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Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Ma
Maaike
Maaja

Great; mother

Greek

Maarchje
Maartje
Maarva

Lady; mistress of the house

Aramaic

Maayan
#3,105 (0.0004%)  
Mab

Joy, hilarity; baby

Welsh

Mabe
Mabel

Lovable

Latin

#420 (0.0503%)  
Mabelle

Lovable

English

Mabelline
Mable

Lovable

English

#3,192 (0.0004%)  
Macaela

Who resembles God?

Hebrew

Macarena
Macaria

Blessed

Spanish

Macarisa

Blessed

Spanish

Macarria

Blessed

Spanish

Maccaria

Blessed

Spanish

Malitta

Honey-sweet

Greek

Malka

Queen

Hebrew

#1,012 (0.0122%)  
Malkah

Queen

Hebrew

Malke

Queen

Hebrew

Malkia

Queen

Hebrew

Malkie

Queen

Hebrew

Mallantha

Dark flower

Greek

Mallary

Unlucky

French

Malva

Slender, delicate

Greek

Mallerey

Unlucky

French

Malvie

Smooth brow

English

Mallery

Unlucky

French

Malvina

Smooth brow

English

Mallie

Star of the sea; sweet

Latin

#2,962 (0.0005%)  
Mallina

Honey

Greek

Malynda

Sweet

Latin

Mallissa

Bee; honey

Greek

Malyssandre

Animal strength

German

Mallorca
Mame

Star of the sea

Latin

Mamie

A variant form of Mary.

Latin

Malloree

Unlucky

French

Malloreigh

Unlucky

French

Mammie
Mallorey

Unlucky

French

Mallori

Unlucky

French

Mallorie

Unlucky

French

#2,243 (0.0015%)  
Mallory

Unlucky

French

#519 (0.0381%)  
Mana
#3,067 (0.0004%)  
Mally

Sweet

Latin

Manang

From mature to melodic, girl names that start with M are riddled across the U.S. Top 100 and beyond. A letter with maternal ties, M is warm and inviting, the perfect starting point for a name. M names for girls are multifaceted with everything from mischievous monikers to matronly mavens joining its ranks.

Parents are loving the softness of baby girl names starting with M and it shows across the charts whether it’s with unisex lovelies Mackenzie and Morgan or timeless classics like Mary and Margaret. The most popular girl names that start with M are the familiar faces of Mia and Madison, two names that have hit the Top 10 running in recent years. Right at their heels are newcomers Mila and Maya, short and sweet cuties with modern appeal.

While the letter continues to dominate the charts, there are many unique girl names that start with M who remain ripe for the picking. Parents who love nature names for girls are in for a treat with Meadow while mysterious beauties like Mirielle and Moira will dazzle those looking for something less common. Best of all, the letter’s worldwide use makes baby girl names that start with M a bountiful sea of different origins whether you’re loving Latin names like Marcella or nuts about Native American names like Mahala.