Gender Feminine
Usage French
Pronounced Pron. AHN-ZHU-LEEN
, AHN-ZHLEEN
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Meaning & History

French diminutive of Angela.

Related Names

Masculine FormAnge
Other Languages & CulturesAnxhela(Albanian) Anhelina(Belarusian) Angelina(Bulgarian) Àngela(Catalan) Anielka(Central American) Anđela, Anđelka, Anđa(Croatian) Anděla(Czech) Angela, Angelique, Angelien, Angelina(Dutch) Angela, Angelica, Angelia, Angelina, Angelle, Angie, Lina(English) Angela, Angelika, Angelina, Lina(German) Angela, Angeliki, Angelina(Greek) Angéla, Angelika, Angyalka(Hungarian) Aingeal(Irish) Angela, Angelica, Angelina, Lina(Italian) Angela(Late Roman) Anželika(Latvian) Angelica(Literature) Anželika(Lithuanian) Angela(Macedonian) Angelika, Aniela, Anielka(Polish) Ângela, Angélica, Angelina, Lina(Portuguese) Angela, Angelica(Romanian) Angela, Anjelika, Anzhela, Anzhelika, Angelina, Anzhelina(Russian) Ànghela(Sardinian) Anđela, Anđelka, Andjela, Anđa, Angelina(Serbian) Angela(Slovak) Angela(Slovene) Ángela, Ángeles, Angélica, Angelina, Angelita, Lina(Spanish) Anzhela, Anzhelika, Anhelina(Ukrainian)

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Entry updated July 2, 2017