Dictionary of Medieval Names
from European Sources

Engel m. Old High German engil 'angel', used both as a standalone name, and as a pet form of any name with this as a prototheme.

Belgium
Dutch
1597x1598 Ingel BoonenGes p. 331
Czech Republic
Middle High German
1390 Engel (nom) Rössler1 119
England
Dutch
1580 Engel AuFr Engelborcht
Estonia
Middle Low German
1405 Engelke BbRT p. 344; 1437 Engelke ibid. p. 360, Engelkken ibid. p. 360; 1440 Engelken ibid. p. 362
Germany
Latin
1315 Enghelke (nom) VFBStralsund 3743
Early New High German
1410 Engel (nom) mairhofer DCXCI; 1497 Engell Nurn1497 p. 2
The Netherlands
Dutch
1593 Ingel MagMiddelburg-1560; 1594 Ingel ibid.; 1595 Ingel ibid.; 1596 Ingel ibid.; 1597 Ingel ibid.; 1598 Ingel ibid.; 1599 Engel ibid.
Cite as: S.L. Uckelman. "Engel". In S.L. Uckelman, ed. The Dictionary of Medieval Names from European Sources, Edition 2017, no. 1. http://dmnes.org/2017/1/name/Engel.