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I like this modern form of Olivia compaired to others I've seen. Alivia is pretty!
-- classy  9/23/2006
This name is okay, but I like Olivia much, much more.
-- dreadfulxsorry  1/24/2007
Olivia is better.
-- Jasmine  3/10/2007
This is such a cute spelling!
-- elysa  3/14/2007
It just looks as if Mom can't spell.
-- Anonymous User  10/22/2007
Prefer Alivia to Olivia, but I wouldn't use it due to the fact that is a variant and she would always have her name spelled as Olivia.
-- scholasticastewart  3/7/2008
Not only is it a disgusting misspelling, but it sounds like a disease. "Doctor, I have a severe case of Alivia!"
-- bananarama  8/30/2008
Looks like some horrid typo - just name her Olivia!
-- Anonymous User  10/26/2008
It looks pretty, but it sounds too much like Olivia. People might think her name really is Olivia, but she spells it Alivia to be different.

I think it'd be alright for a fictional character in, say, a novel, though.
-- snuffpot  1/11/2009
To me it sounds like some an insect name, and the name Olivia isn't that great anyway.
-- Kerules  4/2/2009
I really dislike this ugly alternative spelling of the lovely Olivia name. All I think of when I see it is the word ALIVE which makes me think of Igor in Frankenstein's Monster screaming "IT'S ALIVE!" With Olivia so popular these days, someone named Alivia is in for a lifetime of unnecessary hassle and confusion too.

Parents, just say no to weird spellings! You're not doing your child a favor misspelling a popular name. Want your child to stand out? Choose a name that is actually different.
-- Anonymous User  4/3/2011
Oh another less than flattering association the spelling Alivia brings to mine is the movie "Alive" where a plane crashes in the mountains and the survivors are forced to eat the people who died to stay alive.
-- Anonymous User  4/3/2011
I dislike Alivia. The spelling looks childish and it doesn't sound right.
-- Almonds  11/9/2013
A fairly important character in Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time series has this name. She is first named in "Winter's Heart".
-- admiral.naismith  1/11/2014
My name is Alivia. My mother is not stupid, she wanted me to be unique. I AM NOT A DISEASE. It's pronounced as a soft a.
-- Anonymous User  7/3/2014
Terrible spelling of an already over saturated name. Vowels don't just go into names willy-nilly or to look pretty. When you're shouting a popular name in the schoolyard, five kids will still turn around, no matter how you spell the name.
-- Anyechka  6/2/2015
This is my name and I find it to be unique. Those of you who have insulting things to say have no originality. This name may be a different way to say Olivia but that's the point. It is different. Stop being ignorant.
-- Alivia_  7/10/2015
I like it but it makes me want to say it like Ah-lee-eve-ah. It's cute though.
-- Anonymous User  8/1/2015
I knew a girl in high school named Alivia, I always thought her name was Olivia until someonw called her Ali. The name can also be pronounce ah-LEE-vee-ah.
-- Aili_Helen  10/27/2015

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