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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.


Maarten
Maarten is a Dutch form of the male given name Martin.
Maël
Mabon
Maciej
Maciej is a Polish given name, the Polish form of the name Matthias. For more information on the etymology of the name, see here.
Macuto
"Macuto" is a masculine Italian given name. It derives from the Greek through the Latin "Machutus", meaning "spotted". It is the Italian version of the name of saint Malo. There is a Palazzo San Macuto and Church of San Macuto in Rome.
Maddox
Mads
Mads is a male given name, a Scandinavian form of Matthew and may refer to:
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".
Magnar
Magnar is a somewhat common forename for men in Norway. The name is known in Norway from the late 19th century. The name may be derived from the Norse word magn meaning "Strength" or possibly from the Latin name Magnus. Many sources also claims that this is a Polish name due to its Nordic origins. Magnar was also a mythical half-dragon man, with violent good tendencies. He was also known to carry a magic shovel he stole from a Lich.
Magnús
Magne
Magne is a Norwegian masculine given name of Norse origin, meaning "fierce warrior". People with the name include:
Magnus
Mahboob
Mahboob (also spelled Mahbub, or Mehboob, from Arabic: مَحبُوب passed to other languages such as Urdu: محبوب‎ is a masculine given name, it may refer to:
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:
Mahendra
Mahendra (Devanagari: महेंद्र) is a Sanskrit compound word deriving from Maha (Highest Position) and Indra Deva (the King of Gods) from Hindu mythology. For a similar derivative, see Mahindra.
Maher
Maher is a masculine given name.
Mahir
Mahir (also spelled Maher, Arabic: ماهر‎‎) is an Arabic given name meaning "skilled" or "expert", may refer to the following:
Mahiro
Mahiro (written: 真宏, 真宙, 真尋 or 真広) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Mahmoud
Mahmoud is a masculine given name.
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.
Maicon
Maicon is a Brazilian given name. The name Maicon is a variant of Michael originally referring to, and made popular in reference to, American singer Michael Jackson in the 1980s.
Maigonis
Maigonis is a Latvian masculine given name. Its name day is September 6.
Maik
Mait
Majid
Majid is the transliteration of two male given names; (Arabic: ماجد‎‎, Mājid, alternatively spelled Majed or Maajid) and (Arabic: مجيد‎‎, Majīd, alternatively spelled Majeed or Madjid). The latter name has a diacritic, in the strict transliteration, on the "I", which emphasises the long "I" sound in that name's pronunciation.
Makio
Malcolm
Malcolm, Malcom, Máel Coluim, or Maol Choluim is a Scottish Gaelic given name meaning "devotee of Saint Columba".
Malhi
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.
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".
Malo
Malte
Malte is a male given name that is mainly used in Denmark, Sweden and Germany, which is from Old Danish Malti. It originated from Helmhold / Helmwald ("helmet-govern") or from former Low German and Old Danish short form of Old German names beginning with Mahal- "assembly". It described the advisor of the Thing (assembly).
Malvin
Malvin (also Malwin) is an old high German name. It derives from the words Mahal for court square and Winni for friend off, meaning the combined fair friend. A different derivation is the old German time for market as origin, and as meaning Advisor (in court) or good friend. Malvin as family name and first name is used in the French and English-speaking countries. The name derives from Malle for bad and Ville for settlement off. The female form of the name is Arif.
Mamadou
Mamadou is a West African male given name, derived from the Arabic Muḥammad. A further Africanized and common particularly in Gambia form of the name is Momodou.
Mamdouh
Mamdouh (also spelled Mamduh or Memduh, Arabic: ممدوح‎‎) is a masculine given name, it may refer to:
Mamercus
Mamoru
Mamoru (まもる, マモル) is a Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Man-seok
Man-seok (pronounced [mɐn.sʌk̚]) is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 19 hanja with the reading "man" and 20 hanja with the reading "seok" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Man-sik
Man-sik, also spelled Man-shik, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 19 hanja with the reading "man" and 16 hanja with the reading "sik" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Man-soo
Man-soo (pronounced [mɐn.su]), also spelled Man-su, is a Korean masculine given name.. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 19 hanja with the reading "man" and 67 hanja with the reading "soo" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Manabu
Manabu (まなぶ, マナブ?) is a masculine Japanese given name.
Manech
Manech is a masculine given name.
Manfred
Manfredas
Manfreda's is a Lithuanian given name, derived from Manfred.
Manfredo
Manish
Manish is a masculine given name.
Manius


Manjirō
Manjirō is a Japanese (male) given name (compare Jirō), spelt 満次郎 or 万次郎, and may refer to:
Manmohan
Manmohan means 'Winner of the heart'. It is another name of Krishna, the Hindu deity, one of the "avatars" (or "incarnation") of Lord Vishnu. Manmohan may also refer to:
Manolis
Manolis (Greek: Μανώλης, Μανόλης) is a Greek masculine given name that is usually a contraction of Emmanouil.
Manolito
Manolo
Manolo, a form of Manuel (name), is a male given name which may refer to:
Mansur
Mansur (Arabic: منصور‎‎, Manṣūr; also spelled Munsor, Mansoor, Manser, Mansour, Monsour, Mansyur or Mensur) is a male Arabic name that means "the one who is victorious", from the Arabic root naṣr (نصر), meaning "victory."
Mansuy
A former French name Mansuy is popularized by Saint Mansuy of Toul, which was extended in the 18th century. He was also the family name, common in the East of the French and in particular in the area of the Vosges mountains.
Mantarō
Mantarō, Mantaro or Mantarou (written: 萬太郎 or 万太郎) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Mantas
Mantas is a Lithuanian given name. People with the name include:
Mantas
Manta rays is a Lithuanian given name. The feminine form is Mantė.
Mantvydas
Mantvydas is a Lithuanian given name (derived from mantas + Vydas). The feminine form is Mantvydė.
Manu
Manuel
Manuel is a variation of Immanuel, a Hebrew given name, from the Spanish and Portuguese. It was used by the Byzantine Greeks as Μανουήλ, although now in Modern Greek is more used Emmanuel (Εμμανουήλ). Manny is an English derivative.
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.
Maqsud
Maqsud (also spelled Maqsood) (مقصود) is a given name. Notable people with the name include:
Marat
Marat is a masculine given name.
Marat
Marat (Russian Марат) is an almost exclusively on the territory of the former USSR-common male given name
Marģers
Marģers is a Latvian masculine given name and may refer to:
Marc
Marcel
Marcel (French: [maʁsɛl], Catalan: [mərˈsɛɫ, maɾˈsɛɫ], Occitan: [marˈsɛl]) is a male given name, the French, Occitan and Catalan form of Marcellus and may refer to:
Marcelijus
Marcelijus is a Lithuanian male given name (derived from Martin).
Marcelino
Marcelino is a surname that originated in Italy (variation, Marcellino). There are also several families with the Marcelino surname in Spain, Portugal, and the Americas (North, Central, and South).
