Derived from the French names Aalis and Adelais that mean “noble,” this classic was made popular when a sleepy girl had a dream she was chasing a white rabbit. And one of our favorites might be the Alice who put up with six active kids on everyone’s favorite 70s sitcom The Brady Bunch.
Ali, Ally, Lissie, Lissa.
Famous people named Alice:
Fictional character Alice Nelson from The Brady Bunch; fictional main character in Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland; women’s rights activist Alice Paul; writer of The Color Purple Alice Walker.
This name was made famous in part by Queen Victoria, who named her daughter Princess Alice in 1843.