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I like this spelling, as well as Micaela.
-- Anonymous User  11/22/2005
I love this classic, traditional spelling. Michaela is a beautiful name if spelled correctly.
-- tmarie  12/16/2005
This is my name, and I never really liked it. People can't spell it, and when the song "Mickey" comes on the radio or at a social at school I want to crawl under a log and die. But when my friends talk about my name, they say it's pretty and different. I began liking my name when my German teacher said it with a German accent and I've began liking it again. Plus no one calls me Michaela anyway, they all call me Michi (Mickie).
-- Michaela2006  1/13/2006
"Michaela" is also a Slovak version. [noted -ed]
-- Anonymous User  2/22/2006
Michaela Odone is the name of the mother in the 1992 movie Lorenzo's Oil.
-- ellen2321  5/6/2006
I like this better than Makayla. I wonder why it is the spelling Makayla that has become so popular, rather than the more classical spelling Michaela.
-- HebrideanBlack  5/16/2006
In the show Dr Quinn Medicine Woman, Dr Quinn's first name is Michaela. I love the name because it's different yet sounds so graceful. If I have daughters, they will be called Charlotte Elizabeth and Michaela Jane.
-- stace87  6/4/2006
Spelled Makayla it is *HORRID* but this way it is lovely.
-- nelirosala  6/25/2006
Michaela is a gorgeous, classic name when spelled correctly (which is rare!)
-- Fionafabulous  7/8/2006
Pronounced mi-kha-eh-lah in Germany, common name here.
[noted -ed]
-- JHK  9/3/2006
Listen to the German pronunciation of Michaela here:
http://www.nordicnames.de/Aussprache.html.
-- _satu_  9/3/2006
I love this name but hate its modern variants. Some names you can change the spelling, some you just can't.
-- classy  9/3/2006
I have always liked the name Michaela, with this traditional spelling. I like the name Michaela Bryn.
-- Anonymous User  10/1/2006
Ming-Na Wen (former E.R. star) has a daughter named Michaela. I really love this name.
-- Anonymous User  10/13/2006
Eight or so years ago I loved the name Michaela, but now I'm not so fond of it. The popularity and "creative" ways of spelling the name somewhat ruined it for me. Some of the spellings are just too out there.

I feel sorry for families at the park calling out "Makayla/Michaela/etc, it's time to go," and a half dozen little girls look up and say "Just five more minutes, Mommy." But then that would be the situation for any popular name at any given time.
-- Missy  12/8/2006
I think this name is very pretty. I once met a sweet little Mikaela but I prefer the Michaela spelling. :)
-- Belle  12/29/2006
I think this spelling is much prettier than Makayla, which had such a boost in popularity for no apparent reason.
-- 7up  2/8/2007
Popularity warning - my grade school age son had no fewer than 3 Michaela's (all spelled differently) in his class last year. If you are going to use this name, though, for pity's sake use this spelling.
-- elizabeth hamlet  3/22/2007
My mum's name is this, spelt this way, but she gets called Kay. I definitely prefer this spelling to any other variations!
-- Skye x  5/5/2007
I love this name! It's so gorgeous! I think it is pronounced like McKayla.
-- Taydbug112  5/30/2007
I used to like it, before the sudden boom of popularity and stupid misspellings. Why take a name that looks pretty - MICHAELA - and spell it like it's an old Scottish surname - McKayla? Why why why? Looks so ugly.
-- BlueSomehow  8/10/2007
Where I live, it's pronounced mi-KAY-luh.
-- Anonymous User  9/1/2007
Czechia Top 100:
In the year 2007 is Michaela in 14th place. Rank: 1026 little girls.
Nicknames: Misha, Michalka, Michalinda, Ela.
-- Maggie_Simpson  9/1/2007
In the British Soap Hollyoaks, there is a character called Micheala Mcqueen. She is one of the 5 Mcqueen sisters. She is known for being a bit of a slapper.
-- Anonymous User  2/26/2008
This is the way the name should be spelled. It's SUPPOSED to be Michael with an 'a' added to it, that's the point. Of course, in English, the name isn't pronounced like Michael at all. Germans might have more to complain about in terms of lack of femininity, but in English, the name sounds very feminine. It's not a particularly classy or sophisticated name, but at least spelling it right is a good start. I hate the nickname Kayla and would rather use the nickname Miki, it is very cute.
-- slight night shiver  4/30/2008
Famous bearers:
Handball player Michaela Borovská
Model Michaela Maláčová
Handball player Michaela Dederlová
Costume Designer Michaela Bakotová
Actress Michaela Badinková
Actress Michaela Conlin
Actress/Dancer Michaela Drotárová
Actress Michaela Horká
Volleyball player Michaela Jelínková
-- Emilie007  7/9/2008
I think it's a nice name, and something different, much nicer than Michelle! Michelle is horrible! Michaela is lovely.
-- mary26  7/19/2008
Michaëlla Krajíček, a tennis player, born 9th January, 1989 in Delft, Netherlands.
