What does Alycia mean?
Alycia [aly-cia] as a name for girls is an Old German name, and Alycia means "noble, exalted". Alycia is a variant form, with the prefix Aly-, of Alicia (Old German): modern Latinate transcription of Alice.
(female) Alacia, Alcia, ..
(male) Alyacha, Alychi, .. Middle name pairings:
Alycia Taniyah (A.T.), ..
How popular is Alycia?
Alycia is a very prominent first name for women (#1703 out of 4276, Top 40%) but an unusual surname for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Charted below is the baby name history of Alycia for girls. Alycia entered the list in 1960-1969 and reached its apex rank of #522 in the U.S. in 1990, but is not in the list at the moment. (Top 2000 Names, 2015)
Which version is better?with its source form and related girl names. Displayed below is a study of the statistics of Alycia and affiliated names. Prominent related forms of Alycia are Alyssa (#93 in recent rankings), Alicia (#365), Alisha (#919), Alissa (#942), Alisa (#1037), Alyssia, Alysa, Alysha, Alysia, Elicia, Lecia, Alisia, Aleshia, Alesha, Alesia, Alica, Alecia, Alishia and Allysa. These forms of Alycia were at the height of their popularity in 1998 (usage of 1.61%) and have become significantly less widespread since (usage 0.31%, ▼81%), with versions such as Alissa becoming somewhat outmoded.
Alycia▼ is pronounced similarly to Aletia, Alitia, Allecia and Alyosha. Other suggested similar names are Acacia, Agacia, Alaia▲, Alais, Alaisa, Alaqua, Alaysia, Albia, Alcee, Alcina, Aleceea, Aleeysia, Aleka, Aleki, Alessa, Alessia, Alexa▲, Alexea, Alexi, Alexia, Alexie, Alia▲, Alicah, Alice▼, Alicea, Alidia, Alieza, Alika, Aliki, Alis, Alivia▲, Alix, Aliz, Aliza▲, Allexa, Allia, Allicea, Allis, Allisa, Allix, Allyce, Allyceea (see Alice), Allysia, Allysiah, Allyssa▼, Aloisa, Aloisia, Alonia, Aloysia, Althia, Alya, Alyce▼, Alyceea, Alyda, Alyna, Alyona, Alys, Alyse, Alyss, Alyssah, Alysse, Alyvia▲, Alyx, Alyza, Amecia, Anysia, Elysia, Ilysia and Lycia. These names tend to be less commonly used than Alycia.See names in meaning and etymology.