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MAKSYMA f Polish
Polish form of Maxima.
Polish form of Maximian.
Feminine form of Maksymilian.
Polish form of Maximinus (see Maximino).
MAKTUB f Uzbek
Means "letter, epistle" in Uzbek.
MÂĸUJUK m & f Greenlandic
Means "the one who often moans/wails" in Greenlandic.
MAKYA f & m Native American, Hopi
Means "hunting eagle" in Hopi.
MAKYLA f English (Modern)
Probably an altered form of Makayla, influenced by similar-sounding names such as Kyla or Micah.
MAKYLE m English (American)
A variation of the name Michael and or the Russian version Mikhail.
MAL f & m English
Pet form of Malcolm and Mallory.
MAL m Welsh
Diminutive of Maldwyn.
MALACHAI m English
Variant of Malachi.
MALACHIA m Italian
Italian form of Malachi.
MALACHIAS m Biblical Greek
Biblical Greek form of Mal'akhiy (see Malachi).
French form of Malachi.
MALACHITE m & f English (Rare)
From the name of the mineral. The stone's name derives from Greek μαλαχίτης (λίθος) (malachíti̱s (líthos)) meaning "mallow stone," which is, ultimately, from Ancient Greek μαλαχή (malakhḗ) meaning "mallow." The mineral was given this name due to its resemblance to the leaves of the Mallow plant.... [more]
MALACHY m Hebrew
Variant transcription of Malachi.
Means "jasmine" in Thai.
MALAHAT f Azerbaijani (Rare), Iranian (Rare)
Azeri feminine name meaning "charm, beauty, grace", from the word məlahət.
MALAHIJA m Croatian
Croatian form of Malachi.... [more]
MALAKAS m Philippine Mythology
Means "strong one" in Tagalog. He is considered the Filipino 'Adam' in Philippine mythology. He and Maganda ('Eve') are said to have sprung from a large bamboo tree pecked by a Sarimanok known as Magaulancealabarca.
MALAKIA m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Mal'akhiy (see Malachi) via its hellenized form Malachias.
MALALA f Pashto
Variant of Malalai. A notable bearer is Malala Yousafzai (1997-), a Pakistani Pashtun activist for female education and a winner of the Nobel Peace Prize. She was named after the Afghani folk hero of which her name is derived.
MALALA f Spanish
Diminutive of Maria Laura.
From Greek μαλαματένιος (malamatenios) meaning "golden, tender".
MALAN f Faroese
Faroese diminutive of Malena.
MALANA f Hawaiian
"light; buoyant"... [more]
Manx form of Magdalene.
MALANG m Pashto
Means "mystic" in Pashto.
MALANI f English (American, Rare)
Possibly a combination of Malia and the Hawaiian suffix lani, meaning "heavenly or royal." Alternatively, a variant spelling of Melanie influenced by the spelling Meilani.
Spanish form of Malachi.
MALAQUIAS m Portuguese
Portuguese form of Malachi.
MALARIC m Ancient Germanic, History
Derived from Gothic malvjan "to crush, to grind" combined with rîcja "powerful, strong, mighty." The second element is also closely related to Celtic rîg or rix and Gothic reiks, which all mean "king, ruler." This name might also be a short form (with reduction of the 'a') of Amalaric, but it can also be a form of Madalric and Mahalric... [more]
MALARICO m Galician, Italian, Spanish
Galician, Italian and Spanish form of Malaric.
MALARVILY f Tamil (Rare), Malaysian (Rare)
Possibly derived from Tamil மலர் (malar) meaning "flower".
MALATESTA m Medieval Italian
Means "bad head" in Italian, as it is derived from Italian mala meaning "bad" combined with Italian testa meaning "head".... [more]
MALATESTINO m Medieval Italian
Diminutive of Malatesta, as -ino is an Italian masculine diminutive suffix.... [more]
MALAURIE f French (Modern)
French variant of Mallory.
MALAURY f & m French (Modern)
French variant of Mallory.
MÂLAVIAĸ f Greenlandic
Meaning unknown.
MALAYA f American, Tagalog (Rare)
From Tagalog malaya meaning "free, independent".
MALAYSIA f English (American, Modern)
From the name of a country in Southeast Asia. Possibly from the Malay/Javanese melayu or mlayu meaning "to steadily accelerate or to run" with the Latin/Greek suffix -sia/-σία typically used in the names of countries.
