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- From the Greek verb "alexein", to protect, Alexis is a derivative of Alexander, but took his autonomy very early. In the United States and several English-speaking countries, Alexis is a female given name. In France, on the contrary, it is almost exclusively male, but some little girls wear it. It is very common in Russia.
- In the eleventh century, the legend of a young and rich Roman of the fifth century, gone to the East in search of God, was an immense success. Today, for the celebration, we refer more to Alexis Falconieri, founder of the 13th century Servants of Mary.
- His party: February 17 with Alexis or April 22 with Alexander.
- Its derivatives: Alessi, Alex, Alejo, Alexei, Alexa ...