What does Michelangelo mean?
Michelangelo /mi-che-lan-ge-lo/ as a boys' name. Combined form of Michael (Hebrew) "who is like God?" and Angelo (Greek) "messenger". Use, mostly Italian, probably refers to Michelangelo Buonarroti, the great Italian Renaissance sculptor-artist.
Michelangelo has 49 different relations via Michael: Maik, Makai▲, Meical, Micael, Mical, Micha, Michaelangelo, Michail, Michal, Michale, Miche, Micheal▼, Michel▼, Michele, Michelet, Michiel, Mick, Mickey▼, Micky, Miesha, Miguel▲, Mihai, Mihail, Mihailo, Mihaly, Mihangel, Mikael, Mike▼, Mikel▼, Mikell, Mikey, Mikhail, Mikhalis, Mikhos, Mikkel, Miko, Mikol, Miky, Miquel, Mischa, Misha, Mitch▼, Mitchell▼, Mychael, Mychal, Mykal, Myke, Mykel and Mykell.Kreatif forms: Mechelangelo, Michelangele, Michelangemo. [more]
How popular is Michelangelo?
Michelangelo is an uncommon given name for men and an equally unique surname for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Michael (#7 2 years ago), Miguel (#146), Angelo (#315), Mitchell (#504), Makai (#712), Micheal (#811), Mike (#970), Mykel, Mitch, Mychal, Mikhail, Mikael, Michale, Michel, Michele, Mickey and Mikel are the prominent alternative forms of Michelangelo (outside Top 1000). Other forms, like Mikol, are uncommon. These forms of Michelangelo were at the apex of their popularity during the years 1960-1969 (usage of 0.4168%) and are somewhat less popular today (usage 0.2079%, down 50.1%). Michael has been the most prominent, although Makai seems to be gaining popularity too, and Mitchell is now less common. Shown below is an analysis of the popularity of the boy name Michelangelo and corresponding names. (Top 1000 Baby Names Records, 2014)