MALCHEN f German (Rare, Archaic), Literature
Diminutive of Amalia with the common German diminutive ending CHEN.... [more]
MALCHIAH m Biblical
Means "Yahweh is king" in Hebrew. Several persons in the Old Testament bear this name.
Dutch form of Malchiel.
MALCHIEL m Biblical, Hebrew
Means "my king is God" in Hebrew, derived from Hebrew malákh "to rule" combined with el "God". In other words, this name is a cognate of Elimelech. A known bearer of this name was Malchiel Gruenwald (1881-1958), an Israeli hotelier who became publicly known in 1953, when he accused an Israeli government employee of having been involved in the Holocaust.
MALCHI-SHUA m Biblical
Meaning "King of help," one of the four sons of Saul I Chronicles 8:33. He perished along with his father in the battle of Gilboa Sa1. 31:2.
MALCHUS m Biblical
Means "my king" in Hebrew, from the root melek, meaning "king". According to the Gospel of John in the New Testament, this was the name of a servant of Caiaphas who participated in the arrest of Jesus at Gethsemane... [more]
MALCOLMINA f Scottish, English
This name is a rare feminine variant of Malcolm, which means "disciple of Saint Columba", and it is mainly used in Scotland, Northern England and parts of Ireland. It was much more common in Medieval times but is still in irregular usage today.
MALDEA f Medieval Basque
Medieval Basque name of uncertain origin and meaning. It was first recorded in the area around Álava in the 11th century.
MALDIS f Norwegian (Archaic)
Combination of the Old Norse element dís "goddess; woman, lady; sister" and the name element mal- which is of uncertain origin and meaning. Theories include a derivation from Old Norse mál "speach; language", a variant of the Old Norse name element malm-, itself derived from Old Norse malmr "ore", as well as a derivation from any name beginning with the elements Mal- or Mál- or Mål-.... [more]
MALE f German
German short form of Malwine and Amalie.
MALEA f Hawaiian (Anglicized)
Anglicized spelling of Malia.
MALEAGANT m Arthurian Romance
Meaning unknown. In Arthurian mythology Maleagant is the son of King Bagdemagus or Baeddan (the two characters may be one and the same). He abducts Queen Guinevere and imprisons her in his stronghold of Glastonbury until Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table rescue her... [more]
MALEBA m African
African name, originally from Angola
MALECE f English (American, Modern), Popular Culture
A variant of the name Melissa, meaning "bee."... [more]
MALEE f Thai
Variant transcription of Mali.
MALEEN f Literature, German
Short form of Magdalene used by the Brothers Grimm in their fairy tale 'Maid Maleen'.
MALEFICENT f Popular Culture
From the Latin maleficentia, meaning "harmfully malicious." Ultimately derived from the Latin malum, meaning "evil." This is the name of the villain in Disney's 1959 animated film 'Sleeping Beauty'.
MALEK m Arabic
Variant transcription of Malik.
MALEK m Eastern African, Dinka
Means "brown bull" in Dinka.
MALEKA f Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Martha.
MALEKA f South African, African American
Possibly a variant of Malika.
MALEKAYA f Russian
This name is The Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna Romanov's childhood nickname.
MALEN f Basque
Contracted form and diminutive of Madalen used as a given name in its own right.
MALENTHE f Dutch (Rare)
Meaning unknown. It might possibly be a completely invented name, or a combination of any name starting with Ma- with Lenthe.... [more]
MALERAĸ m Greenlandic
Means "the one you follow" or "friend" in Greenlandic.
MALERAQ m Greenlandic
Younger form of Maleraĸ.
MALERIE f English (Modern, Rare)
Possibly a blend of Mallory and Valerie.
Means "sun" or "day" in Sotho.
MALEUN f Korean
Possibly means "Dry"
MÅLFRID f Norwegian
Younger form of Málfríðr.
MÁLFRÍÐ f Faroese
Modern Faroese form of Málfríðr.
MÁLFRÍÐUR f Icelandic
Icelandic younger form of Málfríðr.
MALGALAD m Literature
Derived from Sindarin malt ("gold") and galad ("light; radiance"; see also Gilgalad and Galadriel). In Tolkien's Legendarium this is another name for Amdír.
