(variations include Allan, Allen)
"of good cheer, harmonious, handsome"
of this name have an innate ability to communicate with everyone.
They have something of importance to say, and they should work to
prevent any inhibition in speech. There is usually an ability to
perceive and synthesize group energy, and they can be the key to
true group harmony and group effort.
The secondary vowel and its sound-in all variations of this
name-deals with the throat chakra, and reinforces those energies
and lessons associated with it. Learning to assimilate knowledge
and express it uniquely is important. Alans may not always be
taken as intelligent as they truly are because they communicate
in a light, cheerful manner. The somber, serious attitudes toward
knowledge that are prevalent in society tend to cause
misjudgments about these individuals, who manifest the lighter
aspects of life, knowledge and life circumstances.