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Mitch was the name of David Hasselhoff's character on Baywatch.
― Anonymous User  1/4/2006
Mitch Hedberg (February 24, 1968 – March 29, 2005) was an American stand-up comedian.
― Anonymous User  1/4/2006
This name rhymes with a word you are not supposed to know. HA.
Taydbug112  12/17/2006
Mitch Albom is a novelist who wrote Tuesdays with Morrie and the Five People you Meet in Heaven.
sharonrenee  8/6/2007
I love the name Mitch. At first hearing it seemed like a name one would hear on soapies, almost as if it is a nickname. But after knowing a Mitch and hearing the name often it gives a swarv, boisterous and sweet impression of the bearer. It also carries well through childhood and into becoming an adult. It is simple and yet not common which is rare! Thumbs up for Mitch!
CLAUDIA 20  1/29/2008
I hate the sound of this name. Let's just say that it doesn't rhyme with very nice words.
slight night shiver  4/30/2008
Mitch is one of Flower's sons on "Meerkat Manor". Adventurous and daring, Mitch has been given the "hero" label once worn by his older brother Shakespeare, who is missing (and presumed dead).
FMRadio  6/3/2008
Mitch Hewer is the actor who plays Maxxie in the series Skins.
x__isa  1/4/2009
May also be spelt Mitchal--same meaning but sounds more masculine.
Rom  1/8/2009
On the show South Park, Mitch Connor is the name of Eric Cartman's sentient left hand.
bathos  4/23/2010
Mitch Grassi, a member of Pentatonix.
― Anonymous User  8/21/2014
Mitch Lucker is the late lead singer of metal band Suicide Silence.
ERK  11/24/2016
Mitch Lee is introduced in Showtime (expansion pack for The Sims 3) with his wife Sonoko, is a bearer of this name.
lilolaf  7/1/2017
Mitchell 'Mitch' Evans is a racing driver from New Zealand. He was the 2012 GP3 champion, and competed in the GP2 series for four years, before joining Formula E with Panasonic Jaguar Racing for the 2016/2017 season.
― Anonymous User  7/11/2017
Despite rhyming with the b-word, I still think this name is an energetic and strong name. Mitchell, its full form, is good too, but the -ell is sorta extra. At least this name sounds somewhat more unique than Mike or Mick!
XYKLONE  3/6/2018
Continuing my previous comment: My English name is Mitchell, but I go normally go by Mitch (I respond to both). Nowadays most Mitchells go by the full form, so going by Mitch would be refreshing. Sure this name rhymes with the b-word, but no one has yet picked on my name. Mitch is a nickname that ages well, it's not too youthful, like Tommy, or too old-fashioned, like Gertie. Mitch also fits many kinds of people: a sport-loving kid, a goofy teen, a business man, or a professor. Also, one of the namesakes is Hurricane Mitch of 1998, which was a category 5 hurricane, and that adds some awesomeness to the name since I normally like names that were used on tropical cyclones. (kinda weird but that's just me).
XYKLONE  4/9/2018

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