Means "pearl" in Pashto.
MALGVEN f Breton Legend, Celtic Mythology
Meaning uncertain. This was the name of a sorceress or druidess in the Breton legend of Ys. Malgven was the mother of Ahes by King Gradlon (Gralon in Breton).
MÁLHILDUR f Icelandic
Combination of mál 'speach, language' and hildr 'battle, fight'.
MALI f Norwegian, Swedish
Dialectal variant of Malin.
MALI f English
Variant of Molly.
MALI f & m Chinese
Combination of the names Ma and Li (1)
MÂLIA f Greenlandic
Greenlandic form of Maria.
MÂLIÃNA f Greenlandic
Greenlandic form of Marianne.
MALIANNE f Various (Modern, Rare)
Combination of the names Mali and Anne.
MALIAWAŠḪI f Ancient Near Eastern
Ancient Assyrian feminine given name recorded in 18th century BC Assyrian documents from Kültepe. It may derive from the name of the goddess Maliya and potentially (w)ashib meaning "dweller, person who dwells in" or "of".
MALIBU f American (Modern, Rare)
Anglicization of the Ventureño Chumash settlement of Humaliwo, which translates to “The Surf Sounds Loudly.”
MALICHA f Ancient Greek, Greek Mythology
In Greek mythology, Malicha (or Malache, or Lamache) was a woman from Lemnos and the mother of Leucophanes by Euphemus.
MALICIA f Popular Culture
Malicia the name of the character Rogue in the French version of the X-Men. Malicia, or Rogue, was created by Chris Claremont and Michael Golden. She is a young woman whose real name is Anna Marie; her power, which is to absorb life energy via skin contact, is both a strength and a burden.
MALICK m Arabic
Variant of Malik.
MALIDOMA m Western African
According to Burkinabé writer Malidoma Somé (1956-), his name means "he who makes friends with strangers" in Dagara.
MALIGIAĸ m Greenlandic
Means "mid-size wave" in Greenlandic.
MALIGIAQ m Greenlandic
Younger form of Maligiaĸ.
MALIHA f Urdu, Arabic, Bengali (Muslim), Indian (Muslim), Judeo-Arabic (Archaic)
Derived from Arabic مَلِيح (malīḥ) meaning "handsome, beautiful, fair".
Greenlandic younger form of Malînánguaĸ.
MALIIT f Greenlandic
Greenlandic younger form of Malît.
MÄLIKÄ f Tatar
Tatar form of Malika.
MALIKAH f Arabic
Variant transcription of Malika.
Derived from ملك الصالح (Malik al-Salih), which means "king of the virtuous" in Arabic. This was the name of the founding ruler of Samudera Pasai in Indonesia, who converted to Islam.
MALIN m English (British, Rare)
A rare masculine name from England's north; it means "little warrior". ... [more]
MĂLINA f Romanian
Romanian form of the Slavic name Malina.... [more]
MALÎNA f Greenlandic
Means "the one to follow", cognate of malippaa ("to follow someone") and the suffix -na (denotes a personal name). In Greenlandic mythology Malîna is the goddess of the sun and the sister of Anningan, god of the moon... [more]
MALINA f Italian
Diminutive of Amalia.
MALINA f Inuit Mythology, Greenlandic
In Inuit mythology, Malina is the name of a solar goddess. She is constantly fleeing from her brother, the moon god Igaluk (Inuit) or Anningan (Grenlandic), and their eternal chase explains the movement of the sun and moon through the sky.
MALINA f Romani
Of uncertain origin. Either a borrowing of the Slavic name Malina or the Romanian name Mălina, a direct derivation from the Romani word mal'ina "raspberry" (and thus ultimately a cognate of the Slavic name), or else there might be a relation to the source of the Indian name Malini.
MALINA f Medieval English
Diminutive of Mary (compare Malle).
MALINALI f Spanish (Mexican)
Possibly derived from Malinalxochitl.
Means "grass flower" in Nahuatl, from Nahuatl malinal, "grass" and xochitl, "flower". In Aztec mythology, Malinalxochitl is a beautiful sorceress and sister of Huitzilopochtli.
MALÎNÁNGUAĸ f Greenlandic
Greenlandic name meaning "sweet little one to follow", combined with Malîna and -nnguaq "sweet, dear".