Marcell
Marcel and Marcell is a male given name and family name. Marcel(l) is a variant of Marcellus; see origin and meaning. Marcel, the French version of the name, is given less and less in France itself since the 1920s. In Germany, however, he was finding in the 20th century until far in the 1990s among the 10 most popular names.
Marcellin
Marcello
Marcello is a common masculine, Italian, given name. It's a variant of Marcellus. The Spanish and Portuguese version of the name is Marcelo, differing in having only one "l", while the Greek one is Markellos.
Marcellus
Marcelo
Marcin
Marcin is a Polish form of the male given name Martin.
Marco
Marco is an Italian masculine given name of Latin origin, derived from Marcus. The name is common in Italy, Austria, Portugal, the Netherlands and Switzerland. It derives from the ancient Latin god Mars.
Marco Aurelio
Marco Paulo
Marco Paulo is a Portuguese given name, may refer to
Marcos
Marcos is a Portuguese and Spanish masculine given name of Latin origin derived from the name Marcus. Markos is the Greek equivalent.
Marcos Paulo
Marcos Paulo is a Portuguese given name, may refer to:
Marcus
Marcus is a masculine given name of Ancient Roman pre-Christian origin derived either from Etruscan Marce of unknown meaning (possibly from the Etruscan "mar" which means "to harvest"), or referring to the god Mars. Because Mars was identified as the Roman god of War, the name 'Marcus' can by extension be taken to refer to Ares in the Greek pantheon.
Marek
Mareks
Mareks is a Latvian masculine given name and may refer to:
Mareo
Mareo (written: 希生 or 真礼生) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Marguerite
Marian
Marian is a male in the German name used in English too and today mainly female, also a family name.
Mariano
Mariano is a masculine name from the Romance languages, corresponding to the feminine Mariana.
Marianus
Marián
Marián is a Slovak male first name of originally Latin origin; Marian see for origin and meaning of the name.
Marie
Marijan
Marijan is a male Croatian and Slovenian first name. In Slovenia, the same name can also be spelled Marjan: this spelling is much more common.
Marijonas
Marijonas is a Lithuanian given name, derived from Marija. The female form is Marijona.
Marijus
A Lithuanian male name Marijus is (derived from Marius).
Marike
Marinko
Marinko (Cyrillic script: Маринко) is a masculine given name and a surname. It may refer to:
Marinus
Mario
Mario is the Italian, Croatian, German, Spanish, Bulgarian, Greek and English form of the Roman name Marius. The Portuguese version of the name is Mário, while the Greek version is spelt Marios, and the Polish Mariusz, in transcriptions to English script. The Roman Catholic "St. Marius", is San Mario in Italian, and St. Mario in English. Many notable people and characters are named Mario:


Marius
Mark
Markas
Markas is a Lithuanian given name, derived from Markus.
Markku
Markku is a Finnish variant of the first name mark.
Marko
Marko is a masculine given name, a variation of Mark. People bearing the name include:
Markus
Marlon
Marlon is a masculine given name. Marlon is a common originally in the English-speaking male given name of unknown meaning.
Marnix
Marnix is a male first name; In addition, van Marnix occurs as a surname. The first name of Marnix is Flemish and Dutch origin. He is actually a surname (van Marnix), which was then used as a first name. Last name in turn derives from the village of Marnix in the Nattages commune in the Ain Department.
Marno
Maron
Maron is a masculine given name.
Marshall
Marshall is an English first and family name.
Mart
Mart is a masculine given name in Dutch, Estonian and less often in English.
Marteinn
Martin
Martin may either be a surname or given name.
Martino
Martino is an Italian male given name and family name. Martino is the Italian form of the Roman name of Martinus, which in turn derived from the Roman god Mars. The shape of Martin is common in German-speaking countries.
Martti
Martynas
Martynas is a Lithuanian masculine 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.
Marwan
Marwan (also spelled Maruan, Marouane, Merouane, Mervan, or Merwan, Arabic: مروان‎‎) is an Arabic male name.
Marwin
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.
Marx
Marzel
Masaaki
Masaaki (written: 政明, 雅明, 正明, 昌明, 方明, 真明, 将明, 良昭, 正昭, 政昭, 順昭, 雅昭, 正朗, 正晃, 成晃, 将晃, 正章, 雅章, 誠章, 正秋 or 真秋) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Masabumi
Masabumi (written: 雅章 or 正文) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Masachika
Masachika (written: 正親, 昌親, 昌央 or 政近) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Masafumi
Masafumi is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Masaharu
Masaharu (written: 雅治, 雅晴, 雅春, 正治, 正春, 匡治, 政治, 政晴, 誠春 or 昌晴) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Masahide
Masahide (written: 正秀, 正英, 昌秀, 政秀, 政英 or 雅英) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Masahiko
Masahiko is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Masahiro
Masahiro is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Masahisa
Masahisa (written: 昌久, 正久 or 政尚) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Masahito
Masahito is a male Japanese name, that has been used for members of The Japanese Imperial Family. Although written romanized the same way, the kanji can be different.
Masaichi
Masaichi (written: 雅一, 正一, 政一 or 政市) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Masaie
Masaie (written: 正家 or 政家) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Masaji
Masaji (written: 政司, 政治, 政次, 正次 or 正二) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Masakage
Masakage (written: 政景, 正景 or 昌景) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Masakatsu
Masakatsu (written: 正勝, 正克, 傑將, 優治, 征勝, 将勝, 昌克, 昌勝, 必勝 or 政勝) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Masakazu
Masakazu is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Masaki
Masakuni
Masakuni (written: 正邦, 昌邦 or 真邦) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Masamichi
Masamichi (written 正道, 政通, 昌道 or 将道) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Masamitsu
Masamitsu (written: 正光, 正満, 成光, 政光, 将光 or 雅光) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Masamori
Masamori (written: 正盛, 正納, 政盛, 昌盛 or 昌守) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Masamura
Masanao
Masanao (written: 政直, 正直, 昌直 or 雅尚) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Masanobu
Masanobu (written: 雅信, 雅伸, 政信, 政伸, 正信, 正謖, 昌信 or 昌伸) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Masanori
Masanori is a masculine Japanese given name.
Masao
Masao (written: 正雄, 正夫, 正生, 正男, 正郎, 雅雄, 雅央, 雅夫, 雅勇, 雅男, 昌雄, 昌夫, 昌男, 昌朗, 昌郎, 昌大, 政雄, 政夫, 政男, 政於, 征夫, 優夫, 聖雄, 利生, 将雄, 将夫 or 眞男) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Masaomi
Masaomi (written: 正臣 or 将臣) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Masaru
Masaru (まさる, マサル?) is a masculine Japanese given name.


Masashi
Masashi is a Japanese given name, usually used for male.
