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In Greece, "Aliki" is the equivalent of "Alice".
-- stouris  1/9/2005
Also an ancient Greek name, Latin form of Alike(f), Alikos(m) or Alyke(f), Alykos(m). Alykos was a hero from Megara.
-- Damis  3/3/2005
The name of the main character of a book dealing with drug abuse, "Go Ask Alice".
-- Destry  4/14/2005
The main character in the book "Go Ask Alice" is NOT called Alice! It is the diary of an annonymous teenage girl, whose name is never given, and the reason it's called "Go Ask Alice" is because there is a drug related song, "White Rabbit", that contains that line. It is also partly because of the fact that the "Alice" books by Lewis Carroll remind the heroine in one part of a drug trip - she even wonders if Carroll himself used drugs.

Incidentally, there IS a character in the book CALLED Alice, though she is a relatively minor character - a fellow addict the heroine meets on the streets.

It's a great book - and Alice is a great name! :)
-- Sophannagh  11/5/2008
Alice is such a sweet and pretty name, I quite like it.
-- Lauracer  5/29/2005
Alice is a great, great name, and it has the word ice in it!
-- Anonymous User  6/9/2005
Alice in Chains ... Alice in Wonderland ... both very good.
-- i_love_bam  6/16/2005
Alice also comes from Greek origins meaning truth.
-- Kuroi Neko  6/19/2005
This is another great, classy name. It's simply pretty, and also my Aunt's name. I like the french pronunciation, A-LEES, better.
-- Anonymous User  6/23/2005
I love it, I'm naming my daughter that name. It's not very popular, but very beautiful. Perfect.
-- jessnothingless  7/21/2005
Alice is a short, sweet and feminine name, I love it.
-- Anonymous User  7/26/2005
Alice is a wonderful name. It reminds me of the characters 'Alice' from "Alice in Wonderland" (a wonderful fairytale) and "Go ask Alice" (a true and sad story).
-- Krystal4ever  8/12/2005
When I hear the name Alice I picture a sweet, blonde-haired, blue-eyed girl. I guess that's because of Alice In Wonderland. Nevertheless, I think this is a very simple and sweet name.
-- Erica30588  11/22/2005
I love the name Alice, it's so underrated and people seem to think of 'Alice in Wonderland' when they hear it, but it's just such a great name.
-- whackedtollie  11/24/2005
In Slovak, the spelling is 'Alica'. [noted -ed]
-- johanka  12/7/2005
Used in the film "Alice doesn't live here anymore", the Woody Allen film simply called "Alice", the song "Living next door to Alice" by Smokie, the album "Alice" by Tom Waits and the song "Alice" by The Sisters of Mercy.
-- Anonymous User  12/18/2005
Alice Babs is a famous Swedish singer of swing music.
-- Anonymous User  12/18/2005
Alice was the name of the character played by Natalie Portman in the movie "Closer."
-- ars musica  1/18/2006
Alice comes from the Greek word "alikè", meanining "daughter of the sea".
-- Anonymous User  2/9/2006
I think Alice is a very pretty name. I wonder why it has become so unpopular. It is not only beautiful, but also does not risk being mispronounced all the time, unlike Alicia.
-- HebrideanBlack  3/25/2006
I agree that Alice is seldom used nowdays. It's not as common as it was about 50 years ago, so today someone named Alice would be different.
-- Anonymous User  3/28/2006
There's this song that I know and it goes :"Who the F*** is Alice?" I love that song.
-- GuessModel  4/7/2006
Alice is the name of the main character in a series of books by Phyllis Reynold Naylor, starting with "The Agony of Alice." It's also the name of the main character of a book called "Alice, I Think".
-- Iremray  4/12/2006
Don't forget Alice Cooper.
-- Anonymous User  4/18/2006
I wouldn't name my daughter this, because it's rather boring, but I enjoy it. The only Alices I know are a sweet old lady at my church and a Rhodesian Ridgeback puppy that lives across my street. It's very simple, classy, and poetic, and possesses a certain dark, almost gothic element. I think Emily, Violet, and Jane are similar -- beautiful, old-fashioned names with a tragic, Shakespearean undertone that are at first glance very ordinary and dull.
-- SeaHorse15  4/18/2006
My name is Alice and it is ok, I suppose. The only problem is my name doesn't have any good nicknames. If you know one please tell me! Or leave a comment about this name and the nickname. Please I'm desperate!
