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# Name Origin Meaning Gender Save

101 Manda Hindi Pivotal. F
102 Manda Latin Lovable. F
103 Manda Spanish Battle maid. F
104 Mandara Hindi From Mandara. F
105 Mandisa African Sweetness. Sweet. (South African) F
106 Mandisa Egyptian Sweet. F
107 Mania Latin Mother of souls. F
108 Manina Polish Warlike. F
109 Mannara Greek Shining. F

110 Manoela Spanish God is with us. Variant of Manuel. F
111 Manuela Hebrew Feminine form of Emanuel: God is with us; god is among us. F
112 Manuela Spanish God is with us. F
113 Manya Russian Bitter. F
114 Maola Irish Handmaiden. F
115 Mara Biblical Bitter, bitterness F
116 Mara English Bitter. The biblical Naomi claimed the name Mara as an expression of grief after the deaths of her husband and sons; Variant of Mary; Abbreviation of Tamara. F
117 Mara Hebrew Bitter. In the Bible, Naomi adopted the name Mara after the death of her husband and two sons. F
118 Mara Hungarian Bitter or grace. F
119 Mara Italian Bitter. F
120 Mara Russian Bitter. F