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Forename מילר

Around the globe, מילר (Miller United States Germany United Kingdom Canada Australia, Miler United States Germany United Kingdom Canada Australia, Müller United States Germany United Kingdom Canada Australia) is a common largely boy's, but uncommonly female first name. The forename מילר is habitual in Macao, where it is quite a common epicene name, Colombia, where it is quite a rare primarily boy's, but very infrequently feminine name, and Peru, where it is quite a rare boy's name. Not in comparison with a country's population, it most frequently occurs in Colombia, the United States, and Nigeria. Much more frequently, מילר is the last name as well as the forename.

Translations, transliterations and names similar to the name מילר

name Moleiro, name Moller, name Miller, name Moledor, name Müller, name Molinero, name Mlynář, name Mollers, name Milerová, name Myller, name Möllers, name ميلر, name Міллер, name מילר, name Brandmiller, name মুলার, name Brandmueller, name Muellers, name Brandmüller, name Мілер, name Мюллер, name ミラー, name Möller, name Müllers, name Mailer, name 米勒, name Mlynar, name Маллер, name Mueller, name Miler, name Мулер, name Meunier, name Моллер, name مولر, name Molnár, name Мольнар, name מולר, name Милер, name Миллер, name Мюлер, name Millar, name Muller, name Mylr, name Moeller, name ミュラー, name Mlynár
Miller, Miler, Müller Australia, Germany, Canada, United Kingdom, United States
מילר Israel

First name מילר in the context

מילר is also a name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Miller , the operatic character in the opera Luisa Miller by Giuseppe Verdi; a retired soldier; Miller , the character in the play "Intrigue and Love" and Müller senior aus Hamburg , the operatic character in the opera Die Rose von Stambul, The Rose of Stamboul.

Characteristic surnames

בר, אסף, אסא, אדי, אדם, אמה, אהד, אשר, אתי, מיה, מרי, מרק, מרב, מור, מאי, מלי, משה, מתן, מטי, בלה, שיר, שרה, אנה, אני, ארז, אבי, בן, שי, גל, גד, רז, רן, לי, לב, דב, דן, שרי, חן, ג'ני, רנה, סער, נוי, תמר, אלי, אלה, אלן, אור, איל, טל, and שון