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allycia

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

  • englishenglish

Related names

VARIANTS
english
alesha, alisa, alice, alisha, alissa, alisya, alyce, alicia, alysha, alyssia, alease, alecia, aleesha, alesia, alise, alishia, alisia, allissa, alycia, alys, alysa, alyse, alysia, alyssa, elicia, alasha, allyce, leisha, aleisha, alissia
PET & SHORT FORM
english
alison, allie, ally, lyssa, lesia, aly, alisson, allison, allyson, alyson, alysson, alyska, alicen, alycen, alley, alie, alisan, alli

Use in other languages

LANGUAGES
ancient greek
alíkē
basque
alize, talesia, ALIZA, ALIZIA
catalan
alìcia
cornish
alis
danish
alisa, alice, alisha, alissa, alicia, alise, alyssa, elicia, alis, ALICA, Allice, Allis
dutch
alicia, alyssa
esperanto
Alico
faroese
alisa, alice, alisia
finnish
alisa, alice, alisha, alissa, alicia, alise, alisia, alyssa, elicia, ALICA, Aliisa, Aliisi, Alliisa, Allis, Allisa
french
alice, alicia, alyssa, alix, Aliciane, Alixane, Alixe, Alixia
galician
alicia
german
alisa, alice, alisha, alissa, alicia, alis, ALICA
greek
Alíki
greenlandic
Aalissi, Âlíse
hungarian - magyar
Aliz
icelandic
alice, Alís, Alísa
irish
alice
italian
alice
latvian
alise
lithuanian
alicija
middle french
AALIS
norwegian
alisa, alice, alisha, alissa, alicia, alise, alyssa, alis, ALICA, Ales, Allis
old french
Aliz
polish
alicja
portuguese
alice, alìcia
romanian
alis
russian
alesha, alisa
sami - lapps
Aliissá
scottish
alice, Ailios, Ailisl, Aileas
slovak
ALICA
spanish
alicia
swedish
alisa, alice, alisha, alissa, alicia, alise, alisia, alyssa, elicia, alis, ALICA, Aliisa, Ales, Allice, Allis, Allisa
welsh
alice, alicia, alys, alyssa, alis

Geographical spread (only living languages)

Popularity & Ranking

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New Age curiosities (only for entertainment purposes)

9
Numerological Values:
9

A number 9 person is humane and selfless. Compassion, tolerance, idealism and sensitivity are the hallmarks of number 9. Number 9 individuals often give unselfishly to others.

Chakra Number:
9: The number of the Chakra "Pineal Gland"

The Pineal Gland is about the size of a pea, and is in the center of the brain in a tiny cave behind and above the pituitary gland which lies a little behind the root of the nose. It is located directly behind the eyes, attached to the third ventricle. This chakra is also known as the upper dan tien. The ninth chakra is an interesting chakra in that it is in this chakra that all the Christ abilities lie dormant, waiting to be released and used in the outer and inner worlds. The shift in focus at this time is toward that Christ energy and the accompanying abilities that go along with it. Hence, a great deal of work and energy is now being sent into physical reality to help the individual open up and expand this energy center.

Color meaning:

It is no surprise that gold symbolizes wealth used wisely, but it is also the symbol of good health. People who favor the color gold are optimistic. The Tibetan Buddhist believes in 5 sacred stones: the crystal for light, turquoise for infinity of sea and sky, coral for life and form, gold for the golden ray of the sun, silver for the light of the moon. Gold is intimately linked with Divinity and those gods associated with the Sun. It symbolizes wealth and success.

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