-- Emilie007  9/5/2008
This name is ok I guess, but I think Michelle is a much prettier name.
-- Anonymous User  9/18/2008
My parents shortened it to Mieke, because no one could pronounce it the German way. Then no one could pronounce Mieke so it was changed to Micky. I like it but it is a mouthful.
-- micky_watkins  10/24/2008
As you can most likely figure out this IS my name. I enjoy both the German and American pronunciation of it. I have gotten about 120 different nicknames stemmed from mispronunciation or fun. But overall I love my name. For me it is even a relief when someone who also has my name spells it wrong because I am so used to no one else having my name that I am almost upset when someone does. Ha ha. Now that I am a junior in College I have grown to love it even more, I feel as though it reflects my individual personality. I can honestly say I would never want to change my name.
-- MichaelPlusA  11/19/2008
This is my name and trust me it really isn't fun to have. People pronounce it wrong and spell it wrong. Even my friends. I never new anyone for years with a name like mine until all of the sudden I knew like 5 Mikayla's. Then you become a Mikayla not a Michaela. By the way it's supposed to be pronounced, at least in my case, like mi-kael-la.
-- Anonymous User  2/27/2009
This is a lovely name. It's a shame people have to ruin the spellings with such horrors such as "Mikayla", or, even worse, "Makayla".
-- emmiix3  3/16/2009
I really like this name and this spelling only. It's a shame a lot of people have butchered the spelling into Mikayla or Mackayla etc. Michaela is so much better.
-- hayleyskye  4/7/2009
Michaela is a beautiful name. I like the spelling Michaela more than Makayla, Mickayla, Mckayla, or any other alternatives.
-- ohemily_  5/8/2009
Michaela should only be spelled this way. Any other modern variant just looks awful.
-- MtotheK  5/16/2009
Well, I love this name. Spelled this way. I also like the variant Mikaela. Mainly, because that spelling doesn't ruin the name like Makayla or crap like that (no offense to anyone named Makayla) because there are some languages that spell Michael, "Mikael" & when I see Michaela I think of chalk and then I think if a pretty little girl.
-- baileymarissa  5/20/2009
I love this name! It is so pretty, and so is the spelling! I hate how people spell it in such odd ways; I personally think that "Michaela" looks best! (:

Beautiful name, by the way! Anyone would be lucky to have it. (:
-- RosePetals016  6/23/2009
Michaela Denis (28 August 1914-4 May 2003) was a wildlife documentary film-maker and presenter on English television. She was born Michaela Holdsworth in London, of partly Russian descent. A glamorous blonde, she made On Safari programmes with her Belgian husband Armand.
-- Just Jonquil  8/17/2009
I forgot to mention it's also often spelled Michaëla in Dutch.
-- renee06  9/15/2009
It's also (rarely) used in the Netherlands. It's pronounced mee-kah-EL-lah or mee-cha-EL-lah (with a hard g).
-- renee06  9/15/2009
Sounds nice; looks ugly.
-- AlineHope  2/3/2010
My name is Jordan Michaela, and I love it. I say Michaela like "mick-ah-la". People usually say it wrong, they usually say it like Mikayla, but oh well, it's not really too bad. I also like other spellings of my name though. Like Mikaela and Mikala.
-- jorrdan.  2/19/2010
Only one thing I can say: pretty! (:
-- --allison--  4/25/2010
This is my name :) but mine's really strange because it's pronounced MIKIE LA, lol. I don't think anyone else says it like that. I used to hate it but now I love my name it's different and it's a laugh to see a new teacher tries to pronounce it but I don't mind that some people can't say it. I get called Kyla mostly never Michy I don't like that name. :)
-- kylaaxx  6/5/2010
This is my favourite spelling of Michaela. Absolutely hate Makayla, though I like Mikaela.
-- Anonymous User  8/6/2010
I like this name, but it's become so common with all of the misspellings.
-- Chrila96  9/12/2010
This is my name! And I LOVE it and I haven't heard ANYONE with the same name as me from pre-k - high school! People make my name SO COMPLEX! And people say it the Mexican way! I'm not MEXICAN! So don't say it in the MEXICAN WAY! People would spell my name like Mcala!? I'm named after my dad Michael
But people spell my name MICHAEL or call me MICHAEL for attendance! There's a freackin A at the end! MichaelA! But I still LOVE my name! Michaela (I hate the name MICHELLE!)
-- Mkella  10/3/2010
This is my best friend's name & I think it fits her perfectly! The only bad part is people almost always pronounce it wrong:( I would recommend this name, & I think Micky is a good nickname for it:)
-- Anonymous User  10/21/2010
I really can't stand this name. I hate the way it sounds and looks. I like some female names derived from male names, but I usually don't like it when a female name is simply a male name with an 'a' at the end of it. Although I do have to admit that this spelling is much better than alternatives such as Makayla or Mckayla.
