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Names starting with Mil

Milo - Latin name derived from the word miles, meaning "soldier."
Mildred - Modern spelling of Middle English Mildredd, meaning "gentle strength."
Milana - Feminine form of Czech Milan, a short form of Slavic names containing the element mil, meaning "favor, grace." Compare with Milada. This name was adopted by the Italians in the early 1900s, and eventually came to be used as a contracted form of María Elena.
Milan - Czech name derived from Slavic mil, meaning "favor, grace." 
Mila - Pet form of Slavic names containing the element mil, meaning "favor, grace." 
Millie - Pet form of English Milicent, meaning "strong worker."
Millicent - Variant spelling of English Milicent, meaning "strong worker."
Milly - Variant spelling of English Millie, meaning "strong worker."
Milena - Variant spelling of Czech Milana, a short form of Slavic names containing the element mil, meaning "favor, grace." 
Milk-qart - Phoenician name, composed of the elements melk "king" and qart "city," hence "king of the city." In mythology, this is the name of the tutelary god of Tyre. Some believe Milk-qart began as a sea god.
Mildredd - Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon Mildryth, meaning "gentle strength."
Miloslav - Czech form of Polish Miłosław, meaning "favor glory."
Milla - English short form of Roman Latin Camilla, possibly meaning "attendant (for a temple)."
Miliani - Hawaiian name meaning "gentle caress."
Miljan - Serbian name meaning "charming."
Mile - Middle English name of uncertain origin, but commonly associated with Latin Milo, meaning "soldier." 
Milada - Pet form of Czech names containing the Slavic element mil, meaning "favor, grace." Compare with Milana. 
Milosh -  Possibly a Romani form of Czech Miloš, meaning "favor glory."
MiloŇ° - Pet form of Czech Miloslav, meaning "favor glory."
Milford - English surname transferred to forename use, derived from the name of numerous places composed of the Old English elements mylen "mill" and ford "ford," hence "mill ford."
Milon - Diminutive form of Latin Milo ("soldier"), hence "little soldier." Milon is a name celebrated in the ancient British lays; one translated by Marie de France is entitled Lai de Milun.
Milisent - English variant spelling of Norman French Melisent, meaning "strong worker."
Milicent - Variant spelling of English Milisent, meaning "strong worker."
Miloslava - Feminine form of Czech Miloslav, meaning "favor glory."
Millesant - Variant spelling of English Milisent, meaning "strong worker."
Miljana - Serbian name meaning "charming."
Milton - English surname transferred to forename use, form the name of various places, most of which were derived from the Old English word mylentun, meaning "mill settlement."
Milun - French form of Latin Milon, meaning "little soldier." 
Milburga - Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements milde "gentle" and burg "fortress," hence "gentle fortress."
Milintica - Nahuatl name meaning "fire; he is waving."
Milinka - Serbian name meaning "grace."
Mil - Irish legend name (Mil Espane "Mil of Spain") of the father of Éibhear Dunn and Éibhear Finn, who conquered Ireland. Possibly derived from the Latin word miles, meaning "soldier."
Miltiades - Old Greek name derived from the word miltos, meaning "red earth."
Milburn - English surname transferred to forename use, from the name of a place in Cumbria, composed of the Old English elements mylen "mill" and burna "stream," hence "mill-stream."
Millard - English surname transferred to forename use, from a variant of the surname Millward, a form of Millweard, an old Anglo-Saxon occupational surname composed of the Old English elements mylen "mill" and weard "guardian," hence "mill-guard."
Mildryth - Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements milde "gentle" and þryð "strength," hence "gentle strength."
Milagros - Spanish name derived from a title of the Virgin Mary, Nuestra Senora de los Milagros ("Our Lady of Miracles"), meaning "miracles."
Mildreth - Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon Mildryth, meaning "gentle strength."

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