Angelo name meaning

✍  Updated on: March 8th, 2023
Gender: Boy
Origin: Old Greek
Usage: English, Italian, Greek, Finnish, Swedish, Danish and Norwegian
Pronunciation: pronunciation of Angelo a-nge-lo
Meaning: Messenger and Angel
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What does Angelo mean?

Mostly used in Danish, Finnish, Swedish, English, Greek, Italian and Norwegian persistent and celebrated, Angelo aimed at both genders has its origin in Old Greek, meaning of Angelo is "Messenger of God or Angel".

Angelo is variant form of eminent and all time favorite Angel. Angel is derived from The Tribal Name of the Angles. Angel is English form of Angela. Meaning of Angel is Messenger from God, Messenger and Angel has its origin in Old Greek.

Also Angelo is Italian form of Angelus. The name is celebrated on May 5th.

How do I pronounce Angelo?

You can pronounce the two syllabled name Angelo as a-nge-lo. an-gelo is the different way(s) to pronounce the name.

Variants of Angelo

Angelos, Angelus, Angelino, Angel, Angela, Anela, Engelina, Angie, Chrisangel, Angeldaniel, Gabrielangelo, Gabriyel, Gabriel, Agathangelos, Angelous

Names that rhyme with Angelo

How popular is the name Angelo?

Angelo was a popular name in United States. Over 79214 babies have been given the given name in 206 years. At the peak of its usage in 1914, it ranked 146th when 1337 parents chose the moniker for their baby boys.

However the graph is now showing a downward trend after 206 years but still dominating the charts. In addition to that, the given name has been in the top 500 baby names a staggering 124 times Also, a popular name in Italy having over 22477 recievers in 18 years of usage.

At its zenith in 2001, the moniker grabbed the 42nd spot and 1433 baby boys were given the name. Additionally, the given name has been in the top 50 baby names 18 times

A common name in France with over 12307 new-borns have been given the name since 1900.

When at the peak of its usage in 1960, it ranked 145th when 351 parents chose the moniker for their baby boys. Angelo is a familiar baby name in England and Wales, it has been in use since 1996 and was able to reach the top 500 names.

Recently in 2017, 80 babies were given Angelo and it reached its peak ranking, 498 on boy names chart. Over 1067 babies in England and Wales have been named Angelo. Also, in Belgium, it has been in use since 1995 and was able to reach the top 200 names.

In 1997, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 187 on boy names chart when 68 babies were given the name Angelo. There are over 890 babies that have been given the name Angelo in Belgium.

Angelo is a unique baby name in Switzerland, it has been in use since 1998 and was able to reach the top 200 names. In 2012, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 173 on boy names chart when 49 babies were named Angelo.

Over 633 babies in Switzerland have been named Angelo. Also, in Netherlands, in just 1 years, it has made it to the top 600 names. Recently in 2017, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 525 on boy names chart when 27 babies were named Angelo.

Angelo is an uncommon baby name in Ireland where it has been in use since 1965 and achieved its top ranking of 250 in 1965. Angelo is a rare baby name in Netherlands where it is still in use.

However things change on global perspective, Angelo is extremely popular in Brazil where every 1 in 2000 have the name. Also the baby name is popular in Philippines, Mozambique, Madagascar, Angola, Chile, Canada, Venezuela, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Portugal, Haiti, East Timor, South Africa and Germany.

According to our evaluation, over 1030000 babies have been named Angelo globally.

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Angelo in Nordic countries

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What numerology tells about Angelo?

You aren't selfish, so you allow everyone in it. Your soul is playful and young. People have a hard time figuring you out but once they do, they see you are kind-hearted and try to take advantage of your naivety. People admire your charm and independent attitude about everything. You are an active person who always plans every detail but has plan B in your sleeve, in case something goes wrong.

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Sibling Names for Angelo

If you're considering naming your little one Angelo, you might also be thinking about what names would make great siblings. Below are some options for both girl and boy names that complement the elegance and uniqueness of Angelo.

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Famous people named Angelo

  • Angelo da Clareno, founder and leader of one of the groups of Fraticelli
  • Angelo Mai, Italian Cardinal and philologist
  • Angelo Branduardi, Italian folk/folk rock singer-songwriter and composer
  • Angelo Fantoni, Italian priest and exorcist
  • Angelo Medina, international Music Manager/Producer/Promoter
  • Angelo Mariani, French chemist and entrepreneur
  • Angelo Felici, Italian Cardinal
  • Angelo Ponte, American mobster
  • Angelo Maria Quirini, Italian Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church
  • Angelo Gilardino, Italian composer, guitarist and musicologist
  • Angelo Fabroni, Italian biographer and historian
  • Angelo di Costanzo, Italian historian and poet
  • Angelo Argea, was best known as the caddie for Jack Nicklaus
  • Angelo Heilprin, American geologist, paleontologist, naturalist
  • Angelo Rizzuto, American photographer
  • Angelo Manzotti, Italian countertenor or sopranist
  • Angelo Solimena, Italian painter
  • Angelo II Acciaioli, Italian Catholic cardinal
  • Angelo Beolco, Italian actor and playwright
  • Angelo Rinaldi, French writer and literary critic
  • Angelo Mosso, 19th century Italian physiologist
  • Angelo Barretto, Filipino race car driver
  • Angelo Musone, Italian former boxer
  • Angelo Quaglio the Younger, German stage designer of Italian descent
  • Angelo D. Roncallo, Republican member of the United States House of Representatives
  • Angelo Carasale, Italian architect, active mainly in Naples
  • Angelo de Mojana di Cologna, Italian nobleman and Prince and Grand Master of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta
  • Angelo Tarchi, Italian composer of numerous operas as well as sacred music
  • Angelo Natale, former trade union leader and candidate for political office
  • Angelo Herndon, African-American labor organizer arrested and convicted for insurrection after attempting to organize black and white industrial workers alike in 1932
  • Angelo Carletti di Chivasso, noted moral theologian of the Order of Friars Minor; born at Chivasso in Piedmont
  • Angelo Branca, judge
  • Angelo Minich, a pathologist
  • Angelo J. LaPietra, Chicago mobster and member of the Chicago Outfit
  • Angelo Sanudo, second Duke of the Archipelago
  • Angelo Dubini, Italian physician born in Milan
  • Angelo Ruffini, Italian histologist and embryologist
  • Angelo Cifelli, American, singer, composer, and guitarist
  • Angelo Mercurio, Italian-American gangster and a member of the Patriarca crime family
  • Angelo Maria Durini, Italian Cardinal of the Roman-Catholic Church
  • Angelo Rotta, Apostolic Nuncio
  • Angelo Trevisani, Italian painter of the late-Baroque
  • Angelo Zorzi, Italian gymnast
  • Angelo Faticoni, professional freakshow artist and contortionist
  • Angelo Sodano, Italian prelate of the Catholic Church
  • Angelo Secchi, scientist
  • Angelo Scola, Italian Cardinal of the Catholic Church
  • Angelo Bagnasco, Italian Cardinal of the Catholic Church
  • Angelo Genocchi, Italian mathematician
  • Angelo Battelli, Italian scientist
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  • Angelo d'Arrigo, Italian aviator
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