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- Angélique (given name)
- Angelique, a tree (Dicorynia guianensis) used in boatbuilding
- Angelique (grape), another name for the French wine grape Mondeuse Noire
- Marie-Joseph Angélique, an executed French slave known as "Angelique"
- Angélique, an absinthe launched in 2007 by the distillers of La Clandestine Absinthe
- The Groovy Girls doll line, by Manhattan Toy, features a doll named Angelique
Arts and entertainment
- Films and television
- Angelique Bouchard Collins, a fictional character from the gothic horror-soap opera and film Dark Shadows, in which she is the main antagonist.
- A heroine of the books Angelique (series) by Anne and Serge Golon
- Angelique, a daughter of Leviathan in Clive Barker's Hellraiser film series
- Angélique Kidjo, a Grammy Award–winning singer-songwriter and activist from Benin (b. 1960)
- Angélique (instrument), also called angelica or angel lute, a theorbo with up to 17 single strings, tuned in diatonical order
- "Angelique" (song), the Danish entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1961, performed in Danish by Dario Campeotto
- "Angélique", a song written by Gothic Metal band Theatre of Tragedy and featured in their album Aégis
- "Angelique", a song on Welsh pop band Badfinger's debut album, Magic Christian Music
- "Angelique", the first track on the album Light & Shade by Mike Oldfield
- Theatre stage
- Angélique, a 1927 opéra bouffe by Jacques Ibert
- Angelique, a play by Lorena Gale, winner of the 1995 duMaurier National Playwriting Competition in Canada
- Angelique (Japanese series), a GxB series including video games, manga, and anime
- Angelic (disambiguation)
- Angelica (disambiguation)
- Angelica archangelica, a plant (Angelica archangelica)
- Angelika (disambiguation)
- Angélique, Marquise des Anges
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