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The name Allison is a baby girl name. The name Allison comes from the English origin. In English The meaning of the name Allison is: Variant of Alice: Of the nobility. From the German Adalheidis meaning nobility, and the French Adeliz which is a form of Adelaide.

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Boy or Girl ?: girl
Origin of name: English
Meaning: Variant of Alice: Of the nobility. From the German Adalheidis meaning nobility, and the French Adeliz which is a form of Adelaide.
Expression number: 1
SoulUrge Number: 7
Average Visitor Rating: 4.51 (Out of 5)
Number of ratings: 80

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love it
written by alison, November 23, 2007
i love my name and i couldnt have a more beautiful name even though my name is only spelled with one 'L' i still love it spelled with two..
I LOVE this name
written by girlliegirl, November 24, 2007
I thnk its a beautiful name. I prefer the spelling of Alison.
i luverz this name
written by allison, December 02, 2007
i love my name its so adorable
great name
written by allison, December 17, 2007
Allison is really a great name, but I have to add that it really is spelled right with two L's and an I.
Totally Agree
written by Allison, December 27, 2007
My name is Allison...spelled with 2 "L"s and an "I". I absolutely HATE it when people spell it wrong. Because most people spell my name... Alyson. Who spells it like that?
written by Ally, January 05, 2008
My name is spelt Allyson. With 2 L's and a Y. I love it
written by Desirae, February 07, 2008
people spell my name different too. sometimes its desiree or desiray. love your own name and be glad u don't have someone else's who spells it the way you hate it.
written by penalopy, February 26, 2008
I think this name is uniqe and sweet . Thats why it is a great name for my little girl .
This is the one.
written by Elenor, February 29, 2008
We have decided on this name for our little girl. It's a beautiful name that transitions very well from a little girl to teenager to adulthood.
I love my name
written by Miss Allison, March 03, 2008
my dad loved the name and it sure fits me "allison" nickname is "allie" or "alliecat" or "al" go from baby to teen to adult ...this name fits them all!!
i love it
written by mrs clinton, March 20, 2008
I love this name Allison, My husband name is Al,and he really wanted a son. so why not name her Allison.
written by Allison, April 14, 2008
I used to hate my name when I was in school.. There were soo many Allisons! It has grown on me, but I never get called anything for short. Always Allison. I think it make it more unique because you can shorten a lot of names to Ally or Al.
different spelling
written by alison, August 24, 2008
i have seen it spelled allison, alison, alyson, allyson, alycen. mine is alison but the stroy goes if i was a boy my mother was gonna name me allison after her male cousin but i suprised all and was a girl. so she dropped one of the ls
Different spellings, and my opinion
written by Allison, August 30, 2008
my name is allison. and i love my name but hate that people spell it wrong all the time! at my church camp this year on my name tag they spelled it: aleyson! i'd never seen that spelling! I've seen those to spellings and these: alison allyson, alyson, alleson, aleson, and allason. My dad wanted to spell my name Allyson, but as usual, my mom won.
My cousin's name :)
written by Alyssa, July 26, 2009
Her name is Allison Louise, Louise being my grandma's middle name. She's 8, I love it! I hate when people spell it Alison, it just doesn't look right! And I hate it spelled Alyson!

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