Mercedes - Spanish name derived from a title of the Virgin Mary, María de las Mercedes ("Mary of Mercies"), meaning "mercies."
Merab - Variant spelling of Hebrew Merav, meaning "increase, multiplication." In the bible, this is the name of the eldest daughter of King Saul. 
Mere - Maori form of English Mary, meaning "obstinacy, rebelliousness" or "their rebellion." 
Merodach - Hebrew form of Akkadian Marduk ("solar calf"), meaning "thy rebellion." In biblical times, this was the name of a Babylonian idol, probably the planet Mars, which like Saturn was regarded by ancient Semites as the author of bloodshed and slaughter, and was propitiated with human victims. Mordechai is a related name.
Mercia - Latin form of English Mercy, meaning "mercy."
Meredith - English unisex name derived from Welsh Meredydd, probably meaning "sea day" or "sea sun."
Mercury - Short form of Roman Mercurius, a name related to the word merx from which we get the words "mercantile," "merchandise," "mercenary," and even "mercy." In mythology, Mercury is a messenger god associated with Greek Hermês. Originally, though, he was a god of tradesmen and thieves. The first planet of the solar system was named after him. 
Merla - Feminine form of English unisex Merle, meaning "blackbird."
Merlyn - Unisex form of English Merlin, meaning "sea fort."
Mercy - English name derived from the vocabulary word, meaning "forgiveness, mercy."
Merfyn - Old Welsh name composed of the elements mer "marrow" and myn "eminent," hence "marrow-eminent."
Mervin - Variant spelling of English Mervyn, meaning "marrow-eminent."
Mererid - Feminine form of Welsh Meredydd, probably meaning "sea day" or "sea sun."
Merton - English surname transferred to forename use, derived from the name of various places composed of the Old English elements mere "lake, pool" and tun "enclosure, settlement," hence "lake settlement."
Merletta - Feminine pet form of English unisex Merle, meaning "blackbird."
Merianus - Variant form of Roman Latin Merinus, meaning "of the sea." This is the legendary name of a king of the Britons who was preceded by Clotenus.
Meryle - Variant spelling of English unisex Merrill, meaning "sea-bright."
Meri - Finnish name meaning "the sea."
Merit -   Egyptian name meaning "beloved."
Merlinus - Latin form of Welsh Myrddin, meaning "sea fort."
Mervyn - Anglicized form of Welsh Merfyn, meaning "marrow-eminent."
Merv - Short form of English Mervin, meaning "marrow-eminent."
Merrilyn - Variant spelling of English Marilyn, meaning "rebel-lake."
Meriwether - English surname transferred to forename use, derived from a byname for someone having a sunny disposition, composed of the Middle English elements merry "cheerful, lively" and wether "weather," hence "cheerful weather."
Merikh - Variant spelling of Mirrikh, the Arabic and Persian name for the planet Mars, possibly meaning "death, slaughter." 
Meryem - Turkish form of Hebrew Miryam, meaning "obstinacy, rebelliousness" or "their rebellion." 
Merrick - English surname transferred to forename use, from an Old Norman French personal name composed of the Germanic elements mari/meri "fame" and ric "power," hence "famous power." 
Meraud - Cornish name of uncertain derivation. It could be a Cornish form of French Méraud, meaning "emerald," or it may be a feminine form of Welsh Meredydd, possibly meaning "sea day" or "sea sun."
Merete - Danish form of Greek Margarites, meaning "pearl."
Merlín - Spanish form of Latin Merlinus, meaning "sea fort."
Merari - Anglicized form of Hebrew Merariy, meaning "bitter, unhappy." In the bible, this is the name of the third son of Levi.
Mert - Egyptian name meaning "lover of silence."
Merav - Variant spelling of Hebrew Merab, meaning "increase, multiplication." 
Mercher - Welsh form of Roman Mercury, a name related to the word merx from which we get the words "mercantile," "merchandise," "mercenary," and even "mercy."
Merle - English unisex name, derived from the Old French word merle, meaning "blackbird." It first came to public notice in the 1930s with the actress Merle Oberon, and is mostly given to girls.
Merikano -  Probably a Romani form of Czech/Polish Marek, meaning "defense" or "of the sea."
Merideth - Feminine variant of English unisex Meredith, meaning "sea day" or "sea sun."
Merrill - English surname transferred to unisex forename use, derived from the personal name Meriel, meaning "sea-bright."
Meriel - Variant spelling of English Muriel, meaning "sea-bright."
Meryl - Variant spelling of English unisex Merrill, meaning "sea-bright."
Mered - Hebrew name meaning "rebellion." In the bible, this is the name of a son of Ezra.
Mercurius - Roman name related to the word merx from which we get the words "mercantile," "merchandise," "mercenary," and even "mercy." In mythology, Mercurius is a messenger god associated with Greek Hermês. Originally, though, he was a god of tradesmen and thieves. 
Meredydd - Variant spelling of Welsh Maredudd, probably meaning "sea day" or "sea sun."
Merinus - Variant spelling of Roman Latin Marinus, meaning "of the sea."
Merritt - English surname transferred to unisex forename use, from the Old English term moere gaet, meaning "boundary gate." 
Merilyn - Variant spelling of English Marilyn, meaning "rebel-lake."
Mergim - Albanian name meaning "foreign; stranger."
Merariy - Hebrew name meaning "bitter, unhappy." In the bible, this is the name of the third son of Levi.
Merten - Low German form of French Martin, meaning "of/like Mars."
Merryn - Cornish form of Latin Marina, meaning "of the sea." Given in dedication of the Christian saint Marina.
Merry - Originally a form of English Mercy "forgiveness, mercy," today it this name is usually chosen form its association with the word "cheerful" and "jolly." 
Merrion - Variant spelling of Welsh Meirion, meaning "like Marius."
Meredith - English unisex name derived from Welsh Meredydd, probably meaning "sea day" or "sea sun."
Merit - Variant spelling of English unisex Merritt, meaning "boundary gate." Compare with strictly feminine Merit.
Merle - English unisex name, derived from the Old French word merle, meaning "blackbird." It first came to public notice in the 1930s with the actress Merle Oberon, and is mostly given to girls.
Merlin - English form of Latin Merlinus, the name of a famous wizard of Arthurian legend, meaning "sea-fort."Merlin was introduced into Arthurian legend by Geoffrey of Monmouth. According toGeoffrey, Merlin was the son of a demon and a princess. He became known for his prophetic abilities at a very young age and was consulted by King Vortigern to explain why his castle kept collapsing. Merlin revealed that there was an underground lake in which two dragons slept, a white one and a red one, representing the Saxons and Britons, and this was the portent for things to come. He is also called Myrddin Emrys, meaning "Merlin the Immortal." 
Merlyn - Unisex form of English Merlin, meaning "sea fort."
Merrill - English surname transferred to unisex forename use, derived from the personal name Meriel, meaning "sea-bright."
Merritt - English surname transferred to unisex forename use, from the Old English term moere gaet, meaning "boundary gate." 
Meryl - Variant form of English unisex Merrill, meaning "sea-bright."
Meryle - Variant spelling of English unisex Merrill, meaning "sea-bright."
Méraud - French surname transferred to forename use, derived from the word emeraude, meaning "emerald."
Meri - Hebrew name meaning "bitter" and "rebellious." 

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