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MAHHON > *MAKON > MACIAN

This name derives from Old English (Anglo-Saxon) “macian”, meaning “to make, form, construct, do, prepare, arrange, transform”, from the West Germanic “*makon”. In turn derives from the Old High German “mahhon", meaning “to construct, make”. The name means stoneworker, one who works with stone. Mason is a traditionally masculine given name, although recently the name has been used for either sex. Its origin is from the occupational surname Mason.

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