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Gender of Mikhail.

Mikhail is a name usually given to males.

In a sample of all names from the US Census during the years 1890 to 2006, all of the children named Mikhail were boys.

Although Mikhail is male, why is it sometimes used for girls? Often a name is taken from a neutral concept with no implied gender. Sometimes the name can be derived from two different sources, one male and one female. Names sometimes change gender over time!


Meanings of the name Mikhail.

Closely related variants of the name Mikhail have the following meanings:

  • Who is like god?
  • Gift from God
  • Who is perfect?
  • Who is like God

Origins of Mikhail.

One origin of Mikhail is Slavic.

The origins of names associated with Mikhail are: Hebrew, Celtic, Gaelic, English, Biblical, American, French, Hungary and Russian.

Names related to Mikhail.

Some names related to Mikhail are: Michael, Macayle, Micaela, Mical, Michaela, Michaeline, Michaelyn, Michal, Micheal, Micheil, Michel, Michela, Michele, Michella, Mick, Mickey, Micole, Mikaela, Mike, Mikella, Mikelle, Mikki, Miklós, Miquel, Misha, Mitchel, Mychaela, Mychal, Mychele and Mychelle.

Lucky numbers for Mikhail.

Number 8 playing card;©V.H.Smith

The numerological number for the name Mikhail is 8.

Some two digit lucky numbers for Mikhail are: 17 26 35 44 53 62 71 80 89 98.

What does this mean? If you believe in numbers having mystical powers, it could be something very important. You could look for a spouse with the same numerological number and choose your house or the date of an important even based on it. For most of us it is just a bit of fun. See if you have the same numerological number as any special person in your life.

How do you work out your numerological number? You use a special alphabet which gives a value to each of letters and then add the values of the letters in your name. You can see excactly how we calculated eight as the lucky number for Mikhail here: Calculating lucky numbers for Mikhail.


Popularity of Mikhail.

Graph of popularity of Mikhail

Mikhail was most popular in the year 1990, where it was at position nine hundred and sixty-five for the whole of the USA.

The most popular decade for the name Mikhail was from 1990 to 1999.

The last time that the name was in the top 1000 names in the USA census data was in 1990, where it was at position nine hundred and sixty-five.


Writers

There are fifty-three Writers called Mikhail.

Here are the first ten. See Writers who have the name Mikhail for the full list.

  • Mikhail Kalashnikov

    Mikhail Kalashnikov is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Kalashnikov)

  • Mikhail Lomonosov

    Mikhail Lomonosov is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Lomonosov)

  • Mikhail Saltykov-Shchedrin

    Mikhail Saltykov-Shchedrin is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Saltykov-Shchedrin)

  • Mikhail Kuzmin

    Mikhail Kuzmin is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Kuzmin)

  • Mikhail Epstein

    Mikhail N. Epstein (Epshtein) (born 1950) is an American literary theorist and critical thinker.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Epstein)

  • Mikhail Bakhtin

    Mikhail Bakhtin is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Bakhtin)

  • Mikhail Frunze

    Mikhail Frunze is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Frunze)

  • Mikhail Isakovsky

    Mikhail Vasil'evich Isakovsky (ru: Михаил Васильевич Исаковский) (Glotovka, near Smolensk, - Moscow, 20 July 1973) was a Russian poet, a laureate of 2 USSR State Prizes (1943, 1949), a Hero of Socialist Labor (1970). A member of CPSU since 1918.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Isakovsky)

  • Mikhail Katkov

    Mikhail Katkov is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Katkov)

  • Mikhail Zhvanetsky

    Mikhail Zhvanetsky is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Zhvanetsky)

Poets

There are eighteen Poets called Mikhail.

Here are the first ten. See Poets who have the name Mikhail for the full list.

  • Mikhail Kalashnikov

    Mikhail Kalashnikov is a Poet... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Kalashnikov)

  • Mikhail Lomonosov

    Mikhail Lomonosov is a Poet... ( from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Lomonosov)

  • Mikhail Kuzmin

    Mikhail Kuzmin is a Poet... (extract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Kuzmin)

  • Mikhail Isakovsky

    Mikhail Vasil'evich Isakovsky (ru: Михаил Васильевич Исаковский) (Glotovka, near Smolensk, - Moscow, 20 July 1973) was a Russian poet, a laureate of 2 USSR State Prizes (1943, 1949), a Hero of Socialist Labor (1970). A member of CPSU since 1918.... ( from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Isakovsky)

  • Mikhail Kheraskov

    Mikhail Matveyevich Kheraskov (1733–1807) was regarded as the most important Russian poet by Catherine the Great and her contemporaries.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Kheraskov)

  • Mikhail Arkadyevich Svetlov

    Mikhail Svetlov (Scheinkman) () (Шейнкман) ( in Yekaterinoslav – September 28, 1964 in Moscow) was a Soviet/Russian poet.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Arkadyevich Svetlov)

  • Mikhail Scherbakov

    Mikhail Scherbakov is a Poet... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Scherbakov)

  • Mikhail Vasilyevich Popov

    Mikhail Vasilyevich Popov () (1742–1790) was a Russian writer, poet, dramatist and opera librettist of the 18th century.... ( from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Vasilyevich Popov)

  • Mikhail Lozinsky

    Mikhail Lozinsky is a Poet... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Lozinsky)

  • Mikhail Gerasimov (poet)

    Mikhail Prokofyevich Gerasimov (; 1889 - 1939) was one of the most widely-read working-class poets in early twentieth century Russia. Initially embracing the Bolshevik revolution as a liberating event and participating in the effort to create a new "proletarian culture," following the New Economic Policy he became disillusioned and was imprisoned during the Stalin era..... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Gerasimov (poet))

Generals

There are eighteen Generals called Mikhail.

Here are the first ten. See Generals who have the name Mikhail for the full list.

