Evangeline Meaning and Origin
Evangeline is a girl’s name of Latin origin, meaning: ”gospel.” It is derived from the Greek word “euangelion,” which means “good news” or “gospel.” The name Evangeline has a rich literary history and has been used in various forms of literature and poetry. The name Evangeline has a melodic and ethereal quality, often associated with grace and beauty. It has gained popularity as a given name for girls, and its variations and diminutives, such as Eva, Evie, or Angie, are also commonly used. Famous bearer: Evangeline Lilly, who gained popularity from her leading role as Kate Austen in the ABC series Lost.
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