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Look up Angelina in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Angelina may refer to: Contents 1 People, 2 Places, 3 Arts and entertainment, 4 Science, 5 Ships, 6 See also, People: Angelina (given name), a feminine given name, diminutive of "Angela", Angelina Jolie (born 1975), American film actress, UN Goodwill Ambassador, Angelina Love (born 1981), Canadian professional wrestler and former TNA Knockout, Angelina Pivarnick (born 1986), American television personality and occasional professional wrestler, Angelina Amaris (born 1976), German singer, songwriter and actress, Saint Angelina of Serbia (died 1520), 15th century Serbian orthodox saint, Anna Angelina, daughter of Byzantine emperor Alexios III Angelos and of Euphrosyne Doukaina Kamatera, Irene Angelina (died 1208), daughter of Byzantine emperor Isaac II Angelos and of Herina, Eudokia Angelina (died c. 1211), daughter of Byzantine emperor Alexios III Angelos and Euphrosyne Doukaina Kamaterina, Eva Angelina (born 1985), American porn actress, Theodora Angelina (daughter of Isaac Komnenos), Theodora Angelina (wife of Leopold VI of Austria), Places: Angelina, Santa Catarina, Brazil, Angelina County, Texas, USA Angelina County Airport, airport near Lufkin, Texas, USA, , Angelina National Forest, United States, Angelina River, river in Rusk County, Texas, USA, Arts and entertainment: "Angelina" (Bob Dylan song), song from 1981 album Shot of Love, "Angelina", a song by Harry Belafonte from Jump Up Calypso, "Angelina", a song by Slade from Play It Loud, "Angelina", a song by Marillion from Marbles, "Angelina", a song by Lou Bega, "Angelina/Zuma Zuma", a song sung by Louis Prima, "Angelina", a jazz composition by Earl Klugh from Earl Klugh, Angelina Ballerina, the musical show, Science: Angelina (fungus), a genus of fungi in the family Dermateaceae, Angelina sedgwickii, a trilobite, 64 Angelina, asteroid, Ships: Angelina Lauro, cruise ship that sank near Taiwan

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