Masashige
Masashige (written: 正成, 正重, 政重 or 政繁) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Masataka
Masataka (written: 昌孝, 雅孝, 雅隆, 正隆, 正孝, 正崇, 正太, 政孝, 仁崇, 將貴 or 真孝) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Masatake
Masatake (written: 正毅 or 正武) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Masatane
Masatane (written: 昌胤 or 正種) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Masateru
Masateru (written: 將晃, 政輝 or 正照) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Masato
Masato (Japanese: 正人, 雅人, 理人, 眞人, 聖仁, 聖人, 真人, 正外) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Masatomo
Masatomo (written: 政友 or 政朋) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Masatoshi
Masatoshi (written: 正俊, 正敏, 正利, 昌俊, 昌利, 雅俊, 雅敏, 雅功, 雅年, 真敏 or 允俊) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Masatsugu
Masatsugu (written: 正次, 正継, 昌次, 雅継, 将嗣, 政嗣, 将次 and 政次) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Masaya
Masaya is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Masayoshi
Masayoshi is a masculine Japanese given name. People with the name Masayoshi include:
Masayuki
Masayuki (written: 正之, 正行, 正幸, 昌之, 昌行, 昌幸, 昌由, 政之, 政行, 雅之, 雅行, 真幸, 眞幸, 征之, 誠之 or 将之) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Masazumi
Masazumi (written: 正純) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
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").
Mason
Masoud
Masoud (also spelled Massood, Massoud, Masood, Mas'ud, Masud, Messaoud, Mesud or Mesut, Arabic: مسعود‎‎, Mas‘ūd, Persian: مسعود‎‎) is an Arabic given name and surname in Arab countries, meaning "fortunate", "prosperous", or "happy".
Massimiliano
Massimiliano is a masculine Italian given name. Notable people with the name include:
Massimo
Massimo is both an Italian surname and a masculine Italian given name. Notable people with the name include:
Masud
Masud, also MAS'ūd, Atchala or Massod (Arabic مسعود, DMG Masʿūd), is a male Muslim name meaning "happy, happy, happy" and "blessed". Maharaj is the Turkish form of the name.
Masuo
Masuo (written: 益男, 斗雄 or 満寿夫) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Masuzō
Masuzō, Masuzo or Masuzou (written: 益三) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Matabei
Matabei (written: 吉次 or 又兵衛) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Matas
The Lithuanian male first name is derived from the Hebrew male given name Mattityahu, Matas.
Mataušas
Mataušas is a Lithuanian given name. The short shape is Matas. The feminine form is Mataušė.
Matías
Matías is the Spanish version of Matthias (name). In Scandinavian languages (Norwegian, Swedish, Danish and Finnish) and in Portuguese it is unaccented as Matias.
Mate
Matej
Matej (Bulgarian Cyrillic: Матей) is a given name that originates from Hebrew Mattithyahu, used in countries of Central and Eastern Europe. It is one of the most common male names in Slovakia, Poland and Slovenia. It is also common in Croatia, Ukraine, Bulgaria and less common in the Czech Republic. The Czechs use Matěj, with a soft t. In Ukraine it's Matvij, in Russia Matviey, and in Poland it's Maciej. (The Poles also use its diminutive version: Maciek, pronounced ['mat͡ɕɛk].)
Mateo
Mateo is the Spanish form of Matthew. This form is also sometimes used in Croatian, from the Italian form Matteo.
Mateusz
Mateusz is the Polish form of the male given name Matthew. The diminutive is called in the Polish Mateuszek.
Mathias
Mathias is a masculine given name.
Mathieu
Matias
Matias is the Scandinavian version of Matthew (name). In Spanish it is written accented as Matías. In Germany it is most often written as Matthias. It appears in this form in Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Finland. Alternate spellings are: Mathias, Mattis, Mats and Matti. Matias was the same day by the Finnish-Swedish name day calendar until 1989, when it was replaced by Mattias forms and Mats. In Finland, by the end of 2009 the name has been given to about 73,160 people. In the form of Mattias to 3,683 people, in the form of Matthias to little over than 440, and in the form of Mathias a little less than 3,000.
Matija
Matthias (Greek & #160; Ματθίας Matthias, Hebrew name מתיתיהו Matityahu, Mattithiah, Latin Matthias) is a masculine given name. Matthias is a short form of the name of Mattatias, the Greek form of the name of the Hebrew name Mattitjahu (מתתיהו).
Matitjahu
Matjaž
Matjaž is a Slovenian form of the male given name Matthias.
Mato
Mats
Mats is a given name, a Scandinavian form of Matthew (given name), and may refer to:
Matsuchi
Matsuchi (written: 待乳 or 真土) may refer to:
Matsuki
Matsuki (written: 松木 or 松来) is a Japanese surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Matsuo
Matsuo (written: 松尾) is both a Japanese surname and a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Matsushige
Matsushige can refer to:
Matt
Mattan
Matteo
Matteo is the Italian form of the given name Matthew. Another form is Mattia. The Hebrew meaning of Matteo is 'gift of God.' Matteo can also be used as a patronymic surname, often in the forms of de Matteo, De Matteo or DeMatteo, meaning "[descendant] of Matteo".
Matthäus
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.
Matthias
Matthias is a name derived from the Greek Ματθιας, in origin similar to Matthew. See also: All pages beginning with "Matthias"
Matthieu
Matthieu is a given name or surname. It comes from French Matthieu, which is from Latin Matthaeus, derived from Greek Ματθαῖος (Matthaios) from Hebrew מתתיהו (Matatyahu), מתיתיהו (Matityahu), meaning "gift of the Lord; gift of Yahweh". The name may refer to:
Matthis
Matthias (Greek & #160; Ματθίας Matthias, Hebrew name מתיתיהו Matityahu, Mattithiah, Latin Matthias) is a masculine given name. Matthias is a short form of the name of Mattatias, the Greek form of the name of the Hebrew name Mattitjahu (מתתיהו).


Matti
Matti is a given name, a Finnish version of the name Matthew (name). Matti (מתי or מטי) is also a nickname for the Hebrew boy's name Mattisyahu, or for the Yiddish girl's name Mattel. It may refer to:
Mattia
Mattia is an Italian male given name.
Mattias
Mattias is a masculine given name found most prominently in Northern Europe. It is a cognate of Matthew and Matthias, and may refer to:
Matts
Matulaitis
Matulaitis is the Lithuanian male first name.
Matwei
Matvei (Russian Матвей) is a Russian masculine given name, Russian form of the Greek name of Matthaios (Greek Ματθαῖος).
Maurício
Maurício is the Portuguese variant of Mauricio (given name). The diminutive is Maurinho.
Mauri
Mauri is a masculine given name.
Mauri
Maurice
Maurice is a traditionally masculine given name. It originates as a French name derived from the Latin Mauritius or Mauricius and was subsequently used in other languages. Its popularity is due to Mauritius, a saint of the Theban Legion (died 287). Mauritius is otherwise attested as a given name of the Roman Empire period, in origin meaning "one from Mauritania", i.e. "the Moor".
Maurice
Mauricio
Mauricio is a Spanish masculine given name, equivalent to English Maurice, is derived from the Roman Mauritius. It is of Latin origin, and its meaning is "dark-skinned, Moorish". Mauricio is a name that could be rewrote such as Maurizio,maurice. The following are the equivalents in other languages:
Maurikijus
Maurikijus is a Lithuanian male given name (derived from Maurice).
