Origin:Mexican
Popularity:826
Meaning:noble, exalted
When you compare Alicia with its predecessor Alice, the differences are striking. While both have the identical meaning (“noble, exalted”), Alice is warm, strong and suited to parents who want to give their daughters a cool retro name. Alicia, on the other hand, is gentle and delicate with more modern flavor. Alice’s sharp edges melt away when you change the ending to “–cia.” Comparisons aside, Alicia represents strong, determined women too, namely singer Alicia Keys and actress Alicia Silverstone.

Famous Alicias

Wondering who else shares this name? Check out these well known people who made this baby name famous.
  • Alicia Keyes
    Singer
  • Alicia Keys
    Singer
  • Alicia Machado
    TV Show Host
  • Alicia Sacramone
    Olympic Gymnast
  • Alicia Silverstone
    Actress
  • Alicia Vikander
    Actress

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Source: Social Security Administration

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