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Is 'your' baby name popular? What does it mean? And what does Mumsnet's (not-so-serious) Baby name finder predict?
What do you think, for a girl??
No. I think it sounds a bit cheap and chavvy in English. It does sound nice as a Spanish boys name.
Angelina. ... I knew a lovely girl with Italian parents called this! (Unhelpful!)
I love Angeli....DD was at nursery with a lovely little Anglei. Not sure of it's origin, though.
It's a predominantly boys name, an I wouldn't choose it for a girl.
My uncle had American neighbours called Randy and Sindy. Their DD was called Angel, she was anything but!!
This Angel is very handsome.
I think of a Hispanic man when I hear this.
Buffy the Vampire SlayerTess of the d'UrbevillesBoy's nameFor a girl - no wayAngelaAngelicaAngelina are all OK, but not Angel. As bad as Princess, or if you are superstitious, a child who is no more.
I prefer Angela!
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