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What does Alessia mean?

Alessia \a-le-ssia\ as a girls' name is of Greek derivation, and Alessia means "help, aid; man's defender". Alessia is a variation of Alesia (Greek): also variant of Alicia. Alessia is also a variation of Alexandra (Greek): Latinate feminine form of Alexander.


Alessia has 34 different forms via Alesia, Alexandra: Alandra, Alastrina, Alejanda, Aleka, Aleki, Alessanda, Alessandra, Alex, Alexa, Alexanda, Alexea, Alexena, Alexene, Alexi, Alexia, Alexie, Alexina, Alexine, Alexis, Ali, Alie, Aliki, Alista, Alix, Alla, Allessa, Allexa, Allexina, Alli, Allie, Allix, Cesya, Elena and Lesya.


Alessia is an uncommonly occurring given name for women. Alessia is an equally unusual surname for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)

Prominent varying forms of Alessia (#unlisted) rated in the Top 1000 are Alexa (#63 a year ago), Alexis (#64), Alexandra (#92), Elena (#121), Allie (#257), Alexia (#270), Alessandra (#299), Alesia, Alex and Ali. Adoption of these girl names was at its highest in 2010 (usage of 0.6165%) and is somewhat lower today (usage 0.5834%, down 5.4%), with the versions Ali and Alex becoming less fashionable. The most fashionable girl names among these are Alessandra (#299), Elena (#121), Alexa (#63), Allie (#257) and Alexandra (#92), and there is a resurgence in baby name popularity for Alexandra and Allie. Displayed below is an analysis of the popularity of the girl name Alessia and associated names. (2014 Birth Statistics)

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Alesia, Alessandra, Alex, Alexa, Alexandra, Alexia, Alexis, Ali, Allie, Elena in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Alex, Alexa, Alexandra, Alexis outside U.S.

Similar Names

Alessia is pronounced similarly to Aleesa, Alessa, Alessi, Alissa, Alyssa, Alyssia, Elissia and Elyssia. Other suggested similar baby names are Alaysia, Alecia, Aleecia, Aleesha, Aleeysia, Aleisha, Alesha, Aleshia, Alishia, Alisia, Allysia, Aloisia, Aloysia and Alysia. These names tend to be more commonly used than Alessia.