What does Mikael mean?
Mikael has 21 more different relations via Michael: Makai▲, Michail, Michal, Miche, Micheal▼, Michel▼, Michele, Michiel, Mickey▼, Miguel, Mihai, Mihail, Mihailo, Mihaly, Mihangel, Mike▼, Mikey, Mikhos, Miko, Miky and Myke.Kreatif forms:
(male) Mikaelley, Mikaelmo, ..
(female) Mikaeli, Mikaelle, ..
How popular is Mikael?
Mikael is an uncommonly occurring first name for men. Mikael is also an unusual last name for all people. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Presented below is the baby name statistics of Mikael for boys. Mikael entered the list in 1970-1979 and reached its peak rank of #1118 in the U.S. in 2013, and is currently at #1214. (Top 2000 Names, 2014)
Shown below is a comparison of the usage of the boy name Mikael and affiliated names. Makai (#712 last year), Michael (#7), Michal, Micheal (#811), Michel, Michele, Michiel, Mickey (#1575), Miguel (#146), Mike (#970), Mikel (#1161), Mikhail (#1284), Miquel, Mychael, Mykal and Mykel (#1823) are the popular related forms of Mikael (#1214 last year). Other forms, like Miko, are uncommon. Usage of these forms of Mikael was more pronounced among parents 64 years ago (adoption of 4.67%) and has become much less since (adoption 1.03%, down 78%). Michael is more ubiquitous than the rest, although Makai appears to be getting popular too, while forms such as Mickey are no longer trendy.
Mikael is pronounced similarly to Mikal. Other recommended names are Adael, Airel, Aksel, Asael, Askel, Cael, Dael, Dekel, Eskel, Fidel, Gael, Giovel, Hillel, Ismael▲, Israel▲, Jael, Jamael, Kael, Kimbel, Lindel, Lionel, Magal, Makabee, Makani, Makar, Makari, Makary, Malkiel, Mandel, Manoel, Mansel, Manuel▼, Manvel, Mardel, Markel, Martel, Marvel, Mckade, Mckay, Mel, Mendel, Merrel, Micah▲, Migdal, Miki, Mikio, Milan▲, Miles▲, Millen, Miller▲, Milten (see Milton), Miner, Mircea, Mirek, Mishaal, Mishal, Mitchel▼, Moriel, Mosaed, Muriel, Niel, Nigel, Niguel, Nijel, Nikhel, Pedael (see Pedahel), Rafael▲, Rigel, Samael, Videl, Yael▲, Yisrael, Ysmael and Zindel. These names tend to be more commonly used than Mikael.