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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.


Malik
Malik or Malick is a given name and surname. It is an anglicization of two different name in Arabic; مَالِك, meaning "Owner", and مَلِك, meaning 'King". Malik or Malick is a given name and surname. It is an anglicization of two different name in Arabic; مَالِك, meaning "Owner", and مَلِك, meaning 'King".
Mikail
Mahlangu (Arabic & #160; ميخائيل) is a masculine given name of Hebrew origin. The German form of the name is Michael. The name is in use in the Muslim culture, particularly in Azerbaijan and Turkey.
Moncef
Moncef (Arabic: منصف‎‎) is a masculine Arabic given name. People named Moncef include: Moncef (Arabic: منصف‎‎) is a masculine Arabic given name. People named Moncef include:
Mounir
Munir (also Mounir, Arabic & #160; منير, DMG Munīr) is a male given name, from the Arabic-speaking world, meaning about "the shining". The female form is Munira. A Turkish form of the name is Münir, whose feminine form of Angelita.
Mukhtar
Mukhtar (also spelled Muktar, /ˈmʊktɑːr/) meaning "chosen" in Arabic: المختار‎‎, refers to the head of a village or mahalle (neighbourhood) in many Arab countries as well as in Turkey and Cyprus.[1][2] The name refers to the fact that mukhtars are usually selected by some consensual or participatory method, often involving an election. Mukhtar is also a common name. In Arab countries it is more often a surname (laqab), whilst in non-Arab Muslim countries it is common as a first name (ism). Mukhtar (also spelled Muktar, /ˈmʊktɑːr/) meaning "chosen" in Arabic: المختار‎‎, refers to the head of a village or mahalle (neighbourhood) in many Arab countries as well as in Turkey and Cyprus.[1][2] The name refers to the fact that mukhtars are usually selected by some consensual or participatory method, often involving an election. Mukhtar is also a common name. In Arab countries it is more often a surname (laqab), whilst in non-Arab Muslim countries it is common as a first name (ism).
Mahbubur
Mahbubur is an Arabic name meaning beloved. The name is very common in the Muslim countries of South Asia (e.g. Bangladesh and Pakistan). People with this name include: Mahbubur is an Arabic name meaning beloved. The name is very common in the Muslim countries of South Asia (e.g. Bangladesh and Pakistan). People with this name include:
Manzur
Manzur (Arabic: منظور‎‎ Manẓūr; also spelled Manzoor or Manzour) is a male Arabic name meaning "approved" or "accepted." It is most commonly used in South and Southeast Asia. Manzur is also a Spanish surname. Manzur (Arabic: منظور‎‎ Manẓūr; also spelled Manzoor or Manzour) is a male Arabic name meaning "approved" or "accepted." It is most commonly used in South and Southeast Asia. Manzur is also a Spanish surname.
Melhem
Melhem (Arabic: ملحم ‎‎), also written Milhim, is an Arabic masculine given name. Melhem (Arabic: ملحم ‎‎), also written Milhim, is an Arabic masculine given name.
Mizanur Rahman
Mizanur Rahman (Arabic: ميزان الرحمن ‎‎) is a male Islamic given name, meaning "balance of the Most Merciful". Mizanur Rahman (Arabic: ميزان الرحمن ‎‎) is a male Islamic given name, meaning "balance of the Most Merciful".
Moatassem
Moatassem (also spelled Moatasem, Arabic: معتصم‎‎) is a masculine Arabic given name, it may refer to: Moatassem (also spelled Moatasem, Arabic: معتصم‎‎) is a masculine Arabic given name, it may refer to:
Moeen
Moeen is a surname or given name. It is a Quranic name which means: helper, supporter, or provider of refuge.[1] Moeen is a surname or given name. It is a Quranic name which means: helper, supporter, or provider of refuge.[1]
Mohannad
Mohannad (also transliterated as Mhannad, Mohand, Mohanad, Mohanned, Mohaned, Muhannad, or Muhanned, (Arabic: مهند‎‎) is a masculine Arabic given name, meaning sword made in India. It is unrelated to Mohammad. Its name is derived from India (الهند al-Hind) in Arabic and it was used as a weapon by Arabs in ancient times. Mohannad (also transliterated as Mhannad, Mohand, Mohanad, Mohanned, Mohaned, Muhannad, or Muhanned, (Arabic: مهند‎‎) is a masculine Arabic given name, meaning sword made in India. It is unrelated to Mohammad. Its name is derived from India (الهند al-Hind) in Arabic and it was used as a weapon by Arabs in ancient times.
Mohy al-Din
Mohy al-Din, (Arabic: محي الدین ‎‎) is a male Muslim name composed of the elements Muhyi, meaning reviver and ad-Din, meaning of the faith.[1][2] It may refer to Mohy al-Din, (Arabic: محي الدین ‎‎) is a male Muslim name composed of the elements Muhyi, meaning reviver and ad-Din, meaning of the faith.[1][2] It may refer to
Moinuddin
Moinuddin, (Arabic: معین الدین ‎‎) is a male Muslim name composed of the elements Muin, meaning helper and ad-Din, meaning of the faith.[1][2] It may refer to Moinuddin, (Arabic: معین الدین ‎‎) is a male Muslim name composed of the elements Muin, meaning helper and ad-Din, meaning of the faith.[1][2] It may refer to
Moneim
Mu'iz ad-Din
Mu'iz ad-Din (Arabic: معز الدين ‎‎)is the name of: Mu'iz ad-Din (Arabic: معز الدين ‎‎)is the name of:
Mua'dh
Mua'dh or Maaz is a male Arabic given name. Mua'dh or Maaz is a male Arabic given name.