Maurilio
Maurilio or Maurelio (Italian), Maurille (French) and Maurílio (Portuguese) are variations of the Latin name Maurilius.
Maurits
Maurits is a male given name, the Dutch variant of Moritz.
Mauritz
Mauritz is a variant spelling of Maurits. Notable people with the name include:
Maurizio
Maurizio is an Italian masculine given name, derived from the Roman name Mauritius. Mauritius is a derivative of Maurus, meaning dark-skinned, Moorish.
Mauro
Mauro is a male given name, which is also a family name. Mauro is the Italian and Portuguese form of the Roman name of Maurus meaning "dark-skinned".
Maurus
Maxence
Maxence is a French masculine given name.
Maxim
Maxim (Cyrillic: Максим), sometimes romanized as Maksim, Maksym or Maksum, is a male first name of Roman origin which is relatively common in Slavic-speaking countries, mainly in Bulgaria, Macedonia, Belarus, Russia, and Ukraine. According to the register of the General Directorate of Moscow, "Maxim" was the second most popular male name for children born in Moscow. From March 16, 2005 to August 16, 2005, 1,087 boys were named Maxim, behind Alexander at 1,390. The name is derived from the Latin family name Maximus, meaning "the greatest". Maxim is also a less well-known surname.
Maxime
Maxime is a French given name that may refer to:
Maxime
Maximilian
Maximiliano
Maximiliano is a masculine Spanish given name. Notable people with the name include:
Maximilien
Maximus
Maximus (Latin: the largest) was the nickname of numerous Roman politicians and other personalities of the ancient world. Some Roman bearer of this name were known simply as Maximus. The Greek form of the name was Maximus, the Hungarian Miksa.
Maxwell
Mayank
Mayank (Hindi: मयंक, pronounced Mayank) is a popular, masculine given name in India among speakers of Hindi and its dialects. It is derived from Sanskrit in which it means shining "moon".
Maytham
Semitic languages
Mazen
Māzin or Mazen (Arabic & #160; مازن) is a male Arabic name.
Mazlum
Mazlum (maẓlūm) is an Arabic term for "oppressed, ill-treated, injured, sinned-against" (the antonym being ẓālim "oppressor"; root ẓlm "to oppress").
Māris
Mārtiņš
Mārtiņš is a Latvian masculine given name. It is a cognate of the name Martin.
Māzin
A male Arabic name is Māzin or Mazen (Arabic مازن).
Márcio
Márcio is a Brazilian or Portuguese male personal name
Márk
Márk is the Hungarian form of Mark (given name), though outside Mark the Evangelist the name is quite rare as a given name in Hungarian.
Márkus
Markus is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Márton
Márton is a Hungarian male given name of Latin origin. The German form of the name is Martin. Another origin and meaning of the name see here.
Máté
As a Hungarian form of the name Matthias, Máté is a male given name, which is also a family name. He is the German form of Matthew
Mátyás
Mátyás is a Hungarian masculine first name and family name, the German form is Matthias.
Märt
Mårten
Mårten is a Swedish form of the male given name Martin.
Médéric
Mërgim
Mahajan, outside the Albanian language also Mahajan, is an Albanian male given name meaning "Emigration".
Mícheál
Michael, also Micheál, is the Irish variant of the masculine given name Michael.
Mózes
Mozes is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Müfit
Müfit is a Turkish given name for males. People named Müfit include:
Müjdat
Müjdat is a Turkish given name for males. People named Müjdat include:
Mbuyi
Mbuyi is a masculine given name.


McNamara
McNamara is an originally patronymic surname.
Mečislovas
Mečislovas is a Lithuanian male given name (derived from Myechyslau).
Mečys
A Lithuanian given name, shortening of Mečislovas Mečys is (derived from Myechyslau).
Medard
Medard is a German male given name, which is a form of the name Medardus, derived from Mahtahard, meaning "brave" or "hardy". The French variant is Medárd and the Italian variant is Medardo. The name may refer to:
Medard
Medardas
Medardas is a Lithuanian given name, derived from Medard.
Megyer
Megyer is an old Hungarian male given name, derived from Mogyer, the name of the leading Hungarian tribe and has of Finno-Ugric or Turkic origin. Endonym Magyar (for Hungarians) also derived from the tribal name Megyer. It is also the name of several settlements in and around Hungary with various prefixes.
Mehdi
Mehdi or Mahdi is an Arabic masucline given name, meaning "guided one".
Mehmed
Mehmed (modern Turkish: Mehmet) is the most common Turkish form of the Arabic name Muhammad (Arabic: محمد‎‎) (Muhammed and Muhammet are also used, though considerably less) and gains its significance from being the name of Muhammad, the prophet of Islam. Originally the intermediary vowels in the Arabic Muhammed were completed with an e, which spelled Mehemed, and the name lost a vowel over time. Final devoicing of d to t is a regular process in Turkish. The prophet himself is referred to in Turkish using the full version, Muhammed.
Mehmet
Mehmet is a male given name, especially in Turkish, Albanian and Bosnian language is common and is a Turkish version of the Arabic name Muhammad.
Mehmet Akif
Mehmet Akif is a Turkish given name for males that may refer to:
Mehmet Ali
Mehmet Ali, Memet Ali or Mehmed Ali (/ɑːˈliː/ ) is a Turkish given name for males. People with the name include:
Mehmet Emin
Mehmet Emin or Mehmed Emin is a Turkish given name for males, made up of the two names Mehmed and Emin. People with the name include:
Mehrdad
Mehrdad is an Iranian name. The first name is often given in all Iranian ethnic groups.
Mehrzad
Meik
Meinert
Meinert is a masculine given name.
Meinhard
Meinhart
Meinolf
Deb is a German masculine given name. Other forms of the name are Meinulf and Meinolph.
Meinrad
Melaine
Melaine is a masculine given name.
Melchior
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.
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.
Melquíades
Melquíades is a Spanish given name. It is the Spanish form of the Greek name Melchiades, as in Pope Miltiades.
Melvin
Melvin is a masculine given name and a surname.
Memduh
Memduh is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin meaning "the praised one, promised, vaunted".
Memiş
Memiş is a Turkish name. Notable people with the name include:
Memis
Maguire is a Turkish male first name and family name.
Mendel
Mendel
Menderes
Menderes is the Turkish variant of the proper noun Meander (from ancient Greek Μαίανδρος Maíandros) and may refer to:
Mengü
Mengü is a common masculine Turkish given name. In Turkish, "Mengü" means "eternal", "without a beginning", and/or "having no beginning".
Mengi
Mengi is a common masculine Turkish given name. It means "eternal", "without a beginning", "having no beginning". It is an Oghuz accented version of Mengü which is also a Turkish given name. Compared to Mengü, Mengi has an additional meaning: "happy".
