MAYLIS
GENDER: Feminine
USAGE: French
Meaning & History
From the name of a town in southern France, possibly derived from Occitan mair "mother" and French lys "lily". It is also sometimes considered a combination of MARIE and lys.
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OTHER LANGUAGES: Maia (Basque), Mariona, Ona (Catalan), Maja, Mare, Marica, Mojca (Croatian), Madlenka, Maja, Marika (Czech), Maiken, Maja, Majken, Mia, Marianne (Danish), Maaike, Marieke, Mariëtte, Marijke, Marike, Mariska, Marita, Meike, Mia, Mieke, Miep, Mies, Ria, Jet, Manon, Marianne, Marijse, Marjan (Dutch), Maureen, Mia, Mae, Mamie, Maralyn, Marian, Marianne, Mariel, Marilyn, Marilynn, Marinda, Marion, Marlyn, Marylyn, May, Mayme, Merilyn, Merrilyn, Mollie, Molly, Mya, Pollie, Polly (English), Maarika, Marika (Estonian), Jaana, Maarika, Maija, Mari, Marika, Marita, Maritta, Marjatta, Marjukka, Marjut, Miia, Mirja, Marianne (Finnish), Maike, Mareike (Frisian), Maike, Maja, Mareike, Mariele, Marita, Meike, Mia, Mitzi, Ria, Marianne (German), Marika (Greek), Mari, Marica, Marika, Mariska (Hungarian), Mæja (Icelandic), Mairenn, Máirín, Maureen, Mallaidh, Maurine (Irish), Mariella, Marietta, Mimi (Italian), Malle, Molle (Medieval English), Maiken, Maja, Mia, Marianne (Norwegian), Maja, Marika, Maryla, Marzena (Polish), Mariazinha (Portuguese), Manya, Masha, Maryana (Russian), Maja, Marica (Serbian), Maja, Marika (Slovak), Maja, Marica, Mojca (Slovene), Marita (Spanish), Maritza (Spanish (Latin American)), Maja, Majken, Mia, My, Marianne (Swedish), Mairwen (Welsh), Mirele (Yiddish)
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