Definition of Angelique

1. Noun. Any of various tall and stout herbs of the genus Angelica having pinnately compound leaves and small white or greenish flowers in compound umbels.

Exact synonyms: Angelica
Generic synonyms: Herb, Herbaceous Plant
Group relationships: Genus Angelica
Specialized synonyms: Angelica Archangelica, Archangel, Garden Angelica, Angelica Sylvestris, Wild Angelica



Definition of Angelique

1. Proper noun. (given name female from=French) anglicized from French Angélique, occasionally used in English since the 20th century. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Angelique

angelically
angelicalness
angelicas
angelicin
angelicins
angelick
angelicness
angelified
angelifies
angelify
angelifying
angelim
angeling
angelino
angelinos
angelique (current term)
angelize
angelized
angelizes
angelizing
angell
angelless
angellike
angells
angelman syndrome
angelolatry
angelologies
angelologist
angelologists
angelology

Literary usage of Angelique

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Port Royal: A Contribution to the History of Religion and Literature in France by Charles Beard (1873)
"This was not, however, the only trouble which angelique had to undergo in her new office. She had been placed in it against the will of M. de Langres, ..."

2. Port Royal: A Contribution to the History of Religion and Literature in France by Charles Beard (1873)
"This was not, however, the only trouble which angelique had to undergo in her new office. She had been placed in it against the will of M. de Langres, ..."

3. The Enthusiasts of Port-Royal by Lilian Rea (1912)
"CHAPTER VI PERSECUTION—DEATH OF MERE angelique " Votre heure est venue—voici la ... 1 While on her journey, news was brought to Mere angelique that the ..."

4. The Golden Dog (Le Chien D'or): A Romance of the Days of Louis Quinze in by William Kirby (1903)
"I will surely come, angelique; but tell me — " She interrupted him laughingly: " No; ... The house was, by a little artifice on the part of angelique, ..."

5. The Story of Port Royal by Ethel Duncan Romanes (1907)
"CHAPTER III MERE angelique RETURNS TO PORT ROYAL—PERIOD OF M. DE LANGRES ... Mere angelique says that one day, after the Profession of a nun, her mother, ..."

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