Menhar
Menhar is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Menne
MAh is a German family name. The name is originated as a short form of Meinhard, Meinward, Magesh, Meinrich. Original derivation of "Man". Titled particularly male representatives of (village) community.
Menno
Menno
Mensur
Mensur is a masculine given name.
Menyhért
Sady is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Menzies
Menzies is a Scottish surname. It is probably derived, like its Gaelic form Méinnearach, from the Norman name Mesnières.
Merab
Merian
Meric
Mahajan is a Turkish male and (mostly) female first name and family name.
Merlin
Mert
Mert is a Turkish masculine given name meaning "man", "manly" and "trustworthy", from Persian mard (مرد) which means man. It is very popular in Turkey, Azerbaijan, and, more or less, in Iran.
Mertcan
Nader is a Turkish male given name of Persian origin. The name is formed from the elements or individual name mert (daring, brave, male) and can (spirit, heart, soul, life).
Mervyn
Mervyn is a male given name derived from the Welsh name Merfyn and surname in the English-speaking world.
Messapos
Messapus (Greek Μέσσαπος, Latin. Messapus) is an ancient, Greek, male personal name.


Mesut
Mesut is a German given name for males, derived from the Arabic name Masoud. People named Mesut include:
Mete
Mete is a common masculine Turkish given name. In Turkish, "Mete" means "brave", "galahad", "hero", "valiant", and/or "gallant".
Metehan
Metehan is a common masculine Turkish given name. "Metehan" is composed of two words: "Mete" and "Han". In Turkish, "Mete" means "brave", "galahad", "hero", "valiant", and/or "gallant" whereas "Han" means literally "Khan". Thus, "Metehan" means "brave khan", "galahad khan", "gallant khan".
Metello
Metellus is a masculine Italian given name.
Metin
Maharaj is a Turkish given name of Arabic origin, is also a family name. Translated, it means "The steadfast".
Metschyslau
Mevlüt
Mevlüt(Arabic: مولود‎‎) is a Turkish given name for males. People named Mevlüt include:
Miško
Miško (Serbian: Мишко) is a South Slavic masculine given name.
Miķelis
Miķelis is a Latvian male given name. It is also Latvian name of archangel Michael, therefore the celebration of autumn equinox is called Miķeļi in Latvian and Miķelis is named as protector of horses and good harvest, likely taking over functions of Jumis, a fertility deity in Latvian mythology.
Micha
Micha (מִיכָה, today's Hebrew Miḫa, classical Hebrew Mîḵāh, English MICAH) is a Hebrew masculine given name, a short name for Anto or Michael or Michaela, as well as a family name. Today, the name goes back to the Prophet MICAH in Moreshet. He was a Judean Prophet who lived in the 8th century BC and was at about the same time as the Prophet Isaiah. The name is a short form of Michajah and means "who is like Jah?", similar to that of Michael, which translated means "Who is like God?". In the Septuagint, the Greek translation of the Bible, it stands in the spelling of Michaias.
Michael
Michail
Mikhail is a masculine given name. The name is the Russian (Михаил) and Eastern European variant of the given name Michael.
Michal
Michal
Michalis
Michalis (Μιχάλης) is a male given name in the Greek language available, it has the same origin as Michel in French.
Michel
Michelangelo
Micheletto
Micheletto is both an Italian surname and a diminutive of the masculine given name Michele (the Italian form of Michael). Notable people with the name include:
Michelotto
Michelotto is both an Italian surname and a masculine Italian given name. Notable people with the name include:
Michiaki
Michiaki (written: 倫明, 道明, 道章 or 道秋) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Michiharu
Michiharu (written: 倫治, 道治, 通陽 or みちはる in hiragana) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Michihiko
Michihiko (written: 道彦 or 美知彦) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Michihiro
Michihiro (written: 道弘, 道大, 道博, 通弘, 通洋, 通宏, 理大, 倫弘 or 導大) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Michihisa
Michihisa (written: 倫央 or 道久) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Michinori
Michinori (written: 道教, 通教, 通憲 or 倫範) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Michio
Michio can refer to:
Michirō
Michirō, Michiro or Michirou (written: 道朗 or ミチロウ in katakana) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Michitaka
Michitaka (written: 道隆 or 道孝) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Michitarō
Michitarō, Michitaro or Michitarou (written: 道太郎) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Michiya
Michiya (written: 道哉 or 美智也) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Michiyoshi
Michiyoshi (written: 道由, 道義 or 通芳) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Mick
Mick is a male given name and family name. The name is a form of Michael, and in the English-speaking world.
Mick Vukota
Marinko "Mick" Vukota (born September 14, 1966) is a former NHL right wing. Undrafted, he signed with the New York Islanders, who were looking to add toughness and muscle to their roster, on March 2, 1987. Vukota worked his way up through their system and found himself skating on NHL ice by the end of the 1987–88 season, also scoring his first goal. Also, perhaps more significantly, he registered 82 penalty minutes in 17 games on the way to becoming his team's top enforcer. Over the next decade, Vukota forged a reputation as a tough scrapper and punishing forechecker who could occasionally pop in a goal. He was suspended several times by the league for on ice behaviors, and this added to his growing tough-guy reputation. He went on to become the Islanders' career penalty minutes leader (1,879), but his one-dimensional style resulted in a demotion to the Utah Grizzlies of the IHL in 1996–97. He split the 1997–98 season between the Tampa Bay Lightning and Montreal Canadiens in what was his last year in the NHL, surpassing 2,000 career penalty minutes, and then played two more seasons with the Grizzlies in the IHL before retiring.
Mickey
Mickey is an American form of the male given name Michael.
Midhat
Midhat (also spelled Medhat, or Mithat) is a Turkish name given name from Persian origin for males. People with the name include: Midhat (also spelled Medhat, or Mithat) is a Turkish name given name from Persian origin for males. People with the name include:
Mieczysław
Mieczysław is a masculine Polish given name.
Miervaldis
Miervaldis is a Latvian masculine given name, borne by some 600 men in Latvia.
Miguel
Miguel is the Portuguese and Spanish form of the name Michael (Hebrew: מִיכָאֵל). It may refer to:
Miguel Ángel
Miguel Ángel (IPA: [miˈɣel ˈaŋxel]) is a Spanish masculine given name, composed of Miguel and Angel, cognate to the English Michael Angelo.
Mihael
Mihai
Mihai is a Romanian male given name as a Romanian form of Michael.
Mihailo
Mihailo (Михаило) is a Slavic masculine given name, a variant of the Hebrew name Michael. Other Slavic variants include Mihail, Mihajlo, and Mikhail. Common as a given name among Serbs, it is an uncommon surname. People with the name Mihailo include:
Mihails
Mihails is a Latvian masculine given name. It is a cognate of the name Michael and may refer to:
Mihajlo
Mihajlo (Serbian Cyrillic: Михајло) is the Serbian variant of the name Michael, predominantly borne by ethnic Serbs. It is also spelled Mihailo (Михаило) and Mijailo (Мијаило).
Mihaly
Mihály is the Hungarian version of Michael.
