi" = "Pearl"; more accurately: "Child of light", as in Persian mythology is created through the conversion of a Tautropfens the Pearl by the light of the Moon); Georgian ("The Pearl" = "Margali") and Sanskrit, mañjarī ("The Pearl", actually: "Flower wreath").
Margrit
Marguerite or Margaret is a feminine given name. Margaret "margarites" (μαργαρίτης) is derived from ancient Greek and means "Pearl". The name in the German-speaking world came via the Latin "margarita". In addition to the Greek, the word in a number of other languages also has the meaning of 'Pearl': Persian ("Parthi" = "Pearl"; more accurately: "Child of light", as in Persian mythology is created through the conversion of a Tautropfens the Pearl by the light of the Moon); Georgian ("The Pearl" = "Margali") and Sanskrit, mañjarī ("The Pearl", actually: "Flower wreath").
Marlene
Marlene is a German feminine given name. Pronounced Mahr-leen or Mar-lay-nuh. It is derived from Maria combined with Magdalene.
Matilde
Mathilde is a feminine given name. The name is the middle ages due to the reverence for Mathilde Saint (c. 895–968), wife of King Heinrich I of East Francia, spread. Through the Knight seal of the 18th and 19th century, the name was revived again. He had his best finish between 1890 and 2007 1900 with number 37 of the most common female given name in Germany. The name variants of Mathilda and Matilda were between 1999 and 2010 always popular. Previously, they were completely unknown in Germany. 2010 they were in room 52 of the most common names for newborn girls in Germany.
Meike
Maike (also: Meike) is the low German Frisian diminutive of Maria.
Michaela
Michaela (Hebrew מיכאלה) is a feminine given name. It is a feminine form of the Hebrew name Michael (מִיכָאֵל), which means "Who is like God?"
Mona
Mona is a female, and sometimes male, given name and a surname of multiple origins.
Mieze
Chick (also migraine or Majeed, Mies) in the meaning of "Cat" is in German since the 18th century. As the origin, a term of Endearment is assumed the reputation with the cat lures her young from lautmalendem "mi". "Chick" as the label a cat must be today not meant seriously. At the end of the 19th century used "Puss" but still in Brehms Tierleben. There are also the derived compositions Kitty and kitty cat
Macha
Macha is the French transcription of the Маша, diminutive Russian Мария. In English, the diminutive Masha in German is Masha, Italian Mascia of Slovenian Palcmanská transcribed. Diminutive in Russian, he focuses as a first name in France and Germany. It is celebrated on August 15.





In the data base are, apart from modern and traditional first names also American, Arab, Germans, English, French, Greek, Hebrew, Italian, Latin, Dutch, Northern, Russian, Scandinavian, Slavian, Spanish, and Swedish first names.


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