Malcolm Malcolm, Malcom, Máel Coluim, or Maol Choluim is a Scottish Gaelic given name meaning "devotee of Saint Columba".
Marlon Marlon is a masculine given name. Marlon is a common originally in the English-speaking male given name of unknown meaning.
Martin Martin may either be a surname or given name.
Marvin Marvin is a male, especially in the Anglo-Saxon name. In the Anglo-Saxon linguistic area is "Marvin (also, Roya) from the Welsh name 'Merfyn' derives, several English family names have emerged from the". The name Marvin is meanwhile again spread via the Anglo-Saxon language in Germany. The original meaning of the name Macallister in the German-speaking countries derives from the old high German 'mari' (famous/large) and wini (friend) here: the famous/great friend.
Mick Mick is a male given name and family name. The name is a form of Michael, and in the English-speaking world.
Morris Morris is a given name in English and other languages. Notable persons with that name include:
Mervyn Mervyn is a male given name derived from the Welsh name Merfyn and surname in the English-speaking world.
Marshall Marshall is an English first and family name.
Matthew Matthew (/ˈmæθjuː/; MATH-ew) is a given name that ultimately comes from the Hebrew name Matityahu. Saint Matthew was one of the twelve apostles of Jesus in Christian theology.
McNamara McNamara is an originally patronymic surname.
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