Since 1880, 107,436 females in the United States have been called Angelina, according to records. Angelina was given to the most individuals in the United States in 2005, when 5,769 people were given the name. Those individuals are now 15 years old. There has never been a male named Angelina.
The first recorded use of Angelina as a girl's name was in 1880. It may have been derived from the name Angel, which was popular at the time. Or it could be a short form of Elizabeth, Ann, or Anne.
Number 108 on our list of names that have become more common since 2000 is also derived from an Italian name: Angelica. This name was made famous by the late singer-songwriter Angelica Rivera who rose to fame in the 1990s. In the United States, it was previously used as a surname (14th century to 1960).
There are many different versions of how the name Angel becomes Angie. One version is that it comes from the Latin word angelus, meaning "messenger". Another version is that it comes from the Greek word angellein, which means "to show reverence toward". A third version is that it comes from the Hebrew word annan, which means "myrtle" or "palm tree". A fourth version is that it originates with the Norse name Angul, which means "spear".
From 1880 through 2017, the Social Security Administration recognized 117,684 infants born in the United States with the first name Angelina. That's more than enough Angelinas to populate Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, which has a population of 109,000 people (as of July 1, 2012). But it's still just a small fraction of all the babies named Angelina: over 9 million names are used as first names around the world.
The SSA records show that there have been at least two other babies named Angelina in the United States: one born in 1859 and another one in 1889. However, these two girls are not related to each other or to the current generation of Angelinas.
In addition to the two cases mentioned by the SSA, there is also an actress named Angelina Jolie who is not related to any of the previous individuals nor to the current generation of Angelinas.
As for the number of babies born with the last name Angelini? , that would be equal to the last name "Angel" without the letter i (since "i" is the alphabetical symbol). In this case, the SSA records show that there have been at least 2,418 infants born with the last name "Angelini" in the United States between 1880 and 2017. These are the only two cases of infants with the last name "Angelini" recorded by the SSA.
Since 1880, 36,517 females in the United States have been given the name Justine, according to records. The name Justine was given to the most individuals in the United States in 1988, when 1,591 people were given the name. Those individuals are now 33 years old. Justine was originally used as an English given name before it was adopted by Americans. It may be derived from a Latin or Greek word meaning "just" or "fair."
Justine is a common first name among males and females alike. Justine is ranked 240th among male names and 255th among female names.
In addition to using it as a given name, people also use Justine as a surname. These individuals are usually members of the family who were named after their father, such as Justina Millett, daughter of U.S. author Michael Kingmil. Or they may be members of the family who were named after one of several saints called Justa, including American feminist and abolitionist Justina Moore.
Over time, many names will become more or less popular depending on how others feel about them. Names that rise in popularity are called "popular names" while names that fall out of favor are said to be "unpopular names".
Justine is an unpopular name right now, based on data collected by Social Security Administration.
Between 1841 and 1920, the Angelina surname was discovered in the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, and Scotland. In 1920, the majority of Angelina families were discovered in the United States. There was just one Angelina family in California in 1880. By 1900, there were at least 39 Angelina families in California.
Angelina is an English female given name that may be derived from the Hebrew word angell, which means "messenger." It may also be derived from the Greek word angelos, which means "messenger." Other possible sources include the Latin anguilla ("eel") and Anglicized names such as Angela and Angelique.
The name became popular after an American woman named Angelina Grimke Weld (1808-1879) who advocated women's rights and educational opportunities for women.
Today, Angelina is the 984th most popular name of all time. It has been listed as the most popular girls' name since 1940 and the second most popular name for girls behind Emily.
In the United States, the number of people with the first name Angelina has increased by about 20% since 1990, while the number of people named Emily has decreased by about 10%. Overall, American children are choosing names that are both unique and common.
Since 1880, 63,551 females in the United States have been named Sonia, according to records. The name Sonia was given to the most individuals in the United States in 1970, when 1,767 people were given the name. Those individuals are now 50 years old. There has been a large increase in the number of people who have been called Sonia since 1990 (when only 714 people were named it). The largest populations of people with the first name Sonia are found in California (5,134), Florida (1,638), and New York (924).
Sonia is an English derivative of Anna or Anne which was originally used as a first name for those persons whose names had been anglicized from Anastasia (see Anastasie). It can also be used as a diminutive name for someone who is named Anna or Anne.
There are other names that are often used together with Sonia such as Jessica, Jennifer, Rachel, and Emily. These names too are used as first names but more commonly as female given names.
Sonia may be used as a boy's name too. However, it is more common as a girl's name.
Sonia is widely represented in the American culture. It was listed #7 on the Top 100 Baby Names in 2010.