Aalicia meaning and origin
Recent and Unorthodox Aalicia is originated from Germanic and Old High German is given to girls. Aalicia is a spelling variant of Alicia. Alicia is Irish, English and Spanish equivalent of Alice. Meaning of Alicia is German Origin and Means Noble and Noble has its origin in Old High German and Germanic.
Variants of AaliciaNames that rhyme with Aalicia
Popularity of Aalicia
Aalicia is a rare baby name in United States there is very thin chances of it still being given as it was last seen in 2004. At least, 10 people globally have been given the name as per our evaluation.
Numerological analysis of Aalicia
Stress hates your guts. If letter A is your capstone in your name, it reveals your challenging nature and ambitious perspective. You are always excited about new beginnings, challenges, unexpected problems and complex situations that require thinking outside the box and finding a creative solution. Your soul urge number recommends you believe in yourself and your talents more. You need to be in charge of your emotions otherwise, your emotions will control your mind and life in general, you believe.
Other names similar to Aalicia, for name hunters
- Gherardo notably is used in English and Italian is a boy name, meaning of Gherardo is "Brave with a Spear or Spear Hard" came from Old High German and Germanic
- Melisanda means Composition Presumably from Loving or Strong is rooted from German
- Willigis - Origin of Willigis is in Old High German, meaning of Willigis is "Composition, Will or Hostage"
- Cheriline - Cheriline's meaning is Strong or Vigorous is originated from German
- Lycette means Noble or Fight is originated from German
Namesakes of Aalicia
We could not find any notable namesake.