PRONOUNCED: al-eg-zan-DREEN (French), ah-lek-sahn-DREE-nə (German) [key]
Meaning & History
French and German elaborated form of ALEXANDRA
. This was the name of a Danish queen, the wife of King Christian X.
OTHER LANGUAGES: Alexandra (Ancient Greek), Aleksandra, Aleksandrina (Bulgarian), Aleksandra, Sandra, Saša (Croatian), Alexandra (Czech), Alexandra, Sandra (Danish), Alexandra, Alex, Sandra, Xandra (Dutch), Alexandra, Alex, Alexa, Alexandrea, Alexandria, Alexandrina, Alexina, Ali, Allie, Ally, Alyx, Lexa, Lexi, Lexie, Lexine, Lexy, Sandie, Sandra, Sandy, Sondra, Zandra (English), Aleksandra (Estonian), Sandra (Finnish), Alexandra (Greek), Alexandra (Greek Mythology), Alexandra, Szandra (Hungarian), Alastríona (Irish), Alessandra, Alessa, Sandra (Italian), Sandra (Latvian), Sandra (Lithuanian), Aleksandra, Sandra, Sashka (Macedonian), Alexandra, Sandra (Norwegian), Aleksandra, Ola (Polish), Alexandra, Alexandrina, Sandra (Portuguese), Alexandra, Sanda, Sandra (Romanian), Aleksandra, Alexandra, Aleksandrina, Sasha, Shura (Russian), Saundra (Scottish), Aleksandra, Sandra, Saša (Serbian), Alexandra (Slovak), Aleksandra, Sandra, Saša (Slovene), Alejandra, Ale, Alexandra (Spanish), Alexandra, Sandra, Sassa (Swedish), Oleksandra, Lesya (Ukrainian) |