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Alice

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  1. Alice(ProperNoun)

    popular in England since the Middle Ages.

    Etymology: French and English contraction of Old High German Adalheidis; from adal "noble" + heid "sort, kind".

  2. Alice(ProperNoun)

    The main character in Lewis Carroll's books Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass.

    Etymology: French and English contraction of Old High German Adalheidis; from adal "noble" + heid "sort, kind".

  3. Alice(ProperNoun)

    In various fields such as cryptography and physics, a conventional name for the person or system that sends a message to another person or system conventionally known as Bob.

    Etymology: French and English contraction of Old High German Adalheidis; from adal "noble" + heid "sort, kind".

  4. Alice(ProperNoun)

    Alice Springs, Australia.

    Etymology: French and English contraction of Old High German Adalheidis; from adal "noble" + heid "sort, kind".

Freebase

  1. Alice

    Alice is a city in and the county seat of Jim Wells County, Texas, United States, in the South Texas region of the state. The population was 19,104 at the 2010 census. Alice was established in 1888. First it was called Bandana, then Kleberg and finally Alice after Alice Gertrudis King Kleberg, the daughter of Richard King, who established the King Ranch.

CrunchBase

  1. ALICE

    ALICE (A Life Improving Concierge Experience) is a platform that allows hoteliers to provide mobile services to their guests. Through ALICE, hotel guests can remotely connect to a hotel's entire suite of services through their smartphone, whether they are on or off-premises. ALICE enables guests to access and purchase more of the services they want, whenever they want them. ALICE makes requesting and booking services such as spa treatments, room service, housekeeping requests, and restaurant reservations simple, efficient, and accessible. ALICE's innovative platform will enable hotels to connect with their customer 24/7, resulting in improved revenue as well as enhanced efficiency of daily operations and task management.As a network, ALICE will actively collect guests' preferences and behavior through their activities in all partnered hotels. Hotels will be able to better understand their guests and use this accumulated data to better serve their needs. Through ALICE, a hotel can share relevant promotions, unused services and available upgrades as they arise to specific guests with the highest chance of acting on the promotion

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  1. Spoken Corpus Frequency

    Rank popularity for the word 'Alice' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #3850

Anagrams for Alice »

  1. Celia

  2. ecila

  3. lacie

  4. ileac

How to pronounce Alice?

  1. Alex
    US English
    Daniel
    British
    Karen
    Australian
    Veena
    Indian

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Alice in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Alice in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3

Examples of Alice in a Sentence

  1. Sam Rosbottom:

    We've seen quite a lot of money in the past 72 hours for Mary - that's gone from 40/1 to 14/1, also looking at Grace at 7/1 and Alice at 10/1.

  2. Daniel Diemer:

    So it was very easy to kind of connect with a lot of parts that Alice wrote.

  3. Jeff Bock:

    'X-Men' destroyed Alice, no question, that's what happens when a spring fling attempts to go full-tilt summer blockbuster. We've seen this happen in the past and it usually doesn't work out.

  4. Mike Huckabee:

    We hate to lose Alice, but she's decided that she's I think exhausted from the campaign, if people try to read more into it than is there, they're going to be making a huge mistake.

  5. Chicago Botanic Garden:

    Alice the Amorphophallus, a sibling of Spike, surprised us all.

Images & Illustrations of Alice

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