Name Alice - Meaning and origin

Name Alice - Meaning and origin

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Meaning of the name:

Derived ancient Adelaide, from the German word adal, "noble race", which gives noble lineage.
Alice as Alice in Wonderland, heroine of Lewis Carroll's novel (1865), which brings a touch of fantasy and poetry to this rather classic name.
It is also used in Anglo-Saxon countries, Italy and Germany. And is sometimes masculine.
It's also the name of a Texas city.


French realist Alice Guy Blaché (1873-1968), French actresses Alice Sapritch, Alice Taglioni, Alice Belaïdi and Alice David, French singer Alice Dona, American actress Alice Joyce ...

For men, hard-rock singer Alice Cooper, Swiss writer Alice Rivaz.

So, what future for your little Alice to you? Sure it will work wonders!

St. Alice, also known as Adelaide, was the wife of Otto the Great, founder of the Holy Roman Empire. Remained widowed in 973, she reigned with wisdom. Very pious, she died serving the poor in a monastery near Strasbourg.

His character :

Alice is someone very optimistic and communicative! Vivacious in her soul, Alice knows how to lead her boat with a certain pragmatism. No question of running but all the senses but to go all the way, straight to the point. In society, Alice is helpful, funny, sensitive ... a real treat!


Alix, Alicia, Alison, Alycia, Helis, Alicea, Azelice, Alyce, Alis, Alyssa, Alissa, Alize, Alisha, Alisa, Aliza, Alysha, Alise, Allyssa, Alyse, Alyse, Alyze, Allissa, Alisse, Halise

His party :

The Alice are celebrated on December 16th.

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