Gender: Mary is traditionally a feminine name. Marion, Marius, or Mario may be used as masculine equivalents.
Gender: Marie has historically been a feminine name. However, it has often been used as a masculine compound name in France (for example Jean-Marie or François-Marie), especially in Catholic families.
Jane is the English feminine form of John. John is the anglicized form of the Latin "Iohannes", the Greek "Iōannēs" and the Hebrew "Yochanan" all of which translate to 'Yahweh (God) is gracious' or 'God is generous, merciful'.
“However, Elizabeth is a strongly feminine name now. Perhaps you could Consider Ellis, which is the masculine form, or Ellery, which is more unisex.”
The correct spelling is "Myriam." Myriam represents the Hebrew Old Testament version of Mary's name. In Aramaic, the language spoken by Jesus, Joseph and Mary, Mary is called Maryam. The Greek translation of the Old Testament calls her Mariam, whereas with New Testament Greek she is Maria.
In medieval times, it was a common name for both males and females. In fact, there are several examples of male saints named Mary, such as Saint Mary of Egypt and Saint Mary Magdalen de' Pazzi. It wasn't until the 18th century that the name became predominantly female in usage.
On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to Virgin Mary, such as: blessed virgin mary, holy mother, madonna, mater dolorosa, mother of god, and our lady.
Male versions of the name include Emilio, Emil, and Émile.
Carol is a unisex name and derived from the boy's name Charles. In Rumania, Carol is a masculine name, in English speaking countries it is a girl's name.
The male version of Alexandra is Alexander.
Gender: Though John has been used predominantly as the masculine form of the name, girls have sometimes been called John or Johnnie. Feminine variants include Jackie, Jacqueline, Jana, Jane, Janet, Jeanne or Jeannie, Joan, Joanna or Johanna.
Joëlle is a French feminine given name, the feminine form of Joel. Notable people with the name include: Joëlle Aubron (1959–2006), French anarchist.
Gender: Jack is traditionally the masculine form of the name and means “God is Gracious.” However, both Jack and Jac are considered gender-neutral. Feminine variations, such as Jacklyn and Jacqueline are common.
Roseo- is the masculine version of the name Rose. The moniker is of Italian and Spanish origin and pronounced ro-SAY-o. Roswell The name Roswell has roots in the English and German languages.
There is no exact male version of Madeline. Some male or unisex names similar to Madeline are Maddox, Madison, Madden, Magnus, and Matthew.
The name Camillo is the Italian male version of Camilla.
Eddie Origin and Meaning
The name Eddie is both a boy's name and a girl's name meaning "prosperity". In the age of Billie and Charlie, Eddie seems like a plausible option for a girl – short for Edwina, Edith, Eluned or any girl name containing the letters E and D.
Steve is a masculine name of British origin, meaning "garland" “victorious” or "crown." It is derived from the more formal name Stephen from the Greek Stéphanos, which means "wreath," "crown," "victorious," or "honor." In Ancient Greece, wreaths were given to victors to reward them for their success in competitions.
The British gender-neutral name Eddie can come in many spelling variations, demonstrated in the Cartoon Network show Ed, Edd n Eddy. Meaning "wealth" and "guardian of riches," this name is the prime choice for the person you're going to raise with the well wishes towards wealth and comfort.
Gender: Emily is traditionally a feminine name. Emil and Emilio are available as masculine alternatives.
Hollis Origin and Meaning
The name Hollis is both a boy's name and a girl's name of English origin meaning "near the holly bushes". Hollis is a surname name used quietly for both sexes.
The Irish name Máire is typically used for the name Mary. Muire is used exclusively for the Virgin Mary.
In Christianity, Mary is commonly referred to as the Virgin Mary, in accordance with the belief that the Holy Spirit impregnated her, thereby conceiving her first-born son Jesus miraculously, without sexual relations with her betrothed/husband Joseph, "until her son [Jesus] was born".
Some of her titles relate to her life as the mother of Jesus (Theotokos, or “God-bearer,” or Our Lady of Sorrows). Other titles are geographic, commemorating her apparitions in certain places (Our Lady of Lourdes, etc.)