Taken for its sound alone, Alicia is a lovely, feminine name, but parents should be aware that its innumerable phonetic versions have robbed it of some of its character.
What type of name is Alicia?
Alicia is a feminine given name. It is a variant of Alice, which comes from the Germanic name Adalheidis (Adelaide), meaning noble natured (noble of kind). Notable people with the name include: Alicia Albe (born 1977), American rhythmic gymnast.
Is Alisha a unique name?
Alisha and its variant spelling Alysha are cognates of the female given name Alicia, a variant of Alice, which comes from the Old English name Æthelhādas or Æðelhādas, meaning noble natured (noble of kind)....Alisha.OriginSee alsoAlesha, Aleesha, Alicia, Alycia, Alice4 more rows
Where is the name Alicia?
The name Alicia is a girls name of Spanish origin meaning noble. Alicia is a Latinized variation of Alice, a name ultimately derived from the German Adalhaidis. It emerged in the 19th century, but the 20th saw many spelling evolutions for Alicia, including Alecia, Alisha, Aleesha, and Alysha.
How do you pronounce Alicia?
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How do you say Alicia in German?
„Alicia“: nombre propio | femenino.