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Names Like Maeja

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Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Maaja

Great; mother

Greek

Maja

Great; mother

Greek


What names are similar to Maeja?

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Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Baja

Lower

Spanish

Daija

Already, remembrance

Spanish

Deja

Already, remembrance

Spanish

Kaija

Life

Hebrew

Mada

Woman from Magdala

Hebrew

Mae

The fifth month

English

Maeko

Truth child

Japanese

Maemi

Smile of truth

Japanese

Maery
Maeve

Intoxicating

Irish

Mahra

Bitter

Hebrew

Maia

Great; mother

Greek

Maida

Maiden; young, unmarried woman

English

Maiga

Pearl

Greek

Maira

Irish

Maisa

Table

Spanish

Maiya

Rice valley

Japanese

Maj

Great; mother; the fifth month

Greek

Maji

Noble glory

Arabic

Mala

Woman from Magdala; the fifth month

Hebrew

Malea

Perhaps, probably

Polynesian

Maleia

Perhaps, probably

Polynesian

Malia

Of the sea

Polynesian

Mara

Bitter

Hebrew

Maria

Of the sea

Latin

Marja

Star of the sea

Latin

Marje

Star of the sea

Latin

Marji

Pearl

Greek

Marjo
Marjy

French

Marra

Everlasting; bitter

Latin

Masha

Star of the sea

Latin

Mata

Lady; mistress of the house

Aramaic

Matha

Lady; mistress of the house

Aramaic

Maura

“The maid from Mauretania,” the land of the Moors, in allusion to their swarthiness, from the Greek mauros, dark.

Irish

Mayda

Maiden

English

Mayra

Irish

Maysa

Graceful

Arabic

Mea

Scandinavian

Meda

The sea

Greek

Meeca

Who resembles God?

Hebrew

Meeka

Lord

Latin

Meena

Fish

Indian (Sanskrit)

Meera

Light; saintly woman

Israeli

Mela

Black, dark-skinned

Greek

Mena

Love

German

Mera

Aristocratic lady, princess; princess; treetop, proverb, or sheaf of corn; aristoctaric lady, princess

Hebrew

Mesa

Table

Spanish

Meta

“The goal,” from the Latin meta, a post used to mark the goal in ancient Roman races.

German

Meya

Scandinavian

Moja

Great; mother

Scandinavian

Raja

Hope

Arabic

Taija

Crown

Indian (Sanskrit)

Taja

Crown

Indian (Sanskrit)


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