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Also could be from the ancient Greek word "allix", means coat.
-- Damis  3/3/2005
One of Eleanor of Aquitaine's daughters was Alix. Queen Victoria's dear daughter, Alice, married a German and changed her name to Alix. Her dear daughter, Alix, changed her name to Alexandra when she married Tsar Nicholas II. It's a name with a lot of history behind it.
-- mariej2  6/24/2005
My name is Alix, pronounced a-LEEKS (my parents chose it as a nickname for Alexandra that would work in French or English, our 2 family languages), which I think sounds much prettier than AL-iks. I have met 2 other American Alixes who pronounce their name a-LEEKS, and maybe 10 who say it AL-iks.
-- ahlfb  12/10/2005
As a feminine name, it is a variant of Alice (as Beatrix is to Beatrice).
-- shannernanner  3/23/2006
This is a very cool name, innovative and unique. I think I like it better as a masculine name, but it is nice as a feminine name too!
-- nelirosala  6/25/2006
Hey this name is close to mine, so I think it's AWESOME. My name is Allix by the way. It was found in the world's greatest baby book. All I know about the name "Alix" is that some Russian empress, or something, had the full name Alexandra and went by Alix for short.
-- Anonymous User  7/21/2006
Alix is a German variant of 'Alice'. Named for her mother Princess Alice, Alix of Hesse, grandaughter of Queen Victoria of England, was the wife of Czar Nicholas II of Russia, who was murdered, along with her husband and five children, in 1918.
-- Pheadirean  11/2/2006
The second of Eleanor of Aquitaine (later Queen of England)'s daughters with Louis VII was named Alix.
-- diluna25  2/14/2007
Popular in Norman times, the name was then pronounced more closely to modern "Alice" and was an early variant of that name.
-- diluna25  2/14/2007
To me, it has more appeal as a girls name. Short but very pretty. My name is Fleur but I was almost named Alix. I think my name's fine but I like Alix better.
-- Lilia Nigra  3/10/2008
My daughter's name is Alice and we call her Alix (pronounced a-LEEKS).
-- anya_kiki  5/3/2008
Alix is also an old French form of Alice.

For instance: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alys%2C_Countess_of_the_Vexin
"[Alys] is also known as Alaïs, Adélaïde, Adèle, Alais, or Alix." [noted -ed]
-- blaaarg  5/29/2008
What an interesting name! What an interesting person this child might grow up to be. But Alix is a tough name to live up to. It might be better to name them something more neutral, like Alixandra, and let them grow into an Alix.
-- wishenough  7/19/2008
My friend didn't want to go by her name Alexandra, but didn't want to spell it plainly like A-L-E-X so she decided to go by Alix, but say it as "Alex".
-- VampiHime  8/17/2008
Agatha Christie mentioned a lady named Alix in "The Dead Harlequin". I personally prefer this name above the usual Alice because of the unique touch the "x" gave.
-- La Reina  10/13/2008
Alix is a lovely name, and not too common today.
-- vomiting  8/20/2009
Alexandra Feodorovna Romanova, last Tsaritsa of Russia and wife of Nicholas II, the last Emperor of the Russian Empire, was referred to as 'Alix' by her family.
-- Anonymous User  2/11/2010
It is pronounced ah-LEEKZ. It is a beautiful variant of Alice. But it looks nicer spelled Alixe.
-- Aalis Lisette Marion  11/24/2010
Maria Alix (1898-1898) was the oldest daughter of King Frederick Augustus III of Saxony and his wife Luise. She was stillborn. Her younger sister (1901-1990) was named after her.
-- CarolinW  6/20/2012

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