M is for May, Mabel, Melissa, Monique, and more! Find the perfect M name for your baby girl right here.
Marie is the French version of the classic Mary. It's a very royal name with several European queens bearing the name, most... Read more about Marie
You can thank The Beatles for Michelle's entrace into the girl name hall of fame in the 70s and 80s. Their song "Michelle"... Read more about Michelle
Mamma Mia, is Mia a hot hot name right now! Short and sweet, parents seem to be gravitating towards this name by the boatload... Read more about Mia
There's a great story with this name: the word Melissa originates from a mythological Greek nymph who fed honey to the infant... Read more about Melissa
Mary is the mother of all girl names (get it?). Being the name of several significant women in the Bible–including Mary... Read more about Mary
If you can get past the definition of the name's origin (see above), Maria really is a lovely girls name... and anything... Read more about Maria
Most always given as a girl's name today, Madison is wildly popular: know that yours will share her name with many others!... Read more about Madison
Want to name your baby Pearl but think it's too old-fashioned? Try Megan instead, a Welsh name that means "pearl." It's not... Read more about Megan
Are you hoping for a diva baby with a set of golden pipes? Then Mariah away! The name is indelibly associated with glamorous... Read more about Mariah
Molly, a pet form of the classic Mary, has been around since the Middle Ages and has been a consistently popular name in... Read more about Molly
Mercy is one of those virtue names that has never quite achieved the fame of Grace and Faith—in fact, it's downright obscure... Read more about Mercy
Madeline is a variation of Magdalene which references the biblical Mary Magdalene. This sweetly old-fashioned name has been... Read more about Madeline
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From the Shakespearean play Much Ado About Nothing. Also the name of Queen Elizabeth's spirited only sister and the name... Read more about Margaret
Greek: Dark; the name of a Roman saint who became a great religious philanthropist
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The name Mackenzie for a girl seemingly appeared out of nowhere in the mid-70s. Most contribute its popularity to the actress... Read more about Mackenzie
From the Shakespearean play The Tempest Read more about Miranda
Marissa is the friendlier, girlier version of the far less popular Maris. It's a great name choice if you are looking for... Read more about Marissa
Armenian: Biblical name meaning rebellious
Hebrew: Rebellious; an original variant of Mary
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French: Unfortunate. Ill-fated.
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Welsh: Magnificent chief or protector
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English: Bitter. The biblical Naomi claimed the name Mara as an expression of grief after the deaths of her husband and sons. Also...
Hebrew: Bitter; The biblical Naomi claimed the name Mara as an expression of grief after the deaths of her husband and sons. Mara...
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Mikayla is the phonetic version of the Hebrew Michaela and a feminine form of Michael. It's really gained in popularity in... Read more about Mikayla
English: Derived from the Latin word for myrrh, and possibly a variant of the name Myrna; Myra may also have been invented by the...
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Aramaic: Lady; The biblical Martha was sister to Lazarus and Mary.
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Mckenzie is an alternate spelling of the ever-popular Mackenzie, and less commonly used. Read more about Mckenzie
Maggie is the spunky, tomboyish form of Margaret. It feels very fun and modern, but is still a good throwback to it's classic... Read more about Maggie
Though the popular perception is that Michaela is a relatively new name, and a version of Michelle, the exact opposite is... Read more about Michaela
What's the point of creating a spelling variation with a silent letter? Who knows, maybe Meghan. This pearl of a name is... Read more about Meghan