Michael ( /ˈmaɪkəl/), also occasionally Micheal, is a given name that comes from the Hebrew: מִיכָאֵל / מיכאל (Mikha'el), derived from the question מי כאל (mi k'ʔel) meaning "Who is like God?" In English, it is sometimes shortened to Mike, Mikey, Mickey, or Mick.
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... Michael Heseltine, Raising The Sights - A Tory Perspective, in the Primrose League Gazette, vol.91, no.2, Aug/Sept 1987 edition, London ... Unauthorised Biography, André Deutsch, London, September 1987, ISBN 0-233-98001-6 Michael Crick, Michael Heseltine A Biography, Hamish Hamilton, 1997, ISBN 0-241-13691-1 Michael Heseltine, Life in ...
1894–1962) Paul Ramsey (1913–1988) John Rawls (1921–2002) Murray Rothbard (1926–1995) Michael Quinlan (1930–2009) Michael Novak (1933–) Michael Walzer (1935 ...
... "Misha" (common in Russia) and "Mickey" are short forms of, or nicknames for, Michael as a given name ... The Irish language version of the name Michael is usually spelt Mícheál but is also sometimes spelt Micheál or simply Micheal ... Meik and Maik are German short forms of Michael ...
... George Ade Moin Akhter Sholom Aleichem Henry Alford Baba Ali Woody Allen Michael "Atters" Attree Arthur "Bugs" Baer Russell Baker Linwood Barclay Dave Barry Robert Benchley Stefano Benni Ambrose Bierce ... Drew Gad Elmaleh Evan Esar John O'Farrell Max Ferguson Will Ferguson Scott Fivelson Michael Flanders Michael Frayn Ian Frazier Lewis Burke Frumkes Rémi Gaillard Neil ... McManus Michael Moore John Bingham Morton Ebrahim Nabavi Petroleum V ...
... Salmi, Royal Dano, Strother Martin, Michael J ... Fritz Feld, John Carradine, Al Lewis, Hans Conried, Dennis Patrick, Michael Rennie among many others ... Travanti (billed as "Danny Travanty") and Michael Conrad, made guest appearances on separate episodes ...
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