What is the meaning of the name Alis?
The name Alis is primarily a female name of English origin that means From Nobility.
Alice is an English variation of the French name Aalis, itself a form of the name Adelaide.
Common nicknames of the name Alice include Ali and Al. Famous Alices include at least two princesses: Princess Alice of Monaco and Princess Alice of the United Kingdom.
Authors include Alice Hoffman, Alice Sebold, and Alice
Walker. Alice Coooper is a male heavy metal rock musician. Actress Ali MacGraw’s real name is Elizabeth Alice. Alice Roosevelt was President Theodore Roosevelt’s wife and Alice B. Toklas was Gertrude Stein’s partner and compatriot.
The most famous fictional character named Alice, and likely responsible for its popularity in the 19th and 20th centuries, is Alice from Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass. Other characters named Alice include Alice from the cartoon Dilbert, Alice Hyatt from the 70s television show Alice (based on the movie), and Alice Kramden from the Honeymooners. Alice Cullen is a character in the Twilight series by Stephanie Meyer and Alice Longbottom is Neville’s mother in the Harry Potter series by JK Rowling.
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Alice - The Sisters of Mercy
Alice Childress - Ben Folds Five
Alice DeeJay - Alice Deejay
Alice Graham - The Skydiggers
Alice in Blunderland - Captain Beefheart and His Magic Band
Alice in My Fantasies - Funkadelic
Alice in the Looking Glass - Matraca Berg
Alice in Wonderland - Bill Evans
Alice In Wonderland - Neil Sedaka
Alice's House - The Psychedelic Furs
Alice's Restaurant - Arlo Guthrie
All the Girls Love Alice - Elton John
Auntie Alice - Alice Bay Laurel
Aurora Bori Alice - Cotton Mather
Call me Alice - Switchblade Symphony
Goodbye Alice in Wonderland - Jewel
Living Next Door to Alice - Smokie
Save me Alice Neel! - The Lowest of the Low