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Name Meaning Origin
Ludmila loved by the people czechoslovakian
Ludmilla beloved slavic
Luell Famous elf English
Luella famous elf english
Luella Famous elf English
Luella Feminine of Louis. Spanish
Luete Of the people German
Luighseach Torch bringer Irish
Luigina well-born greek
Luijzika Renowned warrior German
Luisa Italian form of Louise (renowned warrior) italian
Luisa Spanish form of Louise famous in war Spanish
Luise Renowned warrior German
Luiza famous in war romanian
Luiza Feminine of Louis. Spanish
Lujza myth name hungarian
Lujza Renowned warrior German
Lukina graceful and bright slavic
Luloah a pearl arabic
Lulu Swahili and Muslim name meaning "pearl" or "precious." african
Lulu Pet form of the names Louise or Louella. English
Lulu Rabbit Native American
Lulwa Pearl Arabic
Luminita little light romanian
Luna Moon Spanish
Lundy born on Monday french
Lundy Monday French
Luned servant of Laudine arthurian
Luned Servant of Laudine Arthurian Legend
Lunet Servant of Laudine Arthurian Legend
Lunete Servant of Laudine Arthurian Legend
Lunetta little moon italian
Lupe Wolf Spanish
Lupita Abbreviation of Guadalupe. Spanish
Lur Earth Spanish
Lurleen Temptress German
Lurlene Temptress German
Lurlina Temptress German
Lurline Temptress German
Luvena little beloved one english
Luvena Little beloved one English
Luvenia Derived from the Roman given name Levinia. Spanish
Luvina Little beloved one English
Luvina Derived from the Roman given name Levinia. Spanish
Luvyna Little beloved one English
Luyu Wild dove Native American
Luz Brings light Spanish
Lyani Unknown
Lycoris twilight greek
Lydia from Lydia greek
Lydia Beauty Greek
Lyla Feminine of Lyle from the island. Variant of Delilah. English
Lylah “Love, Cherish, Flowers. Beautiful one, clever one, special.” Unknown
Lylia Variant of Lillian derived from the flower name Lily. Symbol of innocence: purity: beauty. American
Lyn "A cascade."Variants include Lynn, Linn, Lynna, and Lynne. anglo
Lyn A cascade Anglo-Saxon
Lyn Waterfall English
Lynda Variant of Linda. lime tree: linden tree: beautiful. English
Lyndall Variant of Linda. lime tree: linden tree: beautiful. English
Lyndee Variant of Linda. lime tree: linden tree: beautiful. English
Lyndi Variant of Linda. lime tree: linden tree: beautiful. English
Lyndsay Variant of Lindsey from the linden tree island English
Lyndsey A lake: a place of linden trees. English
Lyndsey A lake: a place of linden trees. Scottish
Lyndsie Variant of Lindsey from the linden tree island English
Lynee Unknown
Lynelle Variant of ancient Welsh given name. In Arthurian legend Lynette accompanied Sir Gareth on a knightly quest. English
Lynelle Variant of ancient Welsh given name. In Arthurian legend Lynette accompanied Sir Gareth on a knightly quest. Arthurian Legend
Lynessa Variant of ancient Welsh given name. In Arthurian legend Lynette accompanied Sir Gareth on a knightly quest. Arthurian Legend
Lynessa Variant of ancient Welsh given name. In Arthurian legend Lynette accompanied Sir Gareth on a knightly quest. English
Lynet sister of Lyonors arthurian
Lynet Grace Celtic
Lynet Sister of Lyonors Arthurian Legend
Lynet Bird Anglo-Saxon
