Dictionary of Medieval Names
from European Sources

Raphael m. Hebrew רָפָאֵל 'God has healed'.

The name of one of the four archangels. Wycliffite Bible (1395): Raphael.

England
Early Modern English
1573 Raphaell bruton-vol1 p. 40
France
Latin
1579 Raphael (abl) FlorLyon p. 40
Middle French
1566 Raphaël RegPCC-1 p. 275; 1567 Raphaël ibid. p. 280; 1568 Raphaël ibid. p. 409
Germany
Early New High German
1497 Raphael Nurn1497 214
Italy
Latin
1376 Raffael (abl) DouGen1 p. 31, Raffaele (abl) ibid. p. 19, Raffaelis (gen) ibid. p. 214; 1464 Rafael (nom) CUP-III-I CCXXXI, Raffael (nom) ibid. CCXXXI, Raffaël (nom) ibid. CCXXXI
1376 Raffo (abl) DouGen1 p. 29
Spain
Latin
1487 Raphaelis (gen) carbonell-I p. 12; 1488 Raphael (nom) ibid. p. 17, Raphaelis (gen) ibid. p. 23; 1490 Raphael (nom) ibid. p. 43, Raphaelis (gen) ibid. p. 42; 1492 Raphael (nom) ibid. p. 66, Raphaelis (gen) ibid. p. 67
Catalan
1510 Rafel valencia1510 1627, Raphel ibid. 3737
Ukraine
Latin
1469 Raphael (nom) AGZ-18 35, Raphaelem (acc) ibid. I-2, Raphaeli (dat) ibid. I-2
Cite as: S.L. Uckelman. "Raphael". In S.L. Uckelman, ed. The Dictionary of Medieval Names from European Sources, Edition 2016, no. 4. http://dmnes.org/2016/4/name/Raphael.