Miguel is the Spanish and Portuguese form of Michael, which is derived from the Hebrew phrase, “Who is like El?” (with El being the Hebrew God).
Michael is derived from the Hebrew phrase, “who is like El?”
From adamah (Hebrew), which means “earth” or “soil”.
As a given name, Curtis is English given name. As a family name, it’s Anglo-Norman.
As a given name: it’s a nickname for Teresa /Theresa /Therese (a French name) it’s from the Gaulish male’s name Draccios, or Latin Thracius (“of Thrace, Thracian”) Originally, it started out as a male name in the US, then slowly became a mostly female name. It’s now used for both genders, but is mostly popular … Continued