- Alice (given name)
Infobox Given Name Revised
name = Alice
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, illustrated by John Tenniel, is an inspiration for the popularity of the name Alice.
meaning = Of nobility
origin = Germanic, Old French
related names = Alaïs, Adalheidis, Arisu
Name Day = January 15- Czech name day
Alice is a feminine
given nameused primarily in English and Italian. It is a shortened form of the Old French "Adelais", which is derived from the Germanic name "Adalheidis", from the Germanic word elements "adal", meaning "noble" and "heid", meaning "type". Alaïs is the Old French form of the name; Alys of Vexin was also known as Alaïs.
Alice was the fourth most popular female
baby namein Swedenin 2005and the sixth most popular name in 2007. [ [http://www.scb.se/templates/Product____30895.asp Namnstatistik - Statistik från SCB ] ] The name ranks in the top 100 most popular names for baby girls in Australia, Belgium, France, Ireland, Scotland, Englandand Wales, and Northern Ireland. It ranked as the 346th most popular name for baby girls born in the United Statesin 2007. Alice ranked as the 51st most common name for women in the United Statesin the 1990 census. [ [http://www.behindthename.com/top/search.php?terms=alice Behind the Name] ] In Japan, it is gaining popularity as "Arisu"."Fact|date=December 2007
The name was most popular in the United States in the Victorian Era and at the turn of the 20th century. It has been popularized by
Alice in Wonderland, by Lewis Carroll. It was also popular in the Victorian Eradue to Princess Alice of Great Britain and Ireland, a daughter of Queen Victoria. In the United States, Alice Roosevelt Longworth, daughter of Theodore Roosevelt, was occasionally known as "Princess Alice" in the press and inspired a song called "Alice Blue Gown."
In recent years, the variants "Alicia", "Alyssa" and "Allison" and a short form, "Allie", have been more popular names in the United States. Alyssa was the 14th most popular name for baby girls born in the United States in 2007; Allison was the 46th most popular name for baby girls born in the United States in 2007; Alicia was the 180th most popular name for girls in the United States in 2007 and Allie was the 238th most popular name for girls in the United States in 2007. All four names have multiple spelling variants which are also well-used.
*Ada (English), (German), (Hungarian), (Polish), (Romanian)
*Adela (English), (Polish), Romanian, Spanish
*Adelaide (French), (Portuguese)
*Adelheid (Dutch), (German)
*Adelina (Italian), (Portuguese), Spanish
*Adeline (English), (French)
*Alicia (English), (Spanish)
*Alina (German), (Italian), (Polish), (Romanian)
*Aline (English), (French), (Portuguese)
*Alise English, (Latvian)
*Alison (English), Scottish
*Alix (German), (Old French)
*Alli (English), (Finnish)
*Elke (Dutch), (Frisian)
*Heidi (English), (German)
*Алиса (Russian)toons gf
Alice Bunker Stockham, American suffragist
Alice Gerard, peace activist
Alice Herz, anti-war protestor
Alice MeynellEnglish suffragist and poet
Alice Milligan, Irish nationalist
Alice Paul, American suffragist
Alice Schwarzer, German feminist and publisher
Authors and Poets
Alice Cary, poet
Alice Fulton, poet and author
Alice Hoffman, author of " Practical Magic"
Alice McDermott, author
Alice Duer Miller, author and poet
Alice Munro, Canadian author
Alice Sebold, author of " The Lovely Bones"
Alice Thompson, Scottish novelist
Alice Walker, author
Actors and Filmmakers
Ali MacGraw, actress; real first name is Alice
Alice Barrett, actress
Alice Brady, actress
Alice Cocéa, French actress
Alice Day, actress
Alice Faye, actress and singer
Alice Guy-Blaché, French filmmaker
Alice KrigeSouth African actress
Alice Norin, Norwegian-Indonesian actress
Alice Pearce, actress
Alice Robitaille, Canadian actress
Alice White, actress
* Alice (Carla Bissi), an Italian singer
Alice Coltrane, jazz pianist
Alice Cooper, male rock musician (see also " The Alice Cooper Show" and " Alice Cooper Goes to Hell")
Alice Deejay, Dutch dance music artist
Alice Nutter (musician), a member of the British music band Chumbawumba
Alice Prin, singer and actress
Alice Mary Smith, English composer
Alice Spooner, keyboardist in English Grime/ New Raveband Hadouken!