  • Mikhail Kalashnikov

    Mikhail Kalashnikov is a General... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Kalashnikov)

  • Mikhail Vodopianov

    Mikhail Vasilyevich Vodopianov (, November 18, 1899 - August 11, 1980) was a Soviet aircraft pilot, one of the first Heroes of the Soviet Union, and a Major General of the Soviet Air Force.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Vodopianov)

  • Mikhail Semyonovich Vorontsov

    Mikhail Semyonovich Vorontsov is a General... ( from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Semyonovich Vorontsov)

  • Mikhail Alekseyev

    Mikhail Alekseyev is a General... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Alekseyev)

  • Mikhail Kirponos

    Mikhail Petrovich Kirponos (, ) (January 12, 1892 — September 20, 1941) was a Ukrainian-born general of the Red Army. Being accorded the highest military decoration, the Hero of the Soviet Union title, for the skill and courage in commanding a division in the 1939-1940 Finnish campaign, Kirponos is mostly remembered for his crucial role in organizing and leading the defense of Soviet Ukraine and Kiev during the first months of the 1941 invasion of the Soviet Union by the Axis forces (led by Nazi Germany).... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Kirponos)

  • Mikhail Dragomirov

    rightMikhail Ivanovich Dragomirov (Михаил Иванович Драгомиров in Russian) (November 8 (NS 20), 1830-October 15 (NS 28), 1905) was a Russian general and military writer.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Dragomirov)

  • Mikhail Dmitrievich Gorchakov

    Prince Mikhail Dmitrievich Gorchakov (; 1792 – , Warsaw) was a Russian General of Artillery from the Gorchakov family who served as a Namestnik of Kingdom of Poland from 1856 until his death.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Dmitrievich Gorchakov)

  • Mikhail Drozdovsky

    Mikhail Drozdovsky is a General... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Drozdovsky)

  • Mikhail Katukov

    Marshal of the Armored Troops Mikhail Efimovich Katukov (September 17, 1900 - June 8, 1979) () served as a commander of armored troops in the Red Army during and following World War II. He is viewed as one of the most talented Soviet armor commanders.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Katukov)

  • Mikhail Skorodumov

    Mikhail Skorodumov (15 November, 1963, Los Angeles}}) was a Russian general who participated in World War I, the White movement, and founded the Nazi-alled Russian Corps in Serbia during World War II.... ( from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Skorodumov)

Prime Ministers

There are sixteen Prime Ministers called Mikhail.

Here are the first ten. See Prime Ministers who have the name Mikhail for the full list.

  • Mikhail Kalashnikov

    Mikhail Kalashnikov is a Prime Minister... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Kalashnikov)

  • Mikhail Kasyanov

    Mikhail Kasyanov is a Prime Minister... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Kasyanov)

  • Mikhail Fradkov

    Mikhail Fradkov is a Prime Minister... (extract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Fradkov)

  • Mikhail Bakhtin

    Mikhail Bakhtin is a Prime Minister... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Bakhtin)

  • Mikhail Tomsky

    Mikhail Pavlovich Tomsky (born Mikhail Pavlovich Yefremovsometimes transliterated as Efremov; October 31, 1880 – August 22, 1936) was a factory worker, trade unionist and Bolshevik leader. He was the Soviet leader of the All Russian Central Council of Trade Unions.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Tomsky)

  • Mikhail Gurevich

    Mikhail Gurevich is a Prime Minister... (extract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Gurevich)

  • Mikhail Zharov

    Mikhail Ivanovich Zharov (; October 27, 1899 - December 15, 1981) was one of the most celebrated Soviet actors, People's Artist of the USSR (1949) and Hero of Socialist Labour (1974). He studied under the prominent director Theodore Komisarjevsky and debuted in Yakov Protazanov's Aelita (1924).... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Zharov)

  • Mikhail Romm

    Mikhail Romm is a Prime Minister... (extract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Romm)

  • Mikhail Trilisser

    Mikhail Abramovich Trilisser-Moskvin (; Jewish born Meier Abramovich Trilisser; 1 April 1883, Astrakhan - 1940) was a Soviet OGPU chief of the Foreign Department of the Cheka and the OGPU. Later, he worked for the NKVD as a covert bureau chief and Comintern leader.... ( from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Trilisser)

  • Mikhail Koltsov

    Mikhail Efimovich Koltsov () (, Kiev - February 2, 1940 or April 4, 1942, Moscow), born Mikhail Efimovich Fridlyand (Friedland) (Михаил Ефимович Фридлянд), was a Soviet journalist.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Koltsov)

Olympic Medalists

There are fourteen Olympic Medalists called Mikhail.

Here are the first ten. See Olympic Medalists who have the name Mikhail for the full list.

  • Mikhail Linge

    Mikhail Innokentyevich Linge (; November 26, 1958 in Kaluga - February 4, 1994) was a gold medalist in the men's 4x400 m relay at the 1980 Summer Olympics for the Soviet Union.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Linge)

  • Mikhail Nichepurenko

    Mikhail Ivanovich Nichepurenko (Михаил Иванович Ничепуренко; born December 27, 1955) is a retired field hockey player from Russia, who won the bronze medal with the Men's National Field Hockey Team from the Soviet Union at the boycotted 1980 Summer Olympics in Moscow.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Nichepurenko)

  • Mikhail Shchennikov

    Mikhail Anatolyevich Shchennikov (, born December 24, 1967) is a Russian race walker.... ( from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Shchennikov)

  • Mikhail Devyatyarov

    Mikhail Talgatovich Devyatyarov (; born February 25, 1959 in Chusovoy) is a former Soviet/Russian cross country skier who competed from 1982 to 1992, training at Armed Forces sports society in Perm. He took the gold medal in the 15 km classical and the silver medal in the 4×10 km relay at the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Devyatyarov)

  • Mikhail Ivanov (cross-country skier)

    Mikhail Ivanov (born November 20, 1977 is a Russian cross country skier who competed since 1996. He finished 2nd in the 50km at the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City to Spain's Johann Mühlegg, but was awarded the gold medal in 2004 upon Mühlegg's blood-doping disqualification of darbepoetin.... ( from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Ivanov (cross-country skier))

  • Mikhail Botvinov

    Mikhail Botvinov (born November 17, 1967 in Lidinka, Russia) is a Russian-born Austrian cross country skier who competed from 1990 to 2007 for both Russia and Austria. He won two medals at the Winter Olympics with a silver in the men's 30 km freestyle mass start event in 2002 and a bronze in the men's 50 km freestyle mass start in 2006 (Both for Austria).... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Botvinov)

  • Mikhail Nikolayevich Kuznetsov (canoer)

    Mikhail Nikolayevich Kuznetsov () (born 14 May 1985 in Nizhny Tagil) is an Russian slalom canoer who has competed since the late 2000s. He won a bronze medal in the C-2 event at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Nikolayevich Kuznetsov (canoer))

  • Mikhail Yurchenko

    Mikhail Yurchenko is an Olympic Medalist... (extract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Yurchenko)

  • Mikhail Ryzhak

    Mikhail Mikhaylovich Ryzhak (, March 10, 1927 – March 2003) was a Russian water polo player who competed for the Soviet Union in the 1956 Summer Olympics.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Ryzhak)

  • Mikhail Zamotin

    Mikhail Zamotin (alternate listings: Mikhail Samotin, Mikhail Zamothin, born November 14, 1937) is a Soviet-born, Russian sprint canoer who competed in the 1960s. At the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City, he won a bronze medal in the C-2 1000 m event.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Zamotin)

Inventors

There are fourteen Inventors called Mikhail.

