What does Anela mean?
Anela has 1 variant: Anakela.
Anela has 35 more relations via Angela: Andjelka, Ange, Angel, Angele, Angelee, Angelena, Angeles, Angeleta, Angeli, Angelia▼, Angelica▼, Angelika, Angelina▼, Angelita, Angell, Angella, Angelle, Angelyn, Angie▼, Angil, Angila, Angla, Anglea, Angy, Angyola, Aniela, Anjel, Anjela, Anjelica, Anjelika, Anjewela, Anngela, Annjela, Gelya and Tangela.Creative forms:
(female) Aneal, Anema, ..
(male) Aneal, Anelai, .. Middle name pairings:
Anela Briella (A.B.), ..
How popular is Anela?
Anela is an unusual first name for females. Anela is an equally uncommon surname for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Which version is better?with its variant form and related girl names. Angel (#290 last year), Angela (#220), Angele, Angelena, Angeles, Angelia, Angelica (#425), Angelika, Angelina (#164), Angelita, Angella, Angie (#587), Anglea, Anjelica and Tangela are the prominent related forms of Anela (outside Top 2000) ranked in the Top 2000. Other variants, like Angila, are seldom used. These relations of Anela were popular with parents 5 decades ago (adoption of 2.69%) and have become significantly less widespread since (adoption 0.35%, 87% less), with forms such as Angie becoming less fashionable. Below is a graphed study of the ranking of Anela and affiliated names. (2015 Birth Statistics)
Anela is alike in pronunciation to Analee, Analia▼, Anelie, Annelie, Enola, Onella and Winola. Other recommended names are Abelia, Abiela, Adala, Adela, Adele▼, Adelfa, Adelia▼, Adell▼, Adella▼, Adena, Adeola, Adila, Agnella (see Agnes), Agneta, Aila, Akela, Akiela, Alea, Alena▲, Aleta, Alexa▲, Amala, Amel, Amelda, Amelia▲, Amelya, Amena, Ana, Anda, Andera, Andra, Anessa, Anet, Aneta, Anett, Anetta, Ania, Anica, Anika▲, Anisa, Aniya, Anja, Annda, Anneka, Anselma, Anslea, Arela, Arena, Arla, Asela, Ashla, Aviela, Avila, Ayla▲, Azelia, Cela, Chela, Dela, Huela, Joela, Kaela▼, Leela, Lela▼, Loela, Nela, Orela, Sela and Stela. These names tend to be more frequently used than Anela.See names in meaning and etymology.