Alice Glass, vocalist in electronic duo Crystal Castles
Alice of Antioch
Alice of Cyprus
Alice Heine, Princess of Monaco and wife of Albert I of Monaco
Princess Alice of Albany
Princess Alice of Battenberg
Princess Alice of the United Kingdom
World Leader Alice of the FWLW
Science and Medicine
Alice Hamilton, toxicologist
* Alice Miller, Swiss psychologist
Alice Pruvot-Fol, French opisthobranch malacologist
Alice Rivlin, psychologist
Alice Wilson, Canadian geologist and paleontologist
Alice Mortlock, Astronomer, University of Sheffield
Alice T. Maredza, Pulmonology & Clinical Immunology, University of Cape Town
Alice Auma, Ugandan spiritualist and medium
Alice Austen, photographer
Alice Bailey, theologist and lecturer
Alice Barnham, wife of Francis Bacon
Alice Blom, Dutch volleyball player
* Alice Brock, owner of the Massachusetts eatery that inspired the
Arlo Guthrietune " Alice's Restaurant"
Alice Brown Davis, Seminole tribal chief
Alice Burdeu, Australian Fashion Model and winner of Australia's Next Top Model Cycle 3
Alice Hanratty, Irish artist
Alice Keppel, mistress of Edward VII of the United Kingdom
Alice K. Kurashige, first Japanese-American woman in the United States Marine Corps
Alice Liddell, the real person upon whom the eponymous heroine of "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" is based
Alice Roosevelt Longworth, only child of Theodore Roosevelt and his wife
Alice Lisle, a judge at the trial of Charles I of England
Alice MaherIrish painter and sculptor
Alice Mahon, British politician
Alice Mak, Hong Kong artist and cartoonist
Alice Malseed, Northern Irish heroine
Alice Mills, Australian Olympic swimmer
Alice Neel, American artist
Alice Orlowski, high-ranking Nazi SS officer
Alice Parizeau, Polish journalist
Alice Hathaway Lee Roosevelt, wife of Theodore Roosevelt
Alice Strike, Canadian military veteran
Alice B. Toklas, paramour of writer Gertrude Stein
Alice Walton, the daughter of Walmart founder Sam Walton
Alice Waters, American chef and restaurateur
Alice Whitty, Canadian high jumper
Lady Alice Boyle, wife of David Barry, 1st Earl of Barrymore
Lady Alice Christabel Montagu-Douglas-Scott, Duchess of Gloucester
* Alice, the eponymous heroine of the Lewis Carroll novels "
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" and " Through the Looking-Glass"
* Alice, a fictional character in the
Resident EvilFilm Series, portrayed by Milla Jovovich
Alice MacLeod, main character in Susan Juby's novel and television series, Alice, I Think.
* Alice, a caffeine-crazed engineer from Scott Adams' comic strip "
Alice, Peter's male pet rabbit in Meg Rosoff's book, " Just In Case".
Alice, Mary Elizabeth's friend in Stephen Chbosky's novel " The Perks of Being a Wallflower".
* Alice Abernathy, a fictional character in the "
Resident Evil" movies
* Alice, fictional character from "The Tribe"
Alice Ayres, pseudonym for Jane Jones (played by Natalie Portman) in the film "Closer"
Alice Elliot, a fictional character from the " Shadow Hearts" series
Alice Danvers, a minor character in Gail Giles's novel, " Shattering Glass".
*Alice Selezneva, main character of
Kir Bulychov's science fiction children books
* Alice of the Friday the 13th movies
Alice Gunderson, a fictional character, the Quartermaines' maid on the American soap opera " General Hospital"
Alice Hyatt, protagonist on the American sitcom "Alice"
Alice Kramden, long-suffering wife of Ralph on the American sitcom " The Honeymooners"
* Alice Nelson, the housekeeper for the
Bradys on " The Brady Bunch"
Alice Pieszecki, a fictional character from Showtime's lesbian drama series " The L Word"
Alice the Rabbit, one of the main protagonists of the Bloody Roarfighting game series
* Alice Cullen, an important vampire character in
Stephenie Meyer's "Twilight".
Alice Longbottom, mother of Neville Longbottomin the popular fictional " Harry Potter" series by J.K. Rowling.
* Alice Johnson, an important character in the
Nightmare on Elm Street series.
Alice Seno, a character from the manga Alice 19th.
* Alice Margatroid, from the Touhou series of manic shooter games.
Alice Bastable, a character in E. Nesbit's The Story of the Treasure Seekers.
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