Magdalena Magdalena is the original version of the name Magdalene (the surname of Mary Magdalene), and is used in Czech, German, Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian, Spanish, Croatian, Macedonian, Serbian, Bulgarian, Polish, Slovak, Georgian, Slovene among other languages.
Margarita Margarita is a Spanish name. The flower "Daisy" is called Margarita in Spanish. However, the true origin of this name is Roman. In Latin the word 'margarita' meant 'pearl'. It is also used in Greek, Bulgarian and Russian. It is a variant of the English name Margaret. Persons with this name include:
Mariela Maria is a feminine given name. As additional, secondary name, it can be worn by men.
Marisol Marisol is a Spanish name, a shortened form of María de la Soledad ("Mary of [the] Solitude"), a title given to the Virgin Mary. Marisol may refer to:
Maya Maya is a feminine name with multiple meanings. In Hindu philosophy, Māyā means "illusion" and in Hindu mythology, it is also an alternate name of the Hindu goddess Durga. According to tradition, Queen Māyā of Sakya was also the name of the mother of Siddartha Gautama, the Buddha.
Morena Morena is an Italian, Portuguese and Spanish feminine given name derived from the term moreno, meaning "brown, brown-haired." It is a popular name in Argentina, where it was the second most popular name given to baby girls born in Córdoba, Argentina in 2009.
Maura Maura is a female given name used in English, Spanish, Italian, Greece, Scots Gaelic, and Irish Gaelic. It is an Anglicisation of Máire, the Irish form of Mary. In the U.S., this name peaked in popularity in 1964 as the 469th most popular name for girls born that year, and remained in the top 1000 names until 2007.
María José María José is a Spanish language female given name. Maria José is a Portuguese language female given name.
Macarena Macarena is a Spanish female name, popular in Andalusia, in honor of the Virgin of Hope of Macarena. Some sources also say that the name comes from the Greek "Makarios", which means "happy".
María de Lourdes María de Lourdes is a Spanish feminine given name taken from Our Lady of Lourdes a title of the Virgin Mary
Millaray Millaray is a feminine given name of Mapuche origin. It means "golden flower" (from milla "gold" and rayen "flower"). As of 2010, it was the 49th most popular name in Chile. The Chilean actress Millaray Viera is one example of a person named Millaray.
María de las Mercedes María de Las Mercedes, a Spanish woman names referring to a particular segment is the Marian cult, the Virgin of mercy.
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