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Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Allison"

People with the first name "Allison"

Allison Abbensetts Allison Abell Allison Abesamis Allison Adkison Allison Anderson Allison Appell Allison Barton Allison Beaven Allison Bell Allison Berry Allison Bottomley Allison Boyd Allison Bradley Allison Cadle-Adams Allison Cagle Allison Carhart Allison Carr Allison Chavez Allison Chou Allison Clay Allison Collen Allison Colon Allison Conley Allison Cusano Allison Davidson Allison Dawson Allison Donnelly Allison Epstein Allison Eschweiler Allison Flowers Allison Fortier Allison Frank Allison Fry Allison Gandre Allison Gergley Allison Gerrity Allison Giddings Allison Glenn Allison Gonzalez Allison Grant Allison Green Allison Gregory Allison Guillen Allison Hain Allison Hampton Allison Hannigan Allison Heymann Allison Hite Allison Hope Allison Hostetler Allison Hotka Allison Houde Allison Howell Allison J. Wade Allison Jackovitz Allison Jara Allison Katzman Allison Kauppinen Allison Kreutzjans Allison Kroha Allison Lengel Allison Lloyd Allison M. Luse Allison Magill Allison May Allison Medina Allison Morales Allison Muir Allison Murphy Allison O'toole Allison Odonnell Allison Olsen Allison Ortiz Allison Palmer Allison Pape Allison Pastor Romero Allison Pennell Allison Philhower Allison Pitt Allison Randall Allison Reyes Allison Robair Allison Roberson Allison Rodgers Allison Romero Allison Root Allison Roy Allison Steffins Allison Stewart Allison Sweeney Allison Taft Allison Tarr Allison Teetzel-Butler Allison Trent Allison Wallace Allison Walton Allison Wigman Allison Wiley Allison Zayas Allison De Ferry

Information about "Allison"

For this Allison there are 12438 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 460.

During the last seven days Allison was searched for 171 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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