Cute. I have a friend called this.
Also a Breton adoption of this name:, (pronounced [mi'ʃeːla])
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The Italian pronunciation is mee-KEH-lah. [noted -ed]
The girl I know with this name pronounces it MEE-she-la. I am not sure whether that or mi-KAY-la (as mentioned in another comment), or both, is correct.
I know someone named Michela who pronounces it like Mikayla.
Another variation is debated between Hawaiian or not. Makela (Ma-K-la)

The Irish is the correct pronunciation and is a last name for most however it was a beautiful twist to a common name.

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