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81 Mogue Irish Name of a saint. M
82 Moncreiffe Scottish From the hill of the sacred bough. M
83 Monroe Gaelic From the red swamp. M
84 Monroe Latin From the red marsh. M
85 Monroe Scottish From the river's mouth. M
86 Montae Italian Mountain. Abbreviation of Montague and Montgomery. M
87 Montae Spanish Mountain. Abbreviation of Montague and Montgomery. M
88 Montague French Pointed hill. Steep mountain. More commonly found as a surname, although used occasionally as a first name. M
89 Montague Latin From the peaked mountain. M

90 Montague Shakespearean 'King Henry the Sixth, Part III' Marquis of Montague. 'The Tragedy of Romeo And Juliet' Romeo's father, Head of the Montague house, at variance with the Capulets. M
91 Montaine French Mountain. M
92 Monte English From the wealthy man's mountain. M
93 Monte French Diminutive of Montgomery: Mountain belonging to the ruler. Also can be a diminutive of Montague: Pointed hill. Steep mountain. M
94 Monte Italian Mountain. Abbreviation of Montague and Montgomery. M
95 Monte Spanish Mountain. Abbreviation of Montague and Montgomery. M
96 Montie English Mountain. Abbreviation of Montague and Montgomery. M
97 Montrelle Italian Mountain. Abbreviation of Montague and Montgomery. M
98 Montrelle Spanish Mountain. Abbreviation of Montague and Montgomery. M
99 Moonshine Shakespearean A Midsummer Night's Dream' Starveling, a tailor, acts as Moonshine in the play within the play. M
100 Moore French Dark skinned. M