MALINE f Hindi, Indian
“Floral garland”. Variant of Malini and Mala
Czech diminutive of Amálie.
MALINKA f Russian
Derived from the Russian word "malina" meaning "raspberry."
This is a variant of Malinali which means "Goddess of Grass." Malintzin is the honorific version with the suffix 'tzin' being the equivalent of 'Ma'am' or 'Lady.'
MALIO f Polynesian Mythology
Name of a sorceress, sister of the Puna rascal, in Hawaiian Mythology.
MALIQ m Albanian
Variant of Malik (1).
MALIQUE m African American
English variant of Malik.
MALIŠA m Serbian (Rare)
Derived from the adjective mali, meaning "little, tiny one".
Means Jasmine Flower
MALISE m Medieval Scottish (Anglicized), Medieval Irish (Anglicized)
Anglicized form of the Gaelic name Máel Ísu or Maol Íosa meaning "disciple of Jesus".
MALISHA f Various
Variant of Melisha.
MALISSIE f American
Variant or diminutive of Melissa.
MALÎT f Greenlandic
Short form of Matdlîna.
MALITH m Eastern African, Dinka
A specific kind of ox in Dinka language.
MALIYA f Near Eastern Mythology
Etymology unknown. This was the name of the Hittite and Luwite goddess of gardens who was also associated with horses, rivers and mountains.
MALJA f Faroese
Variant of Malia.
MALKAN f Chechen
Chechen form of Malika.
Malkaush is a name of a raga (music composition) in classical music. It is was one the oldest ragas and very melodias. Ragas are viewed as a person like attributes in India. Malkaush is viewed as person with seven wifes, garland of red flowers in his neck and wine in hand... [more]
Derived from Chechen малха (malkha) meaning "sun, solar" combined with хазйоI (khazyo) meaning "beautiful".
MALKIA f African American (Rare)
From the Swahili word malkia meaning 'queen'.
MALKIN f Medieval English
Diminutive of Mary. This name is featured in Shakespeare's Corialanus Act ii Scene I.
MALKIRA m Judeo-Christian Legend
Hebrew: melek ra - lit. "king of evil", "king of the wicked"; or malach ra - "messenger of evil", "angel of iniquity". Identified with Samael.
MALKOLM m Swedish, Norwegian, Danish
Scandinavian form of Malcolm.
MALKYN f Medieval English
Medieval diminutive of Mault (see Maud) or Malle.
MALLA f Finnish, Swedish
Short form of various names including Amalia, Maria, Magdalena and Matilda. A notable bearer was Swedish writer and salon hostess Magdalena "Malla" Silfverstolpe (1782-1861). Malla is also the name of two fells and a nature reserve in northern Finland.
Derived from Uzbek malla meaning "blonde, fair-haired" and bibi meaning "learned woman".
Derived from malla meaning "blonde, fair-haired" and gul meaning "rose, flower".
Derived from malla meaning "blonde, fair-haired" and mirza meaning "scribe, scholar".
Derived from Uzbek malla meaning "blonde, fair-haired" and qiz meaning "girl".
MALLARY f American
Variant of Mallory. A notable bearer is country music artist Mallary Hope.
MALLAURY f French (Modern)
French variant of Mallory.
MALLE f German (Rare, Archaic)
Hypochoristic form of Amalia.
MALLIE f & m English
Diminutive of Mallory, Malvina, or Malcolm
MALLIINA f Greenlandic
Greenlandic younger form of Matdlîna.
MALLOTHI m Biblical
Meaning "My fullness," a Kohathite Levite, one of the sons of Heman the Levite (I Chronicles 25:4), and chief of the nineteenth division of the temple musicians I Chronicles 25:26
MALLOW m & f English
The name of a flower.
MALLOY m English (Rare)
Transferred use of the surname Malloy.
MALLUCH m Biblical
Meaning "reigned over" or "reigning."
MALLY f English
Variant of Molly.
MALMA f Indian
Indian name coming from the Urdu word for “gilded”.
MALMFINN m Norwegian
Norwegian name with the combination of malmr "ore" and finnr "Finn, Lapp".
MALMFRED f Medieval Scandinavian
The name of a Russian princess and Queen of Norway and (later) Denmark in the 12th century.
MALMFRID f Norwegian
Norwegian younger form of Malmfríðr.
