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What does Aloisa mean?

Aloisa Pronunciation of Aloisa [aloisa] as a name for girls is an Old German name, and the name Aloisa means "famous warrior". Aloisa is a variant form of Louise (Old German).




ALTERNATIVE FORMS VIA LOUISE Aloise, Aloysia, Eloise, Heloisa, Heloise, Lluisa, Lois, Loise, Louisa, Lovisa, Luisa

(female) Aloita, Aloiza, ..

(male) Aloiso, Aloita, ..

Aloisa Seraphina (A.S.), ..

How popular is Aloisa?

Aloisa is a rare given name for women. Aloisa is a unique last name too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. CENSUS)

Which version is better?

with its source form and related girl names. Popular variation forms of Aloisa (OUTSIDE TOP 2000) are Eloisa, Eloise (#256 LAST YEAR), Heloise, Lois (#1882), Loise, Louisa (#908), Louise (#1083), Lovisa and Luisa (#1130). Adoption of these forms of Aloisa was well-received a century ago (USAGE OF 1.54%) and is now significantly lower (USAGE 0.11%, 93%), with forms like Lois becoming less trendy. Eloise is the most contemporarily stylish baby name in this compilation. (TOP BABY NAMES, 2015)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Eloisa, Eloise, Heloise, Lois, Loise in U.S.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Louisa, Louise, Luisa in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Eloise, Lois, Louise, Lovisa outside U.S.

Similar Names

Aloisa is pronounced similarly to Aleeza, Alessi, Alessia, Alicea, Alieza, Alisa, Aliza, Alizah, Allicea, Allisah, Allissa, Allysa, Alyssia, Alyza, Elisa, Elisah, Elissa, Elliza, Elyssa, Ilisa, Ilissa, Illissa, Ilyssa, Olisa and Ulyssa. Other suggested similar names are Ailis, Alaia, Alais, Alaqua, Albia, Albina, Alcina, Aldina, Alease, Aleigha, Aleka, Alesia, Alexa, Alexea, Alia, Alicah, Alice, Alicia, Alikah, Alima, Aliosha, Alisan, Alisha, Alisia, Alisse, Alisz, Alita, Alles, Alless, Allexa, Allice, Allicia, Allida, Alliss, Allys, Almida, Almira, Aloisia, Aloma, Alona, Alvita, Alyosha, Alys, Alysia, Alzina, Amisa, Anisa, Ayeisa (see Aisha), Elois and Eloisia. These names tend to be more commonly used than Aloisa.

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