-- Anonymous User  5/19/2006
I have a friend called Alice in France and I myself and a few other friends of mine give her the nickname, 'Ally', or sometimes like a code name, we call her 'Ice.' I hope that helps!

I definitely think Alice is a beautiful name!
-- celestialeyes  6/17/2006
The band Alice In Chains, and Milla Jovovich's character from the Resident Evil movies and video games, is a famous bearer.
-- sineadleigh  5/20/2006
The name of Tina Fey's daughter.
-- websurfer  5/27/2006
The Italian variant of "Alice" is the name "Alice", which is pronounced [aliche], where the stress is on the "i".
-- iva_toneva  5/29/2006
One of my best friends is called Alice. I think it's a real cute, girly name and quite an English sort of a name. It sounds good for a little girl or a woman. It's unfortunate the word "lice" is in it, though!
-- emeraldstar  6/28/2006
American McGee's Alice. Now, that's a good game. Also there is a book called "Looking Glass Wars" in which the girl spells her name "Alyss".
-- Anonymous User  7/26/2006
This name is so classic and sweet. It can work on a girly girl or a more "darker" girl.
-- Anonymous User  7/30/2006
Alice Cullen is a major character in Twilight by Stephenie Meyer.
-- Lomesir22  7/31/2006
Alice Cullen. Vampire in the vampire saga by Stephenie Meyer. Alice is Edward's sister, Bella's friend and future sister-in-law, and Jasper's beloved. She can predict the future, and is the first to predict that Edward will fall in love with a human and that Bella will become a vampire.
-- manapeppysan.com  11/24/2008
Alice Cooper has managed to make the name Alice scary.
-- pink_floyd_fan  8/1/2006
I always think of Alice in Wonderland when I hear the name. At a former job everyone would call me Alice because they said I looked so much like the character and then a new girl was hired with my name so I got a new name tag and went by Alice while at work. It was fun and I like the name. It's very pretty and simple.
-- childdoll  9/12/2006
There is a famous Irish witch called Alice Kytler.
-- seanh  9/26/2006
Main character Dr. Alice Tanner is from The Labyrinth by Kate Mosse.
-- Keira_111  10/9/2006
I think it is quite overused, I don't like it that much.
-- Anonymous User  10/17/2006
Alice Sebold is the author of "The Lovely Bones" and "Lucky."
-- Anonymous User  11/1/2006
Really nice-sounding name, and it's better that it is more associated with Wonderland than with drugs.
-- nothingshortoftragic  12/12/2006
Simple and sweet. This name will make an appearance when I have children, I'm sure.
-- Katesy  12/29/2006
I absolutely adore this name! My name is Alex but when I introduce myself most people hear Alice so I get called that and I clearly don't mind so no need to fix that mistake. :P
-- alexinwonderland  12/30/2006
Frankly, I'm not so fond of this name; it sounds so dull to me, although the French pronunciation is pretty in a way. Still, there's some sort of ring to "Alice" that I don't like. Maybe it's the spelling, maybe it's because of Lewis Carrol's "Alice in Wonderland" (I don't like Lewis Carroll), I don't know why.
-- gaelruadh19  1/5/2007
Alice Longbottom is a character from Harry Potter-series. She is wife of Frank Longbottom and mother of Neville. She was tortured by Bellatrix Lestrange and some other death eaters and now she lays in St. Mungo.
-- Yippal  1/7/2007
Allis is an alternative spelling, which enjoyed some popularity in Sweden.
-- Anonymous User  1/15/2007
There are other variations of this name, like Alaïs (one of the main characters of Kate Mosse's "Labyrinth") and Alaíde (similar to Alaïs, but used in Brazil).
-- Milena  1/23/2007
Love this name. It is classic and has a good sound to it. If I have a daughter she will be named Alice.
-- Anonymous User  1/23/2007
At first I didn't like this name, but it's grown on me. I would never use it because of how popular it is, though.
-- dreadfulxsorry  1/31/2007
A simple, classic, and pretty name.
-- Anonymous User  2/24/2007
I love this name! It's timeless!
-- elysa  3/14/2007
Alice B. Toklas was the life partner of writer Gertrude Stein.
