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231. MANAN From Armenian manana "semolina" which comes from Bible. As a name it is in use in Arm in XIV-XVII c. (also a male name). Now it is only a female name also met in the form Maneh.
232. MANIK(Mannik) Is the diminutive form of the name Manan that is used independently. It is spread now. Manik is also wrongly considered to be the short form of the name Mariam.
233. MANISHAK(Manushak) From Armenian manushak "violet" flower name which is borrowed from Persian. It is an old name; the short form is Manush, which is used independently.
234. MANUSH Is the diminutive form of the Armenian name Manushak "violet" flower name, which is used as an independent name. It spread due to H. Tumanyan's "Brother Garnik" tale. It is also the short form 0.2 KB
235. MANYA Is the diminutive form of the Russian name Marina that comes from Latin marina "sea". Now it is spread. Sometimes it is considered to be the short form of the names Mariam, Mariamik.
236. MANYAK From Armenian manyak "locket", "necklace". It is a rare name now.
237. MAREMIK Is the diminutive form of the name Mariam + Arm ik diminutive suffix (ia>e sound alter). We also have the form Mariamik that is more spread.
238. MARGARIT From Armenian margarit "pearl" which is also used in other languages (French Margarit, Russian Margarita). In Armenia it is in use now also in the form Margarita though it is only a female name 0.3 KB
239. MARGO Is an independent name, which came by means of literature (not from Margarit).
240. MARIAM From Hebrew name Maryam "sea of bitter" which came by means of Christianity and is used in all the Christian nations (Russian Mariya). In Armenia we have the forms Marush, Maro, Marusya, Mari 0.2 KB
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