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Name Alisson - Meaning of origin

Name Alisson - Meaning of origin


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Origin of first name:

Anglo-Saxon

Meaning of the name:

Alisson is the Anglo-Saxon form of the name Alice, which is a phonetic evolution of Adelaide. The latter comes from the German words "adal-" and "haid", meaning respectively "noble" and "heath", which gives "noble lineage".

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Filipina skater Alison Krystle Perticheto, actress and British singer Allyson Brown (Bear Behaving Badly), 400m American athlete Allyson Michelle Felix, the most successful female athlete in the history of the Olympic Games, French actress Alysson Paradis, sister of Vanessa Paradis ...

Alison's patron saint is Alice, also known as Adelaide. She was the wife of Othon the Great, founder of the Holy Roman Empire. Remained widowed in 973, she reigned with wisdom. Very pious, she died serving the poor in a monastery near Strasbourg.

His character :

Alisson is intelligent and very curious. She is interested, critical and has an analytical mind ... sometimes creaky. She is tolerant, friendly, generous and is active in doing good around her. Hyper-sensitive, she also knows how to be eccentric. She is an enemy of the routine, half cicada, half ant, who likes to enjoy the pleasures of this world. Because of her personality, Alisson is perfect in thinking professions like scientific research and can also be illustrated in the world of fashion thanks to its avant-garde spirit.

Derivatives:

Alice, Alysson, Allison, Alicia

His party :

December 16th

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