- a South American tree, Dicorynia paraensis, of the legume family.
- the hard, reddish-brown wood of this tree, used in shipbuilding.
Origin of angelique
< French: plant of Angelica genus. See angelic
[an-juh-leek; French ahn-zhey-leek]
- a female given name.
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But Angelique beamed with joy before the commencement of the realisation of her dream.
All the while that she was taking her coffee, Angelique talked of the hangings.
When the great church clock struck twelve, Angelique left her seat.
But Angelique started as she thought, where had she ever seen anyone who looked like Monseigneur?
Angelique, having risen, refused, and begged Felicien to leave immediately.