The baby name Mair is a unisex name, 1 syllables long and is pronounced "mare".
Mair is a Welsh name that means "bitter" or "sea". It is a variant of the name Mary, which comes from the Hebrew name Miriam. The name has been used in Wales for centuries and is still popular today. In Welsh mythology, Mair is the name of the mother of the hero Gwydion.
Mair is a unisex name, but it is more commonly used for girls. In Wales, it is pronounced "my-er". However, in English-speaking countries, it is often pronounced as "mare". The name has been used by several notable people, including Welsh politician Mair Eluned Morgan and Welsh singer Mair Robins.
The name Mair is of Welsh origin and is made up of two components: "maer" meaning "bitter" and "mor" meaning "sea". The name has a long history in Wales and is associated with Welsh culture and mythology. While it is not as common as some other Welsh names, it is still a popular choice for parents looking for a unique and meaningful name for their child.