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Gender: F Meaning of Alicia: "noble" Origin of Alicia: Spanish variation of Alice Alicia's Popularity in 2013: #320

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Alicia was more popular than its mother name for several years, adding a lacy, more balletic feel to the original. Taken for its sound alone, Alicia is a lovely, feminine name, but parents should be aware that its innumerable phonetic versions, such as Alisha and Alysha, have robbed it of some of its character.

Two high-profile Alicias are actress Silverstone and soul singer Keys; in the past there were ballerina Alicia Markova and the great Spanish classical pianist de Larrocha. Alicia is the birth name of Jodie Foster, and the singer known as Pink was originally Alecia.

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Famous People Named Alicia

Alicia Augello Keys, American singer-songwriter
Alicia Silverstone, American actress
Alicia Banit, Australian actress
Alicia Sacramone, American gymnast
Alicia Sucher, American actress
Dame Alicia Markova, English ballerina
Alicia Vikander, Swedish actress
Alicia Linda "Lecy" Goranson, American actress
Alicia Lagano, American actress

Pop Culture References for the Name Alicia

Alicia Florrick from the TV show "The Good Wife"
Alicia Rivera, character from The Clique Book Series
Alicia Billington, from movie "Confessions of a Shopoholic"
Alicia Spinnet, from Harry Potter
Alicia Johns, character from Enid Blyton's Malory Towers

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