MALMFRÍÐR f Ancient Scandinavian
Old Norse combination of malmr 'ore' and fríðr 'beautiful'. It might originally have been a Russian name (1st bearer was Russian) which got reinterpreted to fit the Norse name tradition.
MÁLMFRÍÐUR f Icelandic
Icelandic younger form of Malmfríðr.
MALO m Breton
Derived from Old Breton mach "pledge, hostage, warrant" and lou / loh "light; brilliant, bright; beautiful". This was the name of a Breton saint from Wales, the favorite disciple of Saint Brendan the Navigator... [more]
MALOE f Breton (Modern)
Recently coined name intended as a feminine form of Malo.
Derived from Polish mało or mały "small, little, insignificant" (which is derived from Proto-Slavic malъ "small") combined with Slavic gost "guest".
Means "loveliness, charm" in Uzbek.
Uzbek form of Malaika.
MAŁOMIR m Polish
Derived from Polish mało or mały "small, little, insignificant" (which is derived from Proto-Slavic malъ "small") combined with Slavic mir "peace".
MALON f Popular Culture
Malon is a recurring character in the Legend of Zelda video game series.
MALONEY m & f Romani
Directly taken from Romani maloney "lightning".
MALOOS f Persian
Persian "Precious"
MALORIA f English (American, Rare)
Possibly a Latinate form of Mallory (compare Malorie).
MALORY f & m English, French
Variant of Mallory.
MALOSI m Samoan (Rare)
Of Samoan origin, meaning "strength". Used by stuntman Malosi Leonard.
MALOU f French
Contraction of Marie and Louise.
MALQUAMME m Jèrriais
Jèrriais form of Malcolm.
MALTHACE f Ancient Greek (Latinized), Theatre, History
Latinized form of the Greek name Μαλθακη (Malthake), from Greek μαλθακός (malthakos) "soft" (compare Amalthea). This name was used by Menander for a character in his 4th- or 3rd-century BC play Sikyonioi... [more]
MALTI f Indian
A Malti is a flower in India, usually accompanied by the sister, Maudu.... [more]
MALTITI f & m Dagbani
Means "resolve for us" in Dagbani.
MALULA f Spanish
Diminutive of Maria de Lourdes.
MALULANI m & f Hawaiian
Hawaiian unisex name meaning "heavenly shade" or "heavenly protection".
MALULI f Spanish
Diminutive of Maria Luisa.
Means "hidden things" in Kikongo.
MALVA f Swedish, Finnish (Rare), German, Danish, Spanish (Latin American)
Short form of Malvina. It may be partly inspired by Latin, Swedish and Finnish malva "mallow, hollyhock (flower)".
MALVERN m English (British)
From the name of the Malvern Hills in England, which is probably of Brythonic origin, meaning "bare hill" (from the equivalent to Welsh moelfryn "bald hill"). In Britain it was occasionally used as a personal name during the 20th century; "earliest example noted is in 1912, but none recorded after 1951."
MALVIINA f Finnish
Finnish form of Malvina.
MALVIINE f Estonian
Estonian form of Malvina.
MALVÍNA f Slovak
Slovak form of Malvina.
MALVĪNE f Latvian
Latvian form of Malvina.
MALVINE f German
Variant of Malwine.
MALVOLIA f English (Rare, Archaic)
Feminine version of the masculine name Malvolio; derived from Italian, it means "ill will". This name has always been rare, but reached a peak in popularity in the mid-19th Century in Great Britain and America.
MALWINE f German
German variant of Malwina.
MALYKAI m English (American, Modern, Rare)
Modern, yet rare variant of Malachi.
MAMA f Western African, Akan, Fante
Means "born on Saturday" in Fante, a dialect of Akan.
MAMA f Japanese
From Japanese 真 (ma) meaning "true, reality", duplicated. Other kanji combinations are possible.
MAMAKA f Japanese
From Japanese 茉 (ma) meaning "white jasmine", 舞 (ma) meaning "dance" combined with 花 (ka) meaning "flower". Other kanji combinations are possible.
MAMAKO f Japanese
From Japanese 飯 (mama) meaning "cooked rice" combined with 子 (ko) meaning "child". Other kanji combinations are possible.
MAMAN m Sundanese
Means "man" in Sundanese.