-- Anonymous User  4/8/2007
I think this name is pretty. It is not overused which is nice. At the same time, though, I don't think I'll name my daughter this.
-- CharlieRob  5/5/2007
I one met a girl who spelled her name "Allis". I absolutely loathed that spelling, somehow I felt it ruined this name that looks so elegant and somewhat exotic spelled out. "Alice" is great, but "Allis"? No way!
-- Tango  5/14/2007
Superb American author Alice Hoffman wrote At Risk, Seventh Heaven, The Probable Future, Illumination Night, Practical Magic, Second Nature, and others.

This seems to be a great name if you want to give your daughter a "literary" future: Alice Munro, Alice Elliott Dark, Alice Walker, Alice McDermott.
-- GasolineAllie  5/22/2007
Pronounced as "Ah-lee-tse".
-- Karcoolka  5/24/2007
This is my name. I suppose it's one of those names that looks nice to other people, but when you actually have the name, it's difficult to appreciate.

I get called things like 'Allison' and 'Al' all the time. And it seems that nobody can resist making that tiresome 'Alice in Wonderland' crack. It doesn't help that I fit the 'blue eyed blond' stereotype, either.

In youth, I hated my name. It's taken me years to come to terms and finally accept it, although I wouldn't go so far as to say I am happy with it.
-- Topaz Kitsune  6/6/2007
A very pretty name. I admit I prefer Alison, but since it's so much more common, and my preference is not very strong, I'd much sooner use Alice.
-- Anonymous User  6/8/2007
This is my middle name, and I don't like it at all. I'm planning to change it, once I find good names to replace both it and my first name with.
-- Nagiri  6/21/2007
Alice is a wonderful name that will age so well with the young woman who bears it.
-- MissMackenzie  7/28/2007
This is my cousin's name, and she doesn't like it at all. She goes by Ally most of the time, but I like Alice better.
-- Katya_4_Ever  8/3/2007
Too plain for me, I much prefer Adelaide! But it isn't very popular, which is nice.
-- spaz123  8/11/2007
I love the name Alice! It's good for girls and boys, but I personally like it on guys WAY better!
-- applemilk  8/29/2007
Alice Lee Roosevelt Longworth (1884-1980) was the only child of US President Theodore Roosevelt and his first wife Alice Hathaway Lee. She was called "Princess Alice" and "The other Washington Monument" by the public.
-- Kate  9/11/2007
There are a few comments about Alice not being very popular - but warning, its popularity is on the rise, at least in the UK. In the Telegraph's top girls names in London 2006, it was positioned at no. 1 I believe. National tables more like 40. Could be a sign of what is to come both UK and US wide.
-- Anonymous User  9/14/2007
I was named after my great-grandmother Alice. My name is Allison though, my mom wanted to modernize the name. But I think the name Alice sounds nice. Too bad people tend to think of Alice and Wonderland when they hear the name. I think the name Alice will once again regain popularity. I know someone that named her little girl this name. It's very cute!
-- Coffeebean  10/5/2007
This is not really a famous bearer of the name unless you are a Florida Gators Fan, but the two alligators names are Alice and Albert.
-- Anonymous User  10/20/2007
There's a book series which is sort of a reimagining of Alice in Wonderland called the Looking Glass Wars in which it's spelt Alyss. I don't really like the name Alice for some reason but I love it if it's spelt Alyss.
-- scott  11/5/2007
Alice is such a sweet, lovely name. Too bad it's a bit overused these days.
-- Anonymous User  11/19/2007
I love the name Alice and wish that it would stay unpopular! It is so classic and elegant and old fashioned (which I love, modern names are such a bore!). My favorite character (other than Edward and Bella) in Stephenie Meyer's Twilight Series is Alice which makes me love it even more.
-- livieluvbug  12/5/2007
In Italy this name is used and it is pronounced ah-lee'-cheyh. [noted -ed]
-- meowelers  12/5/2007
A famous bearer is singer Alice Konečná from the band "Le Monde".
-- Karcoolka  1/23/2008
I know a variant of Alice that you don't have on your site:
Alyss
You do have Alys, but Alyss is also a variant.
-- Setari  2/4/2008
I have two name books at home and one of them says that Alice is Old German and it means noble and the other one says that Alice is Greek and means truth.
