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Marcelina dedicated to Mars ... used predominantly in Polish, ... derived from Latin origins ... variation of Marcella ...

Maren sea of bitterness; rebelliousness; ... has its origins in the Latin and Hebrew ... form of Marin ...

Margarite pearl ... language of origin is Old Greek and it is used ... variant form of Margaret ... ranked at #958 then ...

Margene pearl ... has its origins in the Old Greek language ... variant transcription of Margaret ...

Margueritta pearl ... origin of Margueritta is the Old Greek ... derivative of Marguerite ... a rare baby name for girls ...

Margurite pearl ... language of origin is Old Greek and it is used ... variant spelling of Marguerite ...

Marin of the sea ... of Latin origin ... used mainly in English, French, and Polish ... form of Marina ...

Markita pearl ... a Czech and English name of Old Greek ... derivative of Margaret ... Its ranking then was #962 ...

Marlana ... of Germanic origin ... variant form of Marlene ... uncommon as a baby girl name ...

Marleigh pleasant wood ... of Old English origin ... form of Marlee ... somewhat popular as a baby girl name ...

Marlen ... language of origin is Germanic and it is ... form of Marlene ... an uncommon baby girl name ...

Marlie pleasant wood ... has its origins in the Old English and ... used largely in English ... form of Marlee ...

Marolyn sea of bitterness; rebelliousness; ...is largely used in the English language ... unusual as a baby girl name ...

Marti lady; war-like, dedicated to Mars ... of Aramaic and Latin origin ... used mainly in English ...

Marybelle beloved of Amun; pregnant mother; ... has its origins in the Spanish ... variant transcription of Maribel ...

Marylouise fame, loud; fighter, warrior ... of Germanic and English origin ... used mainly in the English language ...

Masako proper child; truthful child ... origin, as well as its use, is in the Japanese ... variation of Maeko ...

Matie lady; mighty in battle ... language of origin is Aramaic and Germanic, and ... contraction of Martha ...

Matilde mighty in battle ... mainly used in French, German, ... variant form of Matilda ... Its ranking then was #920 ...

Maylee resembling a wild-flower ...The origin of Maylee is Hawaiian ... variant of Maylea ... was #987 in rank then ...

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