Here are the first ten. See Inventors who have the name Mikhail for the full list.

  • Mikhail Kalashnikov

    Mikhail Kalashnikov is an Inventor... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Kalashnikov)

  • Mikhail Lomonosov

    Mikhail Lomonosov is an Inventor... (extract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Lomonosov)

  • Mikhail Mil

    Mikhail Leontyevich Mil (; 22 November 1909 - 31 January 1970) was a founder of the Mil Moscow Helicopter Plant, which is responsible for many of the well-known Russian helicopter models, notably the Mil Mi-24 'Hind'.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Mil)

  • Mikhail Gurevich

    Mikhail Gurevich is an Inventor... (extract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Gurevich)

  • Mikhail Tsvet

    Mikhail Semyonovich Tsvet (Михаил Семенович Цвет, also spelled Tsvett, Tswett, Tswet, Zwet, and Cvet) (1872–1919) was a Russian botanist who invented adsorption chromatography. His last name is Russian for both "colour" and "flower.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Tsvet)

  • Mikhail Pomortsev

    Mikhail Mikhaylovich Pomortsev (July 24, 1851 – July 2, 1916, all n.s.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Pomortsev)

  • Mikhail Yangel

    Mikhail Yangel is an Inventor... (extract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Yangel)

  • Mikhail Ryabko

    Mikhail Ryabko (born May 6, 1961) is a ColonelIn the Russian military, ranking and security access are directly tied. Ryabko is officially a Colonel but because he is a government special advisor, he has been awarded a rank of General for security clearance purposes.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Ryabko)

  • Mikhail Dolivo-Dobrovolsky

    Mikhail Dolivo-Dobrovolsky is an Inventor... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Dolivo-Dobrovolsky)

  • Mikhail Budyko

    Mikhail Budyko is an Inventor... ( from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Budyko)

Painters

There are thirteen Painters called Mikhail.

Here are the first ten. See Painters who have the name Mikhail for the full list.

  • Mikhail Vrubel

    Mikhail Vrubel is a Painter... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Vrubel)

  • Mikhail Nesterov

    Mikhail Nesterov is a Painter... (extract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Nesterov)

  • Mikhail Evstafiev

    Mikhail Evstafiev is a Painter... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Evstafiev)

  • Mikhail Larionov

    Mikhail Larionov is a Painter... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Larionov)

  • Mikhail Shibanov

    Mikhail Shibanov was a Russian painter active during the 1780s; a portrait of Count Alexander Dmitriyev-Mamonov of which he is known to be the author dates to about this time. Shibanov was a serf of Prince Grigory Potemkin; his date of birth is unknown.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Shibanov)

  • Mikhail Roginsky

    Mikhail Roginsky (; August 14, 1931 - July 5, 2004) was a Russian painter. Roginsky was one of the leaders of Moscow non-conformist art, and the creator of the modern national visual method, with its laconic means and inner expressiveness.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Roginsky)

  • Mikhail Scotti

    Mikhail Scotti is a Painter... (extract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Scotti)

  • Mikhail Lebedev

    Mikhail Lebedev is a Painter... (extract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Lebedev)

  • Mikhail Khmelko

    Mykhailo Ivanovych Khmelko (1919-1975) was a Ukrainian painter, People's Artist of the Ukrainian SSR, double Stalin prize winner.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Khmelko)

  • Mikhail Konstantinovich Clodt

    Mikhail Konstantinovich Clodt is a Painter... (extract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Konstantinovich Clodt)

Soccer Players

There are thirteen Soccer Players called Mikhail.

Here are the first ten. See Soccer Players who have the name Mikhail for the full list.

  • Mikhail Yeremin

    Mikhail Vasilyevich Yeremin (also Yeriomin) () (June 17, 1968, Zelenograd, USSR - June 30, 1991, Zelenograd, USSR) was a Soviet football goalkeeper.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Yeremin)

  • Mikhail Afanasyev

    Mikhail Afanasyev is a Soccer Player... (extract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Afanasyev)

  • Mikhail Yakushin

    Mikhail Iosifovich Yakushin (Russian: Михаил Иосифович Якушин; born 15 November 1910 in Moscow; died 3 February 1997 in Moscow) was a Russian football player and manager.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Yakushin)

  • Mikhail Kerzhakov

    The Official Zenit FC Website / Second Team / Goalkeepers / Mikhail Kerzhakov... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Kerzhakov)

  • Mikhail An

    Mikhail An is a Soccer Player... ( from the wikipedia article on Mikhail An)

  • Mikhail Butusov

    Mikhail Butusov is a Soccer Player... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Butusov)

  • Mikhail Perevalov

    Mikhail Nikolayevich Perevalov () (born in 1930 in Moscow; died in 1995 in Moscow) was a Soviet football player.... ( from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Perevalov)

  • Mikhail Romanov (footballer)

    Mikhail Alekseyevich Romanov () (born in 1895; died in 1961) was a Russian football player.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Romanov (footballer))

  • Mikhail Nikolayevich Smirnov

    Mikhail Nikolayevich Smirnov () (born in 1881 in Moscow; died in 1957) was a Russian football player.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Nikolayevich Smirnov)

  • Mikhail Yakovlev

    Mikhail Vasilyevich Yakovlev () (born in 1892; died in 1942) was a Russian football player.... ( from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Yakovlev)

Hockey Players

There are twelve Hockey Players called Mikhail.

Here are the first ten. See Hockey Players who have the name Mikhail for the full list.

  • Mikhail Grabovski

    Mikhail Grabovski is a Hockey Player... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Grabovski)

  • Mikhail Yakubov

    Mikhail Yakubov is a Hockey Player... (extract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Yakubov)

  • Mikhail Nichepurenko

    Mikhail Ivanovich Nichepurenko (Михаил Иванович Ничепуренко; born December 27, 1955) is a retired field hockey player from Russia, who won the bronze medal with the Men's National Field Hockey Team from the Soviet Union at the boycotted 1980 Summer Olympics in Moscow.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Nichepurenko)

  • Mikhail Tatarinov

    Mikhail Tatarinov is a Hockey Player... ( from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Tatarinov)

  • Mikhail Varnakov

    Mikhail Varnakov (born June 25, 1957 in Gorky, Russia) is a retired ice hockey player who played in the Soviet Hockey League. He played for HC Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Varnakov)

  • Mikhail Vasiliev

    Mikhail Vasiliev (born June 8, 1962 in Elektrougli, Soviet Union) is a retired ice hockey player who played in the Soviet Hockey League. He played for Torpedo Yaroslavl and HC CSKA Moscow in the Soviet Union, and for HC Selva, EV Bozen 84, AS Mastini Varese Hockey and HC Bolzano in Italy.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Vasiliev)

  • Mikhail Kravets

    Mikhail Grigorevich Kravets (born November 12, 1963 in Leningrad, Soviet Union) is a retired professional ice hockey player who played in the Soviet Hockey League and 2 games in the National Hockey League. He played for the SKA St.... ( from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Kravets)

  • Mikhail Yunkov

    Mikhail Yunkov is a Hockey Player... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Yunkov)

  • Mikhail Chernov

    Mikhail Chernov is a Hockey Player... (extract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Chernov)

  • Mikhail Butusov

    Mikhail Butusov is a Hockey Player... (extract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Butusov)

Criminals

There are twelve Criminals called Mikhail.

