PRONOUNCED: a-lek-SAWNDR (French), a-le-SHAN-dre (Galician) [key]
Meaning & History
Form of ALEXANDER
. This name was borne by the 19th-century French author Alexandre Dumas (1802-1870), who wrote 'The Three Musketeers'.
OTHER LANGUAGES: Aleksander, Skender (Albanian), Alexander, Alexandros (Ancient Greek), Iskandar (Arabic), Aleksandr (Armenian), Alesander (Basque), Alexander (Biblical), Alexandros (Biblical Greek), Aleksandar, Sasho (Bulgarian), Aleksandar, Sandi, Saša (Croatian), Alexandr, Aleš (Czech), Alexander, Aleksander, Sander (Danish), Alexander, Alex, Lex, Sander, Xander (Dutch), Alexander, Al, Alec, Alex, Lex, Sandy, Xander, Zander (English), Aleksandro, Aleĉjo (Esperanto), Aleksander (Estonian), Aleksanteri, Ale, Samppa, Santeri, Santtu (Finnish), Aleksandre (Georgian), Alexander, Alex, Sascha (German), Alexandros (Greek), Alexander, Alexandros (Greek Mythology), Alexander, Sándor, Sanyi (Hungarian), Iskandar (Indonesian), Eskandar (Iranian), Alastar (Irish), Alessandro, Ale, Sandro (Italian), Aleksandras (Lithuanian), Aleksandar, Ace, Sasho (Macedonian), Aleksander, Alexander, Sander (Norwegian), Aleksander, Olek (Polish), Alexandru, Sandu (Romanian), Aleksandr, Sasha, Shura (Russian), Alasdair, Alastair, Alistair, Alister, Sawney (Scottish), Aleksandar, Saša (Serbian), Alexander, Aleš (Slovak), Aleksander, Aleks, Aleš, Sandi, Saša, Sašo (Slovene), Alejandro, Ale (Spanish), Alexander, Sander (Swedish), İskender (Turkish), Oleksander, Oleksandr (Ukrainian)
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