Alaysia: Meaning, Popularity, Origin of Baby Name Alaysia
Origin of the name Alisha:
Variant of Alice, a name that has evolved through a series of variants of the Germanic Adalheidis, a compound name composed of the elements adal (noble, nobility) and heid (kind, sort): hence, "noble one." Adalheidis was contracted to Adalheid, which the French changed to Adelaide, then contracted to Adaliz, and contracted yet again to Aaliz, Alia, and Alix. The English then changed the spelling to Aeleis, Alys, and eventually to Alice.
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I NAMED MY DAUGHTER WHO IS AFRICAN AMERICAN THIS NAME TO GO ALONG WITH HER PREDOMINATLY HISPANIC LAST NAME FERNANDEZ, SO THAT AT LEAST ON PAPER IT FITS. THE ENDING "SIA" IS AN ENDING COMMONLY USED IN HISPANIC CULTURE.
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LAYSIA, LAY-LAY, BOOGIE
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alaysia means moon goddess and its arabic
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A SONG WRITTEN BY FLORINE FOSTER FOR HER GRANDDAUGHTER ALAYSIA. "LAYSIA-LAYSIA-LAYSIA, OH HOW I LOVE ALAYSIA"