Angelica on a grown-up?

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I like it, and it can definitely work on an adult. There’s an actress named [name]Anjelica[/name] [name]Huston[/name], and the name certainly works on her.

Well, the only difference between [name]Angelica[/name] and [name]Angelina[/name] is one letter, and [name]Angelina[/name] certainly ages well so I see no reason why [name]Angelica[/name] wouldn’t.

I agree with the previous posters, and can definitely see [name]Angelica[/name] on an adult. I actually think of [name]Anjelica[/name] [name]Huston[/name] before I think of Rugrats. :slight_smile:

Good luck! :slight_smile:

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I actually was about to ask this question before I saw this. I really love [name]Angelica[/name] and someone told me it was too young sounding which really confused me. I like [name]Angelica[/name] for it’s pretty and sophisticated sound. I love it for a grown woman. It’s a great name. I have [name]Angelica[/name] [name]Hazel[/name] on my list.