Micheal vs. Michael

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Micheal is a masculine given name. It is sometimes an anglicized form of the Irish names Micheál, Mícheál and Michéal; or the Scottish Gaelic name Mìcheal.


(Old Testament) the guardian archangel of the Jews


Michael is a masculine given name derived from the Hebrew phrase מי כאל‎ mī kāʼēl, 'Who [is] like-El', in Aramaic: ܡܝܟܐܝܠ (Mīkhāʼēl [miχaˈʔel]). The theophoric name is a rhetorical question – , whose answer is , or This question is known in Latin as Quis ut Deus?.

‘Who [is] like [the Hebrew God] El?’; ‘there is none like El’; ‘there is none as famous and powerful as God.’;

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