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Marchmont (disambiguation)

Marchmont, an archaic name for Roxburgh Castle, from which the following take their name. Marchmont Estate, in Berwickshire. Marchmont House, in Berwickshire.

Marci

Marci may refer to: 3791 Marci, a main belt asteroid named after Jan Marek Marci. Marci crater, a lunar crater named after Jan Marek Marci. Marci Beaucoup, a studio album by American hip hop artist Roc Marciano.

Marcy

Masashi Tashiro born 1956, former Japanese TV performers nickname. Sam Marcy, pen name of American Marxist and co-founder of Workers World Party Sam Ballan 1911–1998.

Marga

Marga Lopez 1924–2005, Argentine-Mexican actress. Marga Batak, a family name in Batak society. Marga Ortigas, Manila-based correspondent for Al Jazeera English. Marga Gomez born 1960, Puerto Rican / Cuban-American comedian, playwright, and humori ...

Maria de Lourdes

Maria de Lourdes is a Spanish feminine given name taken from Our Lady of Lourdes a title of the Virgin Mary Those with the name include: Maria de Lourdes Santiago a lawyer and journalist from Adjuntas, Puerto Rico. Maria de Lourdes Ramos Rivera 1 ...

Maria Magdalena

Maria Magdalena Campos Pons born 1959, Cuban artist. Mary Magdalene, one of Jesus most celebrated disciples. Maria Magdalena Keverich 1746–1787, mother of Ludwig van Beethoven. Maria Magdalena of Oettingen-Baldern 1619–1688, second wife of the Ma ...

Maria Theresa (disambiguation)

Maria Theresa was Queen of Hungary and Bohemia, Archduchess of Austria and ruler of the rest of the Habsburg Monarchy. Maria Theresa or Maria Theresia, Maria Theresa, may also refer to:

Marianela

Marianela Salazar born c. 1978, Panamanian model. Marianela Lacayo born 1981, Nicaraguan model and entrepreneur. Marianela Huen born 1960, Venezuelan swimmer. Marianela Szymanowski born 1990, Argentine footballer. Marianela Gonzalez born 1978, Ve ...

Marica

Marica may refer to: Marica, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Marica, a former brush-footed butterfly genus now included in Erebia. Marica mythology, a nymph in Roman mythology. Maritsa, a river in Bulgaria, alternatively spelled Marica.

Marie Antoinette (disambiguation)

Marie Antoinette was an Archduchess of Austria and the Queen of France. Marie Antoinette may also refer to: Marie Antoinette: The Portrait of an Average Woman, a 1932 biography by Stefan Zweig. Marie Antoinette 1938 film, a film starring Norma Sh ...

Mariken

Mariken is a medieval Dutch name, and may refer to: Mariken 2000 film. (Фильм марикен 2000) Mariken van Nieumeghen, a medieval Dutch prose text and its protagonist. Mariken van Nieumeghen 1974 film.

Marilee

Marilee may refer to Murder of Marilee Bruszer in 1978 in the U.S. Marilee Stepan born 1935, American swimmer. Marilee, Texas, an unincorporated community in the United States. Marilee Lindemann, Professor of English at the University of Maryland ...

Marinella (disambiguation)

Marinella is a popular Greek singer. Marinella may also refer to: Marinella di Selinunte, a frazione in Castelvetrano in Trapani Province, Sicily, Italy. Marinella film, a 1936 French comedy film. Marinella Senatore born 1977, an Italian visual a ...

Marisol

Marisol is a Spanish name, a shortened form of Maria de la Soledad, a title given to the Virgin Mary. The name is commonly mistaken to mean "sunflower" in Spanish, however, the Spanish word for Sunflower is girasol. Marisol may refer to:

Maritza

Maritza may refer to: Sari Maritza 1910–1987, an English actress. Maritza Rodriguez, a Colombian actress. Maritza Correia born 1981, a Puerto Rican swimmer. Maritza Olivares, a Mexican actress. Maritza Salas born 1975, a Puerto Rican track and fi ...

Markel

Markel Susaeta, Basque footballer currently playing for Athletic Bilbao. Markel Olano, Basque politician. Markel Robles, Basque footballer. Markel Irizar, Basque professional cyclist. Markel Bergara, Basque footballer currently playing for Getafe.

Marl (disambiguation)

Marl is calcium carbonate or lime-rich sedimentary rock. Marl may also refer to: Marl, Lower Saxony, a municipality in Germany. Marl Lake, a small lake in the U.S. state of Michigan. Marl Conwy electoral ward, North Wales. Marl, another name for ...

