MICKEY
GENDER: Masculine & Feminine
USAGE: English
PRONOUNCED: MIK-ee   [key]
Meaning & History
Diminutive or feminine form of MICHAEL. This was the name that Walt Disney gave to Ub Iwerks' cartoon character Mickey Mouse, who was originally named Mortimer Mouse. Another famous bearer was the American baseball player Mickey Mantle (1931-1995).
Related Names
VARIANTS: Mick, Micky, Mike, Mikey
FEMININE FORM: Mikki
OTHER LANGUAGES: Mikel, Mitxel (Basque), Michael (Biblical), Michael, Mikhael (Biblical Greek), Mikha'el (Biblical Hebrew), Michael (Biblical Latin), Mihail, Mikhail (Bulgarian), Miquel (Catalan), Myghal (Cornish), Mihael, Mihajlo, Mihovil, Miho, Mijo (Croatian), Michael, Michal (Czech), Michael, Mikael, Mikkel (Danish), Maikel, Michael, Michaël, Michel, Michiel, Mick (Dutch), Miĥaelo, Mikelo, Miĉjo (Esperanto), Mihkel (Estonian), Mikael, Mika, Mikko, Miska (Finnish), Michel, Michaël, Mickaël (French), Mikheil, Misho (Georgian), Michael, Michel, Michi (German), Michail, Michalis, Mihail, Mihalis (Greek), Mikala (Hawaiian), Mikha'el (Hebrew), Mihály, Miksa, Misi, Miska (Hungarian), Mícheál (Irish), Michele (Italian), Mihails, Miķelis (Latvian), Mykolas (Lithuanian), Mihail (Macedonian), Mikaere (Maori), Michel (Medieval French), Michael, Mikael, Mikkel (Norwegian), Michał (Polish), Miguel, Miguelito (Portuguese), Mihai, Mihail, Mihăiță (Romanian), Mikhail, Misha (Russian), Mihkkal (Sami), Mìcheal, Micheil (Scottish), Mihailo, Mihajlo, Mijo (Serbian), Michal (Slovak), Mihael, Miha (Slovene), Miguel, Miguelito (Spanish), Michael, Mikael, Mikkel (Swedish), Mikhailo, Mykhailo, Mykhaylo (Ukrainian), Meical (Welsh)
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