What does Alicen mean?
33 more related forms via Alice: Adelice, Ailie, Aleceea, Alecia▼, Aleece, Ali, Alica, Alicah, Alicea, Alicia▼, Alidee, Alie, Alika, Alikah, Aliki, Alis, Alisa▼, Alisah, Alise, Alisha▼, Alissa▼, Alisz, Alitia, Aliz, Alles, Allice, Allicea, Allie▲, Allsun, Allyce, Alyce▼, Alyceea and Alyse.Creative forms:
(female) Acicen, Alcen, ..
(male) Aliken, Aliron, .. Middle name pairings:
Alicen Veda (A.V.), ..
How popular is Alicen?
Alicen is a rare given name for females. Alicen is a unique surname too for all people. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Which version is better?with its source form and related girl names. Prominent varying forms of Alicen (not ranked) are Alecia, Ali (#1278 from recent data), Alica, Alice (#87), Alicia (#365), Alisa (#1037), Alise, Alisha (#919), Alison (#338), Alissa (#942), Alisson (#915), Allice, Allie (#255), Allison (#39), Allisson, Allyson (#359), Alyce, Alyse (#1689) and Alyson (#678). Other forms, like Allisun, are uncommon. These relations of Alicen were popular with parents during 1880-1889 (average #1649) and have become much less popular since (#1100, down 56%), with forms such as Allisson becoming less trendy. Allie and Allison are two of the more chic birth names here. (Top Baby Names, 2015)
Alicen is pronounced similarly to Alisoun, Alisun, Allicen, Allicenne and Alysan. Other recommended names are Aden, Adie, Adilene, Adin, Adison▼, Adline, Aiden, Ailey, Aireen, Alcee, Alcina, Alcine, Aldea, Aledwen, Aleen, Alene▼, Alexea, Alexena, Alexene, Alicinda (see Alcinda), Aliena, Alieza, Alima, Alinda, Aline▼, Alista, Alita, Alitza, Alix, Aliye, Aliza▲, Alizah, Alize▼, Allcen, Allcenne (see Alison), Allcine (see Alcina), Alleen, Alley, Alline, Almena, Almire (see Almera), Aloise, Alseena, Alveena, Alvena, Alvine, Alzeena, Alzena, Amice, Amie▼, Amineh, Anice, Aniceta, Anikee, Annice, Arden▲, Arica, Arin, Arlen, Arlise, Arnice, Arwen, Avice, Avie, Aylin▲, Azize, Azucena, Cailen, Elice and Olwen. These names tend to be more commonly used than Alicen.See names in meaning and etymology.