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Also the Gascon and Provençal form of Alice: https://ieo-oc.org/spip.php?page=article&id_article=300 --- Source: Institut d'Estudis Occitans
Frollein Gladys  3/8/2021
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Also a Hungarian variant of Alicia: https://hu.wikipedia.org/wiki/Al%C3%ADcia
Frollein Gladys  10/30/2020
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Catalan Pronunciation: a-LEE-sya

Portuguese Pronunciation: u-LEE-sya.
glacier_bear_82  6/7/2020
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Hi, actual Portuguese person speaking here! Ignore the comment under this one, it's pronounced a-LEE-sya in Portuguese too (don't know if it's the same in Catalan though, you'll have to search that one to make sure :/)
hmlessbe  6/13/2020
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Aki is right, the Portuguese form of Alice is usually just Alice (pronounced u-LEE-si), but Alícia is used in Portuguese-speaking countries, too. I once had a character named Alícia who was from Portugal in one of my stories, but the other characters kept calling her Alice or Alexandra (pronounced u-li-SHUNN-dru). They couldn't get over how similar the three names sound.
glacier_bear_82  5/20/2020
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The Portuguese version of Alice is simply Alice (pronounced [uh-LEESS]). Alícia seems to be a very rare, non traditional version.
Aki  4/22/2007

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