Boy Names that Contain "mac"

"mac" names for baby girls, with 106 entries. "mac" names are somewhat popular as baby girl names. The names' popularity increased from the 1970s up to the 2000s. Their usage peaked modestly in 2001 with 0.496% of baby girls being given "mac" names. Within the top 1000 baby names then, there were 5 "mac" names. The names have slipped in popularity since then. In 2018, their total usage was 0.261% with 4 "mac" names listed among the top 1000. Among all "mac" names, Mackenzie (English, Gaelic, and Scottish) was the most widely used, with a ranking of #106 and a usage of 0.1522%.


the child is a gift of God ... origin is African-Igbo ... variant transcription of Amachi ...
the child is a gift of God ... has its origins in the African-Igbo ... variant form of Amachi ...
the child is a gift of God ... has its origins in the African-Igbo ... variant transcription of Amachi ...
the child is a gift of God ... derived from African-Igbo origins ... variation of Amachi ...
the child is a gift of God ... language of origin is African-Igbo ... an irregularly used baby girl name ...
the child is a gift of God ... has its origins in the African-Igbo ... derivative of Amachi ...
the child is a gift of God ... origin is African-Igbo ... variant form of Amachi ... not in the top 1000 names ...
the child is a gift of God ... language of origin is African-Igbo ... variation of Amachi ...
she who is victorious over men ...is of Old Greek origin ... variant of Andromaca ...
she who is victorious over men ... has its origins in the Old Greek ... not frequently used as a baby girl ...
battle of a man ... origin of Andromacha is the Old Greek ... variant transcription of Andromache ...
battle of a man ... used predominantly in English and ... not widely used as a baby name for ...
immaculate conception of the Virgin ... used predominantly in the Portuguese ... variation of Inmaculada ...
immaculate ... origin is Latin, and its use, Italian ... first name is associated with one of the many ...
immaculate conception of the Virgin ... largely used in the Spanish ... variant transcription of Inmaculada ...
immaculate conception of the Virgin ... origin and use are both in the Spanish language ...
from Jamaica ...The origin of Jamacia is English ... variant transcription of Jamaica ...
released from battle ... has its origins in the Old Greek ... variation of Lysimache ...
released from battle ... language of origin is Old Greek ... an unusual baby name for girls ...
released from battle ... derived from Old Greek origins ... variation of Lysimache ...
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