Mihály
Mihály (Hungarian pronunciation: [ˈmihaːj]) is a Hungarian masculine given name, It is a cognate of the English Michael and may refer to:
Mihkel
Mihovil
Mihovil is a Croatian given name. It is a variant of Michael.
Miikka
Miikka, even Greg, is a Finnish male given name. The German-language equivalent of the name is Michael / Micha.
Mijat
Mijat (Cyrillic script: Мијат) is a masculine given name.


Mikael
Mikael is a Scandinavian and Armenian form of the male given name Michael. In France, the name is provided with a Diaeresis on the letter e, and is common there as both a first and last name.
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.
Mikalojus
Mikalojus is a Lithuanian masculine given name derived from Nicholas. People bearing the name include:
Mikas
A Lithuanian given name, shortening of Mikalojus is Mika's.
Mike
Mike is a masculine given name.
Mikel
Mikel is a masculine given name.
Mikio
Mikio (written: 幹夫, 幹雄, 幹郎, 巳喜男, 三樹夫, 三喜夫, みきお in hiragana or ミキオ in katakana) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Mikk
Mikkel
Mikkel is a Scandinavian, especially Danish and Norwegian variant of the masculine given name Michael.
Mikko
Mikko (pronunciation: ' mi: kliko) is a Finnish male given name which is also in the Estonian language.
Miklós
Miklós is a given name or surname, the Hungarian form of the Greek Νικόλαος (English Nicholas), and may refer to:
Miklos
Miklós is a first name and family name. The name is the Hungarian form of Nicholas.
Miksa
Miksa is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Mikuni
Miladin
Miladin (Cyrillic script: Миладин) is a masculine given name.
Milan
May 19 (Hungary) June 18 (Czech Republic) November 13 (Croatia)
Milandu
Milandu is a masculine given name.
Milenko
Milenko (Cyrillic script: Миленко) is a masculine given name of Slavic origin.
Mileta
Mileta (Cyrillic script: Милета) is a masculine given name and a surname of Slavic origin.
Milić
Milić (Cyrillic: Милић) is a Serbian given name and surname, and Croatian surname.
Milivoj
Milivoj or Milivoje (Cyrillic script: Миливој or Миливоје) is an old Slavic origin given name derived from elements: milo ("gracius, favour") + voj ("soldier, war"). Popular primarily in South Slavic states. The name may refer to:
Miljan
Miljan (Cyrillic script: Миљан) is a masculine given name of Slavic origin.
Miljko
Miljko (Serbian: Миљко) is a Serbian masculine given name, derived from Slavic mil- ("love, to like") and hypocoristic suffix -ko, both very common in Slavic dithematic names.
Milko
Milo
Milo is a masculine given name and a surname which may refer to:
Miloš
Miloš (Cyrillic: Милош, pronounced [mîloʃ]) (Czech pronunciation: [ˈmɪloʃ]) is a Slavic masculine given name common in Serbia and Montenegro, and to a lesser degree in the Czech Republic. In Polish, the name is spelled Miłosz. Miloš is a Slavic given name recorded from the early Middle Ages among the Serbs, Czechs and Poles. It is derived from the Slavic root mil-, "merciful" or "dear", which is found in a great number of Slavic given names.
Miloje
Miloje (Cyrillic script: Милоје) is a Serbian masculine given name of Slavic origin.
Milomir
Milomir (Serbian Cyrillic: Миломир) is a Serbian masculine given name, a Slavic name derived from milo "love, to like" and mir "peace, prestige, world".
Milorad
Milorad (Cyrillic script: Милорад; Polish: Miłorad) is an old Serbian masculine given name derived from the Slavic elements: milo meaning "gracious, dear" and rad meaning "work, care, joy". Feminine form is Milorada. Nicknames: Milo, Miłosz, Radek, Radko, Rada.
Milos
Milos is a masculine given name.
Miloslav
Miloslav is a Slavic origin given name. Derived from the Slavic elements mil favour and slav glory.
Milot
Milot is an Albanian given name for males. It derives from town of Milot, a town in northwestern Albania.
Milovan
Milovan (Serbian: Милован) is a Slavic origin name and may refer to:
Miltiades
Miltiades or Miltiadis (Greek: Μιλτιάδης, short: Miltos) is a Greek masculine given name. The name is derived from the Greek word for "red earth".
Milutin
Milutin (Cyrillic script: Милутин) is a Serbian masculine given name of Slavic origin. The name may refer to:
Min-chul
Min-chul, also spelled Min-chol, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 27 hanja with the reading "min" and 11 hanja with the reading "chul" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names.
Min-ho
Min-ho is a Korean masculine given name. The meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 27 hanja with the reading "min" and 49 hanja with the reading "ho" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names. Min-ho was the ninth-most popular name for South Korean baby boys in 1980.
Min-hyuk
Min-hyuk is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 27 hanja with the reading "min" and nine hanja with the reading "hyuk" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Min-jae
Min-jae is a Korean masculine given name. The meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 27 hanja with the reading "min" and 20 hanja with the reading "jae" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names.
Min-ki
Min-ki is a Korean male given name.
Min-kyu
Min-kyu, also spelled Min-gyu, is a Korean masculine given name. It was the eighth-most popular name for baby boys in South Korea in 1990. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 27 hanja with the reading "min" and 20 hanja with the reading "kyu" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Min-seok
Min-seok, also spelled Min-suk, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 27 hanja with the reading "min" and 20 hanja with the reading "seok" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Min-woo
Min-woo is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning depends on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 27 hanja with the reading "min" and 41 hanja with the reading "woo" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Mindaugas
Mindaugas is a Lithuanian masculine given name and may refer to the following individuals:
Mineichi
Mineichi (written 峯一) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Mineo
Mineo is both a surname and a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Miodrag
Miodrag (Serbian Cyrillic: Миодраг) is a Serbian masculine given name, derived from drag ("dear, beloved") and mio ("tender, cute"), both common in South Slavic dithematic names.
Miomir
Miomir (Serbian Cyrillic: Миомир) is a Serbo-Croatian masculine given name of Slavic origin.
Mircea
Mircea [ˈmirtʃa] a Romanian male given name is derived from the Slavic element me, with the meaning "Peace" or "World".
Mirco
Mirco is a masculine given name popular in Italy. Mirco is an alternative spelling of the name Mirko. It may refer to:


Mirko
Mirko (Cyrillic script: Мирко) is a masculine given name of South Slavic origin.
Miroslav
Miroslav (Cyrillic script: Мирослав) (also see: Polish Mirosław) is a Slavic masculine name meaning "peace and glory" (peace glorifier).
Mirsada
Mirsad is a Bosnian male given name, its meaning is not known, derived but it may be from the Arabic or Persian. The female form of the name is Jody.
Mirza
Mitar
Mitar is a masculine given name. It is a Serbian variant of a Greek name Demetrius. Notable people with the name include:
Mitchell
Mithat
Mithat is a Turkish given name for males. People named Mithat include:
Mitja
Mitja is a masculine given name. Mitja (Russian: Митя) is of Russian origin. It is the diminutive of Dmitry.
