Meaning : Probabaly a variant spelling of the name Macy , meaning 'from the domain of Maccius'. Alternatively may be derived from the name Maisie, from the Latin Margarita , meaning 'Pearl'.,
Origin : English,
Pronunciation : (MAAYZiy),
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Numerology information Maise:
Name Number: 2 Meaning: Partnership, Sense, Other, Passive, Assistance, Acceptance, Intimacy, Peace
Definition funny of Maise:
A Scottish gaelic name, meaning 'beautiful' originates from the highlands of Scotland.
"She's beautiful! We'll call her Maise."
Songs about Maise:
Christiane Maise by Ausser Kontrolle from the Album Koste es was es wolle
Christiane Maise by Ausser Kontrolle from the Album Spieglein ?
Christiane Maise by Ausser Kontrolle from the Album Koste Es Was Es Wolle
Maise by Tasty Licks from the Album Tasty Licks
A mol iz geven a maise by Dibbukim from the Album Az a Foygl un a Goylem Tantsn
A mol iz geven a maise by Anne Kalmering from the Album Ot Azoj!: Sanger pa Jiddisch
Nit Geshtoigen Nit Gefloigen (Hert a Maise Kinderlech) by Mark Olf from the Album Yiddish Folk Songs for Children
Books about Maise:
The Case of the Stolen Sixpence: The Mysteries of Maise Hitchins (Maisie Hitchens Mysteries) by Holly Webb and Anna Bentinck (Oct 28, 2014)
Maise and the Dolphin (Easy Starts)
Maise Brabi Elosor. Enthält: Erklärungen und Auslegungen der Gebete und Psalmen, welche der Religion gomäfs, an... by Eleasar Flekeles (1818)
Frank and Maise (1985)
Die Entstehung des Maises by Necati Demir and Heike Laufenburg (Jun 1, 2009)
Seide Maises...Grandfather's Tales by Brian Taylor (Oct 17, 1994)
The Book Of Corn: A Complete Treatise Upon The Culture, Marketing And Uses Of Maise In America And Elsewhere (... by Herbert Myrick (Sep 10, 2010)
Wiki information Maise:
Maisemore is a village and civil parish in Gloucestershire, England. It lies on the A417 road 2.5 miles northwest of Gloucester, on the west bank of the River Severn. In the 2001 census the parish had a population of 488. There is a church, dedicated...