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Gender: Female Pronunciation: ah-LEEX Origin of Alix: French medieval, Variation of Alice Meaning of Alexandra: Greek, feminine form of Alexander, "defending men"

The name Alix is a girl's name . Alix and is often added to lists like Best Girl Names Starting with Vowels and discussed in our forums with posts like "Pick 5 (GIRLS)".

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Several members of European royal family have borne this name, including Alix of France, Alix, Duchess of Brittany, and Alix of Hesse, Empress consort of Russia. More recent are Alix d'Unienville, WWII spy, Alix Kilroy, one of the first British women to become a public servant, and engineer Alix Pryde.

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Famous People Named Alix

Alix Viktoria Helene Luise Beatrix of Hesse, later Alexandra Feodorovna, last Empress Consort of Russia
Alix Marie Anne Antoinette Charlotte Gabrielle, Dowager Princess de Ligne, Princess of Luxembourg
Alix of France, Countess of Blois, daughter of Louis VII and Eleanor of Aquitaine
Alix of Thouars, Duchess of Brittany
Alix Barton aka Madame Grès (born Germaine Émilie Krebs), French fashion designer
Alix Bidstrup, Australian actress
Alix Olson, American spoken word poet
Alix Bauer (Tapuach), Mexican pop singer
Alix Bushnell, New Zealand actress
Alix Dobkin, American folk singer-songwriter
Alix Kates Shulman, American novelist and memoirist
Alix Smith, American photographer
Alix Bancourt, French fashion blogger of thecherryblossomgirl

Pop Culture References for the name Alix

Alix Miller, character in movie "Beauty"
Alix Stone, character in comic strip "Stone Soup"
Alix, online alias of gender fluid main character in Symptoms of Being Human by Jeff Garvin
Alix Kubdel, character in "Miraculous Ladybug"

Aliks, Aliki, Alixia, Allix, Alexa, Allyx, Alex, Alexis, Alyx, Alixe


Starelli Says:


Reminds me of Elyse/Elise. I like it.

EW314 Says:


Gorgeous - as a legitimate medieval variant of Alice.

As a diminutive of Alexandra or a spelling variant of Alex, it strikes me as unnecessarily "different".

csd267 Says:


One of my childhood friends is named Alix. I've always liked it!

SimoneKadele Says:


I think this is actually better than Alex- or more feminine, at least. It IS a legitimate French name, from what I know...

DryLake Says:


So beautiful and simple.