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Alice Name Meaning And Origin

Alice Name Meaning And Origin

 

Alice

Origin: Greek, German

Meaning: Truthful, Noble

Pop Culture: Famous American authors include Alice Sebold (The Lovely Bones) and Alice Walker; Walker won the Pulitzer Prize for the novel The Color Purple. In other literature, there is Lewis Carroll’s novel Alice's Adventures in Wonderland which was adapted to an animated Disney film Alice in Wonderland, and again in 2010 into a live-action film directed by Tim Burton. Beatrice Sparks wrote the infamous young adult novel Go Ask Alice. We’ve also seen characters in literature named Alice, such as Alice from Shakespeare’s Henry V, Alice Cullen from the Twilight books, and Alice Longbottom from Harry Potter (Neville Longbottom's mother). In music, there is the notable heavy metal and rock musician also known as "The Godfather of Shock Rock," Alice Cooper. Speaking of Alice Cooper, there is Betty Cooper’s mom on the hit show Riverdale. Alice in Chains is the name of a famous 90's grunge band. Alice Sophia Eve is an English actress known for her films She’s Out of My League and Star Trek Into Darkness. Lastly, we can’t forget the lovable housekeeper Alice Nelson on the classic television show The Brady Bunch played by the late Ann B. Davis.

 

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