Barrio (district) in Seville, which got its name from a temple which may have been named for a person Macarius
Hungarian name for the country of HUNGARY
, derived from magyar
meaning "Hungarian" and ország
meaning "country". Magyar
itself is derived from a combination of two Uralic roots both meaning "man".
Means "bad town" in Norman French. This is the name of communes in Normandy, France.
Derived from Maccius
, a Gallo-Roman name of unknown meaning. This is the name of several communes in France.
Means "Mack's stream", from the name Mack
, a short form of the Scandinavian name MAGNUS
, combined with Old English well
"well stream". This is the name of a place in Roxburghshire, Scotland.
Possibly derived from Occitan mair
"mother" and French lys
"lily". This is the name of a commune in southern France.
(Country & Settlement) English, French
From Spanish México
, itself derived from Nahuatl Mehxico
. There are many theories regarding the ultimate origin, including Nahuatl metztli
meaning "moon" combined with xictli
meaning "navel". This is the name of a country in North America, as well as its capital city (the country is named after the city). In French Mexico
is the name of the capital city, while the country is called Mexique
French form of MEXICO
(referring only to the country, not the capital city).
(Settlement) English, French
From Latin Mediolanum
, perhaps derived from Celtic elements meaning "middle of the plain". This is the name of a major city in Italy.
(Political Subdivision) English
Derived from Latin montanus
"mountainous". This is the name of an American state.
's mountain" in Norman French. This is the name of communes in Calvados, France.
(Region & Political Subdivision) Scottish
From Gaelic Muireb
meaning "seaboard settlement". This is the name of a historical region in Scotland, as well as a modern council area.