What does Anjelika mean?
Anjelika /an-je-li-ka/ as a name for girls is of Greek and Latin origin, and the meaning of Anjelika is "messenger; angel, messenger of God; angelic". Anjelika is an alternate spelling, with the prefix Anj-, of Angela (Greek): from Church Latin. Anjelika is also a variant of Angelica (Latin).
Anjelika has 1 variant: Anjelica▼.
Anjelika has 19 more related forms via Angela, Angelica: Andjelija, Andjelka, Angelena, Angeleta, Angeli, Angelia▼, Angelika, Angeliki, Angelina▲, Angeline▼, Angelita▼, Angella, Angellina, Aniela, Anjel, Anjela, Anjelique, Anjewela and Annjela.Kreatif forms: Anjelia, Arjelika. [more]
How popular is Anjelika?
Anjelika is an unusual given name for women. Anjelika is an equally unusual last name for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Angelina (#153 in recent rankings), Angela (#191), Angelica (#437), Angeline (#847), Anjelica, Angelita and Angelia are the popular varying forms of Anjelika (not ranked). Other forms, like Angeli, are uncommon. Usage of these relations of Anjelika was at its highest during the years 1970-1979 (usage of 0.453%) and is almost as widespread today (usage 0.339%, ▼25.1%). Angela has historically been a favorite of parents, though Angelina is now the preferred form, while versions such as Anjelica have lost favor. Below is a graphed analysis of the history of Anjelika and corresponding names. (Top Baby Names, 2014)
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Recommended similar baby names are Abbelina, Abelia, Adelia▼, Adelina▲, Adelisa, Adelita, Adeliza, Aemelia, Alika, Ambeika, Amelia▲, Amelida, Amelina, Amelita, Ameliya, Anakela, Analia▼, Analisa, Ancelote, Anechka, Anela, Anelie, Anelisa, Anelise, Angel▲, Angele, Angelea, Angelee, Angelene, Angeles, Angelique▲, Angell, Angelle, Angelyn, Angelynn, Angila, Angla, Anglea, Angyalka, Anika▲, Anjali, Annalisa, Anneka, Annelie, Annelisa, Annelise, Anngela, Annika▲, Annslea, Anselma, Anslea, Anslie, Antaliya, Arcelia, Ardelia, Argelia, Athelina, Audelia, Aurelia▼, Aurelina, Avelina, Azelia, Onjella and Velika. These names tend to be more commonly used than Anjelika.