M μ מ 美 y
- From: Medieval feminine form of Latin AMABILIS
- Meaning: Lovable
- Quenya: Melima (melima = adj. loveable)
- From: Gaelic surname Mac Coinnich. Variants include: McKenzie, Makenzie.
- Meaning: Son of Coinneach (which means ‘handsome’)
- Quenya: Vanimion (vanima+[-ion] = adj. beautiful+[patronymic suffix ‘son of’])
- From: An English surname
- Meaning: Son of Maud which is the medieval form of Matilda, coming from Germanic roots and meaning “strength in battle”
- Quenya: Túrohtion (túrë+ohta+[ion] = strength+battle+[‘son of’ patronymic suffix] OR Túrohtiel (túrë+ohta+[-iel] = strength+battle+[‘daughter of’ patronymic suffix]
- From: A Hebrew title related to the village of Magdala, where supposedly Mary Magdalene came from.
- Meaning: Magdala means “tower”
- Quenya: Mindonië (mindon+[ië] = tower, turret+[feminine names suffix]) OR Tirionië (tirion+[ië] = watchtower, tower+[feminine names suffix])
- From: Scandinavian form of Late Latin name
- Meaning: Great
- Quenya: Alton (alta+[on] = adj. great, large, big+[masculine names suffix])
- From: Feminine diminutive form of Maria extensively used in several languages.
- Meaning: See Maria entry here.
- Quenya: Eärarincë (ëar+sára+[incë] = sea+bitter+[diminutive suffix]) OR Meriwincë (merë+winë+[incë] = wish+baby+[diminutive suffix])
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- From: Germanic elements magan & frið .
- Meaning: Magan means strength & frið means peace
- Quenya: Túreraino (túrë+rainë+[o] = strength+peace+[masculine names suffix])
- From: French feminine of MARCELLVS, originally a Roman family name diminutive of MARCVS. Variants include: Marcella, Marcela, Marsaili, etc.
- Meaning: Probably derived from Mars, the Roman god
- Quenya: Carnilië (Carnil+[ië] = Mars+[feminine names suffix])
- From: Latinate form of Margaret derived from Latin MARGARITA originally coming from Greek μαργαριτης (margarites). Variant forms include: Margareth, Mairead, Maisie, Marjorie, Marge, Markéta, Gretchen, Margherita, Reeta, Margreet, Greet, Märta, Margaux, etc.
- Meaning: Pearl
- Quenya: Marilla (marilla = n. pearl)
- From: Latin form of the New Testament Greek names Μαριαμ (Mariam) and Μαρια (Maria) – the spellings are interchangeable – which were from the Hebrew name מִרְיָם (Miryam). Variant forms: Mary, Miriam, Myriam, Mariam, Marija, Maryla, Meryem.
- Meaning: Not known for certain, but theories include “Sea of bitterness” & “Wished for child”
- Quenya: Eärarë (ëar+sára+[ë] = sea+bitter+[feminine names suffix]) OR Meriwinë (merë+winë = wish+baby)
- From: Spanish contraction of María & Isabel.
- Meaning: See Maria and Isabel entry here.
- Quenya: Eärvandië (Fusion and contraction of both etymological equivalents of Maria and Isabel already composed here. Check the explanations on both entries.)
- From: Portuguese variation and possible diminutive form of Latin MARIA. Variants include: Molly, Mollie, Marielle, Mariette, Mia, Maja, Marita, Mairwen, Mae, etc.
- Meaning: See Maria entry here.
- Quenya: Eärarincë (ëar+sára+[-incë] = sea+bitter+[diminutive suffix]) OR Merwinincë (merë+winë+[-incë] = wish+baby+[diminutive suffix])
- From: English combination of Mary (see Maria entry here) & Lynn, an English surname which was derived from Welsh llyn
- Meaning: See Maria entry here. Llyn means lake
- Quenya: Sárailin (sára+ailin = bitter+lake, pool)
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