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A character from Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream," bore this name.
-- Silversliver  5/3/2005
Famours bearer: Lysander Sage, friend of Charlie Bone in the 'Children of the Red King' series. Lysander has the power to summon his spiritual ancestors.
-- echo_of_the_past  7/31/2005
Lysander is the name of Harry Potter character, Luna Lovegood's future son with her future husband (Newt Scamander's grandson) Rolf. Luna's other son is named Lorcan and the two boys are twins.
-- rory  12/31/2007
A strong and lovely name.
-- Anonymous User  3/20/2008
Lesandar is also a Serbian (Slavic) name now rarely used. It means "gift of the hazelwood" from (les/lesak) "hazel" and (dar) "gift".
-- mssdm  4/28/2008
English pronunciation is "lie-SAN-dər".
-- Kate  7/18/2008
With the current popularity of Alexander, I am surprised that more parents aren't turning to Lysander as "unique" alternative to the more popular name.

It is really a quite attractive name - classic, but with a great modern feel. A cute name for a little boy, but something that would also be strong enough for a grown man.
-- Nyx  4/22/2009
Lysander Spooner was a notable 19th century American abolitionist and early individualist anarchist.
-- fallencaryatid  7/4/2009
Even though I really like the name, Lysander's meaning "a release of a man" can either be interpreted as a boy growing into a man, or something quite *wrong*.
-- erb816  8/21/2009
Lysander is a nearly-deaf potion seller in Act II of Diablo II: Lord of Desruction. He (humorously) demands to know why the player is always wasting his time, even if he hasn't been talked to yet.
-- Lily_le_Fae  12/28/2009
I just adore the name Lysander. I'm worried about teasing though. Also, I want strong and masculine name for my son and Lysander just doesn't fit that in my opinion. Right now I'm iffy about it but I do still love it.
-- Anonymous User  1/7/2011
We named our son Lysander and there has never been an issue with teasing. People often think it is Zander or Alexander when they first hear it.

We pronounce it LY-sander and when he was a toddler we called him Ly-Ly. Now that he is nine, he prefers Ly.
His older brother tried Sandy and Sander but it never took.
-- Anonymous User  10/4/2014

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