Angel of Mankind - Usually Metatron.
Angels of the Mansions of the Moon - There are 28 names of these governing angels of the moon.
Angel of March - Machidiel (Malchidiel), Melkejal, etc. For angels governing other months of the year. In ancient Persian lore, the angel of March was Favardin.
Angel of the Marriage of Contraries [Camaysar]
Angel of (the planet) Mars - Uriel, Sammael, (Zamiel), Gabriel, Chamael (or Camuel, as listed in Camfield, A Theological Discourse of Angels).
Angel of May - Ambriel (Amriel); also Afsi-Khof. In ancient Persian lore, the angel of may was Khurdad.
Angel of Media - The unnamed tutelary angel of the ancient land of Media who became "corrupted through national bias." According to Ginzberg, The Legends of the Jews, the angel of Media mounted 52 rungs of Jacob's Ladder.
Angel of Memory - Zachriel, Zadkiel, Mupiel. The angels of memory are involked in Mosaic incantations, occult rites, etc.
Angel of (the planet) Mercury - In grimories and geotic texts, the angels of the planet Mercury are variously given as Tiriel, Raphael, Hasdiel, Michael, Barkiel, Zadkiel. In practical cabala, the angel of mercury is Bene (Bne) Seraphim.
Angel of Mercy - Rahmiel (Rhamiel), Rachmiel, Gabriel, Michael, Zehanpuryu, Zadkiel. St. Francis of Assis has been called the angel of mercy and has been so pictured (with wings) in The Douce Apocalypse. As in the case of 2 other mortals (Enoch and Elijah), St. Francis, it is claimed, was transported into an angel and now goes by the name of Rhamiel. Another angel of mercy named in merkabah lore is Uzziel, acting under Metatron.
Angel of Meteors [Angel of Comets]
Angel of Might - "from the shrines of the Egyptians, He (Christ) stole the names of the angels of might"--so claimed pagan writers, according to Arnobius in his Adversus Nationes I. The names of these angels of might are not given.
Angel of Mighty Counsel - The Septuagint version of the famous passage in Isaiah, which has been interpreted by Christian apologists as one of the prophecies of the advent of Christ, and as one of His appellations.
Angel of Migration - Nadiel, who is the governing spirit of the month of Kislav (November-December).
Angel of Mohammed - When Mohammed, according to legend, was transported to heaven, he saw there--as he later reported--an angel with 70,000 faces, each face having 70,000 mouths and each mouth having 70,00 tongues, each tongue speaking 70,000 languages, and all employed in singing God's praises." Brewer in his Dictionary of Phrase and Fable estimates that the foregoing enumeration "would make nearly 5 billion mouths."
Angel of Monday - Gabriel; Arcan (king, in the nether realms); Bilet; Missabu; Abuzaha; and others.
Angel of Mons (legendary) - In Machen, The Bowmen & Other Legends of the War, the angels of Mons, phantoms horsemen, are reported to have appeared at the battle of Mons, bringing aid to the English. The report found general acceptance among civilians as well as among many of the soldiers who fought in the battle.
Angel of the (12) Months of the Year - Gabriel (January); Barchiel (February); Malachidiel (March); Asmodel (April); Ambriel or Amriel (May); Muriel (June); Verchiel (July); Hamaliel (August); Zuriel or Uriel (September); Barbiel (October); Adnachiel ( or Advachiel (November); Hanel or Anael (December). In ancient Persian lore, the angels were: Bahaman (January); Isfandarmend (February); Farvardin (March); Ardibehist (April); Khurdad (May); Tir (June); Murdad (July); Shahrivar (August); Mihr or Miher (September); Aban (October); Azar (November); dai (December).
Angel of the Moon - In Solonic lore, the angels governing the moon are variously given as Yahriel, Iachadiel, Elimiel, Bagriel, Tsaphiel, Zachariel, Iaqwiel, and others. In Longfellow's The Golden Legend, where the 7 planetary angels are named, the angel of the moon is given as gabriel, although in later editions of the poem Longfellow switched to the angel Onafiel. Longfellow coined him inadvertantly through a transposition of the letters "f" and "n" in Ofaniel, who is the traditional angel of the moon.
Angel of Morals - Mehabiah, an angel who assists motals desiring progeny. In The Magus, Mehabiah is cited as one of the 72 angels bearing the name of God Semhamphorae.
Angel of Mountains [Rampel]
Angel of the Muses - Uriel, Isafel, Radueriel, Vretil (Pravuil). The 9 Etruscan gods, the Novensiles, were regarded collectively as constituting the Muses, according to Granius (on the authority of Arnobius in his Adversus Nationes III).
Angel of Music - In Islamic lore, the angel of music is Israfel (Israfil), who is often equated with Uriel.
Angel of the Mutations of the Moon - In ancient Persian lore, the angel was Mah.
Angel of the Mysteries - Raziel, gabriel, Zizuph. In Christian, The History and Practice of Magic, Gabriel is the "genius of Mysteries."