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Meaning of the Name Mercy

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The first name Mercy is of Spanish, English, French origin. It is often a girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

Spanish: Diminutive of Mercedes: Mercy. Derived from One of the Spanish Titles for the Virgin Mary (Maria De Las Mercedes)
English: From the Virtue, Sweet-tempered, Sympathetic, Simple-mannered
French: Merciful
English: Mercy. Merciful
English: Compassion

Similar Names

Marc | March | Marci | Marco | Merek | Meres | Meroz | Mersc | Marcy | Merci |

Related Names

Aaric  (English)
Variant of Aric 'Rule With Mercy.'
Aaric  (Norse)
Variant of Aric Rule With Mercy
Anya  (Egyptian)
God's Grace & Mercy
Ar  (Anglo Saxon)
Mercy
Aric  (Norse)
Rule With Mercy. See Also Eric
Arick  (Norse)
Variant of Aric 'Rule With Mercy.'
Arick  (English)
Variant of Aric 'Rule With Mercy.'
Arik  (Norse)
Variant of Aric 'Rule With Mercy.'
Arrick  (English)
Variant of Aric 'Rule With Mercy.'
Arrick  (Norse)
Variant of Aric 'Rule With Mercy.'
Bethesda  (Biblical)
House of Pity or Mercy
Bethesda  (Biblical)
House of Pity or Mercy
Bethesda  (Hebrew)
House of Mercy
Clemence  (Latin)
Variant of Clementia: Mildness, Clemency, Mercy. Famous Bearer: Clemence Was the Mythological Roman Goddess of Pity
Clemence  (French)
Clemency; Mercy. Clemence Was the Mythological Roman Goddess of Pity
Clemency  (Latin)
Variant of Clementia: Mildness, Clemency, Mercy. Famous Bearer: Clemence Was the Mythological Roman Goddess of Pity
Clemens  (Danish)
Clemency; Mercy
Clementia  (Latin)
Mildness. The Name Clementia Was Borne by the Roman Goddess of Mercy. Clementia and Its Variants Have Been Used Occasionally in Britain Since the Middle Ages, Hut are Uncommon in Modern Times
Clementina  (French)
Variant of Clemence Meaning Clemency, Mercy
Clementine  (French)
Variant of Clemence Meaning Clemency, Mercy
Daya  (Hindu)
Kindness, Mercy, Pity
Daya  (Indian)
kindness, mercy, pity
Dorcas  (Greek)
Gazelle. Famous Bearer: the New Testament Dorcas Who 'Abounded in Good Deeds and Gifts of Mercy, ' Was a Charitable Woman Raised from the Dead by St Peter
Eleanor  (French)
Mercy, or Full of Mercy (Ella, Ellen, Ellie,
Elhanan  (Biblical)
Grace, or Gift, or Mercy of God
Ellen  (French)
Mercy, or Merciful
Elon-beth-hanan  (Biblical)
The House of Grace or Mercy
Elon-beth-hanan  (Biblical)
The House of Grace or Mercy
Eltekeh  (Biblical)
Of Grace or Mercy
Eltekeh  (Biblical)
Of Grace or Mercy
Grace  (English)
Elegance, Kindness, Mercy. Pet Name: Gracie. (Grace)
Hanani  (Biblical)
My Grace, My Mercy
Hananiah  (Biblical)
Grace, Mercy, Gift of the Lord
Hanniel  (Biblical)
Grace or Mercy of God
Hasadiah  (Biblical)
The Mercy of the Lord
Jehohanan  (Biblical)
Grace, or Mercy, or Gift, of the Lord
Jerahmeel  (Biblical)
The Mercy, or the Beloved, of God
John  (Biblical)
The Grace or Mercy of the Lord
Jushabhesed  (Biblical)
Dwelling-place, Change of Mercy
Kannon  (Japanese)
Form of Kuan-yin Who Was Chinese Buddhist Deity of Mercy
Kripa  (Hindu)
Mercy, Grace
Kuan-yin  (Chinese)
Buddhist Deity of Mercy
Lo-ruhamah  (Biblical)
Not Having Obtained Mercy, Not Pitied
Mercedes  (Spanish)
Mercy. Derived from One of the Spanish Titles for the Virgin Mary (Maria De Las Mercedes)
Mercia  (English)
Mercy
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