Malanka is a folk form of Melaniya (see below).
Marharyta is the Ukrainian and Belarusian form of Margaret (pearl).
Marichka is a diminutive of Mariya.
Maryna is the Ukrainian, Belarusian, and Polish form of Marina, the feminine form of Roman name Marinus. It derives from either Marius and thus is related to Mars (male), or the Latin word marinus (of the sea).
Mavka is a kind of female forest spirit in Ukrainian mythology, representing the souls of girls who died young and unnaturally.
Melaniya is the Ukrainian form of Melania, which derives from Greek root melaina (dark, black).
Mokryna is a folk form of Macrina, the feminine form of Roman cognomen Macrinus. It’s probably a diminutive of Latin word macrus and thus derives from either the Latin word macer (meagre, thin) or the Greek word makros (large, long).
Mykhaylyna is a rare form of Michaela (Who is like God?)
Myroslava means “glory of the world” and “glory of peace.”
Maksym is the Ukrainian and Polish form of Maximus, which derives from a Roman family name meaning “greatest.”
Markiyan, or Markian, comes from Roman family name Marcianus and ultimately derives from Marcus. It’s probably related to the name of the Roman god Mars and thus means “male.”
Martyn is the Ukrainian form of Martin, which derives from Roman name Martinus and also ultimately has the root of Mars.
Matviy is the Ukrainian and Belarusian form of Matthew, which ultimately derives from Hebrew name Matityahu (gift of God).
Metro is a diminutive of Dmytro.
Mindovh is the Ukrainian form of Lithuanian name Mindaugus, which derives from either mintis (thought) or minti (remember), and daug (much).
Musiy is a folk form of Moses, which comes from Hebrew name Moshe and either derives from Egyptian word mes (son) or a Hebrew word meaning “deliver.”
Mykhaylo is the Ukrainian form of Michael (Who is like God?).
Mykhayil is an alternate form of Mykhaylo.
Mykola is the Ukrainian form of Nicholas, which comes from Greek name Nikolaos and means “victory of the people.”
Mykyta is the Ukrainian form of Greek name Niketas (winner, victor).
Myroslav means “glory of the world” and “glory of peace.”