-- Anonymous User  3/2/2008
Totally vomitable, and only suitable for pet cockroaches or gold-diggers on soap operas! BLEUGH! YUCK! VOMIT!
-- chrissiali  3/2/2008
I love this name. It's so extremely pretty and feminine. Much better than Alicia. (But, as a huge fan of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, I might be biased.)
-- black_lace  3/3/2008
It's funny, people keep saying it reminds them of Alice in Alice In Wonderland, but to me I think of a small, thin girl, extremely pale and black short hair, and maybe in her late teens. Pixie or fairy like I guess. I've always thought of it that way. No, I didn't get that from the Book Twilight either. I've always imagined it like this. I like my view better than a blonde haired, blue eyed little girl. :)
-- wolvenkind  3/5/2008
Dr. Alice Wilder is a famous bearer. She is an educational phsychologist and is included in the new book: In Their Shoes, written by Deborah Reber.
-- Patricia Underwood  3/7/2008
This name was borne by the character Alice Hyatt. First introduced in the 1974 film "Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore", where she was portrayed by Ellen Burstyn, who won both an Academy and BAFTA Award for the role. In 1976 the character became the central focus of an American sitcom, called simply "Alice". There, the character was portrayed by Linda Lavin. During the 9 years the series aired, the actress received 2 Golden Globe Awards and received an Emmy Award nomination.
-- AndrewJKD  3/19/2008
Alice makes me think of
(1)a really old lady baking cookies
(2)Alice in Wonderland
(3)A girl who is mentally unstable
(4)Alice Cullen.
-- Akito  3/19/2008
A notable bearer is American novelist and feminist Alice Walker, who wrote `The Color Purple`.
-- Kezza  4/18/2008
Cool simple name.
-- cheeseface  5/12/2008
Famous bearers:
Actress Alice Bendová-Veselá
Fashion Designer Alice Abraham
Actress Alice Braga
Singer/songwriter Alice Bauer
Actress Alice Chrtková
Actress Alice Greczyn
Actress Alice Henley
Songwriter Alice Hálová
Model Alice Hlaváčková
Singer Alice Konečná
Director Alice Kučerová
Alice Garrigue-Masaryková
Director Alice Nellis
Painter Alice Nikitin
Photographer Alice Prokop
Singer/songwriter Alice Russell
Model Alice Rádrová
Singer Alice Springs
Actress Alice Taglioni
Author/Feminist Alice Walker
-- MaggieSimpson  5/25/2008
One of the world's first set of sextuplets are born in Chicago, Illinois. (There were reported but unverified earlier births of sextuplets being born in U.S. on December 30, 1831, in Italy in 1844 and in Maine in 1847) The Bushnell family delivers six babies, three boys, Alberto, Laberto and Norberto, and three girls, Alice Elizabeth, Alincia, and Lucy. Laberto and Lucy die at birth but we believe the other four babies survived the birth. Alinica reportedly survives to age 85, dying on March 27, 1952 in Warsaw, New York. We've also seen a Guinness Book reference that claimed all six sextuplets survived at least two months.
-- Patricia Underwood  5/28/2008
It's such a nice little name, but that makes you wonder if it'll haunt your kid. They'll forever be tagged by that sweet-like-gumdrops feel.
-- wishenough  7/19/2008
My name is Alice. I always loved me name, it was different for girls my age at the time (born in 1958), of course, I have had to hear "Go Ask Alice", "Alice Blue Gown", ... In Wonderland ... In DAIRYland (born in WI!) ... doesn't live here anymore, and ON and ON! :)
For my 50th birthday this summer a local DJ, known for a "Connect The Classics" contest used my name as the answer playing "Alice" songs. That was cool. Alice In Chains, White Rabbit and Cooper.
Nicknames! My long-standing one for over 30 years has been "Malice". In High school it was "AL". (?) In grade school, from the dork boys it was All-ASS. Not too nice. Oh well. It's not too common, and old ladies have that name. Oh wait! I AM one now! :)
Overall, I am very happy with it. I am a dog walker by trade and my initials are AKC. Perfect.
-- Malice  7/29/2008
I love this name. It's very nice. However, I always seem to use it humorously.
-- bananarama  8/1/2008
My middle name is Alice. A couple of friends make fun of me because it's so old-fashioned sounding coupled with my first name (Margaret), but I kind of like it. It's after my great-grandma Al (short for Alice obviously), and it does work nicely with Margaret even though everyone calls me Maggie. Margaret Alice sounds much better than Maggie Alice.
