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Beautiful! I also love the nickname Ali.
Summer2020  1/17/2021
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Despise! This is such a dumb spelling of a perfectly good name. If it ain't broke why fix it?
noisynora  12/8/2020
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Love, gorgeous name! The poster below (“noisynora”) wrote the same mean thing on almost every name we’ve looked up.
― Anonymous User  12/13/2020
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Alivia nickname Ali or Liv.. Love!
― Anonymous User  12/8/2020
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First off I’d like to begin with the name is pronounced uh-liv-e-uh not a-leev-ia. Now I may not be able to get those tacky keychains or name necklaces but I still love my name, and all the meaning behind it. I’ve actually never met another person with the name Alivia. If you’re worried your child will be bullied with such a name, you’re completely wrong. I’m currently a sophomore and the only bullying I’ve ever encountered on my name were comments on baby name sites- My mom didn’t pick my name to be trendy or edgy! Or because she was an illiterate crackhead! She was having trouble deciding against Ava and Alena and decided to combine them! Also there’s about 5,000 Olivias at my school so I might as well stand out! Here’s some of the nicknames I encountered with my name: Ali, Via, A, Livi, etc.
Alivia Walder  12/2/2020
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I honestly like the name (Spelling) Alivia more than Olivia. There are way too many Olivias out there and that's why I like Alivia better.
Janessa2542  11/17/2020
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I love Alivia with an A. It’s more feminine sounding. Cute nicknames also such as Liv, Livi, or Livia❤️.
― Anonymous User  10/14/2020
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So long as you pronounce it differently, it seems nice. If it's pronounced the same as Olivia though, just use the name Olivia.
YouAreOneAnt  8/27/2020
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I like the A and the nickname Ali, but this name would get misspelled as Olivia 24/7. So I kind of recommend against it.
― Anonymous User  6/30/2020
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I have had Alivia on my mind for 11 years now as what I will name my daughter. I have had so many names in mind for when I have a little girl but none have stuck with me as well as Alivia has. I like it better than Olivia because...well Olive, Ollie, Oliver, etc etc. I just think Alivia is more feminine. Not to mention my sister has a dog now named Olivia so...there's that. It would be pronounced as (UH Live ee uh) instead of (OH live ee uh)
HayParker  1/10/2020
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Makes it look like the parents can't spell.
someone-  11/20/2019
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My name is Alivia, and my mom can spell. My mom was being unique and does not have to name me Olivia. She’s not dumb or stupid. Also, my name is not pronounced A-leeve-ee-ah! It’s pronounced a-live-ee-ah. And lastly, it does not sound like an insect name or a disease. My name is unique and isn’t spelled wrong. It’s not childish either. I like my name and no one gets it wrong that I know. It’s really not that bad to be telling people “It’s Alivia, not Olivia!”. My name is fine and so is everyone else’s. No need to be rude to people because of their freaking name.
AliviaIsAwesomeName  3/29/2019
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I’m naming the protagonist of my story this. Her twin sister is named McKenzie. I think those names go well together.
― Anonymous User  2/27/2019
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I chose to name my daughter Alivia... it is unique to her character... and just all around unique... I haven't had any issues with her name being misspelled... and as far as her name being mispronounced... that was easily rectified once people saw it on paper.
MommytoAlivia  1/15/2018
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Name will be misspelled all the time.
Luvbug86  8/13/2017
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Alivia is a beautiful name and people will always have negative opinions. It's too popular, it's not spelled right, it's trashy etc. It's always something. It's what you think of the name, that's what matters.
― Anonymous User  2/26/2016
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I never really cared for the name Olivia- it made me think of olives. When I saw it spelt this way I liked it and the A makes it sound much softer.
Maryrey  2/24/2016
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My name is Alivia. People do tend to spell it wrong and mispronounce it when they first see it, but I also receive a lot of compliments on it. It's also becoming more popular as I have met other people with this name, specifically those who are younger than me. There are now 3 just in my school district including me. My parents are not stupid or incapable of spelling. It also gives you the option to go by Ali, Liv, Livi, or another nickname. It also prevents people making cruel Oliver or Oli jokes, which is the main reason my parents chose the name; they thought my grandparents would refer to me as Oli. At the end of the day I really like my name, and as long as having things customized when you want your name on something isn't a problem, it's a beautiful name (:
Livi9ben  12/3/2015
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I knew a girl in high school named Alivia, I always thought her name was Olivia until someone called her Ali. The name can also be pronounce ah-LEE-vee-ah.
Aili_Helen  10/27/2015
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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I dislike Alivia. The spelling looks childish and it doesn't sound right.
Almonds  11/9/2013
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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
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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
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To me it sounds like some an insect name, and the name Olivia isn't that great anyway.
Kerules  4/2/2009
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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
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Looks like some horrid typo - just name her Olivia!
― Anonymous User  10/26/2008
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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
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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
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It just looks as if Mom can't spell.
― Anonymous User  10/22/2007
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This is such a cute spelling!
elysa  3/14/2007
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Olivia is better.
Jasmine  3/10/2007
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This name is okay, but I like Olivia much, much more.
― Anonymous User  1/24/2007
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I like this modern form of Olivia compaired to others I've seen. Alivia is pretty!
classy  9/23/2006

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