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alicia

FORM OF:
alice
LANGUAGE FAMILY:
indo-european > germanic > west germanic > german
ORIGIN:
germanic  /  old french 
NAME ROOT:
*AþALAZ *HAIDUZ > ADALHAID / ADALHAIDIS > AALIS
MEANING:
This is a feminine given name used in different countries. It is a form of the Middle French female name “Alis” (Old French and Norman French: Aalis and Aliz). The modern form Alice and its variation represents the short form of “Adelais”, which is derived from the Germanic name Adalhaid / Adalhaidis, composed of two elements: “*aþalaz” (noble, nobleman, aristocratic, eminent, glorious, excellent) plus “*haiduz” (kind, sort, appearance, personality, character, manner, way). The name Alis became very common in France in the twelfth century. 1) Princess Alice of the United Kingdom (1843–1878) was the third child and second daughter of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha. Alice was the first of Queen Victoria's nine children to die, and one of three to be outlived by their mother, who died in 1901. 2) Alicja Jadwiga Kotowska (1899–1939) was a Polish nun, head of the Resurrectionist convent in Wejherowo between 1934 and 1939, and a blessed of the Roman Catholic Church and a martyr killed by the German Nazis in 1939 in the Mass murders in Piaśnica. 3) Princess Adelaide of Saxe-Meiningen was the queen consort of the United Kingdom and of Hanover as spouse of William IV of the United Kingdom. Adelaide, the capital city of South Australia, is named after her. The name is first recorded in Scotland in the 12th century. It was popular until the early 19th century and, spelled Allison, was the 45th most common name given to baby girls in the United States in 2005.

Usage

  • danishdanish
  • dutchdutch
  • englishenglish
  • finnishfinnish
  • frenchfrench
  • galiciangalician
  • germangerman
  • norwegiannorwegian
  • spanishspanish
  • swedishswedish
  • welshwelsh

Related names

VARIANTS
danish
alisa, alice, alisha, alissa, alise, alyssa, elicia, alis, ALICA, Allice, Allis
dutch
alyssa
english
alesha, alisa, alice, alisha, alissa, alisya, allycia, alyce, alysha, alyssia, alease, alecia, aleesha, alesia, alise, alishia, alisia, allissa, alycia, alys, alysa, alyse, alysia, alyssa, elicia, alasha, allyce, leisha, aleisha, alissia
finnish
alisa, alice, alisha, alissa, alise, alisia, alyssa, elicia, ALICA, Aliisa, Aliisi, Alliisa, Allis, Allisa
french
alice, alyssa, alix, Aliciane, Alixane, Alixe, Alixia
german
alisa, alice, alisha, alissa, alis, ALICA
norwegian
alisa, alice, alisha, alissa, alise, alyssa, alis, ALICA, Ales, Allis
swedish
alisa, alice, alisha, alissa, alise, alisia, alyssa, elicia, alis, ALICA, Aliisa, Ales, Allice, Allis, Allisa
welsh
alice, alys, alyssa, alis
PET & SHORT FORM
danish
alison, allison, allyson
english
alison, allie, ally, lyssa, lesia, aly, alisson, allison, allyson, alyson, alysson, alyska, alicen, alycen, alley, alie, alisan, alli
finnish
alison, allison, allyson, Allysson
french
alison
german
alison
norwegian
alison, allison
spanish
allison, Licha
swedish
alison, allison, allyson, Allyzon, Allizon, Allisson

Use in other languages

LANGUAGES
ancient greek
alíkē
basque
alize, talesia, ALIZA, ALIZIA
catalan
alìcia
cornish
alis
esperanto
Alico
faroese
alisa, alice, alisia
greek
Alíki
greenlandic
Aalissi, Âlíse
hungarian - magyar
Aliz
icelandic
alice, Alís, Alísa
irish
alice
italian
alice
latvian
alise
lithuanian
alicija
middle french
AALIS
old french
Aliz
polish
alicja
portuguese
alice, alìcia
romanian
alis
russian
alesha, alisa
sami - lapps
Aliissá
scottish
alice, Ailios, Ailisl, Aileas
slovak
ALICA

Geographical spread (only living languages)

Popularity & Ranking

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New Age curiosities (only for entertainment purposes)

8
Numerological Values:
8

A person with name-number 8 is ambitious, confident, practical and has a great ability to execute plans. They are achievers and seek to reach the top of their field through hard work.

Chakra Number:
8: The number of the Chakra "Etheric Body"

At the base of the skull or Cerebellum and is also found to be linked to the causal chakra just above the crown chakra to the left in the etheric body. This center enables the individual to achieve advanced out-of-body projection, etheric projection, spiritual perception, and spiritual wisdom. I use the word spiritual here because these abilities and ideas are larger than the self and the earth and is were the ability of remote viewing resides.

Color meaning:

Black is the color of the hidden, the secretive and the unknown, creating an air of mystery. It keeps things bottled up inside, hidden from the world. In color psychology the meaning of the color black is protection from external emotional stress. It creates a barrier between itself and the outside world, providing comfort while protecting its emotions and feelings, and hiding its vulnerabilities, insecurities and lack of self-confidence. In times of fear and uncertainty black contains the energy of the threatening unknown. In a positive state, black is seen as a restful emptiness into which anything may emerge and disappear once again. It is also mysterious, providing a sense of potential and possibility.

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