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Etymology of Angel, Angelina, Angie.

Posted by Johannes on 25 October 2009

Origin of Angel, Angelina, Angie.
The word angel along with the proper name Angel is a transliteration of the Greek proper name Angelos from angelos (angel, messenger, the one who announce, who report something;).

Other forms of the name:
Angela, Angelia, Angelica, Angelina, Angelle, Angie

In modern Greek (Romeika):
a) Angelos: Angel [Άγγελος]
b) Angela: Angela [Αγγέλα]
c) angelos: angel [άγγελος]
c) angelia: news, message, notice [αγγελία]
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