Mitsos
Mitsos, or Mitso, is a popular Greek nickname given to males named Dimitri, Dimitrios or Jim. This nickname is used especially when referring to manly individuals having the aforementioned names.
Mitsuaki
Mitsuaki (written: 光昭, 光顕 or 充昭) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Mitsugi
Mitsugi (written: 貢, 女貢, 貢宜) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Mitsugu
Mitsugu (written: 貢, 女貢 or みつぐ in hiragana) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Mitsuharu
Mitsuharu (written: 光晴, 光春 or 光治) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Mitsuhide
Mitsuhide is a masculine Japanese given name. Its meaning varies based on the kanji used to write it; possible ways of writing the name in kanji include 三秀, 三英, 光秀, 光英, 満秀, and 満英.
Mitsuhiko
Mitsuhiko (written: 光彦) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Mitsuhira
Mitsuhira (written: 三平 or 光平) is both a Japanese surname and a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Mitsuhiro
Mitsuhiro (written: 光洋, 光尋, 光弘, 光浩, 光博, 光広, 光寛, 光裕, 充洋 or 充弘) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Mitsuhisa
Mitsuhisa (written: 光久) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Mitsumasa
Mitsumasa (written: 光政, 光正 or 光雅) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Mitsumori
Mitsumori is a Japanese surname, masculine given name, and toponym.
Mitsunobu
Mitsunobu (written: 光信 or 光誠) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Mitsunori
Mitsunori (written: 光教, 光則, 光紀, 光範 or 充功) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Mitsuo
Mitsuo (written: 光男, 光央, 光雄, 光夫, 満男, 三男, 三雄, 美津雄, 己津央 or みつお in hiragana) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Mitsuomi
Mitsuomi (written 光臣) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Mitsusuke
Mitsusuke (written: 満祐 or 光祐) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Mitsutaka
Mitsutaka (written: 光隆, 光高 or 光孝) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Mitsuteru
Mitsuteru (written: 光輝 or 充央) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Mitsutoshi
Mitsutoshi (written: 充寿, 光年 or 三敏) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Mitsuyasu
Mitsuyasu (written: 光泰 or 光保) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Mitsuyoshi
Mitsuyoshi (written: 三厳, 光亮, 光慶, 光美, 光聖 or 猛修) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Mitsuyuki
Mitsuyuki (written: 光行, 光幸 or 充志) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
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".
Mladen
Mladen (Cyrillic script: Младен) is a common masculine given name of Slavic origin used in South Slavic languages. The names stems from the Slavic root mlad, meaning "young". Notable people with the name include:
Mnislav
Mnislav is a male name.
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:
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
Mochiaki
Mochiaki (written: 茂韶 or 茂昭) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Modest
Modestas
Modestas is a Lithuanian masculine given name. Individuals with the name Modestas include:
Modris
Modris is a Latvian masculine given name, borne by more than 2,500 men in Latvia. The name means "watchful" or "vigilant". Its nameday is celebrated on 21 September.
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]
Moez
Moez is a masculine given name.
Mogens
Mogens is a Danish masculine given name and may refer to:
Mohamed
Mohammed is the form of the Arabic name used as a first name محمد, DMG Muḥammad [mɔˈħamːəd] in German. Also the spellings of Muhammad [muˈħamːad] and Mohammad are common. The best known bearer of the name is the Islamic prophet Muhammad. With over 150 million members of its variations, Mohammad is today the world's most common first name.
Mohammad Taqi
Mohammad-Taqi (محمد تقی), also spelled as Muhammad Taqi or Mohammad Taghi is a common name among Muslims, specially Shia Muslims. It may refer to the following:
Mohammad-Reza
Mohammad-Reza (Persian: محمدرضا‎‎, also spelled as Mohammad Reza, or Mohammadreza) is a popular male given name in Iran. Mohammad and Reza are both Arabic names which are popular in the whole Muslim world. However, the usage of the compound given name Mohammad-Reza is mostly popular in the modern Iran (mostly among those who are born after 1926, when Reza Shah was crowned and his son, Mohammad-Reza, became the crown prince).
Mohand
Mohand is a masculine given name.
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.
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.
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
Moises
Moises is a masculine given name.
Mojsije
Mojsije (Serbian Cyrillic: Мојсије, pronounced [mǒːjsije]) is a Serbian name, derived from Greek Mōÿsēs (Mωϋσῆς), a variant of the biblical name Moses.
Mojtaba
Mojtaba or Moshtaba (Persian: مجتبی‎‎) is an Iranian male given name. It originates from the Arabic language, meaning chosen. The name has an Islamic background and is fairly popular among the Shiites as it is one of the honorary titles of Hasan ibn Ali, the 2nd Imam of Shia Islam.
Mokhtar
Mokhtar is a masculine given name.
Mokichi
Mokichi (written: 茂吉) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Momčilo
Momcilo or Momčilo (Cyrillic script: Момчило) is a masculine given name of Slavic origin.
Momir
Momir (Cyrillic script: Момир) is a masculine given name of Slavic origin. The name may refer to:
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:
Moneim
Moon-sik
Moon-sik, also spelled Moon-shik, Mun-sik, or Mun-shik, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 14 hanja with the reading "moon" and 16 hanja with the reading "sik" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Moon-soo
Moon-soo is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 14 hanja with the reading "moon" and 57 hanja with the reading "soo" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Morgan
Morgan is a Celtic given name traditionally used in Wales, Brittany and Scotland. In the UK and Ireland it is traditionally a male name, though also increasingly used for girls too.
Morihiko
Morihiko (written: 守彦) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Morihiro
Morihiro (written: 守容, 守弘, 護煕 or 盛厚) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Morikazu
Morikazu (written: 盛和 or 守一) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Morimasa
Morimasa (written: 守正 or 盛政) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Morio
Morio (written: 守男, 守生, 森魚, 森雄, 杜夫, 盛男, 盛夫 or 保男) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Moritaka
Moritaka (written: 盛隆 or 守隆) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Moritz
Moritz is the German equivalent of the name Maurice.
Mornrod
Morris
Morris is a given name in English and other languages. Notable persons with that name include:
Morten
Morten is a Danish and Norwegian male name, Scandinavian anglischem origin. With the Christianization of the fishing and Scandinavian countries, he was brought in connection to the Latin name of Martin. Originally it meant but about as much as the man of the (Court most) Moor.
Moses
Moses is a masculine given name.
