Ângela meaning and origin

Gender: Girl
Origin: Old Greek
Usage: Portuguese
Meaning: Messenger of God and Angel
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Ângela means Messenger of God or Angel is chiefly used in Portuguese is originated from Old Greek is used for girls.

Variants of Ângela

Angelos, Angelus, Agathangelos, Angel, Angelous

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Popularity of Ângela

Ângela is an extremely rare name around the world.

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  •  Pip - Renowned Pip came from Old Greek and Old French is used as a baby boy name, meaning of Pip is "Lover of Horses Friend of Horses, Warlike and Friend and Horse" is notably used in English. Pip is shortened form of Philip.
  •  Eleodoro means He who Comes from the Sun mostly aimed at baby boys has origin in Old Greek
  •  Marie-Agnès - Origin of Marie-Agnès is in Hebrew and Greek, meaning of Marie-Agnès is "Pure or Princess of the Sea"
  •  Cathryn - Trendy and Evergreen girl name Cathryn is used notably in Danish, Norwegian and Finnish and came from Old Greek, Cathryn means "The Pure and Beloved". Cathryn is derived from Karine.
  •  Demetrios - Used especially in Swedish, Danish and Finnish, Demetrios used for baby boys is originated from Old Greek. Demetrios is form of The Greek Name Δημητριος, Which was Derived from the Name of the Greek Goddess Demeter in Latin language
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Namesakes of Ângela

    Ângela Vieira, Brazilian stage and TV actress

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