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Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Allison"

People with the first name "Allison"

Allison Abraham-Kirby Allison Alexander Allison Banks Allison Barnett Allison Becker Allison Blair Allison Bowen Allison Bowman Allison Brock Allison Bullock Allison Burgett Allison Bush Allison Caffyn Allison Caldwell Allison Cameron Allison Cannon Allison Cavanaugh Allison Chambers Allison Collins Allison Cooper Allison Cunningham Allison Dean Allison Defer Allison Delvecchio Allison Disalvo Allison Drake Allison Dukar Allison Duthie Allison Earle Allison Fink Allison Fletcher Allison Fox Allison Gammons Allison Gordon Allison Grabenhorst Allison Graham Allison Gray Allison Greene Allison Grosh Allison Haidostian Allison Hailes Allison Henderson Allison Herz Allison Hopkins Allison Howland Allison Hudson Allison Hurley Allison Inouye Allison Irwin Allison Jablonko Allison Jacobs Allison Joseph Allison Kates Allison Kern Allison King Allison Koborssi Allison Kwah Allison Lang Allison Lee Allison Long Allison Lopez Allison Lorch Allison Lozano Allison Ludema Allison Mccormick Allison Mendoza Allison Miller Allison Morgan Allison Morris Allison Myers Allison Oquendo Allison Petersen Allison Phua Allison Pochapin Allison Potscavage Allison Putt Allison Pyster Allison Quinn Allison Reed Allison Reeves Allison Reid Allison Richardson Allison Rodriguez Allison Rose Allison Ryff Allison Schloss Allison Tiller Allison Tjemsland Allison Todd Allison Tripp Allison Trujillo Allison Wagner Allison Walker Allison Walker Wilson Allison Ward Allison Wells Allison Wilfong Allison Willis Allison Woodard Allison Zelasney

Information about "Allison"

For this Allison there are 15486 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 462.

During the last seven days Allison was searched for 269 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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