This name was borne by more than ten saints. It is of Latin origin and means distinguished.
A few saints bore this name. It is of Gaelic origin and means 'disciple'.
A form of Emmanuel.
This French name is derived from Latin. One pope and several saints were of this name.
This popular name is the English version of the Latin name 'Marcus'. The name of the writer of the Gospel. One pope and more than fifteen saints bore this name.
This name is the English version of the Latin name 'Martinus'. The name became famous in our time because of Martin Luther King. Five popes and a number of saints bore this name.
This name is derived from Martin. See Martin above.
The name of the writer of the first Gospel. This name originates from Hebrew and mean 'God's gift'. Matthias is a variation of Matthew.
Maximilian (Short form Max)
This name is of Latin origin. A number of saints bore this name.
The name of a book of the bible and one of the prophets. This name is of Hebrew origin.
This popular name is that of the Archangel Michael (Rev. 12:7). It is of Hebrew origin. A number of saints are of this name. Mick, Mike is sometimes used as short forms of Michael, and sometimes as independent names.
This is the name of the Patriarch who founded the Jewish religion. A few early Christian martyrs bore this name. This is the English version of the Hebrew name 'Moshe'.
This name is of Greek origin and means 'sweet-scented oil'. A few number of saints bore this name.
It is not in widespread use in North America.