If you're looking for a heavenly name for your little one, you may be on the hunt for some baby names meaning angel. An angel is seen as a guardian of humanity, and therefore associated with hope, good fortune, and love. If you're on the hunt for the perfect divine name, this angel name list has you covered.
There are many boy and girl names that mean angel literally. The name Angela translates to angel and has attractive variations like Angelica and Angelique. It also has male variations, like Angelo. The name Michelangelo - associated with the famed painter - means "Michael angel," referring to the biblical archangel. For more unique options, the German boy's name "Engel" means angel, and the unisex Arabic name "Malak" also translates to angel directly.
However, there are also plenty of names associated with the angelic. A variety of attractive names - such as Gabriel, Ariel, and Sariel - refer to biblical archangels. Some cute female names have meanings associated with God, heaven, and angels. Gloria is thought of as the song of angels and Celeste means heavenly.
Do you have a favorite baby name for the little angel in your life? Give the best options a thumbs up, and please add any good names we may have missed.
Angela Female, Origin Unknown: An angel sent from heaven to spread peace and love
Celeste Female, Latin: The one born in heaven like an Angel
Ariel Unisex, Biblical Greek: Means "lion of God" and is the name of an angel that appears throughout the Bible
Seraphina Female, Roman: Derived from seraphim, an order of six-winged angels in the Bible
Gabriel Male, Hebrew: Means "God is my strength," references the archangel who announced Christ's birth
Malachi Male, Hebrew: My angel/messenger
Michael Male, Hebrew: One of the seven archangels of the God
Angelica Female, Italian: Angel
Raphael Male, Latin/Greek: Means "God has healed," one of the seven Biblical archangels
Rosangela Female, Italian: Mix of Rosa and Angela - an angelic rose
Malakia Female, Arabic: Angel
Michelangelo Male, Italian: Means "Michael angel," referring to the archangel Michael
Sariel Unisex, Hebrew: Means "command of God," one of the Biblical archangels