Lynette Sister of Lyonors. Variant of ancient Welsh given name. In Arthurian legend Lynette accompanied Sir Gareth on a knightly quest. Arthurian Legend
Lynette Variant of ancient Welsh given name. In Arthurian legend Lynette accompanied Sir Gareth on a knightly quest. English
Lynette Grace Celtic
Lynette Bird Anglo-Saxon
Lynley Abbreviation of Lynnette who accompanied Sir Gareth on a knightly quest in Arthurian legend: variant of the Irish Gaelic word lann meaning house: church. English
Lynley Abbreviation of Lynnette who accompanied Sir Gareth on a knightly quest in Arthurian legend: variant of the Irish Gaelic word lann meaning house: church. Arthurian Legend
Lynn waterfall english
Lynn Waterfall English
Lynn A cascade Anglo-Saxon
Lynna Abbreviation of Lynnette who accompanied Sir Gareth on a knightly quest in Arthurian legend: variant of the Irish Gaelic word lann meaning house: church. English
Lynna A cascade Anglo-Saxon
Lynna Abbreviation of Lynnette who accompanied Sir Gareth on a knightly quest in Arthurian legend: variant of the Irish Gaelic word lann meaning house: church. Arthurian Legend
Lynne Abbreviation of Lynnette who accompanied Sir Gareth on a knightly quest in Arthurian legend: variant of the Irish Gaelic word lann meaning house: church. Arthurian Legend
Lynne A cascade Anglo-Saxon
Lynne Abbreviation of Lynnette who accompanied Sir Gareth on a knightly quest in Arthurian legend: variant of the Irish Gaelic word lann meaning house: church. English
Lynnet Variant of ancient Welsh given name. In Arthurian legend Lynette accompanied Sir Gareth on a knightly quest. English
Lynnet Variant of ancient Welsh given name. In Arthurian legend Lynette accompanied Sir Gareth on a knightly quest. Arthurian Legend
Lynnette little lion french
Lynnette Little lion French
Lynnette Variant of ancient Welsh given name. In Arthurian legend Lynette accompanied Sir Gareth on a knightly quest. Arthurian Legend
Lynnette Variant of ancient Welsh given name. In Arthurian legend Lynette accompanied Sir Gareth on a knightly quest. English
Lynsey Variant of Lindsey from the linden tree island English
Lynzee Variant of Lindsey from the linden tree island English
Lynzey Derived from Lindsay or Lindsey American
Lynzie Variant of Lindsey from the linden tree island English
Lyones Wife of Gareth Arthurian Legend
Lyonesse wife of Gareth arthurian
Lyonesse little lion celtic
Lyonesse Wife of Gareth Arthurian Legend
Lyonesse Little lion Celtic
Lyonet sister of Lyones arthurian
Lyonet Sister of Lyones Arthurian Legend
Lyonette Little lion French
Lyonors mother of Boore arthurian
Lyonors Mother of Boore Arthurian Legend
Lyra Of the Iyre or song French
Lyric Of the Iyre or song French
Lyriel “Variant of Lyrical, meaning song.” Unknown
Lyrika Music of my heart. Variant of Lyric. Unknown
Lyris lyrical greek
Lysandra defends man greek
Lysanor Mother of Boore Arthurian Legend
Lyssa Honey: Abbreviation of Melissa: Lissandra: Alyssa. English
Lyubov Russian equivalent of the virtue, "charity." MARGARETE, MARGOSHA russian
Lyubov Love. Alternate Spellings: Lyuba or Luba. Russian
Lyvia Life. Ancient Roman name. Abbreviation of Olivia. English
Lyza Abbreviation of Elizabeth and Eliza. English
Lyzbeth Abbreviation of Elizabeth. English
Ma’isah walking with a proud, swinging gait arabic
Maat myth name (goddess of order and justice) egyptian
