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100 Perfect Middle Names For Alice [Catchy & Cool]

TheBiranchi Team has collected a new list of the Top 100 most perfect middle names for Alice, which might sound perfect for your newborn.

In this article, you will get to know the meaning, gender, and origin of the name Alice. Also, we have arranged a list of the best middle names for Alice, and a comprehensive list of the Most Famous People Named Alice.

Alice: Meaning & Origin

100 Best Middle Names For Alice

Are you looking for a perfect middle name for Alice? Check out these awesome middle names:

  1. Alice Abigail
  2. Alice Alexanda
  3. Alice Amelia
  4. Alice Anastasia
  5. Alice Annabelle
  6. Alice Aurora
  7. Alice Beatrix
  8. Alice Belle
  9. Alice Brielle
  10. Alice Briony
  11. Alice Brittany
  12. Alice Brooke
  13. Alice Camille
  14. Alice Caroline
  15. Alice Cecelia
  16. Alice Charlotte
  17. Alice Clementine
  18. Alice Clover
  19. Alice Cordelia
  20. Alice Daisy
  21. Alice Delphine
  22. Alice Eleanor
  23. Alice Eliana
  24. Alice Elizabeth
  25. Alice Eloise
  26. Alice Emily
  27. Alice Emmeline
  28. Alice Evangeline
  29. Alice Eve
  30. Alice Evelyn
  31. Alice Faye
  32. Alice Felicity
  33. Alice Fiona
  34. Alice Florence
  35. Alice Frances
  36. Alice Francesca
  37. Alice Gemma
  38. Alice Genevieve
  39. Alice Georgia
  40. Alice Grace
  41. Alice Harriet
  42. Alice Helene
  43. Alice Hope
  44. Alice Isabella
  45. Alice Ivy
  46. Alice Jade
  47. Alice Jane
  48. Alice Jean
  49. Alice Jennifer
  50. Alice Jessamine
  51. Alice Jolie
  52. Alice Josephine
  53. Alice Julianna
  54. Alice Juliet
  55. Alice Juniper
  56. Alice Kate
  57. Alice Katerina
  58. Alice Katherine
  59. Alice Lane
  60. Alice Leigh
  61. Alice Lillian
  62. Alice Lilly
  63. Alice Lindsay
  64. Alice Louise
  65. Alice Lucille
  66. Alice Lynn
  67. Alice Mae
  68. Alice Maisie
  69. Alice Margaret
  70. Alice Margaux
  71. Alice Marguerite
  72. Alice Marie
  73. Alice Matilda
  74. Alice Miriam
  75. Alice Monroe
  76. Alice Natalia
  77. Alice Olivia
  78. Alice Ophelia
  79. Alice Pearl
  80. Alice Penelope
  81. Alice Phoebe
  82. Alice Primrose
  83. Alice Quinn
  84. Alice Rae
  85. Alice Rebecca
  86. Alice Rosalie
  87. Alice Rose
  88. Alice Rosemary
  89. Alice Ruby
  90. Alice Ruth
  91. Alice Seraphina
  92. Alice Sophia
  93. Alice Tabitha
  94. Alice Victoria
  95. Alice Violet
  96. Alice Virginia
  97. Alice Vivienne
  98. Alice Wren
  99. Alice Yvonne
  100. Alice Zoe

Nicknames For Alice

Nicknames are a great way to show your newborn you love them. Here are a few of the most popular Alice nicknames:

  • Ali
  • Alie
  • Allie
  • Ally
  • Cece
  • Cici
  • Elsie
  • Issy
  • Lisa
  • Lissa
  • Lissie
  • Lissy

Names Similar to Alice

Check out these similar-sounding names list to discover more names that are similar to Alice.

