- (given name, male), from Angelo or an anglicized spelling of íngel.
- (given name, female) from the English noun angel.
- (baseball) A player on the team the "w:Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim".
- Smith became an as a result of a pre-season trade.
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- A divine and supernatural messenger from a deity, or other divine entity.
- (context, biblical tradition) In Christian angelology, the lowest order of angels, below virtues.
- A selfless person.
- You made me breakfast in bed, you little .
Etymology: From engel, influenced in by angele, both from angelus, from Ancient Greek (polytonic, á) (angelos), from Mycenaean Greek (a-ke-ro) "messenger". (See also under Etymology, .)
- French: ange(fr)m
- German: Engel(de)m
- Spanish: í¡ngel(es)m
- Dutch: engel(nl)m
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