Engel girl

First name origin & meaning:

Greek: Heavenly messenger

First name variations: Agnola, Aindrea, Ancela, Ange, Angel, Angele, Angell, Angella, Angellah, Angelica, Angelika, Angelin, Angelina, Angelinah, Angeline, Angeliqua, Angeliquah, Angelique, Angelle, Angelita, Angiola, Angelo, Aniela, Anja, Anjah, Anjal, Anjala, Anjalah, Anjel, Anjela, Anjelah, Anjella, Anjelle, Engela, Engelah, Enjele, Engelchen, Engelica, Engelika, Engell, Engella, Engellah, Engelle, Engelyca, Engelycka, Engelyka, Engeliqua, Engeliquah, Engelique, Enjel, Enjela, Enjelah, Enjele, Enjell, Enjella, Enjellah, Enjelle, Enjelliqua, Enjelliquah, Enjellique, Enjellyca, Enjellycah, Enjellycka, Enjellyka, Enjellyqua, Enjellyquah, Enjellyque, Angela

Last name origins & meanings:

  1. German and Dutch: from a short form of various Germanic personal names (see, for example, Engelbert and Engelhard). A number of different elements have fallen together in Engel-, mainly Ingal, extended form of Ing, the name of a Germanic god or folk hero, and Angel ‘Angle’. The Angles were a Germanic tribe living on the Jutland peninsula; in the 5th–6th centuries they invaded eastern and northern Britain and gave their name to England (Old English Englaland ‘land of the Angles’).
  2. German and Dutch: in some cases a habitational name for someone living at a house bearing the sign of an angel, Middle High German engel.
  3. Jewish (Ashkenazic): ornamental name from German Engel ‘angel’ (see 2).
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