Old High German
How to pronounce Alicia
a-lícia What does my name mean?
Meaning of Alícia: Of A Noble Kind
Alicia was ranked 878 in 2005 list of US boys name and dropped by 3.29% from its previous ranking of 850 in 2004. Alicia was ranked 342 in 2015 list of US girls name and dropped by 6.88% from its previous ranking of 320 in 2014. Adelaide has the Germanic "Adal and Hild" Means: "noble" and "combat" If Day 16 December.. Intelligent, hyper-sensitive, their strong emotions can affect their balance Soft, subtle,Aliciaare also stubborn and full of common sense. Tolerant, generous,Aliciastrive to do good around them. Pedagogues,Aliciaare attentive educators. Warm, cheerful nature,Aliciapossess a profound sense of friendship and loyalty.
Full form of Alicia : Articulate Lonely Insightful Convincing Individualistic Adventuresome
Alicia is a very very popular first name for a girl in England & Wales which is popular since 1996 and ranked 173 in 2014. Around 11405 people wear Alicia as their first name. Alicia is a very consistent name over the past 18 years.
Alicia is a very very popular first name for a girl in United States which is popular since 1927 and ranked 342 (0.022741% bearer) in 2015 in US. Around 223764 people wear Alicia as their first name. Alicia is a rare first name for a boy in United States which is a rare name since 1881 and ranked 342 (0.022741% bearer) in 2015 in US. Only 223764 people have Alicia as their first name. Alicia is not a native United States and Alicia may be came from another language or is a short form of some other name. 0.062594% of people in US have this given name.
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Expression number of Alicia is 8.
Alicia has the potential to attain power and authority in their life. Alicia are skilled and efficient who enjoys rivalries and Alicia does not back away from working hard to achieve what they have resolved in their mind
Names that rhyme with Alicia
Aalicia, Adalicia, Adelicia, Aelicia, Africia, Aicia, Aleicia, Alexicia, Alicia, Allicia, Alyicia, Amicia, Amphelicia, Anaalicia, Analicia, Anapatricia, Aneicia, Angelicia, Anicia, AnjeliciaFamous people named Alicia
Alicia de Larrocha de la Calle, Spanish pianist and composer. She was considered one of the great piano legends of the 20th century
Alicia Vignoli, Argentine actress
Alicia Steele in American Family Values II as Actress
Alicia Jones in Killer Bash as Actress
Alicia Michelle Sassano in Bring It On as Actress
Alicia St. Louis in Emma as Actress
Alicia del Lago in El Norte as Actress
Alicia Gordillo in The Neighborhood Ball: An Inauguration Celebration as
Alicia Jeffery in The Boys from Syracuse as Actress
Alicia Emmrich in Get Smart as Miscellaneous Crew
Alicia Dadoun in Hafida as Actress
Alicia Stevenson in Double Impact as Actress
Alicia Silverstone, actress,producer
Alicia Witt, actress
Alicia Rivera Frankl, producer,production manager
Alicia Accardo, producer
Alicia Adams, actress
Alicia Adams, actress
Alicia Adams, actress Names like Alicia Alicia Namesakes Related Names: Arabic: Aliemah, Aliyeh,
English: Lyssa, Adelaide,
Indian: Alishaye, Alitsha,
German: Alyssa (Sweet Angel, Noble Sort, Of A Noble Kind), Alisha, Alisa, Adelheid, Alicie (A deriative of Alice, Nobility), Alisann (Variation of Alice, Nobility), Alisenne, Alisin, Alision, Alisonn, Alisz (Nobility, Another form of Alice),
Other: Aliciah, Aliciamarie, Alician (Son of All), Aliciana , Alicianna, Aliciya, AliutePosts having Alicia: Comments :Alicia is a female first name. It comes from the ancient Greek Αλήθεια (aletheia), which means "truth". The name became popular with Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, by Lewis Carroll.
Versions in other languages are Spanish: Alicia, Alison, Aliza, German: Alix, Alice, Aragonese: Alizia, Asturian: Licia, Catalan: Alicia, Czech: Alice, Alenka, Danish: Alice, Slovak: Alica, Esperanto: Alico, Euskera: Alike.
People named Alicia: Alicia Banit (* 1990)- Australian actress, dancer and model, Alicia Christian Foster (born 1962)- American actress ( Jodie Foster ), Alicia Keys (born 1981)- American soul singer, Alicia Markova (1910-2004)- English prima ballerina, Alicia Molik (* 1981)- Australian tennis player.
- Yuette Brownson Popularity of Alicia