Micah in Wikipedia
Micah (Hebrew: מִיכָה, Modern Mikha Tiberian Mîḵā; pronounced /
ˈmaɪkə/ in English) is a given name.
Micah is the name of several people in the Hebrew Bible (Old
Testament), and means "who is like God?", in the sense that
God is unique. The name is sometimes found with theophoric
extensions. Suffix theophory in Yah and in Yahweh results in
Michaiah or Michaihu (Hebrew: מִיכָיְהוּ, Modern Mikhayhu Tiberian
Mîḵā́yhû), meaning who is like Yahweh?  Suffix theophory in
El results in Michael (Hebrew: מִיכָאֵל, Modern Mikha'el Tiberian
Mîḵāʼēl), meaning who is like God?, or possibly one who is
In Dutch, Micah is spelled Micha and the ch in the name is
pronounced either [ʃ] or [x]; the first is more common in
female names, the latter in male names. The name is not as
common as Michael or Michiel.