First name origin & meaning:
Hebrew: Life; masculine form of Eve
First name variations: Arch, Arche, Archie, Archy, Archambault, Archibaldo, Archibold, Arkady, Arky, Archibald, Caine, Kane, Kain, Kaine, Connie, Cain, Hyman, Hymen, Hymie, Cahyim, Cahyyam, Chayim, Chayyim, Haim, Hayvim, Hayyim, Hy, Haym, Cahya, Manny, Cain, Chaym, Chayme, Chaney, Chalney, Chany, Cheney, Malachy, Malaki, Maleki, Malachi, Mikhail, Mikas, Mikel, Michel, Miguel, Michelangelo, Micah, Michiel, Micha, Mischa, Mitchell, Mitch, Michau, Mikkel, Michel, Michele, Mihon, Mikhos, Mihal, Mick, Mickey, Micky, Mike, Mikey, Mickie, Midge, Mihály, Mikó, Michael, Mort, Mordy, Morty, Mordecai
Last name origins & meanings:
- Chinese: from the name of Gao Chai, a disciple of
Confucius during the Spring and Autumn period (722–481 bc).
His descendants adopted this character as their surname; it also means
- Korean: variant of Chae.