- n. A female given name , popular from the 1960s to the 1990s.
- From the the French feminine form of Michel ("Michael"), Hebrew מיכאל (mikhál, "who is like God"). (Wiktionary)
“I have met michelle many times a few years back now, she even cut my hair, she is not a 'bad' person, I also wish her well, I don't know how she got mixed up with these people, but Michelle my family and I are thinking of you and wish you all the best.”
“MARIAN ROBINSON, MOTHER OF MICHELLE OBAMA: I want to tell you about my daughter, Michelle.”
“JULIAN BULLARD, FATHER OF MICHELLE BULLARD: Michelle, she ` s in a better place.”
“LINDA FISHER, MOTHER OF MICHELLE YOUNG: I have great faith in the police that they will help find the person who is responsible for taking our Michelle away from us.”
“Is michelle bombshell mcgee having an affair with Jesse James … Hot permanent skin stain model, Michelle "Bombshell" McGee, is dishing mud about a ostensible event she had ...”
“Even MIchelle Obama can be addressed as Michelle, as she insists still be be called.”
“For all these deceptions, I place MIchelle and Jim-Bob as YOUR WORST ENEMIES womensspace, because I know how hard you fight against women's oppression in this group, yet Michelle and Jim-Bob are putting on a SHOW of how great their lifestyle is.”
“By midday Friday, if you Googled "angry black woman," 65 million links popped up, many including the name Michelle Obama.”
“The New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd wrote an April column in which she referred to Michelle, via an unnamed interlocutor, as “emasculating” and chided her for casting Barack “as an undisciplined child.””
“There is no denying, the Obama campaign is taking advantage of what it calls Michelle Obama's personal appeal.”
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