Mab Happiness Irish
Mabbina Happiness Irish
Mabel lovable MADONNA latin
Mabelle Lovable. French
Mabina Nimble Celtic
Mable Lovable. Abbreviation of Amabel. English
Mabyn Ever young. Welsh
Macala A diffrent way of spelling makayla Australia
Macawi Sioux name meaning " generous." native
Macayla A gift from God. English
Macayle “Strong-willed, fiery.” Gaelic
Macee Derived from medieval male form of Matthew. French
Macey Derived from medieval male form of Matthew. French
Macha Plain Irish
Machara Plain Scottish
Machayla Variant of Michael. Unknown
Machiko fortunate child japanese
Maci Derived from medieval male form of Matthew. English
Macie Derived from medieval male form of Matthew. English
Mackayla Unknown
Mackaylie Unknown
Mackenna Child of the handsome one. Scottish
Mackenzie Child of the wise leader Celtic
Mackenzie Son of Kenzie: fair: favored one. Scottish
Mackinzie Ever Loving English
Mackynsie Alternate Spelling: Mackenzie. American
Macy Derived from medieval male form of Matthew. French
Mad? Second daughter. Bali
Mada From Mathilda Irish
Madailein Irish forms of Madeleine magnificent Irish
Madalen From the tower Hebrew
Madalena Bitter: Woman from Magdala. Variant of Madeleine. Spanish
Madalene Woman from Magdala. Variant of Madeleine. Madeleine: (English/French) Woman from Magdala. French
Madalina magnificent romanian
Madalyn From the tower Hebrew
Madalyne Tower. Alternate Spelling: Madaline. French
Madalynn Woman from Magdala. Variant of Madeleine. Spanish
Maddalen Magnificent German
Maddalena Magnificent German
Maddalene Magnificent German
Maddalyn Magnificent German
Maddie Woman from Magdala. Variant of Madeleine. Madeleine: (English/French) Woman from Magdala. English
Maddielynn English
Maddison Variant of Matthew. Special one. Sincerety. Unknown
Maddisynne Alternate Spelling: Madison. Son of Matthew. Welsh
Maddy Woman from Magdala. Variant of Madeleine. Madeleine: (English/French) Woman from Magdala. French
Maddy-rose Quest and beautiful. Unknown
Madel From the tower Hebrew
Madelaine From the tower Hebrew
Madeleina Tower French
Madeleine tower french
Madeleine Tower French
Madeleine From the tower Hebrew
Madelena From the tower Hebrew
Madelena Woman from Magdala. Variant of Madeleine. Madeleine: (English/French) Woman from Magdala. English
Madelene From the tower Hebrew
Madelene Woman from Magdala. Variant of Madeleine. Madeleine: (English/French) Woman from Magdala. English
Madelhari Army counselor German
Madelina Woman from Magdala. Variant of Madeleine. Madeleine: (English/French) Woman from Magdala. French
Madeline Woman from Magdala. Variant of Madeleine. Madeleine: (English/French) Woman from Magdala. French
Madelon Woman from Magdala. Variant of Madeleine. French
Madelynn Woman from Magdala. Variant of Madeleine. Spanish
Madena Woman from Magdala. Variant of Madeleine. Spanish
Madge approval greek
Madia Woman from Magdala. Variant of Madeleine. Spanish
Madie Tower French
Madihah praiseworthy arabic
Madilynn Combination of traditional Madiline and the Lynn. Unknown
Madina Woman from Magdala. Variant of Madeleine. Spanish
Madison Surname derived from Matthew: (gift of Jah) or Matilda: (strong fighter). The mermaid heroine of the film Splash. English
Madisyn Good. Variant of Madison. English.
