Around the globe, Manuel (Manuel , Manual , مانويل , among others...) is a prevalent boy's first name. The given name Manuel is characteristic of Spain, where it is a widespread male name, Mexico, and Nicaragua (explore the name in all countries). In absolute terms, it most frequently occurs in Mexico, Spain, and Philippines. Also, Manuel is the last name as well as the forename.
Manuel is also a name from the Bible. Explore more in our Biblical names portal!
|Manuel||Argentina, Angola, Philippines, Mexico, Spain|
|Manual||Angola, Philippines, United States, Mexico, Spain|
|مانويل||Iraq, Morocco, Sudan, Egypt, Lebanon|
|Мануел||Armenia, Russia, Ukraine, Bulgaria|
|Мануэль||Kazakhstan, Russia, Kyrgyzstan, Belarus|
Emanouel, Emanuel, Emanuele, Emmanouíl, Emmanuel, Immanuel, Manel, Manman, Manny, Manolis, Manolo, Manos, Manouel, Manousos, Manuela, Manuelito, Manuell, Manuels, Manueĺ, Manueł, Manuèl, Manuél, Manuêl, Manuël, Manuęl, Manuǝl, Manuəl, Manwel, Manùel, Manúel, Manûel, Mañuel, Mànuel, Mànùèl, Mánuel, Mánúél, Máńúĕĺ, Mânuel, Mânuël, Mânûel, Mânûêl, Mânûël, Mâńûêl, Mãnûèl, Mānuel, Mąnuęl, Nel, Nonong, Εμμανουήλ, Μάνος,
Manuel is also a popular name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Manuel , the fictional character in television series ''Fawlty Towers''; Manuel Leon , the character in the TV series Law & Order; Manuel Mandeb , character in Bar del Infierno; Manuel Aringarosa , the fictional character, The Da Vinci Code and Manuel , the operatic character in the opera La vida breve by Manuel de Falla, and in many other works.
|manuel romero ancona MX (b. 1)|
|manuel mamikonian Armenian noble (b. 350)|
|manuel mamikonian (b. 600)|
|ermeni manuel Byzantine general, TR (b. 701)|
|manuel erotikos komnenos Byzantine general (b. 901)|
|manuel boutoumites Byzantine general and diplomat (b. 1086)|
|manuel anemas (b. 1099)|
|manuel komnenos doukas Ruler of Thessalonica (b. 1187)|
|manuel láscaris 1140- (b. 1140)|
|manuel komnenos Byzantine noble (1143-1185) (b. 1143)|
|manuel ii of constantinople Ecumenical Patriarch in 1244–1255 (b. 1150)|
|manuel i of constantinople Patriarch of Constantinople (b. 1150)|
|manuel kamytzes Byzantine general (b. 1150)|
|manuel de castilla Senhor de Villena, Escalona e Peñafiel, ES (b. 1234)|
|manuel holobolos Byzantine monk (b. 1240)|