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Ange (girl)

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What does Ange mean?

Ange [ange] as a name for girls (also used as boys' name Ange). Ange's name origin is Greek, and Ange means "messenger; angel, messenger of God". Ange is a variant form of Angela (Greek): from Church Latin.

Associated with: greek, messenger (prophet), angel.


Ange has 22 alternative forms via Angela: Aingeal, Angel, Angele, Angelee, Angeles, Angeli, Angelia, Angell, Angella, Angelle, Angelyn, Angie, Angil, Angila, Angla, Anglea, Angy, Aniela, Anjel, Anjela, Anngela and Anngil.

Kreatif forms:
(female) Anabe, Angeau, ..

(male) Angeau, Angei, ..

How popular is Ange?

Ange is an uncommon given name for women but a very popular last name for both adults and children (#19784 out of 150436, Top 13%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)


Ranking and usage % can show different trends depending on the distribution of names that year.

Below is a graphed analysis of the history of Ange and corresponding names. Angela (#191 a year ago), Angel (#275), Angie (#550), Anglea, Angella, Angeles, Angele and Angelia are the popular related forms of Ange (not in Top 2000). Other forms, like Angell, are uncommon. Adoption of these relations of Ange was common during 1970-1979 (median #912) and has become much less since (#1377, 92%), with forms like Angelia becoming somewhat outmoded. (Top Baby Names, 2014)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Angel, Angela, Angele, Angeles, Angelia in U.S.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Angella, Angie, Anglea in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Angela outside U.S.

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Recommended names are Aagje, Abbe, Adde, Ade, Adie, Ag, Aggi, Aggie, Aggy, Aggye, Agi, Agie, Agnie, Agy, Agye, Aide, Aime, Aine, Alie, Alle, Aloe, Ame, Amee, Amie, Amye, Ana, Anat, Anci, Anda, Ande, Andee, Andi, Andie, Andre, Andy, Anet, Ang, Angle, Anh, Ania, Anice, Anis, Anise, Anja, Anka, Anke, Anki, Ann, Anna, Anne, Anner, Annes, Annet, Anni, Annie, Anny, Anthe, Antje, Anwen, Anya, Anyu, Arie, Ase, Aude, Aure, Ave, Avie, Hege, Inge, Page and Sage. These names tend to be more commonly used than Ange.