What does Angelita mean?
Angelita /an-geli-ta/ [4 sylls.] as a name for girls. Angelita's root is Greek, and the meaning of Angelita is "messenger; angel, messenger of God". Angelita is a variant form, with the suffix -ita, of Angela (Greek): from Church Latin. See also Elita.
Angelita▼ has 1 variant: Angeleta.
Angelita▼ has 45 more relations via Angela: Aingeal, Andjelija, Andjelka, Ange, Angel▲, Angele, Angelee, Angelena, Angelene, Angeles, Angeli, Angelia▼, Angelica▲, Angelika, Angeliki, Angelina▲, Angeline▼, Angelique▲, Angell, Angella, Angelle, Angellina, Angelyn, Angelynn, Angie▼, Angil, Angila, Angla, Anglea, Angy, Angyola, Aniela, Anjel, Anjela, Anjelica▼, Anjelika, Anjewela, Anngela, Anngil, Anngilla, Anngiola, Annijilla, Annjela, Gelya and Tangela.Kreatif forms: Angelida, Angelitha, Argelita. [more]
How popular is Angelita?
Angelita is a very popular first name for females (#943 out of 4276, Top 22%) but a unique last name for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Displayed below is the birth name popularity of Angelita for girls. Angelita was first listed in 1900-1909 and reached its highest rank of #530 in the U.S. in the 1930s, but is not found in the list currently. (Top 1000 Birth Names Statistics, 2014)
Below is a charted comparison of the usage of the girl name Angelita and related names. Popular alternative forms of Angelita are Angelina (#153 in 2014), Angela (#191), Angel (#275), Angelique (#413), Angelica (#437), Angie (#550), Angeline (#847), Tangela, Anjelica, Angeles and Angelia. Adoption of these girl names reached its apex during 1970-1979 (usage of 0.4552%) and is somewhat lower today (usage 0.3445%, ▼24.3%), with the versions Angie, Angeline, Angelia, Anjelica and Angelita becoming somewhat outmoded. The trendier girl names in this compilation are Angelique (#413), Angela (#191), Angelina (#153), Angel (#275) and Angelica (#437), with Angelica and Angelina undergoing a rekindling in usage. (Top 1000 Birth Names Statistics, 2014)
A suggested similar baby name is Angelea. This name tends to be less commonly used than Angelita.