Here are the first ten. See Criminals who have the name Mikhail for the full list.

  • Mikhail Khodorkovsky

    Mikhail Borisovich Khodorkovsky (; born June 26, 1963 in Moscow) is a Russian enterpreneur, businessman, and philanthropist. In 2004, Khodorkovsky was the wealthiest man in Russia, and was the 16th wealthiest man in the world, although much of his wealth evaporated because of the collapse in the value of his holding in the Russian petroleum company YUKOS.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Khodorkovsky)

  • Mikhail Tomsky

    Mikhail Pavlovich Tomsky (born Mikhail Pavlovich Yefremovsometimes transliterated as Efremov; October 31, 1880 – August 22, 1936) was a factory worker, trade unionist and Bolshevik leader. He was the Soviet leader of the All Russian Central Council of Trade Unions.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Tomsky)

  • Mikhail Trepashkin

    Mikhail Ivanovich Trepashkin, () (7 April 1957 – ) is a Moscow attorney and former FSB colonel who was invited by MP Sergei Kovalev to assist in an independent inquiry of the Russian apartment bombings in September 1999 – the atrocities that followed Dagestan war and were one of the triggers for the Second Chechen War.... ( from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Trepashkin)

  • Mikhail Tkach

    Mikhail Tkach, also Michal Tkacz, Michael J. Tkach, and M.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Tkach)

  • Mikhail Trilisser

    Mikhail Abramovich Trilisser-Moskvin (; Jewish born Meier Abramovich Trilisser; 1 April 1883, Astrakhan - 1940) was a Soviet OGPU chief of the Foreign Department of the Cheka and the OGPU. Later, he worked for the NKVD as a covert bureau chief and Comintern leader.... ( from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Trilisser)

  • Mikhail Koltsov

    Mikhail Efimovich Koltsov () (, Kiev - February 2, 1940 or April 4, 1942, Moscow), born Mikhail Efimovich Fridlyand (Friedland) (Михаил Ефимович Фридлянд), was a Soviet journalist.... ( from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Koltsov)

  • Mikhail Velikanov

    Mikhail Dmitrievich Velikanov () (December 27, 1892 – July 27, 1938) was a Soviet military commander involved in the Russian Civil War.... ( from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Velikanov)

  • Mikhail Ryumin

    Mikhail Dmitrievich Ryumin (, 1913-1953) was Deputy Head of the Soviet MGB (Ministry of State Security) who engineered the "Doctors' plot" in 1952-1953; the case was dismissed on Stalin's death and Ryumin was arrested and executed.His first name is given in the American Jewish Yearbook for 1955, p.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Ryumin)

  • Mikhail Mikhalkov

    Mikhail Mikhalkov is a Criminal... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Mikhalkov)

  • Mikhail Mukasei

    Mikhail Mukasei (August 13, 1907 – August 19, 2008) was a Russian Soviet-era spy codenamed Zephyr. Along with his wife Elizaveta Mukasei (whose codename was Elza) he took part in a number of undercover operations in Western Europe and the United States from the 1940s through the 1970s.... ( from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Mukasei)

Mathematicians

There are eleven Mathematicians called Mikhail.

Here are the first ten. See Mathematicians who have the name Mikhail for the full list.

  • Mikhail Lavrentyev

    Mikhail Lavrentyev is a Mathematician... ( from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Lavrentyev)

  • Mikhail Vasilievich Ostrogradsky

    Mikhail Vasilievich Ostrogradsky is a Mathematician... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Vasilievich Ostrogradsky)

  • Mikhail Gromov (mathematician)

    Mikhail Gromov (mathematician) is a Mathematician... ( from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Gromov (mathematician))

  • Mikhail Kravchuk

    Mikhail Kravchuk is a Mathematician... ( from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Kravchuk)

  • Mikhail Yakovlevich Suslin

    Mikhail Yakovlevich Suslin (; Krasavka, Saratov Oblast, November 15, 1894 – 1919) (sometimes transliterated Souslin) was a Russian mathematician who made major contributions to the fields of general topology and descriptive set theory.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Yakovlevich Suslin)

  • Mikhail Goussarov

    Mikhail Goussarov (March 8, 1958, Leningrad – June 25, 1999, Tel Aviv) was a Russian mathematician who worked in low-dimensional topology. He and Victor Vassiliev independently discovered finite type invariants of knots and links.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Goussarov)

  • Fahmy Ibrahim Mikhail

    Professor Fahmy Ibrahim Mikhail () (died December 1998) was one of Egypt's eminent mathematicians during the period between the 1950s and the 1980s. He was a professor of mathematics in the faculty of science in the Ain Shams University Springer link.... ( from the wikipedia article on Fahmy Ibrahim Mikhail)

  • Ibrahim Fahmy Ibrahim Mikhail

    Professor Ibrahim Fahmy Ibrahim Mikhail () is a professor of mathematics in the faculty of science in Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt. He is the son of Fahmy Ibrahim, also a professor of mathematics.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Ibrahim Fahmy Ibrahim Mikhail)

  • Mikhail Khovanov

    Mikhail Khovanov is a professor of mathematics at Columbia University. He earned a PhDKhovanov's PhD dissertation, "Graphical calculus, canonical bases and Kazhdan-Lusztig theory" (1997).... (extract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Khovanov)

  • Mikhail Postnikov

    Mikhail Mikhailovich Postnikov () (27 october 1927 – 27 May 2004) was a Russian mathematician, known for his work in algebraic and differential topology. He is also known for his historical works in "New Chronology".... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Postnikov)

Explorers

There are eleven Explorers called Mikhail.

Here are the first ten. See Explorers who have the name Mikhail for the full list.