-- MaggAims2Live  8/11/2008
I love this name, but I see it as being on either a very sweet or very gothic girl. I don't see my future daughter as being enough of either, but somewhere in between. I think I will persuade my friend to use this name one day though. She'd like the classic and gothic thing.
-- Anonymous User  8/15/2008
Since they didn't know how to pronounce English names in Norway "back in the old days", people tended to treat them as if they were Norwegian. Thus my grandmother's aunt was named Alice, pronounced like [al-EE-së]. Sounds like a completely different name, but not bad at all!
-- Anonymous User  10/1/2008
Alice Glass from electronic group Crystal Castles.
-- Anonymous User  11/1/2008
Alice stands for
Attractive
Lovely
Irresistable
Colorful
Extraordinary

Beautiful name!
-- Dragon_Clarinet  11/10/2008
One of my favorite names of all time. If I had a daughter I'd give her this name. If only the general association wasn't always Alice In Wonderland. There are many other things to name an Alice after. (On the contrary, however, Alice in Wonderland is one of my favorite books.)
-- ICEyun  12/4/2008
Alice in Wonderland is a famous bearer of the name.
-- Miss_Gorgeous  12/12/2008
In Italy Alice has become fashionable lately. It ranks 10th of the most popular names in Italy in 2004 and 11th in 2006.
-- presentperfect  12/20/2008
I've always really liked this name. It makes me think of:
1. A little girl with blond hair
2. Alice Cullen, Edward's "sister" in the Twilight books
3. Alice Wilder, Almanzo's sister in the Little House books
4. Alice Deere, Angela and Denton Deere's daughter in The Westing game.
-- thecookiemonster  2/5/2009
With Alyssa so popular, I'm surprised Alice hasn't been used more lately. I think I do prefer Alyssa, since you can get the nickname Lyssie, but Alice has a nice soft sound, that reminds me of a Victorian-era British girl.
-- bunnyfunny  2/9/2009
I love Alice! It's such a cute name! And it suits all ages. It makes me think of Alice Cullen from Twilight, which is good because she's like my fave character. Overall I give it an eight out of ten. If I have a girl there's definitely a possibility I'll call her Alice.
-- aoni  2/28/2009
I think Alice is a lovely name. I think it's really underrated, and looks good on a woman aged 90 and a girl aged 2, in other words, it fits any age. Great name. :)
-- walesgal92  5/9/2009
I'm scared for the future of this name. It's been my favorite name since I was a little girl. I even named my BOY cat Alice when I was 3 :) I just really don't want it to become wildly popular because of Twilight. I love the books, but I won't want to name my daughter this someday if every other girl is named that.
-- UnicornMacMac  5/25/2009
I LOVE THIS NAME! It is very beautiful and very old-fashioned. However - thanks to the Twilight books - this name may become very popular very soon. But whatever happens to this name, its beauty will always remain! (:
-- Anonymous User  5/25/2009
My name is Alice, and I've always been quite neutral towards it. I think it's a classical name, and it can be pretty or dark thanks to certain famous bearers. However, I've actually started to hate being called Alice since the Twilight books (I don't like Twilight at all), and so many of my friends keep telling me how 'lucky' I am to share Alice Cullen's name. I don't think so. I much preferred the 'White Rabbit' and Alice Cooper references I used to get pre-Twilight. Overall though, I guess it's on ok name.
-- Alice Obscene  6/18/2009
Alice is one of the few names that I think are completely perfect, in every way. Gorgeous, timeless, works on any type of person, and plenty of nicknames.
-- pennycarroll  7/14/2009
I love this name. It's very simple but classy. It sounds so sweet and innocent. Very old timey too. I don't think I've ever even met an Alice.
-- aprilpointblank  7/19/2009
I love this name! so sweet, delicate and yet strong. There's a character in the Rangers Apprentice series who spells it Alyss (lovely spelling) and my middle name is also the Latin variant: Alicia.
-- Anonymous User  7/23/2009
Writing a book? Steer clear of Alice and its variants for any character, especially if they happen to be the 'strange' character.
-- safetypins  8/9/2009
Alice Paul was an American suffragist and women's rights activist during the early 20th century.
