Michale - Meaning of Michale
Michale is a derivative (English) of the Czech, English, French, German, and Yiddish Michael.
Michale is also a derivative of the Czech, Polish, Slavic, English, and Hebrew Michal.
Michale is uncommon as a baby boy name. At the modest height of its usage in 1973, 0.005% of baby boys were given the name Michale. It was #872 in rank then. The baby name has seen a decline in frequency since then, and is currently of only irregular use. Within the family of boy names directly linked to Michale, Michael was the most popular in 2012.
Baby names that sound like Michale include Macawlay (English), MacCall, MacColl, Maccoll, MacElroy, Macelroy, MacGill, Macgill, Machael, Maciel, MacKile, MacKyle, Mackile, Mackswel, Mackswell, Mackswil, Mackswill, Mackwelle, Mackyle, and Maesel.
† approx pronunciation for Michale: M as in "me (M.IY)" ; IH as in "it (IH.T)" ; CH as in "cheese (CH.IY.Z)" ; HH as in "he (HH.IY)" ; EY as in "ate (EY.T)" ; L as in "lay (L.EY)"