MAMBERI m Georgian Mythology
This is the name of the lord of wolves in Georgian mythology. He was worshiped in Svaneti and other mountainous regions.
MAMBO m Spanish (Latin American)
From The Name of a Latin dance of Cuba. Mambo was invented during the 1930s by the native Cuban musician and composer Arsenio Rodríguez, developed in Havana by Cachao and made popular by Dámaso Pérez Prado and Benny Moré.... [more]
MAMEDE m Galician
Galician form of Muhammad.
MAMEKO f Japanese
From Japanese 豆 (mame) meaning "bean" combined with 子 (ko) meaning "child". Other kanji combinations are possible.
MAMELTA f History
Variant of Mamlacha.
MAMERCA f Ancient Roman
Feminine form of Mamercus.
MAMERCUS m Ancient Roman
Roman praenomen which is either a variant of Marcus or derived from Mamers, the Oscan version of Mars.
MAMERTAS m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Mamertus.
MAMERTUS m Late Roman
Saint Mamertus is a famous bearer. His brother was known as Claudianus Mamertus.
MAMI f Near Eastern Mythology
Means "mother" in Babylonian. It is another name for Ninhursag.... [more]
MAMIA f Japanese
From Japanese 舞 (ma) meaning "dance", 心 (mi) meaning "heart, mind, soul" combined with 愛 (a) meaning "love, affection". Other kanji combinations are possible.
MAMIAĸ f Greenlandic
Meaning unknown.
MAMIAQ f Greenlandic
Greenlandic younger form of Mamiaĸ.
MAMIKO f Japanese
From Japanese 麻 (ma) meaning "flax" or 真, 眞 (ma) meaning "real, genuine", 美 (mi) meaning "beautiful" combined with 子 (ko) meaning "child". Other kanji combinations are possible.... [more]
MAMINTAL m Filipino, Maranao
Possibly derived from Arabic مُؤْمِن (muʾmin) meaning "believer" (see Mumin).
MAMIZ f Kurdish
Means "gazelle" in Kurdish.
MAMIZU f Japanese (Rare)
Ma means "Genuine, Real" and Mizu means "Water". There's also Ma: "Flax", Mi: "Beauty", Zu: "Stork, Crane", but it's not likely.
MAMLACHA f History
Means "kingdom" in Greek. This name was borne by a 4th-century saint martyred under the Sassanid emperor Shapur II.
MAMMAD m Azerbaijani
Azerbaijani form of Muhammad.
MAMMADHASAN m Azerbaijani
Combination of Mammad and Hasan.
MAMMON m Biblical, Judeo-Christian Legend
Means "wealth, riches". In the New Testament, this was material wealth or greed, which was often personified as a deity. Sixteenth century German theologian Peter Binsfeld classified him as one of the seven princes of Hell.
Derived from Uzbek mamnun meaning "pleased, grateful".
MAMO m Ethiopian
This name is often used when the name of the person is unknown. (Compared Buddy).
MAMO f Hawaiian
From the name of two species of black-and-yellow birds (both extinct) native to the Hawaiian Islands. A notable bearer was Hawaiian-born actress Mamo Clark (1914-1986).
MAMORU m Japanese
From Japanese or (mamoru,) "to protect."
MAMRE m Ancient Hebrew
The name of an Amorite ally of Abraham, owner of some famous great trees at or near Hebron.
MAMTA f Hindi
MAMUR m Tajik, Uzbek
Derived from Arabic مَأْمُور (ma'mur) meaning "officer, magistrate, judge". Some sources claim that the use of this word as a given name was inspired by ﺍﻟْﺒَﻴْﺖِ ﺍﻟْﻤَﻌْﻤُﻮﺭِ (al-Bayt al-Ma'mur) or (al-Bait ul-Ma'mur), the name of a celestial mosque located directly above the Kaaba, which the prophet Muhammad saw during his ascent into heaven... [more]
MA'MURA f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek ma'mur meaning "thriving".
Derived from ma'mur meaning "thriving" and bibi meaning "learned woman".
Derived from ma'mur meaning "thriving" and gul meaning "rose, flower".
Derived from ma'mur meaning "thriving" and jamol meaning "beauty".
MA'MUROY f Uzbek
Derived from ma'mur meaning "thriving" and oy meaning "moon".