August 25th, 2017

The Dragon

Angela - AnnHella





Ángela

She Shimmers Shining Smile
An electric Pikachu lightning lasers in eyelids
Her heart is warm and pure
With  such humour and fun like kids

A wardrobe of sports clothing style
Your sugar pours like love more
You're laughing echoes the halls
Your spirit busts and this world enthralls



Angela (given name)

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Angela
Fridolin Leiber - Schutzengel.jpg
A guardian angel protecting children, from a 19th century print

Pronunciation
/ˈænɪlə/ AN-ji-lə
German: [aŋˈɡeːla]
Italian: [ˈaːndʒela],

Gender
female

Language(s)
Greek

Origin

Meaning
Messenger, Messenger of gods, Messenger from gods

Other names

See also
Angie, Angel, Angelina, Angeline, Angelica, Angelita, Angelis, Anghela, Angella, Angelle, Angelea, Ángela, Ângela, Anjel, Gelya

Angela is a female given name. The origin of the name is Latin and its background is Christian. It is derived from the Greek word ángelos (αγγελος), meaning "messenger of gods". In the United States, the name "Angela" was at its most popular between 1965 and 1979, when it was ranked among the top 10 names for girls.[1] Since 1900 in America, it has been ranked among the 300 most popular names. It has been falling from its peak of popularity, and had fallen to 133rd by 2008. The variation Angelinawas ranked as the 69th most popular name in 2008 in the United States, while Angel was ranked 160th.