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41 Melody Greek Music; song. F
42 Mercy English Mercy. Merciful. F
43 Mercy French Merciful. F
44 Mercy Latin Compassion; forbearance. F
45 Mercy Spanish Diminutive of Mercedes: Mercy. Derived from one of the Spanish titles for the Virgin Mary (Maria de las Mercedes). F
46 Merry English Merry; mirthful; joyous. Also an abbreviation of Meredith. F
47 Merry Welsh Diminutive of Meredith: Magnificent. Great chief. Great lady. Used for both genders, but most common among girls. F
48 Milly English Diminutive of Mildred: Mild of strength. Also a diminutive of the Latin Emily, from Aemilia, the feminine form of the Roman family name Aemilius. F
49 Milly German Strength, determination; industrious. Diminutive of Millicent or Amelia: From the Old German word for labour, and the Latin Aemilia. F

50 Milly Latin Diminutive of Camilla: Servant for the temple; Free-born; noble. Feminine form of Camillus. Famous bearer: Roman mythological Volscian warrior queen Camilla. Fanny Burney's 18th century novel 'Camilla'. F
51 Mindy English Abbreviation of Melinda. F
52 Mindy German Love. F
53 Minny Teutonic Loving memory. F
54 Minty English Diminutive of Araminta: Thought to be a compound of Arabella and Aminta, invented by Restoration dramatist Sir John Vanbrugh. F
55 Minty Greek Diminutive of Aminta: Protector. F
56 Minty Latin Diminutive of Aminta: Protector. A 17th century literary invention inspired by the Greek name for protector. F
57 Missy Greek Bee. Famous bearer: Melissa, Mythological princess of Crete transformed to a bee after learning to collect honey. F
58 Misty English Misty. F
59 Modesty English Modesty. F
60 Modesty Latin Without conceit; modest. F