What does Alysia mean?
Alysia /aly-sia/ [2 sylls.] as a girls' name is of Greek origin, and the meaning of Alysia is "entrancing". Also variant of Alicia.
Alysia▼ has 1 variant: Alyssia.
Affiliated girl name: Alice.
Alysia▼ has 30 more related variations via Alicia: Alecia▼, Aleecia, Aleesa, Aleesha, Aleeza, Aleisha, Alesha▼, Aleshia, Alesia, Alica, Alieshea, Alisa▼, Alisha▼, Alishia, Alisia, Alissa▼, Allicia, Allysa, Allyssha, Alycia▼, Alysa▼, Alysha▼, Alyssa▲, Elicia, Elisha▼, Lecia, Leisha, Lesha, Lesia and Licia.Kreatif forms: Alsia, Alylia, Alysiaay. [more]
How popular is Alysia?
Alysia is a very popular first name for women (#1852 out of 4276, Top 43%) but a rare last name for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Presented below is the birth name popularity of Alysia for girls. Alysia was first listed in 1970-1979 and reached its highest rank of #644 in the U.S. in 1990, but is not found in the list at the moment. (Top 1000 Birth Names Statistics, 2014)
Shown below is a comparison of the usage of the girl name Alysia and corresponding names. Popular alternative forms of Alysia are Alyssa (#76 in 2014), Alice (#97), Alicia (#341), Alissa (#855), Alisha (#895), Alisa (#936), Alesha, Alyssia, Lesia, Elisha, Alysa, Alesia, Alecia, Alycia, Alica and Alysha. Forms like Aleisha are uncommon. These girl names reached the apex of their popularity in the year 1990 (usage of 0.4242%) and are now much less popular (usage 0.1647%, down 61.2%), with forms such as Alissa, Alisha, Alecia, Alysha and Alysa falling out of fashion. Alice (#97), Alyssa (#76) and Alicia (#341) are three of the more trendy names for newborns in this compilation, with Alice undergoing a resurgence in popularity. (Top 1000 Birth Names Statistics, 2014)
Alysia▼ is pronounced similarly to Aletia, Alitia and Alyosha. Other recommended similar baby names are Alaysia, Aleeysia, Alessa, Alessia, Alexia▲, Allysia, Allysiah, Allyssa▼, Aloisia, Aloysia, Alys, Alyse, Alyss, Alyssah, Alysse, Alyvia, Alyza, Anysia, Elysia and Ilysia. These names tend to be less frequently used than Alysia.