Mikhail

Meaning and origin

Mikhail is a Russian mixed name. The meaning of the name is Who is Like God.



Where is it used?

The name Mikhail is mainly used in Russian.

It is an abbreviated form of

Mihael, used in Slovene.


How do they say it elsewhere?

Meical (In Welsh)
Mikhailo (In Ukrainian)
Micheil (In Scottish)
Mikael (In Scandinavian)
Mikkel (In Scandinavian)
Mihai (In Romanian)
Mykolas (In Lithuanian)
Michele (In Italian)
Mihály (In Hungarian)
Mikko (In Finnish)
Mikelo (In Esperanto)
Mihhaelo (In Esperanto)
Michael (In English, German, Czech and in the bible)
Michaela (In English, German and in Czech)
Micheal (In English)
Myghal (In Cornish)
Miquel (In Catalan)
Michal (In the bible, Polish and in Czech)
Mikel (In Basque)
Mitxel (In Basque)


If it's too long people might use

In English: Mike


For the opposite sex use:

In Ukrainian: Mikayla (F)
In Spanish and in Portuguese: Miguel (M)
In Scandinavian: Mikaela (F)
In Russian: Mikhaila (F)
In Romanian: Mihaela (F)
In Polish: Michalina (F)
In Italian: Michela (F)
In Italian: Micaela (F)
In French: Michele (F)


See also

In Russian: Misha (B)
In Italian: Michelina (F)
In French and in German: Michel (M)
In French and in English: Michelle (F)
In French: Micheline (F)
In Esperanto: Michjo (M)
In English: Mick (M)
In English: Miles (M)

What Mikhail`s say about their name

The best thing about the name Mikhail:
its not very common in australia

The worst thing about the name:
nothing

If my name wasn`t Mikhail....:
vincenzo

Extra information:
its a nice name

More `Mikhail` links

Mikhail as abbreviation
Actors named Mikhail
Mikhail in the encyclopedia