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Gender Feminine
Usage Spanish
Pronounced Pron. ANG-kheh-la
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Meaning & History

Spanish feminine form of Angelus (see ANGEL).

Related Names

Masculine FormÁngel
Other Languages & CulturesAnhelina(Belarusian) Àngela(Catalan) Anđela, Anđelka, Anđa(Croatian) Anděla(Czech) Angela, Angelique, Angelien, Angelina(Dutch) Angela, Angelica, Angelia, Angelina, Angelle, Angie, Lina(English) Angèle, Angélique, Angeline(French) Angela, Angelika, Angelina, Lina(German) 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(Portuguese) Angela, Angelica(Romanian) Angela, Anzhela, Anzhelika, Angelina, Anzhelina(Russian) Ànghela(Sardinian) Anđela, Anđelka, Andjela, Anđa(Serbian) Angela(Slovak) Angela(Slovene) Anzhela, Anzhelika, Anhelina(Ukrainian)
Same SpellingÀngela, Ângela, Angéla, Angela
User SubmissionAngèla

People think this name is

classic   mature   formal   upper class   wholesome   refined   strange   serious   nerdy  
Estonia: September 6 (as Angela)
Germany: January 27 (as Angela)
Greece: November 8 (as Angela)
Hungary: May 31 (as Angéla)
Slovakia: March 11 (as Angela)
Sweden: December 7 (as Angela)
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