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Popularity Over Time: How Many Girls Have Been Named Alivia
This chart illustrates how many Girls were named Alivia in the U.S. since 1880.
A few facts about the girl's name Alivia:
Records indicate that 17,737 girls in the United States have been named Alivia since 1880.
The greatest number of people were given this name in 2009, when 1,815 people in the U.S. were given the name Alivia. Those people are now 10 years old.
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Comments about the name Alivia
Based on the comments submitted below
11 Positive Comments
"The name is awesome to have because it makes me feel unique but people often mispronounce it or spell it wrong and that does get on my nerve but it?s still a really pretty name and Im glad my mom and dad named me that" Jul. 20, 2019:
"My best friends name is Alivia, I've always thought that it is beautiful, and I never realized that it was unusual!!!" Nov. 30, 2018:
"I named my daughter Alivia (1994). I am a well educated woman who was in her 30's. I liked the name Olivia, but the pronunciation was too harsh for my taste. I noticed that most people tended to pronounce Olivia with an "A" instead of the "O". Therefore, I chose to spell it how most people were pronouncing it, with an "A". I love this name, it has a soft sweet sound to it, and perfectly describes my daughter. A side note: Alivia in Spanish means Reliever of Pain, and again perfectly describes my daughter. She is active in causes that help relief the suffering of others." Jan. 1, 2017:
"My daughters name is Alivia and I wouldn't change it for the world. It fits her! :)" Aug. 26, 2012:
"It's my middle name. I like the soft 'ah' sound at the beginning instead of the 'oh' sound. Also, I agree that the root word "alive" is meaningful." Nov. 28, 2011:
"If I have a girl one of her middle names will be Alivia (if I can get hubby to agree). We've lost two babies in pregnancy so to honor a child with a name like Alivia which is close to the word 'alive' I think is a celebration of life." Sep. 25, 2009:
"I like the name Alivia I named my daughter a name like it Aulivia. but another name off of Olivia that seems to becoming to popular..." Feb. 21, 2008:
"I named my daughter Alivia I love the name! It sounds better begining with an a than an O!! She LOVES her name as well.. so I did A good job naming her!!!" Nov. 28, 2007:
"I really like this name. It is different than the ever popular but equally beautiful Olivia. Very pretty and very original!" Jan. 21, 2007:
"We named our daughter Alivia Ann after my wife's grandmother Ann. She was always full of life and we liked alive as the root of the name. It looks beautiful when written and spoken. We call her Ally for short." Oct. 29, 2006:
"People sometimes spell it with an o because they've never heard of it spelt with an a. This causes people to pronounce it strangely too. I've never met someone with the name Alivia" Mar. 13, 2006:
1 Negative Comment
"Just another way people are trying to make a popular name "unique"... reminds me of something a 16 year old pregnant high school drop out would name her kid... my name is Olivia, which I believe exudes much more class and old world sophistication (albeit becoming more popular by the day) than Alivia." Jul. 8, 2008:
6 Neutral Comments
"My name is Alivia,I love having this name because it?s unique.My whole family?s name started with an ?A? my parents liked the name ?Olivia? but wanted my name to have an ?A? so,they named me Alivia,and I love this name." Nov. 10, 2018:
"My name is Alivia I love it, I like how it is different and I'm the only girl in my school with that name so it's not so hard to remember. The one thing is how a few people mispronounce it by calling me Al-v-iah even though it's pronouced uh-liv-e-uh I usually just correct them.Also sometimes at the beginning of the year classmates think I'm lying about the way my name is spelt. ANYWAYS... I will always love my nmae" Jan. 1, 2017:
"I hate my name sometimes because people mistake it as "Olivia". It really gets me mad. But I love my name when people(such as adults) tell me I have a beautiful/gorgeous name. After all I'm kinda glad my mom named me Alivia instead of Olivia!" Apr. 1, 2014:
"I like the way its pronounced but not the way its spelled. Maybe that's because my name is Olivia! My nickname is Olive but here it would be Alive! LOL < 33" Jul. 25, 2007:
"Thinking of naming our baby girl this. We really like." Sep. 25, 2006:
"It's my Grand Daughters' name. She was led to believe it was "unique". Hated to burst her bubble, or her mothers, but I saw a movie one weekend in which the principal character was named Alivia. That made me do further research. My opinion is that it's another attempt to be "different" with no rewal significant meaning behind the name. In the the vanacular of the young..... "What-ever!"" Apr. 16, 2006:
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