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In Italian Angelina means little angel.
-- Anonymous User  1/12/2005
Name is also Spanish, 'Angel' meaning 'angel' and 'lina' meaning 'little'. The name is traditionally pronounced in Spanish as ang-ha-lina.
-- angelina  2/12/2005
'Lina' does not mean little in Spanish. But anyways, I really like this name, not other then the fact that it's my mom's name.
-- Anonymous User  11/23/2006
"Angelina Ballerina" is a series of charming children's books about a little dancing mouse.
-- Sarah Charlotte  4/23/2005
A bearer of this name is famed actress Angelina Jolie, daughter of actor Jon Voight. Angelina is arguably the most beautiful woman in the world.
-- Greeneyed Porcelain  5/14/2005
Actress Angelina Jolie Vojtka, born 4th June 1975, Los Angeles, California. Slovak and German descent on her father's side and French and Haudenosaunee (Iroquian Indian) heritage on her mother's side.
-- Emilie007  10/24/2008
I (18) fell pregnant 8 months ago and my boyfriend and I have been thinking of names to call our beautiful girl. We have decided to call her Angelina and you will pronounce it ang-u-lina. This is going to be the most perfect name because she is my "little angel".
-- Anonymous User  4/6/2006
I think this is a very pretty name. Personally I like Angelina Grace. This seems to be a name that isn't overly used but has withstood the test of time.
-- Anonymous User  4/25/2006
Angelina is a beautiful name, it sounds so pretty. For a nickname I would probably use Lina.
-- Anonymous User  5/8/2006
"Angelina" is a popular Bulgarian name too. "Angel" is the masculine form in Bulgaria. The Bulgarian word "angel" means "angel" in English, but the Bulgarian pronunciation is [angel], where "a" is pronounced [a], not [ei], "g" is pronounced [g], not [dg] or [j], "e" is pronounced [e] and the stress is on the "a". "Angelina" is pronounced in the same way except the stress - here the stress is on the "i".
-- iva_toneva  5/25/2006
I am usually not fond of very popular names, but I really like Angelina. It's just pretty to say and to hear. Not to mention, one can't beat having Angelina Jolie as a namesake.
-- Maggiecc  8/8/2006
I think that despite its growing popularity, I still am somewhat fond of the name. The only reason why I began to hate this name because in Fourth Grade, I met the most elitist Korean girl in my school! She would pick on me, calling me "saucebox" and "Smarties" over and over again. What made even more vexatious was her accent *shudders*. Sorry, but it has ruined this name for me!
-- Starla-Marie_1993  8/9/2006
Angelina is one of the most beautiful names I have heard of. But if too many people use it, it becomes kind of old and common-place. Angelina Jolie is a well-known name-sake, and she makes her name legendary. If I had a daughter, I would probably give her an uncommon name so people wouldn't tie her to another person. The name Angelina is also of Italian origin. Italian, Indian, Irish, and many Eastern language origins, have names that mean "pretty" such as the names: Eirian, Jia, Isolde, and Kalyan. These names are simple yet elegant. Anyway, Angelina is a wonderful name but it's a lot to live for. It does mean "pretty" and "angel".
-- MundialNina93  8/17/2006
I like this name, but I would want to go by Angie, Lina, or Angel.
-- Katya_4_Ever  12/31/2006
Angelina does also mean "little angel", it's a variant of Angelita.
-- Anonymous User  1/15/2007
I don't mind the name Angela, but I hate this name. I think it's because I don't like the name Lina, and the Lina at the end of this name turns me off. I also hate the name Angie, and would never use this nickname. It sounds like a dog’s name, not a person’s name. I also hate Angelina Jolie, and every time I hear this name, I think of her. I am sure she's the reason why this name has become so popular, since I've never heard this name before she becasue famous. And to the person who thinks Angelina Jolie is arguably the most beautiful women in the world, I can think of thousands of women more beautiful than her. Personally, I found her to be a very unattractive person.
-- TiffanyS  1/22/2007
This is my name, I used to hate it cause it wasn't popular. Then I started to think it was beautiful. Now I wish there wasn't a Ms Jolie and it wasn't so popular. At least with her there I don't get called Angela too much anymore. Some of you people hold a lot of hate towards this name, you guys need some help.
-- silverzither  2/22/2007
I have a friend by this name and find the name quite beautiful. I don't really care for Angelina Jolie. To me she ruins this pretty name. On the other hand, Angelina is a nice all around name. But be careful with it, it is becoming popular.
-- Dessa  4/9/2007
Angelina Johnson is a chaser and later captain on the Gryffindor quidditch team in Harry Potter.
-- Anonymous User  6/25/2007
If Angelina were to mean "little angel" in Spanish then the name would be Angelita. And it's pronounced Ahn-jeh-lee-nah in Spanish. Please don't comment on name pronunciations unless you are familiar with that language. You're just giving out false information.
-- Anonymous User  3/15/2008
Also used in Spanish and pronounced Ahn-jeh-lee-nah.
-- Anonymous User  4/30/2008
It's a very cute name, but it sounds better on little girls and teens than it does on adults. The name has that youthful, cutesy feel to it that makes it difficult to imagine this name on mature, intelligent women. I can only associate the name with Angelina Jolie, and I've begun to find her a bit irritating, although I must admit that she's pretty hot.
-- slight night shiver  5/15/2008
Angelina is such a nice name, so angelic and sweet.
-- mary26  7/19/2008
A beautiful name, but I prefer Angeline.
-- italiannames  9/6/2009
I love this name, but I think it has kind of become associated with Angelina Jolie. I do adore her, but the constant tabloid stories about her have made me like the name less. Still, at least using it is nowhere near as corny as naming your daughter Jolie.
-- bananarama  9/7/2009
I love this name because I love the nicknames Angel, Angie, and Lina.
-- Doglover  9/28/2009
I have a cousin named Angelina.I love the sound but the name is too popular and makes me think of a girl that is full of herself. I know people with variants of the name and most of them had a horrible personality. Doesn't mean that all Angelinas are bad but it just reminds me of bad things.
-- Milena Scialfa  10/18/2009
It's one of Lady Gaga's two middle names. Her birth name is Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta. :)
-- treetops  5/9/2011
No offence to any Angelina's out there, but I find this name painfully pretentious. I'd think the same of any name with the word "Angel" in it.
-- xsai  5/18/2011
This name is alright, but personally I would never use it because I have a feeling it will skyrocket within the next few years, plus that Jersey Shore twit ruined it for me :/
-- Anonymous User  5/27/2011
This is one of the worst names in the world. Angelina Jolie runined any redeeming quality the name may have had.
-- GibsonGirl  9/15/2011
This name is also in use in Georgia, where it is slightly uncommon.

In Georgian, Angelina is written as: ანგელინა.
-- Lucille  6/4/2013
My 3rd great grandmother was given this name and on old church documents written as Angelina. Angelique on (baptism record) and Angela, on her grave stone. She was born in Olingen, (ouijen French spelling) Luxembourg in 1823 and was of catholic faith married into a German catholic family and came to America in 1851. This name seems to have never really lost its popularity and I guess its Latin origins lends it out to many nationalities that practice Catholicism, in fact I would claim this as a catholic name at least years ago, but now anyone uses it.
-- ginad511  1/8/2014
Angelina is also used in Hungary. Its name days are July 15 and July 21.
-- Randee15  7/16/2014

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