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1 Ma'isah Muslim Walking with a proud swinging gait.. F
2 Ma'sma Muslim Innocent. Infallible.. F
3 Maa'sma Muslim Variant of Ma'sma: Innocent. Infallible.. F
4 Maachah Biblical Pressed down, worn, fastened. F
5 Maachathi Biblical Broken. F
6 Maadai Biblical Pleasant, testifying. F
7 Maagha Indian Name of a Nakshathra; Month's name F
8 Maaheshvari Indian Power of Lord Mahesha (Lord Shiva) F
9 Maahi Indian River; Great Earth; Heaven and Earth conjoined; The number one F

10 Maahjabeen Muslim Variant of Mahjabin: Forehead. Moon.. F
11 Maai Biblical Belly, heaping up. F
12 Maajida Muslim Variant of Majida: Glorious. Powerful.. F
13 Maala Indian Garland F
14 Maalavi Indian Princess; A musical Raag F
15 Maale-akrabbim Biblical Ascent of scorpions. F
16 Maalika Indian Daughter; Queen; Owner; A garland; Jasmine; Intoxicating drink F
17 Maalini Indian Fragrant; Jasmine; Gardener; Another name for Goddess Durga's and the Ganges; A garland maker; Wearing a garland F
18 Maalya Indian Worthy to be garlanded; Wealth; Mass of flowers F
19 Maanasa Indian Conceived in the mind F
20 Maanasi Indian With a sound mind; A lady; Intellectual or spiritual endeavour; Another name for Saraswati F
21 Maanasvi Indian Maanasvi F
22 Maanavi Indian Girl with humanity; One who poses all the bestqualities F
23 Maanavika Indian Young girl F
24 Maandavi Indian Consort of Bharat in Ramayan; Fit; Competent; Administrator F
25 Maandhari Indian Honourable F
26 Maanhitha Indian Together; Conversation with God; Honored F
27 Maanika Indian Of Jewels; Ruby F
28 Maanini Indian Lady; Nobel; Women; Self respected F
29 Maansi Indian Intellectual or spiritual endeavour; Another name for Goddess Saraswati F
30 Maanswi Indian Maanswi F
31 Maanushi Indian The woman; Goddess Laxmi; Kind F
32 Maanvi Indian Girl with humanity; One who poses all the bestqualities F
33 Maanvika Indian Female of maanav; Youth F
34 Maanya Indian The quiet one; Worthy of honor; Respected; Honourable F
35 Maanyata Indian Principles; Assumption F
36 Maarath Biblical Den, making empty, watching. F
37 Maarisha Indian Worthy; Respectable F
38 Maasiai Biblical The defense, or strength, or trust of the Lord. F
39 Maat Egyptian Mythical goddess of order and justice. F
40 Maatangi Indian Goddess of Matanga, Goddess Durga F
41 Maath Biblical Wiping away, breaking, fearing, smiting. F
42 Maaya Indian Goddess Lakshmi; Wealth; Unreality; Compassion; Sympathy; An unreal or illusory image; Name of mother of Buddha; Prakriti; Affection; An epithet of Lakshmi; Art; Wisdom; One of the nine Shaktis of Vishnu F
43 Mab Irish Happiness. F
44 Mabbina Irish Happiness. F
45 Mabel English Diminutive of Amabel: Lovable. F
46 Mabel Latin Diminutive of Amabel: Beautiful, loving, lovable.Amabel was used frequently during the Middle Ages and briefly in the 19th century, and has now been largely replaced by the diminutive Mabel. F
47 Mabella English Variant of Mabel: Diminutive of Amabel: Lovable. F
48 Mabella Latin Diminutive of Amabel: Beautiful, loving, lovable.Amabel was used frequently during the Middle Ages and briefly in the 19th century, and has now been largely replaced by the diminutive Mabel. F
49 Mabelle English Variant of Mabel: Diminutive of Amabel: Lovable. F
50 Mabelle French My beautiful one. Loveable. F
51 Mabelle Latin Diminutive of Amabel: Beautiful, loving, lovable. F
52 Mabina Celtic Nimble. F
53 Mable English Variant of Mabel: Diminutive of Amabel: Lovable. F
54 Mable Latin Diminutive of Amabel: Beautiful, loving, lovable. F
55 Mabli Welsh Welsh form of Mabel, meaning lovable. F
56 Macbeth Shakespearean 'The Tragedy of Macbeth' Lady Macbeth, with to Macbeth who urges him to murder Duncan, then later goes mad from guilt. F
57 Macduff Shakespearean 'The Tragedy of Macbeth' Lady Macduff, wife to Macduff, murdered on Macbeth's orders. F
58 Macedonia Biblical Burning, adoration. F
59 Macee French Derived from medieval male form of Matthew. F
60 Macey French Derived from medieval male form of Matthew. F
61 Macha Irish Plain. F
62 Machara Scottish Plain. F
63 Machi Biblical Poor, a smiter. F
64 Machir Biblical Selling, knowing. F
65 Machnadebai Biblical Smiter. F
66 Machpelah Biblical Double. F
67 Maci English Derived from medieval male form of Matthew. F
68 Macie English Derived from medieval male form of Matthew. F
69 Mackenzie Scottish Son of Kenzie; fair; favored one. F
70 Macy French Derived from medieval male form of Matthew. F
71 Mada Irish From Mathilda. F
72 Mada Polish Bitter. F
73 Madailein Irish Irish form of Madeleine: magnificent. F
74 Madalen Hebrew From the tower. F
75 Madalena Spanish Bitter; Woman from Magdala. Variant of Madeleine. F
76 Madalene French Woman from Magdala. Variant of Madeleine. F
77 Madalyn Hebrew From the tower. F
78 Madalynn Spanish Bitter; Woman from Magdala. Variant of Madeleine. F
79 Madanika Indian Aroused; Excited F
80 Maddalen German Magnificent. F
81 Maddalena German Magnificent. F
82 Maddalene German Magnificent. F
83 Maddalyn German Magnificent. F
84 Maddelena Italian Woman from Magdala. Variant of Madeleine. F
85 Maddie English Woman from Magdala. Variant of Madeleine. Madeleine. F
86 Maddie French Diminutive of Madeleine: Woman of Magdala. Tower. F
87 Maddy French Diminutive of Madeleine: Woman of Magdala. Tower. F
88 Madel Hebrew From the tower. F
89 Madelaine Hebrew From the tower. F
90 Madeleina French Tower. F
91 Madeleine French Diminutive of Madeleine: Woman of Magdala. Tower. F
92 Madeleine Hebrew From the tower. F
93 Madelena English Woman from Magdala. Variant of Madeleine. Madeleine. F
94 Madelena Hebrew From the tower. F
95 Madelene English Woman from Magdala. Variant of Madeleine. Madeleine. F
96 Madelene Hebrew From the tower. F
97 Madelhari German Army counselor. F
98 Madelina French Diminutive of Madeleine: Woman of Magdala. Tower. F
99 Madeline French Diminutive of Madeleine: Woman of Magdala. Tower. F
100 Madelon French Diminutive of Madeleine: Woman of Magdala. Tower. F