Alix: Meaning, Popularity, Origin of Baby Name Alix
Origin of the name Alexandra:
Derived from the Greek Alexandros, a male compound name composed of the elements alexein (to defend, to help) and andros (man).
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In school teachers alwasy thought I was a boy and they just misspelled my name. I absolutely hated my name until I was around 12. Now, I love having a unique name. But if I had a quarter for every time I heard what's it short for? I'd be a millionaire. I say "nothing" they reply "Alexandra, Alexis??" I say "no, its just Alix" they say "not at all? are you sure?"
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This name is an medieval French form of Alice, itself derived from the Germanic Adalheidis ("of noble kind").
Princess Alix of Hesse, who was named after her mother Princess Alice of England (daughter of Queen Victoria) took the name Alexandra when she became Empress of Russia and converted to Orthodoxy, but the two names are not directly related.
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Alix of France, daughter of Louis VII and Eleanor of Aquitaine.
Princess Alix of Hesse, who upon her marriage to Nicholas II became Alexandra, the last Empress of Russia.
Alix, Princess of Ligne, daughter of Grand Duchess Charlotte of Luxembourg
Alix Kates Shulman, American novelist, essayist, and feminist
Alix Dobkin, American singer-songwriter, pioneer in women's music.
Alix Olson, American poet.
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"The Adventures of Alix" is a popular Franco-Belgian comic series (the name here is given to a man).