Gender Feminine
Usage English
Pronounced Pron. /ˈæn.d͡ʒi/  [key·simplify]

Meaning & History

Diminutive of Angela. The 1973 Rolling Stones song Angie caused this name to jump in popularity.

Related Names

Other Languages & CulturesAnxhela(Albanian) Anzhela, Angelina(Armenian) Anzhela, Anhelina(Belarusian) Anzhela, Angelina(Bulgarian) Angelica(Carolingian Cycle) Àngela, Àngels(Catalan) Anielka(Central American) Anđela, Anđelka, Anđa(Croatian) Anděla(Czech) Angela, Angelique, Angelien, Angelina(Dutch) Angèle, Angélique, Ange, Angeline(French) Ánxela, Xela(Galician) Angela, Angelika, Angelina, Engel, Lina(German) Angela, Angeliki, Angelina(Greek) Angéla, Angelika, Angyalka(Hungarian) Aingeal(Irish) Angela, Angelica, Angelina, Angiola, Lina(Italian) Angela(Late Roman) Anželika(Latvian) Angelė, Anželika(Lithuanian) Angela(Macedonian) Angelika, Aniela, Anielka, Nela(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)
User SubmissionAngie


People think this name is

modern   youthful   informal   common   simple   comedic  


Entry updated December 7, 2022