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Alice

From the Shakespearean play Henry V

Origin

  • English
  • German: Noble, of the nobility; Alice is a variant of the old French name Adelais, a form of Adelaide, and the Germanic Adalheidis.

Nicknames

Allie, Ali

Syllables

2

International Variations

Alison, Alisia, Alishia, Alisa, Allis, Allie, Ali, Ailise, Allyson

Themes

Shakespearean

Alternate Spellings

Alyssa, Alys, Allyson, Allyse, Allison, Alise, Ailisa

Famous Namesakes

The name of several princesses, Alice Roosevelt Longworth, daughter of President Teddy Roosevelt, Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll, Alice Walker, author, Alice Munro, short-story writer and novelist, Alice Hoffman, novelist, Alice Sebold, author, "Alice''s Restaurant," a 1967 Arlo Guthrie song, Go Ask Alice, an anonymously written 1971 memoir, i>Alice Doesn''t Live Here Anymore, a 1974 film, Alice Doesn''t Live Here Anymore, a 1974 film, Alice in Chains, grunge rock band, Alice Cooper, rocker

Celebrity Babies

Daughter of Tina Fey (Alice Zenobia), daughter of Tom Cavanaugh

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