[ mahy-kuhl ]
/ ˈmaɪ kəl /
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a daughter of Saul, who became the wife of David. 1 Samuel 14:49; 18:27.
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Origin of Michal
Ultimately from Hebrew Mīkhāl, of uncertain origin and meaning
Words nearby Michal
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How to use Michal in a sentence
Mohammed and Michal to be wed at the Shahid wedding hall in Ramallah.Over 100,000 Palestinians Work in Israel, At Least One Third Without a Permit|Orly Halpern|November 22, 2013|DAILY BEAST
So Michal let David down through a window; and he went and fled and escaped.Hildebrand|Anonymous
He brought evidence of having slain double the number, and Saul was obliged to keep his promise, and give him his daughter Michal.
His conduct called forth a rebuke from his wife Michal, who scoffingly charged him with behaving like a public clown.
But it is not likely that in this demand for the restoration of Michal David acted on purely personal considerations.
But a woman of Michal's character could not but act like an icicle on the spiritual life of the household.