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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.
MihajloMihajlo (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).
MilenkoMilenko (Cyrillic script: Миленко) is a masculine given name of Slavic origin.
MiljanMiljan (Cyrillic script: Миљан) is a masculine given name of Slavic origin.
MilomirMilomir (Serbian Cyrillic: Миломир) is a Serbian masculine given name, a Slavic name derived from milo "love, to like" and mir "peace, prestige, world".
MilutinMilutin (Cyrillic script: Милутин) is a Serbian masculine given name of Slavic origin. The name may refer to:
MiodragMiodrag (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.
MirkoMirko (Cyrillic script: Мирко) is a masculine given name of South Slavic origin.
MladenMladen (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:
MiladinMiladin (Cyrillic script: Миладин) is a masculine given name.
MijatMijat (Cyrillic script: Мијат) is a masculine given name.
MilovanMilovan (Serbian: Милован) is a Slavic origin name and may refer to:
MilošMiloš (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.
MihailoMihailo (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:
MiletaMileta (Cyrillic script: Милета) is a masculine given name and a surname of Slavic origin.
MilićMilić (Cyrillic: Милић) is a Serbian given name and surname, and Croatian surname.
MiljkoMiljko (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.
MilojeMiloje (Cyrillic script: Милоје) is a Serbian masculine given name of Slavic origin.
MiomirMiomir (Serbian Cyrillic: Миомир) is a Serbo-Croatian masculine given name of Slavic origin.
MiškoMiško (Serbian: Мишко) is a South Slavic masculine given name.
MitarMitar is a masculine given name. It is a Serbian variant of a Greek name Demetrius. Notable people with the name include:
MojsijeMojsije (Serbian Cyrillic: Мојсије, pronounced [mǒːjsije]) is a Serbian name, derived from Greek Mōÿsēs (Mωϋσῆς), a variant of the biblical name Moses.
MomčiloMomcilo or Momčilo (Cyrillic script: Момчило) is a masculine given name of Slavic origin.
MomirMomir (Cyrillic script: Момир) is a masculine given name of Slavic origin. The name may refer to:
Mick VukotaMarinko "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.
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.
Note: With an international list of names it can occur that some first names are identical to label names. Hereby we point out that all used marks are property of their respective owners.