Origin:German
Popularity:181
Meaning:Noble, exalted
Alice is a classic feminine name of German origin, meaning "noble" and "exalted." Popularized by Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland, Alice hit the naming charts at the turn of the 20th century and has remained a beloved contender ever since. An everlasting darling heroine, Alice was also picked as a baby name by Tina Fey in 2005 and Theodore Roosevelt in the 19th century. The name Alice has touched hearts throughout history but now it’s loved enough that parents are straining against societal norms! While Alice is still primarily given to girls, this gorgeous moniker can double up as a boy name, too.

Famous People Named Alice

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  • Alice
    Queen Victoria and Prince Albert
  • Alice Eve
    TV Actress
  • Alice Krige
    Actress
  • Alice Marble
    Tennis Player
  • Alice Walker
    Novelist, Poet
  • Alice Zenobia Richmond
    Daughter of Tina Fey

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Source: Social Security Administration

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