  • Mikhail Vodopianov

    Mikhail Vasilyevich Vodopianov (, November 18, 1899 - August 11, 1980) was a Soviet aircraft pilot, one of the first Heroes of the Soviet Union, and a Major General of the Soviet Air Force.... ( from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Vodopianov)

  • Mikhail Tyurin

    Mikhail Tyurin is an Explorer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Tyurin)

  • Mikhail Petrovich Lazarev

    Mikhail Petrovich Lazarev is an Explorer... (extract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Petrovich Lazarev)

  • Mikhail Somov

    Mikhail Mikhailovich Somov () (7 April 1908, Moscow - 30 December 1973, Leningrad) was a Soviet oceanologist, polar explorer, Doctor of Geographical Sciences (1954).... (extract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Somov)

  • Mikhail Lavrov

    Mikhail Lavrov is an Explorer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Lavrov)

  • Mikhail Korniyenko

    Mikhail Korniyenko is an Explorer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Korniyenko)

  • Mikhail Stadukhin

    Mikhail Stadukhin is an Explorer... (extract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Stadukhin)

  • Mikhail Babushkin

    Mikhail Babushkin () (1893 — May 18, 1938) was a Soviet polar aviator, a Hero of the Soviet Union (June 27, 1937).... ( from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Babushkin)

  • Mikhail Sidorov

    Mikhail Sidorov is an Explorer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Sidorov)

  • Mikhail Vasilyev

    Mikhail Nikolayevich Vasilyev () (1770 - June 23, 1847) was a Russian explorer and vice admiral of the Imperial Russian Navy. He is reputed for having surveyed the then little-known coast of Alaska as navigator.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Vasilyev)

Diplomats

There are ten Diplomats called Mikhail.

  • Mikhail Illarionovich Vorontsov

    Mikhail Illarionovich Vorontsov is a Diplomat... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Illarionovich Vorontsov)

  • Mikhail Petrovich Bestuzhev-Ryumin

    Count Mikhail Petrovich Bestuzhev-Ryumin (Михаи́л Петро́вич Бесту́жев-Рю́мин) (1688–1760) was a Russian diplomat. He was the son of Pyotr Bestuzhev and elder brother of the more famous Aleksey Bestuzhev.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Petrovich Bestuzhev-Ryumin)

  • Mikhail Borodin

    Mikhail Borodin is a Diplomat... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Borodin)

  • Mikhail Marynich

    Mikhail Marynich (; , born 13 January 1940 in Homiel Voblast) - an opposition leader in Belarus. He was a former minister of foreign economic affairs, and former ambassador of Belarus to Latvia.... ( from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Marynich)

  • Mikhail Kalatozov

    Mikhail Kalatozov born Mikheil Kalatozishvili (, ) (28 December 1903–27 March 1973) was a Georgian film director. Born in Tiflis (now Tbilisi), he studied economics before starting his film career as an actor and later cinematographer.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Kalatozov)

  • Mikhail Tereshchenko

    Mikhail Tereshchenko is a Diplomat... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Tereshchenko)

  • Mikhail Khvostov

    Mikhail Khvostov () is the current ambassador of the Republic of Belarus to the United States and is also accredited as a nonresident ambassador to Mexico. He became ambassador to the U.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Khvostov)

  • Mikhail Kobetsky

    Mikhail Kobetsky (1881 – 1937) was a Russian communist politician. From 1919 the head of the publishing house of the magazine Kommunisticheskii Internatsional in Petrograd.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Kobetsky)

  • Mikhail Mukasei

    Mikhail Mukasei (August 13, 1907 – August 19, 2008) was a Russian Soviet-era spy codenamed Zephyr. Along with his wife Elizaveta Mukasei (whose codename was Elza) he took part in a number of undercover operations in Western Europe and the United States from the 1940s through the 1970s.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Mukasei)

  • Mikhail Timofeyevich Yefremov

    Mikhail Timofeyevich Yefremov () (born in Nikolayevsk, Samara Governorate, died 19 March 2000 in Moscow), was a Soviet politician and diplomat. (Archived at WebCite)... (extract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Timofeyevich Yefremov)

Actors

There are ten Actors called Mikhail.

  • Mikhail Nikolayevich Zadornov

    Mikhail Nikolayevich Zadornov is an Actor... (extract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Nikolayevich Zadornov)

  • Mikhail Yevdokimov

    Mikhail Yevdokimov is an Actor... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Yevdokimov)

  • Mikhail Zharov

    Mikhail Ivanovich Zharov (; October 27, 1899 - December 15, 1981) was one of the most celebrated Soviet actors, People's Artist of the USSR (1949) and Hero of Socialist Labour (1974). He studied under the prominent director Theodore Komisarjevsky and debuted in Yakov Protazanov's Aelita (1924).... ( from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Zharov)

  • Mikhail Ulyanov

    Mikhail Alexandrovich Ulyanov (; 20 November 1927 – 26 March 2007) was a Russian actor who was one of the most recognizable persons of the official post-World War II Soviet theatre and cinema. He was named People's Artist of the USSR in 1969 and received a special prize from the Venice Film Festival in 1982.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Ulyanov)

  • Mikhail Boyarsky

    Mikhail Boyarsky is an Actor... ( from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Boyarsky)

  • Mikhail Astangov

    Mikhail Fyodorovich Astangov (), pseudonym of M.F.... ( from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Astangov)

  • Mikhail Pugovkin

    Mikhail Ivanovich Pugovkin ( July 13, 1923, Rameshki, Chukhloma District of Kostroma Oblast - July 25, 2008, Moscow) was a Soviet/Russian comic actor named a People's Artist of the USSR in 1988.... ( from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Pugovkin)

  • Mikhail Kononov

    Mikhail Ivanovich Kononov () (April 25, 1940, Moscow – July 16, 2007, Moscow) was a well known Soviet actor.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Kononov)

  • Mikhail Gorevoy

    Michael Gorevoy is a Russian actor.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Gorevoy)

  • Mikhail Porechenkov

    Mikhail Porechenkov is an Actor... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Porechenkov)

Classical Composers

There are eight Classical Composers called Mikhail.

  • Mikhail Glinka

    Mikhail Glinka is a Classical Composer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Glinka)

  • Mikhail Sokolovsky (composer)

    Mikhail Matveyevich Sokolovsky (Russian: Михаи́л Матве́евич Соколо́вский (1756—after 1795) was a late-18th century Russian opera composer, conductor and violinist.... ( from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Sokolovsky (composer))

  • Mikhail Matinsky

    Mikhail Alexeyevich Matinsky (, 1750 Pavlovskoe – c1820 St Petersburg) was a Russian scientist, dramatist, librettist and opera composer.... ( from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Matinsky)

  • Mikhail Kerzelli

    Mikhail Franzevich Kerzelli (c. 1740 [or 1750, or 1755] – December 1818) was a pianist, violinist, teacher and composer of string quartets, violin duets, orchestral and liturgical compositions.... ( from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Kerzelli)

  • Mikhail Bukinik

    Mikhail Yevseyevich Bukinik (Russian Михаил Евсеевич Букиник) (1872–1947) was a Ukrainian cellist, composer, music educator and music critic of classical music.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Bukinik)

  • Mikhail Youdin

    Mikhail Youdin (29 September 1893 St. Peterburg - 8 February 1948 Kazan) was a Russian composer.... ( from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Youdin)

  • Mikhail Gnesin

    Mikhail Fabianovich Gnesin (the surname is sometimes transcribed 'Gnessin') (2 February 18835 May 1957) was a Russian Jewish composer and teacher.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Gnesin)

  • Mikhail Ivanov (composer)

    Mikhail Mikhailovich Ivanov (23 September 184920 October 1927) was a Russian composer, critic and writer on music.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Ivanov (composer))

Physicists

There are eight Physicists called Mikhail.