  • Adelaide
  • Amelia
  • Anna
  • Audrey
  • Aurora
  • Barbara
  • Beatrice
  • Beatrix
  • Beth
  • Caroline
  • Charlotte
  • Claire
  • Clara
  • Cora
  • Daisy
  • Edith
  • Eleanor
  • Elizabeth
  • Eloise
  • Evelyn
  • Florence
  • Francine
  • Genevieve
  • Grace
  • Hazel
  • Ivy
  • Jane
  • Josephine
  • Lily
  • Lucy
  • Luna
  • Mabel
  • Margaret
  • Mary
  • Matilda
  • Maureen
  • Nancy
  • Nora
  • Penelope
  • Rose
  • Sarah
  • Sophie
  • Stella
  • Theresa
  • Violet

Most Famous People Named Alice

Our names have the potential to influence our behavior, physical appearance, career path and life choices, popularity, and how others perceive us.  If a child has a story behind his name, it can motivate him to be like his namesake and to emulate that person’s good qualities.

Go through the list of popular personalities named Alice:

Alice of Antioch (c.1110 – after 1136), princess consort of Antioch by marriage to Bohemond II of Antioch
Alice of Cyprus (c.1193 – 1246), queen consort and later regent of Cyprus, later regent of Jerusalem
Alice Heine (1872–1918), princess consort of Monaco, wife of Albert I of Monaco
Princess Alice, Countess of Athlone (1883–1981), member of the British royal family
Princess Alice of Battenberg (1885–1969), aka Princess Andrew of Greece and Denmark, mother of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
Princess Alice of the United Kingdom (1843–1878), Grand Duchess of Hesse and by Rhine, daughter of Queen Victoria
Alix of Hesse (1872–1918), Empress Alexandra Feodorovna of Russia, daughter of Princess Alice of the United Kingdom
Alice, Duchess of Gloucester (1901–2004), member of the British royal family
Princess Alice of Parma (1849–1935), Grand Duchess of Tuscany
Alice Adams (1926–1999), American author
Alice Albinia (born 1976), author
Alice Birch, British playwright and screenwriter
Alice Cary (1820–1871), poet
Alice Childress (1916–1994), American novelist and playwright
Alice Arnold Crawford (1850–1874), American poet
Alice Turner Curtis (1860–1958), American writer
Alice Williams Brotherton (1848–1930), American writer
Alice May Douglas (1865–1943), American poet, author, editor
Alice Dunbar Nelson (1875–1935), American poet, journalist and political activist
Alice Flowerdew (1759–1830), English teacher, hymnwriter, religious poet
Alice Fulton (born 1952), poet and author
Alice Greenwood (1862–1935), British historian, teacher and writer
Alice Hoffman (born 1952), author of Practical Magic
Alice Emma Ives (1876–1930), American dramatist, journalist
Alice Eleanor Jones (1916–1981), American science fiction writer and journalist
Alice Pichen Lee (1883–1943), Chinese activist, newspaper editor, poet, writer and school founder
Alice MacDonell (1854–1938), Scottish poet
Alice Marriott (1910–1992), American historian
Alice Moore McComas (1850–1919), American author, editor, lecturer, reformer
Alice McDermott (born 1953), author
Alice Duer Miller (1874–1942), author and poet
Alice Munro (born 1931), Canadian author
Alice Hobbins Porter (1854–1926), British-born American journalist, editor
Alice Rivaz (1901–1998), Swiss author
Alice Sebold (born 1963), author of The Lovely Bones
Alice Sheldon, better known by her pen name James Tiptree Jr.
Alice Spigelman, Hungarian-born Australian clinical psychologist, writer and human rights advocate
Alice Tawhai, pen name of a New Zealand fiction writer
Alice Thompson, Scottish novelist
Alice Bellvadore Sams Turner (1859–1915), American physician, writer
Alice Voinescu (1885–1961), Romanian writer
Alice Walker (born 1944), author
Alice Willard (1860–1936), American journalist and businesswoman
Alice Robinson Boise Wood (1846–1919), American classicist and poet
Alice (Visconti, born Carla Bissi) (born 1954), Italian singer-songwriter
Alice (born Song Joo-hee), South Korean singer, a member of Hello Venus
Alice Babs (1924–2014), Swedish singer and actress
Alice Caymmi (born 1990), Brazilian singer
Alice Coltrane (1937–2007), American jazz pianist
Alice Cooper (born 1948), American male rock musician (see also The Alice Cooper Show and Alice Cooper Goes to Hell)