Madolen Tower French
Madora ruler greek
Madra mother english
Madra Mother English
Madre Mother Spanish
Madre Mother English
Madri myth name (wife of Pandu) indian
Mady Maiden German
Mady Maiden English
Mae "Kinswoman." anglo
Mae May. In Roman mythology Maia: (source of the month May) was goddess of spring growth. French
Mae Kinswomen Anglo-Saxon
Mae Bitter Hebrew
Maegan Unknown
Maeghan Great Irish
Maegth Maiden English
Maeko honest child japanese
Maelee May. In Roman mythology Maia: (source of the month May) was goddess of spring growth. French
Maelynn May. In Roman mythology Maia: (source of the month May) was goddess of spring growth. French
Maemi smile of truth japanese
Maertisa Famous English
Maeve A mythical queen Celtic
Maeve Joy Irish
Maeveen Nimble Celtic
Mafuane soil egyptian
Magaere myth name (a Fury) greek
Maganhildi Strong battle maiden German
Magaskawee Sioux name meaning " graceful." MAGENA native
Magd maiden german
Magd Maiden German
Magda from the tower hebrew
Magda Maiden: Abbreviation of Magdalena.Woman from Magdala. Reference to Biblical Mary Magdalene. German
Magda From the tower Hebrew
Magdala From the tower Hebrew
Magdalen Woman from Magdala. The biblical Mary Magdalene came from Magdala area near the sea of Galilee. Spanish
Magdalen From the tower Hebrew
Magdalena Woman from Magdala. The biblical Mary Magdalene came from Magdala area near the sea of Galilee. Spanish
Magdalena From the tower Hebrew
Magdalene Woman from Magdala. The biblical Mary Magdalene came from Magdala area near the sea of Galilee. Spanish
Magdalene From the tower Hebrew
Magena Moon Native American
Maggi Abbreviation of Margaret. A pearl. English
Maggie Abbreviation of Margaret. A pearl. English
Maggie Scottish form of Margaret pearl Scottish
Maggie-lyn Beautiful Child of Light. English
Maggy Abbreviation of Margaret. A pearl. English
Magnhilda Strong battle maiden German
Magnild Strong battle maiden German
Magnilda strong battle-maid german
Magnilda Strong battle maiden German
Magnilde Strong battle maiden German
Magnolia flower french
Magnolia Flower French
Maha wild cow; cow-eyes arabic
Mahadevi myth name (great goddess) indian
Mahal Woman Native American
Mahala tender hebrew
Mahala Tender Hebrew
Mahalia Tender Hebrew
Mahamari killer indian
Mahault Dutch form of Matilda (strong battle-maid) dutch
Mahek Fragrance. Indian
Maheshvari great lady indian
Mahila woman indian
Mahina moon; moonlight hawaiian
Maho thirsty chamoru
Mahu Hopi myth name. MAI native
Mahuizoh male or female name meaning "glorious person." nahuatl
Mai brightness japanese
Mai cherry blossom vietnamese
Mai Scottish form of Margaret pearl Scottish
Mai May. In Roman mythology Maia: (source of the month May) was goddess of spring growth. French
Mai Coyote Native American
Mai’ana flower chamoru
Maia myth name (mother of Hermes) greek
Maia Close to God Hebrew
Maia May. In Roman mythology Maia: (source of the month May) was goddess of spring growth. French
Maialen From the tower Hebrew
Maibe grave egyptian
Maible Lovable Irish
Maida "Maiden."Variant, Mayda, exists. anglo
Maida maiden english
Maida Maiden: virgin. English
Maida Maiden Anglo-Saxon
Maidel Maiden English
Maidel From the tower Hebrew
Maidie Maiden English
Maighdlin Irish forms of Madeleine magnificent Irish
Maikki bitter finnish
Maile A vine that grows in Hawaii that is used in making leis. Hawaiian
Maille Pearl Irish
Mailsi Pearl Irish
Maiolaine Flower French
Maira Variant of Mary bitter. Scottish
Maire Bitter Irish
Mairead Name of a saint Irish
Mairearad pearl gaelic
Mairi Bitter Scottish
Mairia Bitter Irish
Mairin Goddess of the sea Celtic
Mairona Bitter Irish
Maisie Scottish form of Margaret pearl Scottish
Maisie Nickname for Margaret or Marjorie. English
Maisy Pearl. Variant of Margaret. Unknown
Maitane dearly loved english
Maitane Dearly loved English
Maite Dearly loved English
Maite Love Spanish
Maitea Love Spanish
Maitena Dearly loved English
