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Alice is a lovely traditional name and while it has French roots, it has been made very popular by ‘Alice in Wonderland’ and has become quintessentially English now. This name is perfect for any English Roses.
A distinct name in medieval England, Alice enjoyed a surge of popularity in the 19th century and periods of favour ever since.
Famous People With This Name
Some famous bearers include Alice Cooper, the American rock star who known as “The Godfather of Shock Rock,” Alice Walker is an American author known for writing “The Colour Purple,” and Princess Alice of the United Kingdom was Queen Victoria’s third child.
Some possible nicknames are Ali, Alie, Allie, Ally, Lissie and Lissa.
Some alternative spellings of Alice are Aleece, Alis, Alise, Aliz, Alla, Alles, Alless, Allice, Allice, Alliss, Allyce, Allys, Allyse, Alyce, Alys and Alyse. A closely related name is Alicia.
Stories Featuring This Name
Alice is the main character of “Alice in Wonderland,” written by Lewis Carroll and turned into a 1951 Disney animated film. Alice Carter is a character from the television series “Torchwood: Children of Earth.” Alice Ayres is a character in the film “Closer,” played Natalie Portman. Alice is also the main character of the “Resident Evil” film series, which is loosely related to the video games.
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