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Gender: F Meaning of Angelique: "angelic" Origin of Angelique: French diminutive of Angela Angelique's Popularity in 2016: #668

Angelique is on the rise, on the heels of sister names Angelina -- as in Jolie -- and Angelica, partly thanks to the Dark Shadows glamour girl played by Eva Green. After a long run of girls’ names that end with a, we think the vowel sound at the end is fresher.

Famous People Named Angelique

Angélique Kpasseloko Hinto Hounsinou Kandjo Manta Zogbin Kidjo, Beninese-American pop singer
Angélique Abachkina, French-Russian ice dancer
Angelique Ruth Bates, American actress
Angelique Pettyjohn (born Dorothy Lee Perrins), American actress and burlesque dancer
Angelique Enos, American actress; sister of Mireille Enos
Angelique "Frenchy" Morgan, French reality TV personality ("Rock of Love")
Angélique Monique-Paulette Boyer (Rousseau), French-born Mexican actress
Angelique Kerber, German tennis player
Angelique Sabrina, Bahamian singer-songwriter
Angelique Rockas, South African-British actress
Angelique Burgos, Puerto Rican TV host
Angelique "Havana" Brown, Australian DJ
Angelique Widjaja, Chinese Indonesian tennis player
Angélique Victoire de Durfort-Civrac, Countess of Chastellux, courtier at Versailles
(Philippe) Angélique de Froissy, comtesse de Ségur, illegitimate daughter of Philippe d'Orléans
Angélique de Saint-Jean Arnauld d'Andilly, French Jansenist nun and author

Pop Culture References for the name Angelique

Angelique Limoges, main character in video game series "Angelique"
Angélique de Sancé de Monteloup, main character in the French book series Angelique by Anne and Serge Golon
Angelique Bouchard Collins, character on TV's Dark Shadows (TV series)
Angelique, a character from Disney's "Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas"