Angel Granado in the US

  1. #2,636,507 Angel Florez
  2. #2,636,508 Angel Francisco
  3. #2,636,509 Angel Gillespie
  4. #2,636,510 Angel Gooden
  5. #2,636,511 Angel Granado
  6. #2,636,512 Angel Granger
  7. #2,636,513 Angel Grimm
  8. #2,636,514 Angel Gunter
  9. #2,636,515 Angel Hayden
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Meaning & Origins

Very common Spanish boy's name (pronounced with a hard g and the stress on the second syllable), a vernacular derivative (via Latin) of Greek angelos, which meant ‘messenger’ in classical Greek, but in New Testament Greek acquired the specialized sense ‘messenger of God’, i.e. an angel. It is common in the U.S. In Britain it is now almost exclusively a girl's name, but it was used occasionally as a boy's name from the 1400s, if not earlier. As such it is familiar as the name of Angel Clare, the chief male character in Thomas Hardy's novel Tess of the D'Urbervilles (1891).
309th in the U.S.
Spanish and Portuguese: 1. nickname from Spanish granado ‘mature’, ‘experienced’, ‘distinguished’. 2. topographic name or metonymic occupational name for a grower or seller of pomegranates, from granado ‘pomegranate tree’, Latin (pomum) granatum (see Garnett 1).
7,597th in the U.S.

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