Language(s) Latin, Greek, possibly Spanish
Angelica is a female given name and a variant of Angelika. It is pronounced an-JEL-ih-kuh in English or ahn-je-LEE-kah in Italian. [1 ]
Meaning [ edit ]
Angelica comes from the
Latin angelicus, "angelic", which in turn is ultimately descended from the Greek άγγελος ( ángelos) meaning "Messenger of god (angel)". [1 ]
Notable Angelicas [ edit ]
Angelica Garcia, American Latin pop star from the 1990s
Angélica Ksyvickis, a Brazilian TV hostess, singer and actress
Angélica María (Angélica María Hartman Ortiz), Mexican actress and singer
Mother Angelica (Rita Antoinette Rizzo), American Roman Catholic nun and founder of the Eternal Word Television Network Professional wrestler
Lita, whose ring name once was Angelica.
First name [ edit ]
Angélica de Almeida, Brazilian long-distance runner
Angélica Aragón, Mexican film and telenovela actress
Angelica Balabanoff, Ukrainian Jewish-Italian socialist
Angelica Catalani, Italian opera singer
Aggeliki Daliani, Greek actress
Anjelica Huston, American actress
Angeliki Karapataki, Greek water polo player
Angelica Kauffman, Swiss painter
Angélica Ksyvickis, Brazilian TV personality.
Angélica Kvieczynski, Brazilian rhythmic gymnast
Aggeliki Tsiolakoudi, Greek javelin thrower
Angelica Van Buren, daughter-in-law of the 8th United States President
Angelica Mandy, English actress
Angelica Panganiban, Filipina actress and model
Angelica Zawadzki, is a Mexican sprint canoer
Angelica Bengtsson, is a Swedish track and field
Angelica Bridges, American Actress
Angelica Bella, is a Hungarian pornographic actress
Angelica Barcelo, Filipino actress
Angelica Bell, is a British television and radio presenter.
Angelica Burevik, is a Swedish former association football defender who won 30 caps for the Sweden women's national football team
Angelica Garnett, was a British writer, painter and artist
Angélica Gorodischer, is an Argentine writer known for her collection of short stories, which belong to a wide variety of genres, including science-fiction, fantasy, crime and stories with a feminist perspective.
Name used in Fiction [ edit ]
Fictional [ edit ]
Variations [ edit ]
Spanish), Angelika ( German, Polish),( Hungarian), Angélique ( French), Anjelica ( English), Anxélica ( Galician), Angeliki or Aggeliki ( Greek). [1 ]
References [ edit ]
^ a b c Campbell, Mike. "Angelica". Behind the Name: the etymology and history of first names. Archived from the original on 23 March 2008 . Retrieved 2008-03-24.