US Popularity:11132
Other Origin(s):Hebrew, Yiddish
Both a given name and a surname, Mandel is typically masculine. It is believed to have Jewish, German, Hebrew, and Yiddish roots, ultimately stemming from the Middle High German word mandel, meaning “almond.” Thanks to its impressive background, its meaning comes from a variety of origins. As a Jewish surname, it is quite distinguished and thought to be ornamental, referring to different trees and their fruits. Its German meaning is derived from a habitational name related to Mandel in Germany, making for a sweet way to honor baby’s heritage.

Mandel Name Popularity Data

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in 2011
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from 2006
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