Maiti Strong battle maiden Irish
Maitilda Strong battle maiden Irish
Maitilde Strong battle maiden Irish
Maiya surname meaning "rice valley japanese
Maiya May. In Roman mythology Maia: (source of the month May) was goddess of spring growth. French
Maiya Beautiful forever. Japanese
Maizah discerning arabic
Majai Most precious. French
Majella Name of a saint Irish
Majida glorious Arabic
Majidah glorious arabic
Majori Pearl French
Maka Sioux name meaning " earth." native
Makaela-marie A gift from god. Arabic
Makahlie Godlike. Unknown
Makala myrtle hawaiian
Makarim honorable arabic
Makarim Honourable Arabic
Makawee Sioux name meaning " mothering." native
Makaylah Who is like God. Feminine version of Michael. “Celtic,Gaelic”
Makaylyn Heaven in mommys eyes Unknown
Makda Ethiopian version of Hebrew Magda, meaning "high tower" or "woman of Magdala." african
Makeda Amharic of Ethiopia name meaning "beautiful armrest" african
Makela Variant of Michaela. Unknown
Makemba Central African name referring to a Congolese goddess. african
Makena Kikuyu of Kenya name meaning "the happy one." african
Makena Unknown
Makenna Happiness African
Makenna Happiness. Variant of McKenna. Celtic
Makenna Gift of God Hawaiian
Makenzie “Variant of Mackenzie, McKenzie” Unknown
Makinzi Unknown
Makkitotosimew Algonquin name meaning "she has large breasts." native
Makkitotosimew She has large breasts (Algonquin) Native American
Malaika Angel African
Malak angel arabic
Malak messenger hebrew
Malak Messenger Hebrew
Malana buoyant; light hawaiian
Malcah queen hebrew
Malcah Queen Hebrew
Maleah Hawaiian for Mary/Maria: also means Hawaiian
Maledysaunte meaning unknown arthurian
Maleka Queen in the arabic language Arabic
Malene magnificent german
Malene Magnificent German
Malerie Lucky. English
Malerie “Fruitful, flourishing.” Celtic
Malia a form of Mary; the perfect one hawaiian
Malia Zuni name meaning " bitter." native
Malia Variant of Maria Spanish
Maliha “Graceful, Beautiful” Arabic
Malika queen arabic
Malika industrious hungarian
Malika Angel African
Malila Miwok name meaning " fast salmon swimming up a rippling stream." native
Malin Variant of Magdalena. Woman from Magdala. Sweden
Malina calming; soothing hawaiian
Malina From the tower Hebrew
Malinalxochitl grass flower nahuatl
Malinda gentle greek
Malinda Blend of Melissa and Linda. English
Malita Variant of Maria. Spanish
Malkah Queen Hebrew
Mallaidh Bitter Hebrew
Mallorie Unknown
Mallory army counselor german
Mallory Surname popular as a girl’s name due to popular character Mallory on the TV series Family Ties. English
Mallory Surname popular as a girl’s name due to popular character Mallory on the TV series Family Ties. French
Mallory Army counselor German
Malmuira Dark skinned Scottish
Malmuirie Dark skinned Scottish
Malva soft greek
Malvina Handmaiden Celtic
Malvina Sweet Irish
Mames Unisexual name meaning "sweet; kind." chamoru
Mamie Abbreviation of Mary and Miriam. English
Mana psychic gifts hawaiian
Manaar Guiding light Arabic
Manaba Navajo name meaning " return to war." native
Manal achieve arabic
Manal Achieve Arabic
Manar light arabic
Manar Light Arabic
Manara Light Arabic
Manauia unisexual name meaning "defend." nahuatl
Manda Battle maid Spanish
Manda Abbreviation of Amanda worthy of being loved. English
Mandalyn Abbreviation of Amanda worthy of being loved. English
Mandi Abbreviation of Amanda worthy of being loved. English
Mandie Abbreviation of Amanda worthy of being loved. English
Mandisa Xhosa of S. Africa name meaning "sweet." african
Mandisa sweet egyptian
Mandy Abbreviation of Amanda worthy of being loved. English
Manette bitter french
Manette Bitter French
Manikah Unknown
Manisha Indian
Maniya Unknown
Mankalita Zuni name.Meaning unknown MANSI native
Manoela With us is God. Variant of Manuel. Spanish
Manon Diminutive form of Marie which is a variant of Mary bitter. French
Mansi Plucked flower (Hopi) Native American