-- scholasticastewart  8/27/2009
Like the name Jane, this name seems to have a dark side. Not a bad thing, IMHO.
-- 910  9/21/2009
I'm sorry, but I dislike this name. Mostly because it's mine. I've had to deal with the many associations with this name. Some of my teachers call me Alice in Wonderland. I appreciate that it's a nice name with a good meaning, but I would personally prefer a name without such an immediate impression.
-- Anonymous User  9/27/2009
Also a Czech name, though not so widely used. The pronunciation is "ah-lee-tse". "Alice In Wonderland" is not an issue where I live, because the translator changed heroine's name to "Alenka". :) But even for English speaking bearer I like Alice much better than e.g. boring Alison. All the references never bothered me, since they are mostly good ones (Alice Cooper, Alice In Chains).
-- that one  11/11/2009
In early 20th century, Alice was pronounced a-LEE-se in Sweden. My grandmother, born in 1917, is Lilly Alice.
-- nilamalin  11/16/2009
Alice is is a very popular name in different medias, but not as much in real life- though it's on its way to. I don't mind- it fits little girls and older women alike, and reminds me of surrealism stories and the shade of blue.
-- lucyskydiamonds  2/9/2010
There is something very intelligent about this name: I don't see this as a sickly sweet little-girl name at all - it seems sharp and cool to me. I imagine Alice as someone not to be messed with. Perfect for all ages.
-- SandSea  2/23/2010
Jane Campion, the film director, has a 14 year old daughter named Alice. Alice was part of the inspiration for Fanny Brawne's character in the movie "Bright Star", starring Abbie Cornish as Fanny.
-- SandSea  2/25/2010
I quite like the name Alice. It's such a shame how unpopular it's become. In this fifteen-year-old's opinion, it's a very timeless and classy name. It can sound either cute or mature, and as a result is a name that can stick no matter your age without seeming pretentious or annoying.
-- Mothetree  4/21/2010
A sweet name for a little girl and a mature name for a grown woman. This name has always been a favorite due to Alice in Wonderland.
-- Black_X  5/5/2010
Alice was the name of the housekeeper on the Brady Bunch.
-- dani_08  5/24/2010
Not a really famous bearer, but on the sitcom Frasier, one of the characters, Roz Doyle, names her daughter Alice.
-- dlilly  6/22/2010
My name is Alice, and I couldn't be happier with it. It has its drawbacks, of course. People tend to call me Alex or Allison, and of course there's the inevitable "Alice in Wonderland" association, but I've learned to use it to get people to remember my name, rather than just get annoyed about it. "Um. I forgot your name." "Alice. Like Wonderland." There are worse things to be associated with. It's also uncommon without being unpronounceable/impossible to remember.
-- Alices_Adventures  7/23/2010
Though not really famous per se, Alice is the name of the default fictional female character frequently mentioned on the TV Tropes Wiki.
-- CrystalGlacia  8/28/2010
Alice Margatroid is a character of the Touhou Project.
-- Dianaisme12  8/29/2010
I dunno. It's sweet and simple, but also kind of plain. Like really.:| I like the French pronunciation.
-- Chrila96  9/5/2010
Hehe someone spelled my sister's name ALIS. Silly! It's ALICE! I like the Spanish version, Alicia.
-- pupcake9798  9/15/2010
Simple and pretty, though overused in literature.
-- DaphneSusan  10/14/2010
Alice is a cute name, I suppose. I prefer Adelaide though.
-- Chrila96  10/21/2010
The English pronunciation is so boring, but I think the French and Italian pronunciations sound WONDERFUL.
-- Chrila96  10/29/2010
There are quite a few Vocaloid songs that involve Alice/Alice in Wonderland including "Alice" (Miku Hatsune), "Alice Human Sacrifice (Hitobashira Arisu)" (MEIKO, KAITO, Miku Hatsune, Rin and Len Kagamine), and "Goodbye to Alice (Arisu Ni Sayonara)" (GUMI).
-- egyptianpanda  11/2/2010
Alice is one of my favorite girl names. It's so beautiful and sweet. It's a lovely name.
-- Tawnee  12/11/2010
I'm surprised no one has mentioned this yet but the main character in the Resident Evil movies is named Alice (played by Milla Jovovich).
