What does Alphonse mean?
Associated with: battle (war).
Alphonse▼ has 23 variants: Affonso, Al▼, Alfie, Alfo, Alfons, Alfonso, Alfonsus, Alfonzo, Alfonzus, Alford▼, Alfy, Alonso▲, Alonzo▼, Alphonso▼, Alphonsus, Alphonzo, Alphonzus, Fons, Fonz, Fonzie, Phauns, Phons and Phonz.
Alphonse has 1 feminine form: Alphonsine.Creative forms:
(male) Alphonley, Alphonne, ..
(female) Alphonce, Alphonne, .. Middle name pairings:
Alphonse Yousef (A.Y.), ..
How popular is Alphonse?
Alphonse is a somewhat popular first name for males (#824 out of 1220, Top 68%) and an even more popular surname for both adults and children (#24969 out of 150436, Top 17%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Presented below is the birth name history of Alphonse for boys. Alphonse reached its top position of #296 in the U.S. during 1910-1919, but is not listed at the moment. (Top Baby Names, 2015)
Which version is better?with its variant forms and related boy names. Al, Alfie, Alfons, Alfonso (#792 in 2015), Alfonzo, Alford, Alonso (#731), Alonzo (#526), Alphonso, Alphonsus and Alphonzo are the prominent varying forms of Alphonse. Adoption of these relations of Alphonse reached its most widespread 115 years ago (average #1088) and has become significantly lower since (#1670, 65% less usage), with versions like Al becoming less trendy. Alonso is the most contemporarily stylish name for newborns in this compilation.
Alphonse▼ is alike in pronunciation to Alfonse. Other recommended names are Aimone, Alanso, Albion, Aldon, Aldous, Aldwinne, Aldwynne, Aleron, Alfeos (see Alpheus), Alfonsin, Alfonz, Alison, Allayne, Alleyne, Allohnso, Allon, Allonso, Allonzo (see Alonzo), Allson, Allton, Aloess, Alohnso (see Alonzo), Alohnzo (see Alonzo), Alois▼, Alon, Aloys, Alpha, Alpheaus, Alpheus, Alphoeus, Alphons, Alphonz, Alpin, Alpine, Alsdon (see Alston), Alston, Alton▼, Alvise, Alwine, Ambroise, Ambrose▼, Anse, Anthone (see Anthony), Anthoney, Anthony, Antione, Antone▼, Antons, Antwone, Armonde, Aronne, Athens, Athos and Chanse. These names tend to be less commonly used than Alphonse.See names in meaning and etymology.