Angelina

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Gender: F Meaning of Angelina: "angel" Origin of Angelina: Greek, Italian, Spanish, Russian diminutive of Angela Angelina's Popularity in 2015: #164

The gorgeous Angelina Jolie has promoted the star power of her name and changed Angelina's image from delicate to intense, from older Italian mama to stylish multi-cultural child. Kids might relate to the dancing mouse in the series of charming children's books, Angelina Ballerina, or to the Harry Potter character, Angelina Johnson Weasley, a member of Dumbledore's army.

A notable namesake is Angelina Grimke, an important American abolitionist and suffragist.

Famous People Named Angelina

Angelina Jolie Pitt, American actress and humanitarian
Angelina Emily Grimke, American abolitionist and suffragist
Angelina Love (born Lauren Richards), Canadian pro wrestler
Angelina Nikonova, Russian filmmaker
Angelina Pavlovna Goncharenko, Russian ice hockey player

Pop Culture References for the name Angelina

Angelina Ballerina, children's book character
Angelina Veneziano, character on American soap "The Young and the Restless"
Angelina Johnson, character in the Harry Potter series, wife of George Weasley
"Farewell, Angelina", song by Bob Dylan, performed by Joan Baez