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For a fuller description and a Bible reference or an explanation of the religious connection, please click on the name which will take you to a more in depth explanation and history of the Biblical name starting with M.

This list of Biblical or christian girl names starting with the letter M has a number of unique and interesting biblical names.

The in depth explanation of the name, also includes a historical figure or Saint with that name so you are able to see whether the name you are thinking of for your baby is likely to suit their personality. Unless, of course, you are looking up the meaning of your own name and wondering who else was called that.

Christian name Meaning
  Madonna   (pronounced muh-don-uh) and originates in Italian meaning "my lady".
  Magdalene   (pronounced mag-duh-lin) originates in Hebrew and means "woman of Magdala" which is a village on the sea of Galilee.
  Mahalath   (pronounced ma-hal-uth) originates in Hebrew and means "harp".
  Mahlah   (pronounced ma-la) origins and meaning are unknown.
  Mara   (pronounced ma-ruh) originating in Hebrew and meaning bitter.
  Marcella   (pronounced mar-sel-uh) and is regarded as the feminine form of Marcus which originates in Latin for Mars the god of war.
  Margaret   (pronounced mar-gar-et) originates in the Latin margarita, which in turn originated in the Greek word margaron, and means pearl.
  Marian   (pronounced ma-ree-uhn) was a derivative of Mary.
  Mary   (pronounced may-re) originates in Hebrew and means bitterness or trouble.
  Matilda   (pronounced mah-til-duh) originates in German and means strength in battle.
  Matred   (pronounced mah-tred) and the meaning for this highly unusual name is disputed. The most accepted meaning is pushing forward.
  Mehetabel   (pronounced meh-ta-bel) and the meaning for this highly unusual name is God does good.
  Melanie   (pronounced mel-uh-nee) originates in the Greek word melaina meaning dark.
  Merab   (pronounced mer-ab) and the meaning for this highly unusual name is "increasing".
  Mercedes   (pronounced mer-see-deez) originating in Spanish and meaning mercy.
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