Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Allison"

People with the first name "Allison"

Allison Aab Allison Andrews Allison Arnold Allison B Pellegrino Allison Baker Allison Barnett Allison Bego Allison Bily Allison Bowers Allison Brown Allison Butler Allison C. Dake Allison Carpenter Allison Carter Allison Casey Allison Chambers-Walker Allison Cummings Allison D. Lozano Allison Dassatti Allison Davis Allison Dawn Allison Demarais Allison Donovan Allison Doyle Allison Durkee Allison Edwards Allison Ellis Allison Evans Allison Foo Allison Foster Allison Gammon Allison Garcia Allison Garza Allison George Allison Graham Allison Griffin Allison Harris Allison Hart Allison Harvey Allison Holland Allison Hunt Allison Huntley Allison James Allison Jones Allison Jordan Allison Kaye Allison Knight Allison Kwah Allison Larkins Allison Latos Allison Lawler Allison Lenz Allison Lewis Allison Lindquist Allison Lindsay-Perkins Allison Lutz Allison Mack Allison Mathis Allison Mazza Allison Mcdonald Allison Merwin Allison Mitchell Allison Moore Allison Moran Allison Moyer Allison Murray Allison Myers-Patterson Allison Newman Allison Parker Allison Parks Allison Pember Allison Phillips Allison Pierce Allison Powell Allison Repp Allison Rhodes Allison Robinson Allison Ross Allison Scagliotti Allison Schneider Allison Smith Allison Snyder Allison Steele Allison Stokes Allison Summers Allison Tan Allison Taylor Allison Torres Allison Trotter Allison Tucker Allison Watkins Allison Wheeler Allison Wiederin Allison Wilcox Allison Williams Allison Wong Allison Wood Allison Young Allison Zeidler Allison Van Diepen
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Information about "Allison"

For this Allison there are 16116 different names on Yasni.

Most common last names for Allison are: Aab, Brown, Dalessandro

In the ranking of the most common first names Allison is on position 503.

During the last seven days Allison was searched for 20 times.

Meaning of "Allison"

Female first name (Scottish, English, French): Allison, Old French (word format); originally a medieval pet form of 'Alice' brought by the Normans to England, sometimes up to a revival in the 20th Century virtually only common in Scotland

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