Alice Coote (born 1968), British opera singer
Alice Deejay, Dutch dance music artist
Alice in Chains, American metal band
Alice Glass (born 1988), Canadian vocalist in electronic duo Crystal Castles
Alice Merton (born 1993), German-Canadian singer-songwriter
Alice Nutter (born 1962), a member of the British music band Chumbawamba
Alice Prin (1901–1953), French singer and actress
Alice Carter Simmons (1883–1943), American pianist, organist, and music educator
Alice Mary Smith (1839–1884), English composer
Alice Spooner, keyboardist in English Grime/New Rave band Hadouken!
Alice Vinette (1894–1989), Canadian composer actresses and filmmakers
Alice Barrett (born 1956), American actress
Alice Bellagamba (born 1987), Italian actress and dancer
Alice Brady (1892–1939), American actress
Alice Calhoun (1900–1966), American silent film actress
Alice Cocéa (1899–1970), French actress
Alice Connor (born 1990), British actress
Alice Davenport (1864–1936), American actress
Alice Day (1906–1995), American actress
Alice Dinnean (born 1969), American muppeteer
Alice Dixson (born 1969), Filipino-American actress, commercial model, and former beauty queen
Alice Dovey (18841969), American stage actress
Alice Evans (born 1968), British-American actress
Alice Eve, English actress
Alice Faye (1915–1998), American actress and singer
Alice Gale (1858–1941), American actress
Alice Greczyn (born 1986), American actress
Alice Guy-Blaché (1873–1968), French filmmaker
Alice Hollister (1886–1973), American actress
Alice Howell (1886–1961), American actress
Alice Joyce (1890–1955), American silent film actress
Alice Krige (born 1954), South African actress
Alice Lake (1895–1967), American actress
Alice Lowe (born 1977), English actress
Ali MacGraw (born 1939), actress; birth name is Elizabeth Alice
Alice Mann (1899–1986), American actress
Alice Marriott (1824–1900), English actress
Alice Moran, Canadian actress
Alice Pearce (1917–1966), American actress
Alice Ripley (born 1963), American actress
Alice Robitaille (1923–2011), Canadian actress
Alice B. Russell (1889–1985), American actress
Alicia Silverstone (born 1976), American actress
Alice Terry (1899–1987), American actress
Alice Waddington (born 1990), Spanish filmmaker
Alice White (1904–1983), American actress
Aliki Vougiouklaki (1934–1996), Greek actress
Alicia Vikander (born 1988), Swedish actress
Alycia Debnam-Carey (born 1993), Australian actress
Alice Mary Barry (1880–1955), pioneering Irish doctor
Alice Fitzgerald (1875–1962), American nurse
Alice Hamilton (1869–1970), American toxicologist
Alice Miller (1923–2010), Swiss psychologist
Alice Pruvot-Fol (1873–1972), French opisthobranch malacologist
Alice Rivlin (1931–2019), American economist
Alice Roberts (born 1973), British anatomist, osteoarchaeologist, anthropologist, television presenter, and author
Alice Săvulescu (1905–1970), Romanian botanist
Alice Whitley (1913–1990), Australian chemist and educator
Alice Wilson (1881–1964), Canadian geologist and paleontologist
Alice Vrielink, conducts research in crystallography.
Alice Bunker Stockham (1833–1912), American suffragist
Alice A. W. Cadwallader (1832–1910), American philanthropist and temperance activist
Alice Davies (born 1870 – alive in 1919), British suffragette and nurse
Alice P. Gannett (1875–1962), American settlement house worker and social reformer
Alice Sudduth Byerly (1855–1904), temperance activist
Alice Hamilton (1869–1970), peace activist during “the Great War”
Alice Herz (1882–1965), anti-war protester
Alice Meynell (1847–1922), English suffragist and poet
Alice Milligan (1865–1953), Irish nationalist
Alice Morrissey (died in 1912), British Catholic, socialist leader and suffragette
Alice Paul (1885–1977), American suffragist and British suffragette
Alice E. Heckler Peters (1845–1921), American social reformer
Alice Schwarzer (born 1942), German feminist and publisher
Alice Ames Winter (1865–1944), American litterateur, author, clubwoman, suffragist
Alice Blom (born 1980), Dutch volleyball player