Manuela God is among us hebrew
Manuela the Lord is among us romanian
Manuela God is with us Spanish
Manuela God is among us Hebrew
Manya Bitter Russian
Maola Handmaiden Irish
Maoli Handmaiden Irish
Maolmin polished chief gaelic
Mapenzi Swahili name meaning "beloved." african
Mapiya Sioux name meaning " sky." MARALAH native
Mara bitter romanian
Mara Bitter Hebrew
Mara Bitter. The biblical Naomi claimed the name Mara as an expression of grief after the deaths of her husband and sons: Variant of Mary: Abbreviation of Tamara. English
Maralah Born during an earthquake Native American
Maralyn Blend of Marie or Mary and Lyn. English
Maram asperation arabic
Maranda Unknown
Marcail Pearl Scottish
Marcela warlike romanian
Marcela Warring Spanish
Marceline “Longevity, pillar.” French
Marcella Warring French
Marcelle warring french
Marcelle Warring French
Marcellia Warring French
Marchelle Of Mars. Mars was mythological Roman god of fertility for whom the month March was named: mythologically identified with the Greek war god Ares. French
Marcia “Variant of Mark. Mars, Greek God.” Unknown
Marcsa bitter, grace hungarian
Mare Bitter Irish
Maree Variant of Latin Mary bitter English
Maree Variant of Latin Mary bitter French
Mareesa Variant of Maria. English
Marelda famous battle-maid german
Marelda Famous battle maiden German
Marella Shining sea. Variant of Muriel. Irish
Marella Shining sea. Variant of Muriel. Celtic
Maren Bitter Hebrew
Marenka bitter czechoslovakian
Margaret pearl greek
Margaret Name of a saint Irish
Margaret Child of Light: Pearl “Persian,Latin”
Margareta pearl romanian
Margarethe Danish form of Margaret (pearl) danish
Margarid Armenian form of Margaret (pearl) armenian
Margarita Pearl. Spanish
Margaux Pearl French
Margawse Mother of Gawain Arthurian Legend
Margeaux Variant of Margaret. Pearl. French
Margerie Variant of the French Margerie. English
Margery Pearl French
Margit Pearl. German
Margo pearl french
Margo Variant of Margaret. Pearl. German
Margo Variant of Margaret. Pearl. French
Margot Pearl French
Margreet Pearl. Netherlands
Margret German form of Margaret (child of light: pearl) German
Margrit pearl swiss
Margrit Pearl. German
Marguerite Pearl French
Marhilda Famous battle maiden German
Marhildi Famous battle maiden German
Maria bitter italian
Maria bitter romanian
Maria Bitter French
Maria Bitter German
Maria Bitter Spanish
Maria Bitter Hebrew
Mariabella My Beautiful Mary Italian
Mariah Variant of Latin Mary bitter English
Mariah Variant of Latin Mary bitter French
Mariam Arabic form of Mary (bitter), mother of Jesus arabic
Mariam Arabic form of Mary Arabic
Mariama Popular W. African name meaning "gift of God." african
Mariamne rebellious hebrew
Mariamne Rebellious Hebrew
Marian Bitter French
Mariana compound name combining Marie and Anne, "bitter grace." romanian
Mariane Variant of Mary bitter. French
Marianne Bitter French
Maribel bitter, beautiful hebrew
Maribel Bitter Hebrew
Maribella Bitter Hebrew
Maribelle Bitter Hebrew
Marica a nymph romanian
Maricel Variant of Marcella Of Mars. Mars was mythological Roman god of fertility for whom the month March was named: mythologically identified with the Greek war god Ares. Spanish
Maricela Variant of Marcella Of Mars. Mars was mythological Roman god of fertility for whom the month March was named: mythologically identified with the Greek war god Ares. Spanish
Maricelia Variant of Marcella Of Mars. Mars was mythological Roman god of fertility for whom the month March was named: mythologically identified with the Greek war god Ares. Spanish
Maricella Variant of Marcella Of Mars. Mars was mythological Roman god of fertility for whom the month March was named: mythologically identified with the Greek war god Ares. Spanish
Maridith Protector of the sea. Old Welsh
Marie Variant of Latin Mary bitter English
Marie Variant of Latin Mary bitter French

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