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Names starting with Mor

Mortimer -   Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Muiriartach, meaning "mariner, seaman."
Mordecai - Anglicized form of Hebrew Mordekay, meaning "devotee of Marduk (Mars)" or "little man." In the bible, this is the name of a cousin of Queen Esther.
Morrissey - Irish surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Ó Muirgheasa "descendant of Muirgheas," hence "sea-taboo." 
Morwen - Short form of Cornish/Welsh Morwenna, meaning "maiden."
Morvarid - Persian form of Latin Margarita (English Margaret), meaning "pearl."
Mór - Irish and Scottish Gaelic name meaning "great."
Morven - English name derived from the Scottish place name Morvern, from Gaelic Mhorbhairne, meaning "the big gap."
Morpheus - Greek name derived from the word morphe, meaning "form, shape." In mythology, this is the name of a god of dreams.
Mordechai -  Variant spelling of English Mordecai, meaning "devotee of Marduk (Mars)" or "little man."
Morgan -  Welsh name, derived from ancient Celtic Morcant, probably meaning "sea circle." In use by the English as a unisex name.
Moray - Scottish form of English Murray, meaning "sea warrior."
Mordekay - Hebrew name of Persian origin, meaning "devotee of Marduk (Mars)" or "little man." In the bible, this is the name of a cousin of Queen Esther.
Morris - Medieval English form of Roman Latin Maurice, meaning "dark-skinned; Moor."
Morta - Lithuanian form of Greek Martha, meaning "lady, mistress." 
Morten - Danish and Norwegian form of Latin Martinus, meaning "of/like Mars."
Moriko - Japanese name meaning "forest child."
Morty - Pet form of English Morton "settlement on the moor," and Mortimer "dead sea."
Morag -  Hebrew unisex name meaning "threshing board." Compare with strictly feminine Morag.
Mórríghan - Irish myth name of a goddess of death and war, derived from Mhór Rioghain, meaning "great queen."
Morgen - Variant spelling of English Morgan, probably meaning "sea circle." 
Mora - English pet form of names beginning with Mor-.
Morwenna - Cornish and Welsh name, derived from the Welsh word morwyn, meaning "maiden."
Mordche - Yiddish form of Hebrew Mordekay, meaning "devotee of Marduk (Mars)" or "little man."
Móric - Hungarian form of Roman Latin Maurice, meaning "dark-skinned; Moor."
Moriya - Variant spelling of Hebrew Mowriyah, meaning "chosen by God." 
Morcant - Old Celtic name, probably composed of the elements mor "sea" and cant "circle," hence "sea circle."
Morency - Germanic form of Gallo-Roman Maurentius, meaning "of the Moors."
Morgane - English variant spelling of French Morgaine, probably meaning "sea circle."
Mort - Short form of English Morton "settlement on the moor," and Mortimer "dead sea."
Mordikai - Variant spelling of Hebrew Mordekay, meaning "devotee of Marduk (Mars)" or "little man."
Moriarty - Irish surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Ó Muircheartaigh "descendant of Muircheartach," hence "skilled seaman."
Morley - English surname transferred to forename use, from the name of numerous places composed of the Old English elements mor "marsh, moor," and leah "meadow, pasture," hence "marsh meadow."
Moritz - German form of Roman Latin Maurice, meaning "dark-skinned; Moor."
Moreen -   Anglicized pet form of Irish Gaelic M�r, meaning "great." 
Mordred - Old English Arthurian legend name of a Knight of the Round Table who was the illegitimate son and traitor of King Arthur, possibly meaning "sea counsel." He was brother (or half-brother) to Agravain, Gaheris, Gareth, and Gawain, and noted for having crowned himselfand married Guinevere while Arthur was waging war on Emperor Lucius of Rome. Hewas killed by Arthur at the Battle of Camlann. 
Morgana - Elaborated form of Welsh Morgan, probably meaning "sea circle."
Morrigan - Variant spelling of Irish Mórríghan, meaning "great queen."
Moriah - Anglicized form of Hebrew Mowriyah, meaning "chosen by God." In the bible, this is the name of the mountain where Abraham prepared to sacrifice Isaac to God.
Morna - Anglicized form of Irish and Scottish Gaelic Muirne, meaning "obstinacy, rebelliousness" or "their rebellion." 
Morgan -   Welsh name, derived from ancient Celtic Morcant, probably meaning "sea circle." In use by the English as a unisex name.
Morgen - English variant spelling of Welsh Morgan, probably meaning "sea circle." In use by the English as a unisex name.
Morag (hebrew - מוֹרַג):  Hebrew unisex name meaning "threshing board."

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