-- Anonymous User  1/22/2011
Alice is the name of the main characters in two of the best books I've read in a long time. Still Alice by Lisa Genova and Alice I Have Been by Melanie Banjamin (historical fiction based off Alice Liddell, the real life muse of Lewis Carroll). I am simply in love with the name. It's so classy and sophisticated, while fun and spirited. I plan on using it as a first or middle for a future daughter; it's also my Great Grandmother's name.
-- phanny3282  3/9/2011
Alice is the name of a girl in the anime Pandora Hearts, which has many "Alice in Wonderland" references.
-- newdreamsstudio  5/6/2011
Probably my favourite girl name. Beautiful.
-- ooolive  5/9/2011
I really like this name. Unlike "Ichabod", it's a name with a good literary association. Plus, it sounds pretty and creative. I can imagine little Alice growing up to be an artist.
-- MonsterGrapefruit  5/15/2011
I'm an aspiring novelist, and with this name, I think I'd only ever apply to it a villainous character.
Alice is an incredibly sweet and gentle name, so I could only apply that to someone who is the exact opposite; someone devious, coarse, evil, even. And it rather oddly suits a villain, like that.
-- xsai  5/17/2011
My first thought when I see or hear the name Alice is not Alice in Wonderland. I immediately think of Alyss from John Flanagan's Ranger's Apprentice series. Alyss is one of my favorite characters. I also love Alice Cullen from the Twilight books.
-- missreader  6/9/2011
I love this name! It's classic and cute and also will do well for any age! Cute on a little girl. I would use it. I don't mind that it's a popular name because it's just so cute and adorable!
-- adrenalinekat  6/15/2011
I don't know why, but this name makes me think of a girl who is sweet and mousy looking.
-- Hushpuppy  7/2/2011
Alice seems like an old lady name or a little girl's name - can't imagine it on anyone in between really. It's an ok name I guess but Alicia is better.
-- amazingtabby  7/10/2011
Alice Aycock (born November 20, 1946) is an American sculptor.
-- Anonymous User  8/31/2011
Alice Zenobia Richmond is the daughter of American actress/comedian Tina Fey.
-- Anonymous User  12/13/2011
One of my closest friends' name is Alice. We call her Allie. I think this name is so brilliant. It is a very sweet and charming name. Very classic.

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This is the kind of name that won't take over the girl. The girl will make the name. The name will not make the girl. This name can be to an athletic girl, academic girl, or even a cheerleader girl. This name has many possibilities.
-- AwAriDoll  2/17/2012
Simple, but pretty girls name. I associate it with Alice in Wonderland.
-- Amanda_M87  2/24/2012
Alice Sebold (born September 6, 1963 in Madison, Wisconsin) is an American writer. She is best known for her novels "The Lovely Bones" and "Lucky".
-- Anonymous User  3/28/2012
Alice is the name of the male protagonist in the Japanese manga "Are you Alice?"
-- Rin_0911  4/8/2012
I think this is a nice, classic name. However, I can't help but think of lice when I look at the name. Also, the Italian pronunciation (ah-lee-che) reminds me of leeches.
-- flamingrubyred  4/12/2012
This name is so striking... Seriously, you cannot get more gorgeous than this!
-- Anonymous User  5/20/2012
This is a wonderful classic. Short, simple and sweet. I love the association with Alice in Wonderland, Alice Walker, Alice Sebold and Alice Cooper. This name is so lovely. If it weren't so popular, I would give this as a first name. Now, I will use it in the middle spot.
-- Anonymous User  6/3/2012
Alice Bunker Stockham was an American suffragist.
-- Anonymous User  6/8/2012
Alice (1843-1878) was the second daughter of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. She later became the mother of Alix (better known as Alexandra, last Czarina of Russia).
-- CarolinW  6/9/2012
My name's Alice and I love it. There are so so many spellings, which frustrate me, and pronunciations which I adore. I often get called Alison or Alex, but my favourite nickname is Al, named after my favourite fictional character, Alphonse Elric from Fullmetal Alchemist.

But the one thing thing that really really gets up my nose is when people think that just because I'm called Alice, I'm going to be all kind and innocent. I think I get into fights purely so people don't assume that I'm all sweet. The bright red hair doesn't help either.
-- Anonymous User  6/24/2012
Alice Greczyn (b. 1986 in Walnut Creek, California) is an American model and actress.
