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Origin: Spain
Region Origin: Southern Europe

Alicia is a feminine given name with a rich history and multiple origins. It is primarily of German, Spanish, and Latin origin, and it is a variant of Alice, which means "noble" or "exalted". The name has its roots in Old German, specifically the name Adalheidis, which means "noble kind" or "of noble nature". Alicia is the Latinized version of the German name Alice and eventually became Alicia during the Spanish adoption of the name. The name Alicia has gained popularity over the years, with numerous variations in spelling, such as Aleesha, Alysha, and Alecia. It is associated with nobility and honor, and it has been used for various characters in popular culture, including Alicia Testarossa in Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha and Alicia Charlotte in the anime Aikatsu Friends!.

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