  • Mikhail Lavrentyev

    Mikhail Lavrentyev is a Physicist... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Lavrentyev)

  • Mikhail Lomonosov

    Mikhail Lomonosov is a Physicist... (extract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Lomonosov)

  • Mikhail Vasilievich Ostrogradsky

    Mikhail Vasilievich Ostrogradsky is a Physicist... (extract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Vasilievich Ostrogradsky)

  • Mikhail Lyapunov

    Mikhail Vasilyevich Lyapunov (1820 – 1868) was a Russian astronomer and a head of the Demidov Lyceum in Yaroslavl. He was the father of Aleksandr and Sergei Lyapunov.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Lyapunov)

  • Mikhail Molodenskii

    Mikhail Sergeevich Molodenskii (, - November 12, 1991) was a famous Soviet physical geodesist.... ( from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Molodenskii)

  • Mikhail Kovalchuk

    Mikhail Kovalchuk is a Physicist... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Kovalchuk)

  • Mikhail Sadovsky

    Mikhail Aleksandrovich Sadovsky () (November 6, 1904, Petersburg - 1994) was a Soviet physicist, academician (1966), and Hero of Socialist Labor (1949).... (extract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Sadovsky)

  • Mikhail Shifman

    Mikhail Shifman is a Physicist... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Shifman)

Spies

There are seven Spies called Mikhail.

  • Mikhail Trepashkin

    Mikhail Ivanovich Trepashkin, () (7 April 1957 – ) is a Moscow attorney and former FSB colonel who was invited by MP Sergei Kovalev to assist in an independent inquiry of the Russian apartment bombings in September 1999 – the atrocities that followed Dagestan war and were one of the triggers for the Second Chechen War.... ( from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Trepashkin)

  • Mikhail Tkach

    Mikhail Tkach, also Michal Tkacz, Michael J. Tkach, and M.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Tkach)

  • Mikhail Trilisser

    Mikhail Abramovich Trilisser-Moskvin (; Jewish born Meier Abramovich Trilisser; 1 April 1883, Astrakhan - 1940) was a Soviet OGPU chief of the Foreign Department of the Cheka and the OGPU. Later, he worked for the NKVD as a covert bureau chief and Comintern leader.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Trilisser)

  • Mikhail Koltsov

    Mikhail Efimovich Koltsov () (, Kiev - February 2, 1940 or April 4, 1942, Moscow), born Mikhail Efimovich Fridlyand (Friedland) (Михаил Ефимович Фридлянд), was a Soviet journalist.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Koltsov)

  • Mikhail Ryumin

    Mikhail Dmitrievich Ryumin (, 1913-1953) was Deputy Head of the Soviet MGB (Ministry of State Security) who engineered the "Doctors' plot" in 1952-1953; the case was dismissed on Stalin's death and Ryumin was arrested and executed.His first name is given in the American Jewish Yearbook for 1955, p.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Ryumin)

  • Mikhail Mikhalkov

    Mikhail Mikhalkov is a Spy... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Mikhalkov)

  • Mikhail Mukasei

    Mikhail Mukasei (August 13, 1907 – August 19, 2008) was a Russian Soviet-era spy codenamed Zephyr. Along with his wife Elizaveta Mukasei (whose codename was Elza) he took part in a number of undercover operations in Western Europe and the United States from the 1940s through the 1970s.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Mukasei)

Journalists

There are six Journalists called Mikhail.

  • Mikhail Saltykov-Shchedrin

    Mikhail Saltykov-Shchedrin is a Journalist... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Saltykov-Shchedrin)

  • Mikhail Katkov

    Mikhail Katkov is a Journalist... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Katkov)

  • Mikhail Evstafiev

    Mikhail Evstafiev is a Journalist... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Evstafiev)

  • Mikhail Trepashkin

    Mikhail Ivanovich Trepashkin, () (7 April 1957 – ) is a Moscow attorney and former FSB colonel who was invited by MP Sergei Kovalev to assist in an independent inquiry of the Russian apartment bombings in September 1999 – the atrocities that followed Dagestan war and were one of the triggers for the Second Chechen War.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Trepashkin)

  • Mikhail Pogodin

    Mikhail Petrovich Pogodin (, 1800, Moscow - 1875) was a Russian historian and journalist who dominated the national historiography between the death of Nikolay Karamzin in 1826 and the rise of Sergey Solovyov in the 1850s. He is best remembered as a staunch proponent of the Normanist theory of Russian statehood.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Pogodin)

  • Mikhail Koltsov

    Mikhail Efimovich Koltsov () (, Kiev - February 2, 1940 or April 4, 1942, Moscow), born Mikhail Efimovich Fridlyand (Friedland) (Михаил Ефимович Фридлянд), was a Soviet journalist.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Koltsov)

Comedians

There are five Comedians called Mikhail.

  • Mikhail Saltykov-Shchedrin

    Mikhail Saltykov-Shchedrin is a Comedian... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Saltykov-Shchedrin)

  • Mikhail Zhvanetsky

    Mikhail Zhvanetsky is a Comedian... (extract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Zhvanetsky)

  • Mikhail Nikolayevich Zadornov

    Mikhail Nikolayevich Zadornov is a Comedian... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Nikolayevich Zadornov)

  • Mikhail Yevdokimov

    Mikhail Yevdokimov is a Comedian... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Yevdokimov)

  • Mikhail Horowitz

    Mikhail Horowitz is a Comedian... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Horowitz)

Film Directors

There are five Film Directors called Mikhail.

