- n. A transliteration of the Russian male given name Михаил.
- From Russian Михаил ("Michael"), from Hebrew מיכאל. (Wiktionary)
“Mikhail is back, and he has both eyes — at least until Jin puts a bullet in one.”
“Russian newspapers say that the USA has been greatly disappointed in Mikhail Saakashvili.”
“Uh we know Mikhail is lying he was recruited by Mittelos bioscience.”
“Assuming Mikhail is telling the truth, this means Danielle was on the island for at least five years while the Initiative was active.”
“Mikhail is a curiously ambiguous character in that we are not aware of his allegiance.”
“The scene where Mikhail is yelling at Bea specifically.”
“Therefore, I am guessing that Mikhail is more loyal to the ex-Dharma crew than to the Others.”
“Mikhail is like the cat - he just keeps coming back - nasty creature that he is. mg714 what kind of world do we live in where cavemen is going to be on the air next year but veronica mars is not?”
“Ben being forced to admit lying to Mikhail only highlighted how much things had gone out his control, and yet, Mikhail is still loyal enough to do what Ben asked.”
“And after that, Mikhail is playing unbelievable ... all winners.”
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