Meaning & History
Possibly a variant of ALICIA
, or maybe from the ancient Gaulish city of Alesia.
VARIANTS: Alice, Alease, Alecia, Aleesha, Alesha, Alicia, Alise, Alisha, Alishia, Alisia, Alissa, Alisya, Allissa, Allycia, Alyce, Alycia, Alys, Alysa, Alyse, Alysha, Alysia, Alyssa, Alyssia, Elicia OTHER LANGUAGES: Kalisha, Talisha (African American), Adalheidis, Adelais, Adela, Adelina (Ancient Germanic), Alícia (Catalan), Adéla (Czech), Adelheid, Aleid, Aleida, Alida (Dutch), Aliisa, Alisa, Alli (Finnish), Adélaïde, Alice, Alix, Adèle, Alison (French), Adelheid, Ada, Aleida, Alida, Heida, Heidi (German), Adelaida, Aliz, Ada, Adél, Alida, Alíz (Hungarian), Ailís (Irish), Adelaide, Alice (Italian), Alise (Latvian), Aleit (Low German), Aalis (Medieval French), Adelajda, Alicja, Ada, Adela (Polish), Adelaide, Alice, Alícia (Portuguese), Adela (Romanian), Alisa (Russian), Aileas (Scottish), Alica (Slovak), Adelaida, Alicia, Adela (Spanish), Alis (Welsh)
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