What does Aloisius mean?
Aloisius /aloi-sius/ as a name for boys is of Old German derivation, and the meaning of the name Aloisius is "famous warrior". Aloisius is an alternate form of Aloysius (Old German): Latin form of Luigi.
(male) Aloitus, Alonsius, ..
(female) Aloigia, Aloili, ..
How popular is Aloisius?
Aloisius is an unusual given name for men. Aloisius is also an unusual surname for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Below is a charted analysis of the popularity of the boy name Aloisius and affiliated names. Alois and Aloysius are the prominent related forms of Aloisius (outside Top 2000) rated in the Top 2000. Adoption of these relations of Aloisius was well-received among parents a century ago, but now, forms like Alois have become less in vogue. (2014 U.S. SSA Records)
Suggested similar names are Achillius, Adolphus▼, Adonis▲, Agathius, Agustus, Aigeus, Aiolus, Alaister, Albertus, Aldis, Aldivin (see Aldous), Aldous, Aldus, Aleister, Aleksio, Aleksios, Aleksius, Alexios, Alexis▼, Alexius, Alexus, Alfeus, Alfonsin, Alfonsino (see Alfonso), Alfonsus, Algis, Alistar, Alister, Alistir, Allison, Allisoun, Allister, Allistir, Aloiki, Aloin, Alouf, Aloys, Alpheaus, Alphoeus, Alphonsus, Altus, Alvise, Alviss, Alwyss, Ambrosius, Amoss, Anastius, Aneislis, Anisio, Antonius, Aonghus, Arcelius, Aristos, Arius, Arkadius, Arliss, Arminius, Arsenius, Artimis, Augustus, Aurelius, Basilius, Blasius, Claudius, Clitus, Crispus, Dionysius, Eligius, Flavius, Florus, Giorgius (see George), Onofrius, Pontius, Sirius and Vasilius. These names tend to be more commonly used than Aloisius.