Alison facts for kids
Alison is a female given name that has many kinds of spellings. It was originally in medieval Norman. It was derived from the name Alice. The name was first recorded in Scotland in the 12th century. The variant spelling Allison ranked 228 for female names for the United States in 1990, and was the 45th most popular for girls between 2005 and early 2010s. As Allison, the name was used for tropical storms for 1989, 1995 and 2001. The 2001 tropical storm was incredibly damaging, which in turn caused the name to be retired the following year.
Alison can be used in other cases:
- Alison, New South Wales
- Alison Sound, an inlet on the Central Coast of British Columbia, Canada.
- Point Alison, Alberta, a summer village in Alberta, Canada.
- "Alison", 1994 single by Slowdive
- "Alison" (song), song by Elvis Costello
- "Alison", song by French former child pop star Jordy Lemoine
- "Alison Hell", song by Annihilator
- "Alison's Starting To Happen", song by The Lemonheads from the album It's a Shame about Ray
- "Alison's the Bomb", song by The Huntingtons
- Alison, aka Excuse Me, a 1975 album by Australian singer Alison MacCallum
- Sweet Alison, a flowering plant
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