-- Anonymous User  10/25/2010
Despite my strong dislike for its masculine counterpart, I kind of like Michaela. It's by no means a name I'd consider for my hypothetical future daughter, but it's rather nice. I can see this name on pretty much everyone, from an little baby to a grandma. I don't really like any nicknames for it though. Micky reminds me of Mickey Mouse, I dislike the name Kayla and due to my hatred for the name Michael anything that could also be short for that makes me cringe. The name does however make me think of Dr. Quinn, Medicine woman right away. It's not exactly a bad association though. Dr. Michaela Quinn was a strong character.
-- Proctorness  8/6/2011
Unlike all of you, I like the alternative spellings of Michaela. Mikalah and Mikayla are definitely my favorites. Michaela looks very unoriginal, and, despite being uncommon, makes me feel like it's just Michael - a very common name.
-- Anonymous User  10/6/2011
I find it funny that people think that is spelling is beautiful. It looks so ugly and any one who has never heard the pronunciation of this name is gonna think it's pronounced "Michael" with an "a" following it.
-- Anonymous User  11/24/2011
Michaela Lacky is Miss Georgia 2011, but she pronounces is Mi-Kyla.
-- Anonymous User  12/25/2011
It's sort of hilarious that the misspellings (Mikayla/Makayla/whatever) are super overused, but the correct spelling came in as the 392nd most popular name in 2010. I don't even like Michaela, but whenever I see a little girl with this name I feel like I should congratulate the parents for spelling it right.
-- arrowhead909  3/5/2012
Mikhaela "Khaela" Yvonne Maricich is a singer/performance artist who is best known for her music as "The Blow."
-- mymymetrocard  3/10/2012
This is my sisters name and I think that it is really pretty though my family call her Miki or Kayla. My parents spelled it Michaela because it is after my uncle Mike who was still born.
-- emilymaryjane  6/24/2012
Personally, I like this spelling over all the others. Even if it has nothing to do with Greek names and does not sound like one, this spelling, somehow, reminds me of names in ancient Greek mythology that sound especially beautiful or strong or awesome or unique that you'd never really name your kids (even though you'd really like to) that people are prone to mispronounce at some point. The other spellings just simplify it and sound too trendy, no offense to people with those spellings. However, in any spelling, I personally think we should stop naming kids this; not because it's ugly but because we should try and preserve its lack of popularity. That way, it'll sound more unique and rare. If you agree with me, please reply right away!
-- StarMoon  1/6/2013
This is my name. At first I liked it, then I hated it and began wishing for a new name, then I started loving it, and now my feelings are mixed. The countless variations continue to increase in popularity, and I have run into countless other people with the name, and that number is continually increasing. No, I do not count spelling, because it is still the same name. Each night I pray that its popularity will decline by just a bit... so you may want to reconsider naming your child this for a while. I wish it were less common :(
-- Anonymous User  1/31/2013
I've also heard the horrible pronunciation of MIE-kə-lah.
-- Anonymous User  7/1/2013
I agree that it's quite sad how unpopular this spelling is, and spellings like 'Mikayla', 'Makayla' and 'Mikaela' are so popular. I believe 'Makayla' is even in the top 100. Yes, when pronounced in English, it does sound like it has the name Kayla in it. But if I'm not mistaken, this name came about before Kayla was even invented. It's meant to be a feminine form of Michael, not 'McKayla'. The name itself sounds a little too cutesy to me although the spelling does look really pretty (funny, because its just michael with an a). I feel like it should really be pronounced the correct way, "mee-kah-ELL-a" which actually, is quite exotic and beautiful. All in all, if you really have to use this name, PLEASE spell it correctly! I do like this name if its pronounced mi-kah-ELL-a, and you could always nickname her Ella or ellie if no one pronounces it correctly.
-- Anonymous User  7/21/2013
I don't particularly like names that have dozens of different spelling variations and 'Michaela' is no exception. But I do prefer the spelling Michaela to others, it looks more genuine. It's extremely common in Australia to the point where it's the average working class girl name. I had a class with three 'Michaela's and all of them spelt the name differently: Mikhaila, Mikayla, Michaela. I've also seen McKayla, Mikaela, Makayla and Mikaila. I don't really understand why this name is so popular, it's not ugly but it's not pretty either.
-- Almonds  8/3/2013
If you're going to name your daughter Mikaela/ Makayla/ Mikayla/ whatever you come up with. Don't. Spell it THIS WAY.
-- --allison--  10/25/2013
My name is Michaela and to the people saying it's ugly, please stop being rude. Yes, teachers and a lot of people don't pronounce it right but it takes what? Two seconds to correct them? In my opinion my names unique and the way it's spelled is better than Makayla which is used all the time. By the way, it's not your name so don't worry about it. What if someone is saying your name is ugly? Have some respect, we didn't choose our name to be spelt this way.
-- Anonymous User  12/6/2013
Michaela is a pretty cute name. ^ᴗ^ It has such a powerful meaning. I favour and rate this traditional spelling much higher than the other variants. Oh, and who wouldn't want to be called by the nickname "Mickey"? (Hey, I like Mickey Mouse, okay!?) All the more reason to ♥ this awesome name. :D.
-- LoveHeartKawaii  4/14/2014

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