Marla (disambiguation)

Marla is a female given name in English. It is a variant of the name Marlene, which comes from Mary Magdalene, the biblical woman to whom Jesus Christ first appeared after his resurrection. In dialect English, the word Marla called Mala in Irish ...

Marley (disambiguation)

Bob Marley was a Jamaican singer-songwriter and musician. Marley may also refer to: Marley, Maidstone, hamlet in Kent, England. Baron Marley, a title in the Peerage of the United Kingdom. Bob Marley comedian, an American comedian and actor. Marle ...

Marlies

Toronto Marlies, an American Hockey League team. Toronto Marlboros, a former junior hockey team in the Ontario Hockey League, nicknamed "The Marlies" for short.

Marloes (disambiguation)

Marloes is a Dutch feminine given name. It combines the names Maria and Loes. Marloes Wittenberg born 1983, Dutch judoka. Marloes de Boer born 1982, Dutch football defender. Marloes Keetels born 1993, Dutch field hockey player. Marloes Fellinger ...

Maron (disambiguation)

Maroun Elias Nimeh Lahham born 1948, first Archbishop of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Tunis. Maroun Abboud 1886-1962, Lebanese poet and writer. Maroun Bagdadi 1950-1993, Lebanese film director.

Marquand

David Marquand, born 1934 English politician. Ross Marquand born 1981, American actor. John P. Marquand 1893–1960, American novelist. Allan Marquand 1853–1924, American art historian. Henry Gurdon Marquand 1819–1902, American philanthropist and c ...

Marquard (disambiguation)

Marquard is a small farming town in South Africa. Marquard may also refer to: As last name Rube Marquard 1886–1980, American pitcher in Major League Baseball. Odo Marquard 1928–2015, German philosopher. Jurg Marquard born 1945, Swiss journalist a ...

Marques

Marques Houston born 1981, American R&amp,B singer and actor. Marques surname, a Portuguese surname. Marques Batista de Abreu born 1973, Brazilian footballer. Marques Tuiasosopo born 1979, American football player and coach. Marques Haynes 1926–2 ...

Marquinhos (disambiguation)

Marquinhos, full name Marcos Aoas Corrêa, Brazilian footballer. Marquinhos or Marquinho is a diminutive name of Marcos or Marcus, may refer to:

Mars (disambiguation)

Mars is a planet in the Solar System. Mars also commonly refers to: Mars, Incorporated, a confectioner and food company. Mars chocolate bar, produced by Mars, Inc. Mars mythology, the Ancient Roman god of war, equivalent to the Greek god Ares. Ma ...

Marti

Paula Marti born 1980, Spanish golfer. Jesus Marti Martin 1899–1975, Spanish architect who migrated to Mexico. Cristobal Marti born 1903, Spanish footballer. Marcel Marti 1925–2010, Argentine-born sculptor. Juan Jose Marti 1570–1604, Spanish Gold ...

Marton

England Marton, Cumbria, village in Cumbria. Marton, Blackpool, district of Blackpool. Marton, Bridlington, area of Bridlington in the East Riding of Yorkshire. Marton, Cheshire, village and civil parish in Cheshire. Lindal and Marton, the local ...

Marvell

Marvell may refer to: Marvell, Arkansas, a small city in the United States. Marvell Press, English publisher of poetic works, for example Andrew Waterman. Marvell Technology Group, U.S. semiconductor company.

Mary Ann

Marianne, a female personification of France. Mary Ann Weitnauer, American electrical engineer. Mary Ann Nichols 1845–1888, victim of Jack the Ripper. Mary Ann Booth 1843–1922, American microscopist. Mary Ann Magnin 1850–1943, co-founder of I. Ma ...

Mary Jane

Mary Jane Croft 1916–1999, American actress. Mary Jane Rathbun 1922–1999, popularly known as Brownie Mary, American medical cannabis activist. Mary Jane Clark born 1954, American author. Mary Jane Owen 1929-2019, a disability rights activist, phi ...

Maryna

Maryna Shkermankova born 1990, Belarusian weightlifter. Maryna Sokolyan born 1979, Ukrainian author. Maryna Pautaran, a Belarusian canoer. Maryna Konieva born 1987, Ukrainian taekwondo athlete. Maryna Viazovska born 1984, Ukrainian mathematician. ...

