Neutral names starting with M
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An alphabetical list of neutral names starting with M, continued from the names page, which see for more information. These are neutral-gender names, otherwise known as unisex names. They are equally appropriate for girls, boys, and people of any gender. In English-speaking countries, some of the most familiar gender-neutral names starting with M include Max, Mel, Merle, Mo, and Morgan. However, there are many more unisex names from around the world that start with M, more than 240 of them, as listed below. Previous page: neutral names starting with L. Next page: neutral names starting with N.
Maachah (מַעֲכָה). Hebrew. Meaning "To press, to squeeze" and "Oppression." In the Hebrew Bible, this name is used for men and women: a son of Nahor, and one of King David's wives. Variant: Maakah. In the USA, Social Security Administration (SSA) data shows fewer than 10 people with the name Maachah. Keywords: Biblical, inauspicious meaning, political, rare, two syllables
Maayan (מַעֲיָן). Hebrew. Meaning "Spring of water." In the USA, about 98 people have this given name, 99% of whom are girls, but it's sometimes considered unisex. Keywords: elements, feminine inclined, nature, places, two syllables, water
Macaulay. English. From the Gaelic surname. Meaning "Son of Amhalghadh," which was itself a masculine given name with an unknown meaning. In the USA, about 79 people have the given name Macaulay, 96% of whom are boys, and it's sometimes considered unisex. Variants: Maccaulay (unisex), Macauley (masculine), Macauly (masculine). Keywords: masculine inclined, three syllables, unknown meaning
Macey. English. From the surname Macey, ultimately from the masculine given name Matthew. Meaning "Gift of God." In the USA, about 850 people have the given name Macey, 99% of whom are girls. Variants: Macie (in the USA, about 2015 people have the given name Macie, 100% of whom are girls), Macy (in the USA, about 2976 people have the given name Macy, 98% of whom are girls).  Keywords: feminine inclined, two syllables
Machlah (מַחְלָה). Hebrew. Possibly meaning "Weak, sick," or "disease." In the Hebrew Bible, this name is used for men and women, including a Gileadite (whose gender isn't known), and one of Zelophehad's daughters. Variants: Maala (Μααλα, Greek and Latin Bible), Mahala (English; in the USA, Social Security Administration data shows it 100% used for girls), Mahalah (in the USA, SSA data shows it 100% used for girls), Mahlah (in the USA, SSA data shows it 100% used for girls), Mahalia (English; in the USA, SSA data shows it 100% used for girls). Keywords: Biblical, feminine inclined, inauspicious meaning, two syllables
Mack. Short form of many names starting with Mac, Mag, or Max, which themselves could be feminine, masculine, or neutral names. In the USA, 99% of people with the given name Mack are boys, and it's sometimes considered unisex.
Makoto (まこと). Japanese. Meaning "Trust" (信), "True" (真), "Truth" (誠), "Fruit," (実) or other meanings depending on kanji spelling.
Masami (まさみ). Japanese. Meaning depends on kanji spelling.
Murphy. Gaelic. Masculine name. Meaning “Seaman or Mariner”.
Murray. Gaelic. Masculine name. Meaning “A place near the sea”.