-- Anonymous User  7/19/2012
Alice is my name. I used to hate it because in school at recess I would be skipping around in a blue dress to my shins and a little bow in my hair with mary janes and people would be laughing "Here's Alice, Our very best friend, skipping in wonderland!" Soon I got used to it and started loving my name. I can't believe I still do in middle school. I'm going to name my daughter after my name. I'm going to name her Alicia.
-- melody2000  12/6/2012
Actress Alice Joyce (1890-1955).
-- moonbaby9307  12/29/2012
The house keeper on the tv show "The Brady Bunch" was named Alice!
-- arnishelly  1/18/2013
On the childrens tv shows, "The Koala Brothers" and "Angelina Ballerina," one of the characters from each show is named Alice! My 2 year-old daughter pats her chest and says "that me name " whenever she hears the name 'Alice ' mentioned on tv. Let's not forget the childrens song " Alice the Camel " has 10 humps, go Alice, Go! It's a fun counting song with a dance that's easy to do.
-- arnishelly  1/18/2013
I am an aspiring author and my character "Alice" is a spirited, brown eyed and haired girl who is an obvious tomboy and often embarrasses her friend with her antics [this is back when ladies were... Well, ladies!] So that Wonderland stereotype doesn't apply to me! I love the name for a strong willed spunky girl.
-- anoldfashionedgirl  3/12/2013
Arlo Guthrie has a 10 minute long acoustic guitar song which he tells a very humorous story over entitled "Alice's Restaurant." When I hear Alice I think not "Alice in Wonderland" but rather... "You can get anything you want at Alice's Restaurant..."
-- Anonymous User  3/12/2013
"Still Alice" is the title of a novel by Lisa Genova.
-- Anonymous User  3/16/2013
'Putting Alice Back Together' is the title of a book by Carol Marinelli.
-- Anonymous User  4/12/2013
Alice is my favourite name for a girl I am not planning on having children any time soon but if and when I do, I will want to call her Alice if it is a girl. I just love everything about this name: the sound, the spelling and the meaning, which is noble. It is hard to think of middle names though. Alice itself is a great middle name as well as a perfect first name because it flows really well but finding a middle name for Alice is hard. So far I like Alice Marina, Alice Juliette, Alice Lily or Alice Rose.
-- Anonymous User  6/25/2013
My 3 year old is named Alice. Here in the US it's not a very common name for little girls, or anyone besides older women, for that matter. Obviously, its been receiving a popularity boost since about 2009, but I've loved the name since I was little. It's so beautiful and old fashioned. Personally, I think it's silly how parents these days are trying so hard to give their children 'unique' names and end up making something up while names like this that have been around for ages go unnoticed. I cannot picture an Alice who isn't bright, energetic, and smiling all the time, like my little girl :-) I'm very glad that its making a comeback, I have a feeling it will be in the top 100 in a few years. It really is a perfect name, and an excellent choice for a little girl!
-- evelyn a.  8/14/2013
This name is sweet, but boring. On the TV show, Mel's Diner, the main character, Alice, is plain and mousy so this name reminds me of someone PLAIN, MOUSY and BORING. Don't like how this name sounds either. The beginning, "Al", has a nice upward sound but then the end of the name falls flat and dull with a lispy/hiss sound, "LICE".
Also, Looks like and reminds me of "A lice!" Gross!
-- Anonymous User  1/4/2014
I absolutely adore this name. Sounds very classic, elegant and beautiful. (:
-- LoveHeartKawaii  3/15/2014
A slang term for LSD. A goth chick!
-- Anonymous User  3/19/2014
Awful name. It's an old lady name!
-- Anonymous User  4/13/2014
Alice is also getting really trendy in France. I like the name, though.
-- Acajou  4/27/2014
Alice Nelson was the name of the comical middle-aged housekeeper on The Brady Bunch. She was portrayed by the late Ann B. Davis.
-- Anonymous User  6/15/2014
It's my name. I have always liked it. My mom was Mary Alice, I am Alice Marie. I think is is simple, elegant, noble, common, strange, mysterious, strong, dainty, and all around AWESOME. I NEVER did not like or appreciate my name... though I used to go around telling people my REAL name was Wilhemina Philomena Laura Potts... I thought Alice was to EASY for me... LOL.
-- Anonymous User  10/8/2014

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