Mashu (disambiguation)

Mashu is a mythological mountain. Mashu or Mashū may also refer to: Mashu Baker born 1994, Japanese judoka. Mashu band, Canterbury scene improvisational group from 1995–1998. Lake Mashū, Hokkaidō, Japan. Mashū Station, train station Hokkaidō, Jap ...

Massad

Massad b. 1993, New Zealand-born musician. Indra Massad b. 1976, drummer for the Indonesian music band, Mocca. Massad Ayoob b. 1948, firearms and self-defence instructor. Salah Massad b. 1989, Jordanian football soccer player. Anthony Massad 1928 ...

Mata

Mata, in Castelo Branco, Portugal. Mata, Afghanistan. (Мата, Афганистан) Mata, Iran, a village in Kerman Province, Iran. Mata River, of the East Coast of North Island, New Zealand. Mata, Israel, a Moshav in the Judaean Mountains, south-west of Je ...

Matai

Matai, Egypt, a city in the governorate of Al Minya in Egypt. Matai, West Coast, a locality in the Grey District of New Zealand. Matai, New Zealand, a locality in the Matamata-Piako District of New Zealand. Matai, Tanzania, a town and administrat ...

Matha (disambiguation)

A matha is a monastic and similar religious establishment in Hinduism and Jainism. Mat may also refer to: Matha, Charente-Maritime, a commune in France. Matha Strait, Antarctica. (Матх Пролив, Антарктида) Matha film, a 2012 Sri Lankan film. Matha ...

Mathe

Gabor Mathe tennis born 1985, Hungarian male tennis player. Georges Mathe 1922–2010, French oncologist and immunologist. Edouard Mathe 1886–1934, French silent film actor. Vasily Mathe 1856–1917, Russian artist and engraver. Gabor Mathe footballe ...

Mathiang

Mathiang is a common name among Dinka-speakers and a common boma name in South Sudan. Mathiang may refer to:

Matia

Matia may refer to: Matia, North 24 Parganas, village with a police station. Matia, a clan of the Bharwad people of India. Matia Island, a part of the San Juan Islands.

Matilda

Matilda chicken, the first chicken to receive the title of Worlds Oldest Living Chicken from Guinness World Records. Matilda horse 1824–1846, British Thoroughbred racehorse and broodmare. Matilda australia, a monotypic genus of Australian araneom ...

Matisse (disambiguation)

Henri Matisse was a French artist. Matisse may also refer to: AMD Matisse, the code name for the desktop line of AMDs Zen 2 CPUs. Matisse band, an alternative rock band from Athens, Greece. Matisse Mexican band, a pop group from Mexicali, Mexico. ...

Mato

Mato Neretljak born 1979, Croatian footballer. Mato Milos born 1993, Croatian footballer. Jakup Mato 1934–2005, Albanian publicist. Ana Mato born 1959, Spanish politician.

Matsuri (disambiguation)

Matsuri refers to Japanese festivals. Matsuri may also refer to: Matsuri Shihou, a fictional character from Sola manga. Matsuri Arai 荒井 祭里, born 2001, Japanese diver. Higurashi Matsuri, the fourth Higurashi series. Matsuri Akino, a Japanese m ...

Mattis

Mattis Hætta born 1959, Norwegian singer. Mattis Mathiesen 1924–2010, Norwegian photographer and film director. Mattis Næss born 1973, Norwegian sprint canoer.

Maudie

Maudie Joan Littlewood 1914–2002, English theatre director. Maudie Hopkins 1914–2008, American Civil War widow. Maudie Dunham 1902–1982, British actress. Maudie Prickett 1914–1976, American actress. Maudie Bitar, Lebanese journalist and critic. M ...

Mauk

Bill Mauk, American politician. Ben Mauk b. 1985, American football quarterback. Mauk Weber 1914-1978, Dutch football defender. Stefan Mauk, Australian footballer.

Mauri (disambiguation)

Mauri were the people of the ancient north African kingdom Mauretania Mauri may also refer to: AB Mauri, a division of Associated British Foods. Mauri River, in Bolivia and Peru. Mauri fish, a Trichomycterus catfish found in Poopo Lake, Bolivia. ...

Maurus

Saints Saint Maurus of Parentium 3rd century, the first bishop of Parentium and the patron saint of Porec. Saint Maurus of Pecs, the second bishop of Pecs, and abbey of Pannonhalma c. 1000-c. 1075. Blessed Maurus Magnentius Hrabanus c. 776 784? - ...