  • Mikhail Vartanov

    Mikhail Vartanov is a Film Director... ( from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Vartanov)

  • Mikhail Romm

    Mikhail Romm is a Film Director... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Romm)

  • Mikhail Kalatozov

    Mikhail Kalatozov born Mikheil Kalatozishvili (, ) (28 December 1903–27 March 1973) was a Georgian film director. Born in Tiflis (now Tbilisi), he studied economics before starting his film career as an actor and later cinematographer.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Kalatozov)

  • Mikhail Shveytser

    Mikhail Shveytser is a Film Director... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Shveytser)

  • Mikhail Doller

    Mikhail Doller (, 1889 – 15 March 1952) was a Soviet film director and screenwriter. He worked as co-director with Vsevolod Pudovkin and was awarded Stalin Prize twice in 1941.... ( from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Doller)

Ambassadors

There are five Ambassadors called Mikhail.

  • Mikhail Petrovich Bestuzhev-Ryumin

    Count Mikhail Petrovich Bestuzhev-Ryumin (Михаи́л Петро́вич Бесту́жев-Рю́мин) (1688–1760) was a Russian diplomat. He was the son of Pyotr Bestuzhev and elder brother of the more famous Aleksey Bestuzhev.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Petrovich Bestuzhev-Ryumin)

  • Mikhail Marynich

    Mikhail Marynich (; , born 13 January 1940 in Homiel Voblast) - an opposition leader in Belarus. He was a former minister of foreign economic affairs, and former ambassador of Belarus to Latvia.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Marynich)

  • Mikhail Khvostov

    Mikhail Khvostov () is the current ambassador of the Republic of Belarus to the United States and is also accredited as a nonresident ambassador to Mexico. He became ambassador to the U.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Khvostov)

  • Mikhail Kobetsky

    Mikhail Kobetsky (1881 – 1937) was a Russian communist politician. From 1919 the head of the publishing house of the magazine Kommunisticheskii Internatsional in Petrograd.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Kobetsky)

  • Mikhail Timofeyevich Yefremov

    Mikhail Timofeyevich Yefremov () (born in Nikolayevsk, Samara Governorate, died 19 March 2000 in Moscow), was a Soviet politician and diplomat. (Archived at WebCite)... (extract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Timofeyevich Yefremov)

Skiers

There are five Skiers called Mikhail.

  • Mikhail Devyatyarov

    Mikhail Talgatovich Devyatyarov (; born February 25, 1959 in Chusovoy) is a former Soviet/Russian cross country skier who competed from 1982 to 1992, training at Armed Forces sports society in Perm. He took the gold medal in the 15 km classical and the silver medal in the 4×10 km relay at the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary.... ( from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Devyatyarov)

  • Mikhail Ivanov (cross-country skier)

    Mikhail Ivanov (born November 20, 1977 is a Russian cross country skier who competed since 1996. He finished 2nd in the 50km at the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City to Spain's Johann Mühlegg, but was awarded the gold medal in 2004 upon Mühlegg's blood-doping disqualification of darbepoetin.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Ivanov (cross-country skier))

  • Mikhail Botvinov

    Mikhail Botvinov (born November 17, 1967 in Lidinka, Russia) is a Russian-born Austrian cross country skier who competed from 1990 to 2007 for both Russia and Austria. He won two medals at the Winter Olympics with a silver in the men's 30 km freestyle mass start event in 2002 and a bronze in the men's 50 km freestyle mass start in 2006 (Both for Austria).... (extract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Botvinov)

  • Mikhail Kaaleste

    Mikhail Kaaleste (born Mikhail Stoljar on August 20, 1931) was an Estonian sprint canoer who competed in 1950s. He won a silver medal in the K-2 1000 m event at the 1956 Summer Olympics in Melbourne.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Kaaleste)

  • Mikhail Devyatyarov, Jr.

    Mikhail Devyatyarov, Jr. (born November 11, 1985) is a Russian cross country skier who has competed since 2003.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Devyatyarov, Jr.)

Philosophers

There are five Philosophers called Mikhail.

  • Mikhail Bakhtin

    Mikhail Bakhtin is a Philosopher... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Bakhtin)

  • Mikhail Veller

    Mikhail Veller is a Philosopher... ( from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Veller)

  • Mikhail Pogodin

    Mikhail Petrovich Pogodin (, 1800, Moscow - 1875) was a Russian historian and journalist who dominated the national historiography between the death of Nikolay Karamzin in 1826 and the rise of Sergey Solovyov in the 1850s. He is best remembered as a staunch proponent of the Normanist theory of Russian statehood.... ( from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Pogodin)

  • Mikhail Lifshitz

    Mikhail Aleksandrovich Lifshitz (; July 23, 1905, Melitopol, Tavria (Crimea) - September 28, 1983, Moscow) was a Soviet Marxian literary critic and philosopher of art. As an academic philosopher, Lifshitz served as an executive member of Soviet Academy of Sciences from 1975.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Lifshitz)

  • Mikhail Ovsyannikov

    Mikhail Fedotovich Ovsyannikov (; 21 November 191511 August 1987) was a Soviet philosopher and academic who concentrated on in-depth study of Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel.Cf.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Ovsyannikov)

Conductors

There are four Conductors called Mikhail.

  • Mikhail Sokolovsky (composer)

    Mikhail Matveyevich Sokolovsky (Russian: Михаи́л Матве́евич Соколо́вский (1756—after 1795) was a late-18th century Russian opera composer, conductor and violinist.... ( from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Sokolovsky (composer))

  • Mikhail Kerzelli

    Mikhail Franzevich Kerzelli (c. 1740 [or 1750, or 1755] – December 1818) was a pianist, violinist, teacher and composer of string quartets, violin duets, orchestral and liturgical compositions.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Kerzelli)

  • Mikhail Jurowski

    Mikhail Vladimirowitsch Jurowski (Russian ) (born 25 December 1945, Moscow) is a Russian conductor.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Jurowski)

  • Mikhail Tushmalov

    Mikhail Tushmalov (Tushmalishvili, Georgian:თუშმალიშვილი) (1861 - 1896) was a Russian Georgian opera conductor who held posts in Warsaw and Tiflis (Tbilisi). He died in what is now the nation of Georgia.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Tushmalov)

Avaitors

There are four Avaitors called Mikhail.

  • Mikhail Vodopianov

    Mikhail Vasilyevich Vodopianov (, November 18, 1899 - August 11, 1980) was a Soviet aircraft pilot, one of the first Heroes of the Soviet Union, and a Major General of the Soviet Air Force.... ( from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Vodopianov)

  • Mikhail Gromov (aviator)

    Mikhail Mikhaylovich Gromov (; 24 February 1899 - 22 January 1985) was a famous Russian aviator, Hero of the Soviet Union.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Gromov (aviator))

  • Mikhail Devyatayev

    Mikhail Petrovich Devyatayev (; Moksha/Erzya: Михаил Петрович Девятаев; 8 July 1917 in Torbeyevo, Tambow Governorate, Russian Empire (today Mordovia, Russia);– 24 November 2002, Kazan, Tatarstan, Russia) was a Soviet fighter pilot known for his incredible escape from a Nazi concentration camp on the island of Usedom, in the Baltic Sea.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Devyatayev)

  • Mikhail Mamistov

    Mikhail Mamistov, born 26 April 1961 in Leningrad, is a Russian powered and glider aerobatic pilot.Haute Voltige: profile of Mikhail Mamistov accesses 2008-01-21... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Mamistov)

Sculptors

There are three Sculptors called Mikhail.

