Alice is a pretty girls name that has remained popular in both the UK and the US for many years. If you are considering it for your daughter, here are some great middle names for Alice that you could choose.

Top ten middle names for Alice:

- Alice Alessia
- Alice Lilith
- Alice Cecilia
- Alice Rose
- Alice Hallie
- Alice Felicity
- Alice Anya
- Alice Everly
- Alice Lucia
- Alice Alaya

**Scroll down for more middle names for Alice, names like Alice, nicknames for Alice and boys names to go with Alice.**

## What does the Name Alice Mean?

The name Alice has German origins and means “Noble” or “Exalted”

## How Popular is the Name Alice?

The name Alice has been continuously in the US top 1000 since 1900. It was at its least popular in the 1990s when it dropped down to the 400s. In 2021 it ranked at 64th, having been in top 100 since 2015.

The name Alice is also popular in the UK, ranking at 31st in 2021, a drop from 17th in 2016.

## Middle Names for Alice Starting with A

You can use alliteration in your name combination by choosing a middle name that also begins with A, the strength of the effect will depend on whether the A is long or short. I like the matching beginnings and repeated S sound in Alice Alessia.

Alice Adelaide

Alice Aria

Alice Amelia

Alice Annie

Alice Ada

Alice Ava

Alice Annalise

Alice Athena

Alice Avery

Alice Angelina

Alice Angelica

Alice Abigail

Alice Alessia

Alice Anna

Alice Addison

Alice Azalea

Alice Amara

## Names Beginning with L

You can highlight the L sound in Alice by choosing a middle name that begins with L. Alice Lilith sounds lovely because of the repeated short I sound.

Alice Lainey

Alice Lydia

Alice Layla

Alice Lara

Alice Lena

Alice Lauren

Alice Lilian

Alice Lilith

Alice Liliana

Alice Luna

Alice Lola

Alice Lyla

Alice Leah

Alice Lottie

## Names that Start with Soft C or S

By choosing a name that starts with soft C or S, you’ll create good flow between the first and middle names, the soft C at the end fo Alice will flow into the soft C or S at the start of the middle name. I love the triple soft C in Alice Cecilia.

Alice Celeste

Alice Sophia

Alice Scarlett

Alice Cecilia

Alice Selena

Alice Serena

Alice Sadie

Alice Serenity

Alice Skylar

Alice Savannah

Alice Sienna

Alice Summer

## Middle Names to go with Alice and have One Syllable

If you like the idea of simple, one syllable middle name, these ones all work well with Alice. The matching endings in Alice Rose work well.

Alice Rose

Alice Skye

Alice Sloane

Alice Reese

Alice Claire

Alice Brielle

Alice Blair

Alice Blake

Alice Elle

Alice Pearl

Alice Joy

## Two Syllable Names

As Alice has two syllables, a middle name with two syllables will create balance in the combination. I love the way Alice Hallie repeats the “al” letter combination.

Alice Hallie

Alice Callie

Alice Clara

Alice Darcie

Alice Primrose

Alice Olive

Alice Nola

Alice Cleo

Alice Daisy

Alice Gracie

Alice Josie

Alice Jasmine

Alice Holly

Alice Millie

## Four Syllable Names

If you’d like to make the name Alice longer and more complex, you could go with one of these four syllable names. The repeated L and Soft C in Alice Felicity work well.

Alice Isabella

Alice Aurelia

Alice Alexandra

Alice Anastasia

Alice Elizabeth

Alice Ophelia

Alice Olivia

Alice Eliana

Alice Penelope

Alice Natalia

Alice Evangeline

Alice Felicity

## Unusual Middle Names to go with Alice

If you’d like to make Alice stand out from the crowd, these unusual middle names will all do the job. Alice Anya sounds great.

Alice Amira

Alice Elora

Alice Storm

Alice Elodie

Alice Gypsy

Alice Aspen

Alice Lyra

Alice Anya

Alice Lorelei

Alice Alaya

Alice Sapphire

Alice Myla

Alice Alana

Alice Seraphina

## Popular Names

If you’d prefer a name that everyone is is familiar with, these popular middle names all work well with Alice. Alice Everly is my favourite.

Alice Charlotte

Alice Evelyn

Alice Violet

Alice Camila

Alice Eleanor

Alice Emily

Alice Everly

Alice Chloe

Alice Isla

Alice Riley

Alice Willow

Alice Delilah

Alice Josephine

## Vintage Names

As a name that has been around for a long time, Alice goes well with these old fashioned names. I love the repeated L and soft C in Alice Lucia.

Alice Elsie

Alice Allegra

Alice Antonia

Alice Nancy

Alice Agatha

Alice Emmeline

Alice Lucille

Alice Lucia

Alice Pamela

Alice Audrey

Alice Sylvia

Alice Willa

Alice Beatrice

Alice Florence

## Names Like Alice

If you like the name Alice but haven’t settled on it yet, here are some names like Alice to consider:

## Nicknames for Alice

Here are some nicknames you could use for Alice:

- Al
- Ali
- Liss
- Lissy

## Boys Names to go with Alice

If you already have a daughter called Alice you could use any of the middle names suggested as a girls name to go with Alice. If you are having a son, here are some boys names to go with Alice:

- Alice and Ace
- Alice and Liam
- Alice and Atticus
- Alice and Asher
- Alice and Felix
- Alice and August
- Alice and Miles
- Alice and Silas
- Alice and Marley
- Alice and Luke
- Alice and Milo
- Alice and Wesley
- Alice and Lincoln
- Alice and Aiden
- Alice and Stanley
- Alice and Lucas
- Alice and Arlo
- Alice and Otis
- Alice and Sebastian
- Alice and Aaron
- Alice and Declan
- Alice and Atlas
- Alice and Samuel
- Alice and Luca
- Alice and Samson
- Alice and Eli
- Alice and Lennox
- Alice and Alexander
- Alice and Briggs
- Alice and Isaac
- Alice and Levi
- Alice and Thomas
- Alice and Jasper
- Alice and Ambrose
- Alice and Brooks
- Alice and Kylo
- Alice and Sawyer
- Alice and Albert
- Alice and Archer
- Alice and Ezekiel
- Alice and Oscar
- Alice and Leo
- Alice and Walker
- Alice and Bryce
- Alice and Spencer
- Alice and Rhys
- Alice and Lorenzo
- Alice and Leon
- Alice and Landon
- Alice and Chester
- Alice and Archie
- Alice and Antony
- Alice and Elias
- Alice and Harvey
- Alice and Orion
- Alice and Ronnie
- Alice and Reggie
- Alice and Leonardo
- Alice and Adam
- Alice and Bobby
- Alice and Timothy
- Alice and Louis
- Alice and Andrew
- Alice and James
- Alice and Koda

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