What does Alecia mean?
Alecia /ale-cia/ as a girls' name. Alecia's name origin is Old German, and the name Alecia means "noble, exalted". Alecia is an alternate spelling of Alice (Old German) with the suffix -a. Alecia is also a derivative of Alicia (Old German).
Alecia▼ has 46 more related forms via Alice, Alicia: Adelisa, Ala, Alais, Alaisa, Aleceea, Aleece, Aleesa, Aleesha, Aleethia, Aleeza, Aleisha, Alesha▼, Aleshia, Ali▼, Alica, Alicah, Alicea, Alicen, Alie, Alika, Aliki, Alis, Alisa▼, Alisha▼, Alishia, Alissa▼, Alitia, Aliz, Alla, Allecia, Alli, Allicea, Allicia, Allie▲, Allis, Allysa, Allysia, Alyce▼, Alyceea, Alysa▼, Alysha▼, Alyssa▲, Alyssia, Lecia, Lesia and Licia.Kreatif forms: Alcia, Alelia. [more]
How popular is Alecia?
Alecia is a very popular first name for females (#1147 out of 4276, Top 27%) but a rare surname for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Shown below is the baby name popularity of Alecia for girls. Alecia entered the list in 1960-1969 and reached its apex position of #602 in the U.S. in the 1980s, but is not in the Top 1000 currently. (2014 Birth Statistics)
Shown below is an analysis of the popularity of Alecia and related names. Alesha, Alesia, Ali, Alica, Alice (#97 the previous year), Alicia (#341), Alisa (#936), Alisha (#895), Alissa (#855), Allie (#257), Alyce, Alycia, Alysa, Alysha, Alysia, Alyssa (#76), Alyssia and Lesia are the prominent related forms of Alecia appearing in the Top 1000. Other forms, like Alli, are uncommon. Adoption of these forms of Alecia reached its peak in 1990 (median #600) and is somewhat less today (#813, ▼53.3%), with forms such as Ali, Alisha, Alissa, Alysa and Alysha falling out of style. Alice, Alicia, Allie and Alyssa are four of the more fashionable names for newborns in this list, and there is a resurgence in baby name usage for Alice and Allie. (2014 Birth Statistics)
Alecia▼ is alike in pronunciation to Aletia. Other recommended similar baby names are Aleka, Aleki, Alessa, Alessia, Alexa▲, Alexea, Alexi, Alexia▲, Alexie and Amecia. These names tend to be less commonly used than Alecia.