  • Mikhail Kozlovsky

    Mikhail Ivanovich Kozlovsky (6 November 1753 – 30 September 1802) was a Russian Neoclassical sculptor active during the Age of Enlightenment.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Kozlovsky)

  • Mikhail Mikeshin

    Mikhail Mikeshin is a Sculptor... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Mikeshin)

  • Mikhail Anikushin

    Mikhail Anikushin is a Sculptor... (extract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Anikushin)

Economists

There are three Economists called Mikhail.

  • Mikhail Pokrovsky

    Mikhail Nikolayevich Pokrovsky (, – April 10, 1932) was a Bolshevik Russian historian.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Pokrovsky)

  • Mikhail Manevich

    Mikhail Manevich (, February 18, 1961, Leningrad, Soviet Union – August 18, 1997, Saint Petersburg, Russia) was a Russian economist and official of the Saint Petersburg City Administration.... ( from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Manevich)

  • Michael Mikhail

    Michael Mikhail is a Professor, DC 100 Distinguished Scholar, and Director of the School of Accountancy at Arizona State University.http://wpcarey.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Michael Mikhail)

Playwrights

There are three Playwrights called Mikhail.

  • Mikhail Kheraskov

    Mikhail Matveyevich Kheraskov (1733–1807) was regarded as the most important Russian poet by Catherine the Great and her contemporaries.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Kheraskov)

  • Mikhail Vasilyevich Popov

    Mikhail Vasilyevich Popov () (1742–1790) was a Russian writer, poet, dramatist and opera librettist of the 18th century.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Vasilyevich Popov)

  • Mikhail Matinsky

    Mikhail Alexeyevich Matinsky (, 1750 Pavlovskoe – c1820 St Petersburg) was a Russian scientist, dramatist, librettist and opera composer.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Matinsky)

Architects

There are two Architects called Mikhail.

  • Mikhail Zemtsov

    Mikhail Zemtsov is an Architect... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Zemtsov)

  • Mikhail Eisenstein

    Mikhail Eisenstein is an Architect... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Eisenstein)

Photographers

There are two Photographers called Mikhail.

  • Mikhail Evstafiev

    Mikhail Evstafiev is a Photographer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Evstafiev)

  • Mikhail Kaufman

    Mikhail Kaufman is a Photographer... ( from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Kaufman)

Astronomers

There are two Astronomers called Mikhail.

  • Mikhail Lomonosov

    Mikhail Lomonosov is an Astronomer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Lomonosov)

  • Mikhail Lyapunov

    Mikhail Vasilyevich Lyapunov (1820 – 1868) was a Russian astronomer and a head of the Demidov Lyceum in Yaroslavl. He was the father of Aleksandr and Sergei Lyapunov.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Lyapunov)

Naturalists

There are two Naturalists called Mikhail.

  • Mikhail Tsvet

    Mikhail Semyonovich Tsvet (Михаил Семенович Цвет, also spelled Tsvett, Tswett, Tswet, Zwet, and Cvet) (1872–1919) was a Russian botanist who invented adsorption chromatography. His last name is Russian for both "colour" and "flower.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Tsvet)

  • Mikhail Stepanovich Voronin

    Mikhail Stepanovich Voronin (also spelled Woronin) was a prominent Russian biologist (botanist), with particular expertise in fungi.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Stepanovich Voronin)

Chess Players

There are two Chess Players called Mikhail.

  • Mikhail Tseitlin

    Mikhail Semyonovich Tseitlin (; born 16 June 1947, Babruysk) is a Belarusian chess Grandmaster.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Tseitlin)

  • Mikhail Yudovich

    Mikhail Yudovich (8 June 1911, Roslavl – 19 September 1987) was a Russian chess master, journalist and writer.... ( from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Yudovich)

Bishops

There is one Bishop called Mikhail.

  • Metropolitan Mikhail of Asyut

    Anba Mikhail نيافة الأنبا ميخائيل مطران أسيوط (born 1911 or 1912), is the Elder Metropolitan of the Holy Metropolis of Asyut (Lycopolis), (Hieracon, (Hierakonopolis) and (Apollonopolis Parva) of the Coptic Orthodox Church of Alexandria and was the Abbot of the Monastery of Saint Macarius the Great, in Scetes, Lower Egypt until early 2009, when he decided to resign this responsibility due to his failing health and also due to the demise of Matta El Meskeen, the Chief Hegumen in-charge of the Monastery of Saint Macarius the Great in 2008.... ( from the wikipedia article on Metropolitan Mikhail of Asyut)

Saints

There is one Saint called Mikhail.

  • Mikhail Yaroslavich

    Mikhail Yaroslavich is a Saint... ( from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Yaroslavich)

Dancers

There is one Dancer called Mikhail.

  • Mikhail Mordkin

    Mikhail Mordkin (1880-1944) graduated from the Bolshoi Ballet School in 1899, and in the same year was appointed ballet master. He joined Diaghilev's ballet in 1909 as a leading dancer.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Mordkin)

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  • Mikhail Kaufman

    Mikhail Kaufman is a Cinematographer... (extract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Kaufman)

Chemists

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  • Mikhail Lomonosov

    Mikhail Lomonosov is a Chemist... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Lomonosov)

Tennis Players

There is one Tennis Player called Mikhail.

  • Mikhail Ledovskikh

    Mikhail Ledovskikh, born August 8, 1986. in Almaty, Kazakhstan, is a professional tennis player.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Ledovskikh)

Weightlifters

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  • Mikhail Koklyaev

    Mikhail Koklyaev is a Weightlifter... ( from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Koklyaev)

World Record Holders

There is one World Record Holder called Mikhail.

  • Mikhail Shchennikov

    Mikhail Anatolyevich Shchennikov (, born December 24, 1967) is a Russian race walker.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Shchennikov)

Boxers

There is one Boxer called Mikhail.

  • Mikhail Yurchenko

    Mikhail Yurchenko is a Boxer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mikhail Yurchenko)

Mikhail

Gender: usually male

Meaning: Who is like god?, Gift from God, Who is perfect? and Who is like God

Origin: Slavic

Lucky Number: Eight

Popularity: Position 965 in 1990

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