Michaels (name)

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Michaels
Family name
Pronunciation /ˈmkəlz/ MY-kəlz[1]
Meaning form of 'Who is like God'
Region of origin Hebrew
Related names Michels, Michals, St. Michaels

Michaels is an patronymic surname meaning "son of Michael". The prefix Michael- comes from Hebrew: מִיכָאֵל / מיכאל[miˈχaʔel], meaning "Who is like God?". A common English language surname, it is rare as a given name. There are other spellings. People with the name Michaels include:

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  • Patrick Michaels (born 1950), American research professor specializing on the influence of climate on agriculture

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  1. ^ mī′·kəlz