Mubarak
Mubarak (Arabic: مبارك‎‎, Mubārak) is an Arabic given name. A variant form is Baraka or Barack (Arabic: بارك‎‎, Bārak), analogous to the Hebrew name Barak— ברךּ— meaning "knee" or "kneeling" derived from common Semitic roots for the concept of kneeling in praise/to receive a blessing.[1] Mubarak and Barack are thus the Arabic and Hebrew equivalent in meaning of the Latinate word "Benedict" (from Benedictus (disambiguation) "blessed" or, literally, "well-spoken"). Mubarak (Arabic: مبارك‎‎, Mubārak) is an Arabic given name. A variant form is Baraka or Barack (Arabic: بارك‎‎, Bārak), analogous to the Hebrew name Barak— ברךּ— meaning "knee" or "kneeling" derived from common Semitic roots for the concept of kneeling in praise/to receive a blessing.[1] Mubarak and Barack are thus the Arabic and Hebrew equivalent in meaning of the Latinate word "Benedict" (from Benedictus (disambiguation) "blessed" or, literally, "well-spoken").
Muhibullah
Muhibullah, also spelled Mohibullah and in other ways, is a male Muslim given name meaning friend of God. It may refer to Muhibullah, also spelled Mohibullah and in other ways, is a male Muslim given name meaning friend of God. It may refer to
Munif
Munif is an Arabic and french male given name, which means "exalted". Munif may refer to: Munif is an Arabic and french male given name, which means "exalted". Munif may refer to:
Maschallah
Mustafa (actually schā Mā'a Baghdad, Arabic ما شاء الله, DMG mā šāʾa llāh) is an Arabic phrase common in the Arab world from the Koran and is called "how / what God wants" (also "as God pleases").
Moïse
Moses is a proper noun, or less often a common name that may refer to: Summary 1 1.1 forms of given name and surname in other languages 2 Saints and prophets 3 personalities bear this surname 4 personalities with this name 5 nicknames 6 names 7 movies and music 8 other 9 references 10 also show first name and last name [change | modify the code] Moses is a male given name derived from the Hebrew Moshe (מֹשֶׁה) forms in other languages [change | modify the code] German: Moses or English Moses: Arab of Moses: موسى Spanish (Moussa): Moisés Italian: Hebrew Moses: מֹשֶׁה (Moshe or Moshe) Latin: Dutch Moyses: Polish Mozes: Portuguese Mojżesz: Moisés Saints and prophets [modify |] Change code] Moses was a prophet of the old testament also called Moussa in the Koran; celebrated on September 4. Moses of Alexandria (died 250) or M
Moustapha
Moustapha is a masculine given name of Arabic origin, James / Muṣṭafaā pronounced Moustafa and sometimes written Mustafa, Mustapha, Mostapha, or Mendoza. It means chosen, chosen, predestinated, prefers. Part of the 201 names of Muhammad is attributed to.
Mahir
Mahir (also spelled Maher, Arabic: ماهر‎‎) is an Arabic given name meaning "skilled" or "expert", may refer to the following:
Mahmud
Mahmud is the primary transliteration of the Arabic given name, Arabic: محمود‎‎, Maḥmūd, that comes from the Arabic triconsonantal root of Ḥ-M-D "Praise".
Mahmut
Mahmut is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin meaning "The praised one". The Arabic form of the name is Mahmud.
Mazen
Māzin or Mazen (Arabic & #160; مازن) is a male Arabic name.
Meliha
Melih is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin meaning "beautiful, graceful, gracious". The female form of the name - with same meaning: is Mulenga.
Memduh
Memduh is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin meaning "the praised one, promised, vaunted".
Mesut
Mesut is a German given name for males, derived from the Arabic name Masoud. People named Mesut include:
Metin
Maharaj is a Turkish given name of Arabic origin, is also a family name. Translated, it means "The steadfast".
Mohsen
Mohsen (Arabic & #160, محسن, DMG Muḥsin; Persian & #160, محسن) is an Arabic and Persian masculine given name meaning "a charitable man". Another form of the name, which appears also in Turkish, is Muhsin.
Muhittin
Muhittin is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin meaning "the one who makes stronger the religion".
Mukadder
A Turkish male and (mostly) female name of Arabic origin meaning "valued", Ms.mukadder.
Muslum
Kim is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin meaning "Muslim". In Azerbaijan, the form of Natasha occurs apart from the shape of Kim.
Muzaffer
Justin is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin meaning the ever victorious or the eternal champion.
Madschid
Majid (Arabic مجد madschada, dmg maǧada ' glorious, be highly praised ') is the German spelling of two Arabic name or parts of the name. Like in the similar Hakim they differ, that one with a long a and short i (ماجد, DMG Māǧid) written, Madschīd (مجيد, DMG Maǧīd) Vice versa. The important differences are fine but when Majid.
Magd
Maid (Arabic مجد, DMG Maǧd) is a male Arabic name. It means both "Glory", and "Praise", "Diligence", "Zeal" or "Seriousness".
Malick
Malick is a common especially in West Africa male given name of Arabic origin (Arabic ملك) with the meanings of "gifted" or "King", which occurs occasionally as a family name.
Māzin
A male Arabic name is Māzin or Mazen (Arabic مازن).





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