Aloisia meaning and origin
Aloisia means Very, Most or Way is originated from Old High German and Old French and is bestowed upon girls is principally used in Swedish, Finnish, Danish and German. Aloisia is feminine of Aloisius. Aloisius is version of sacred, enduring and dominant Aloysius. Particulary used in German, Aloisius has origin in Old French, meaning of Aloisius is "Most and Very".
Variants of AloisiaNames that rhyme with Aloisia
Popularity of Aloisia
Aloisia is a rare baby name in France where it may not be used now. But Aloisia is a popular baby name in Austria where every 1 in 600 have the name. At least, 20000 people around the globe have been given the name as per our findings.
Aloisia in Nordic countries
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Numerological analysis of Aloisia
You are sometimes manipulative and hated for it. You think a lot and it makes you sick sometimes. It takes a long time for someone to gain a special place in your heart. If letter A is your capstone, then you are probably a man of your word. You are the most self-motivated person you know. You have to stay as you are – determined and self-confident to realize your goals. You have a sharp focus and highly developed sense of intuition.
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Namesakes of Aloisia
- Aloisia Kirschner,