Alice D’Amato (born 2003), Italian artistic gymnast
Alice Kertész (born 1935), Hungarian-born Olympic gymnastics medalist
Alice Kinsella, (born 2001) British artistic gymnast
Alisa Kleybanova (born 1989), Russian tennis player
Alice Mills (born 1986), Australian Olympic swimmer
Alice Noháčová (born 1967), Czech tennis player
Alice Pirsu (born 1979), Romanian tennis player
Alice Schlesinger (born 1988), Israeli Olympic judoka
Alice Tortelli (born 1998), Italian footballer
Alice Whitty (1934–2017), Canadian high jumper
Alice Auma (1956–2007), Ugandan spiritualist and medium
Alice Austen (1866–1952), photographer
Alice Ayres (1859–1885), an English nursemaid honoured for her bravery in rescuing children from a house fire
Alice Bailey (1880–1949), theologist and lecturer
Alice Barnham (1592–1650), wife of Francis Bacon
Alice Bentinck (born 1986), co-founder and COO of Entrepreneur First, London
Lady Alice Boyle (1566–1643), wife of David Barry, 1st Earl of Barrymore
Alice Brock (born 1941), owner of the Massachusetts eatery that inspired the Arlo Guthrie tune “Alice’s Restaurant Massacree”
Alice Willson Broughton (1889–1980), First Lady of North Carolina
Alice Brown Davis (1852–1935), Seminole tribal chief
Alice Brusewitz, New Zealand photographer
Alice Burdeu (born 1988), Australian fashion model and winner of Australia’s Next Top Model, Cycle 3
Alice Cambridge (1762–1829), early Irish Methodist preacher
Alice Elizabeth Doherty (1887–1933), known for her rare condition of hypertrichosis lanuginosa
Alice Dinnean (born 1969), American puppeteer
Aliki Diplarakou (1912–2002), Greek Miss Europe winner
Alice Hanratty (born 1939), Irish artist
Alice Houghton (1849–1920), Canadian-born American broker
Alice Keppel (1868–1947), mistress of Edward VII of the United Kingdom
Alice Elisabeth Kotalawala, Sri Lankan Sinhala businesswoman and philanthropist
Alice Lau (disambiguation), several people
Alice Liddell (1852–1934), the real person upon whom the eponymous heroine of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland is based
Alice Lisle (1617–1685), a judge at the trial of Charles I of England
Alice Little, (born 1990), Irish–American sex-worker and advocate
Alice Roosevelt Longworth (1884–1980), only child of Theodore Roosevelt and his first wife, Alice Hathaway Lee
Alice Maher (born 1956), Irish painter and sculptor
Alice Mahon (born 1937), British politician
Alice Mak, Hong Kong artist and cartoonist
Alice Manfield (1878–1960), or Guide Alice, Australian mountain guide, naturalist, photographer, chalet owner, and early feminist
Alice Marriott (1907–2000), American businesswoman
Alice Mofflin (1878–1961), Australian philanthropist and charity worker
Lady Alice Christabel Montagu-Douglas-Scott (1901–2004), Duchess of Gloucester
Alice Naylor-Leyland, fashion writer
Alice Neel (1900–1984), American artist
Alice Nordin (1871–1948), Swedish sculptor
Alice Orlowski (1903–1976), high-ranking Nazi SS officer
Alice Ormsby-Gore (1952–1995), British socialite
Alice Parizeau (1930–1990), Polish journalist
Alice Hathaway Lee Roosevelt (1861–1884), wife of Theodore Roosevelt
Alice Strike (1896–2004), Canadian military veteran
Alice B. Toklas (1877–1967), paramour of writer Gertrude Stein
Alice Walton (born 1949), the daughter of Walmart founder Sam Walton
Alice Waters (born 1944), American chef and restaurateur
Alice Woods (1849–1941), British educationist
Alice Young, first “witch” to be executed during the Salem witch trials

You can find the Meaning, Origin, Personality Traits, Horoscope, and detailed information about the name Alice here.

Final Thoughts From TheBiranchi:

Naming a baby is so hard but it is an important decision you have to make as a parent. It can be fun, but the responsibility of naming another human being can make it a bit intimidating. After all, your child will carry that name throughout their life.

Read through this article again to choose the best middle name for Alice. You can also choose from the list of Most Popular People named Alice.

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