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  1. #1
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    Angelique

    Hi!
    Angelique used to be my number 1 name, ages ago, long before I discovered Nameberry. I wanted two daughters called Angelique nn Angel and Jeanette. Now I prefer Angeline to Angelique, but I still think its pretty. I pronounce it the French way on-je-leek. I love that it's unusual but not difficult to spell/pronounce.
    What do you think?
    Thanks,
    Ellie xx
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    I much prefer Angeline (my top girls' name)! I don't think Angelique would get too many misspellings or pronunciation problems. It's cute, but I am not a huge fan of -que endings.
    ~Tali~


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    It's quite pretty but I prefer Angelina. In general, all -que names sound a bit 80-s/90-s to me but it's not bad.

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    I prefer Angelique... I think it has a sophistication and separates itself from all the other -ine -ina names.

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    I knew a girl growing up called Jenique (which I guess an be spelt Jeanique) if you like that better.

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