Mosuke
Mosuke (written: 茂助 or 喪助) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Motoaki
Motoaki (written: 基昭 or 基朗) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Motoharu
Motoharu (written: 元治, 元春 or 基春) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Motohiko
Motohiko (written: 元彦 or 基彦) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Motohiro
Motohiro (written: 基熈, 基博, 基弘, 素弘, 宗弘 or 元浩) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Motoichi
Motoichi (written: 元一) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Motojirō
Motojirō, Motojiro or Motojirou (written: 基次郎 or 元二郎) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Motoki
Motoki (written: 元気, 昌樹, 誠記 or モトキ in katakana) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Motomu
Motomu (written: 求 or 元夢) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Motonobu
Motonobu (written: 元信, 基信 or 仁重) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Motoshi
Motoshi (written: 元司) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Motoshige
Motoshige (written: 職鎮) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Motosuke
Motosuke (written: 元助, 元輔, 元相 or 資祐) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Mototada
Mototada (written: 元忠 or 基忠) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Mototsugu
Mototsugu (written: 基嗣 or 基次) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Motoyasu
Motoyasu (written: 元康 or 元保) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Motoyuki
Motoyuki (written: 源幸, 素幸, 素之 or 元之) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Motozane
Motozane (written: 元真, 基実) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Moulay
Moulay is a masculine given name.
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.
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.
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:
Mu-yeol
Mu-yeol is a Korean male given name.
Mua'dh
Mua'dh or Maaz is a male Arabic given name. Mua'dh or Maaz is a male Arabic given name.
Muammer
Muammer (also spelled Muamer or Muammar, Arabic: معمر‎‎) is a masculine given name of Arabic origin meaning "long-lived". People with the name include:
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").


Muhammad
Muhammad (Arabic: محمد‎‎) is the primary transliteration of the Arabic given name, مُحَمَّد‎, from the triconsonantal root of Ḥ-M-D; Praise and becomes conjugated to Muhammad, which means "The Most Praised One". It is the name of the Islamic prophet. Throughout the Muslim world, it is popular to name a male child after him. This name and its variant transliterations are among the most popular names in the world.
Muharrem
Muharrem (also transliterated as Moharram, or Muharram, Arabic: محرم‎‎) is an Arabic given name derived from the month Muharram of the Islamic calendar, it may refer to:
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
Muhiddin
Muhiddin or Muhittin is the Turkish version of the Muslim name Mohy al-Din It may refer to:
Muhittin
Muhittin is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin meaning "the one who makes stronger the religion".
Muhsin
Muhsin (also spelled Mohsen, Mohsin, Mehsin or Muhsen, Arabic & Persian: محسن‎‎), meaning beneficent in Arabic, other meanings are Gentle, Humanitarian, Friend, is a masculine given name that may refer to:
Muhtar
Mukadder
A Turkish male and (mostly) female name of Arabic origin meaning "valued", Ms.mukadder.
Mukesh
Mukesh is an epithet for the Hindu god Shiva, and literally means "conqueror of the Muka demon". It is commonly used as a male given name in India. People with the name Mukesh include:
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).
Mukuro
Mukuro is a Japanese name that means corpse.
Mumtaz
Mumtaz (Arabic: ممتاز‎‎) is a name commonly used in various countries in the Muslim world, mainly Afghanistan, Brunei, India, Malaysia, Pakistan and Turkey, it can also be used as a female name. Mumtazah is a related female version. Its root is from Arabic language.
Munehiro
Munehiro (written: 宗弘 or 宗広) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Munemori
Munemori (written: 宗盛 or 宗森) is both a Japanese surname and a masculine Japanese surname. Notable people with the name include:
Munenobu
Munenobu (written: 宗宣 or 宗信) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Munenori
Munenori (written: 宗矩, 宗則 or 宗紀) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Muneo
Muneo (written: 宗男 or 宗雄) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Muneshige
Muneshige (written: 宗茂 or 宗鎮) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Munetaka
Munetaka (written: 宗尊, 宗堯, 宗孝, or 宗貴) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Munetoki
Munetoki (written: 宗辰 or 宗時) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Munetoshi
Munetoshi (written: 宗厳 or 宗俊) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Munib
Munib (also spelled Moneeb, Muneeb, or Munip, Arabic: ﻣﻨﻴﺐ‎‎) is a masculine given name.
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:
Munir
Munir (also spelled Moneer, Monir, Mounir, or Muneer, Arabic: منير‎‎) is a masculine Arabic given name, it may refer to:
Munish
Munish is a name, mainly used for boys.
Murad
Murad (Arabic: مراد‎‎) or variants Murat, Mourad, Morad and Mrad is an Arabic, Azerbaijani, Turkish, Kurdish, and Persian male given name and is commonly used throughout the Muslim world and Arabic world.
Murashige
Murashige (written: 村重) is both a Japanese surname and a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Murat
Murat is a masculine given name.
Murchadh
Murchadh is masculine given name in the Irish and Scottish Gaelic languages.
Murray
Murtaza
Murtaza (also spelled Mortaza or Morteza) (Persian: مرتضى‎‎, Arabic: مرتضى‎‎) is a common Persian name, is a variant transcription of Murtadha, meaning "chosen". It is an Islamic name that dates back to the time of Islamic prophet Muhammad. Pronunciation varies with accent, from native Arabic speakers to speakers of European and Asian languages.
Musa
Musa (Arabic: موسى‎‎) is a male given name, corresponding to Moses, see also Moses in Islam.
Mushtaq
Mushtaq (pronounced [ˈmuːʃtaːq]) may refer to:
Muslim
Muslim (also transliterated as Moslem, or Müslüm (Turkish), Arabic: مسلم‎‎) is an Arabic given name, literally meaning a person belonging to the faith of Islam, it may refer to:
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.
Mustafa
Mustafa is the primary transliteration of the Arabic given name, Arabic: مصطفى‎‎, Muṣṭafā. The name is an epithet of Muhammad that means, The Chosen One. It is a very common male given name throughout the Muslim world. This name is mostly used in Turkey after Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, founder of the Republic of Turkey.
Muthuswamy
Muthuswamy is a Tamil name and may refer to
Mutlu
Mutlu, meaning "happy", is a Turkish given name and may refer to:
Mutsuo
Mutsuo (written: 六夫, 睦郎 or 睦夫) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Muzaffar
Muzaffar or Muzaffer (Arabic: مظفر‎‎; "the Victorious") may refer to:
Muzaffer
Justin is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin meaning the ever victorious or the eternal champion.
Mykhailo
Mykhailo (Ukrainian: Миха́йло) is a male first name, the Ukrainian form of Michael.
Mykola
Mykola is a Slavic variant, more specifically a Ukrainian variant, of the masculine name "Nicholas", meaning "victory of the people".
Mykolas
Mykolas is a Lithuanian male given name derived from Michael. People with the name include:
Myung-hoon
Myung-hoon, also spelled Myung-hun, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 19 hanja with the reading "myung" and 12 hanja with the reading "hoon" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Myung-hwan
Myung-hwan is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 19 hanja with the reading "myung" and 21 hanja with the reading "hwan" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Myung-soo
Myung-soo (Korean pronunciation: [mjʌŋsu]) is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 19 hanja with the reading "myung" and 67 hanja with the reading "soo" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Myung-yong
Myung-yong is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 19 hanja with the reading "myung" and 24 hanja with the reading "yong" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names. Additionally, there is one hanja with the reading "ryong" (龍, meaning "dragon") which may also be written and pronounced "yong" in South Korea.





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