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Subject: Re: Micaela/Michela
Author: Miss Claire   (Authenticated as Miss Claire)
Date: June 9, 2005 at 8:04:34 AM
Reply to: Re: Micaela/Michela by Elena
They are pron. differently and I think both are used in Italy. Maybe in Italian there is only Michele, but the two feminine forms show that there are two names: Michael and Michel. The first is from the Hebrew "who is like G-d?", and the second from the Hebrew "one who asks". :)


~~ Claire ~~


My ! are Alia, Eidel, Enola, Israel, Dudel, Yuri, Lina, Lorelei, Leilani, Owen, Julian, Glorinda, Mirinda
My ? are Hillel, Meshullam, Johnny, Ginny, Cordelia, Fiammetta, Yocheved
My ~ are Tehila, Tilda, Hailey, Gillian, Huldah
My / are Aglaia and July

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