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I like how this name has two well-known names, but the name itself is hardly used.
-- Veronica Mikal  9/11/2006
I LOVE this name, Michelangelo is my fave Ninja Turtle, and I love the painter's paintings and sculptures. I am consdering this for a son.
-- tigerlilly  5/22/2007
Ok, I would definitely consider this a name for a future son. It sounds brave, and it sounds much better than Michael. But as a middle name though, because immature children would make fun of him.
-- Anonymous User  7/26/2007
It would sound hopelessly pompous on a person today.
-- slight night shiver  4/30/2008
I simply love this name. I already have a plan for my son as he grows with this name. As a small child I'll call him Mickey, then as a teenager I'll call him Mick then he'll probably like Michelangelo by the time he's an adult. I love the relation with Mick Jagger and of course, Michelangelo himself.
-- penelopepitstop  9/5/2008
This name sounds too much for a child to live up to. Michelangelo created lovely works of art, and I don't think anyone mowadays can copy them. It also makes me think of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle.
-- bananarama  9/12/2008
There was another great Michelangelo in Italian art - Michelangelo Merisi better known as 'Caravaggio' from his town of origin. [noted -ed]
-- Anton  3/13/2010
Michelangelo Antonioni, Cavaliere di Gran Croce OMRI (1912 – 2007) was an Italian film director from Ferrara, Italy.
-- IrishKisses  9/11/2010
Michelangelo Cerquozzi (1602-1660) was an Italian painter known as 'Michelangelo of the Battles'.
-- Anonymous User  10/19/2011
Michelangelo dei Conti was the birthname of Pope Innocent XIII (Pontificate between 1721-1724).
-- CarolinW  6/11/2012
Pronounced Mick-el-anj-elo in Italian.
-- Anonymous User  7/16/2012
In English, it is pronounced MIE-kel-ahn-je-lo. In Italian, it is pronounced mee-KEL-ahn-je-lo.
-- GoodNightingale  9/15/2013
From the Italian form of the given name Michael and the Italian word for angel. Possibly a reference to the Archangel Michael, who appears in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. While various forms of the names Michael and Angel are popular throughout the world, the name Michelangelo remains rare in usage. Other forms of Michelangelo include Michel-Ange (French), Miguel Ángel (Spanish), Michêlagnul (Friulian), Mikeranjero (Japanese), Michael Angelus (Latin), and Mikelandželas (Lithuanian),
-- GoodNightingale  9/20/2013
The pronunciation is mee-keh-LAHN-je-lo.
-- presentperfect  10/10/2013

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