Other Origin(s):Spanish
Meaning:Angels; messengers of God
Angeles is a gender-neutral name of Greek and Spanish origin, meaning “angels” and “messengers of God.” A name deeply connected to religion, Angeles is often chosen by parents who wish to honor the Virgin Mary. Spanish-speaking communities refer to Mary as “Nuestra Señora la Reina de los Ángeles,” meaning "Our Lady the Queen of the Angels." Angeles is also a place name, such as the sunny Californian city of Los Angeles and several places in Costa Rica. An ethereal appellation that comes steeped in angelic energy, Angeles will make a fitting name for your little cherub.
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