Female, M names, Proto-Indo-European, Virtues/Attributes


Maxene is a variant spelling of Maxine, a feminine form of Max which is usually a short form of Maximillian or Maximus meaning “greatest” (a superlative of Magnus) which derives from PIE root word *méǵh₂s (great, big).

Origin: Proto-Indo-European



  • Maxine (English)
  • Maxina (English)
  • Maxima (Ancient Roman)
  • Maximilienne (French)
  • Maximiliana (Ancient Roman)
  • Maximiliane (German)
  • Massima (Italian)


Male forms:

  • Massimo (Italian)
  • Maximos (Latin Greek)
  • Maksim (Russian, Belarusian, Ukrainian, Macedonian)
  • Maxim (Russian, Ukrainian, Belarusian)
  • Maxime (French)
  • Maksym (Polish, Ukrainian)
  • Máximo (Spanish)
  • Macsen (Welsh)
  • Maxen (Welsh)
  • Maximilian (Ancient Roman)
  • Maximillian (English)
  • Maximilianus (Ancient Roman)
  • Maximillus
  • Maximilien (French)
  • Massimiliano (Italian)
  • Maximiliano (Spanish, Portuguese)
  • Maksimilian (Russian)
  • Maksymilian (Polish)
  • Maxmilián (Czech)
  • Maximilián (Slovak)



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