Probably seems nicer in Yiddish than in English. I’m positive.
Some people here have forgotten not all names on this site are English ones... just because it means something in your language doesn't mean it can't be used in countries where the name originated, it is normal, and has no links to what YOU think it is. Grow a brain that isn't centered around your home country.

Nice sounding name, not too long and not too short. Rolls off the tongue well (if you pronounce it right).
A motel is a building...
Often spelled "Muttel", as it's pronounced somewhere between-- "mah-tuhl". The nickname is Motty. This is a very common name in Chasidic and other Orthodox Jewish communities.
This is seriously a name? I'm sorry, but I find it weird for someone to be named after a cheap hotel, especially in an English-speaking country.
A motel is like an inn.
Pronounced moh-tul.
The tailor in Joseph Stein's "Fiddler on the Roof" bears this name.

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