OLEK
GENDER: Masculine
PRONOUNCED: AW-lek (Polish)   [key]
Meaning & History
Ukrainian short form of OLEKSANDR or OLEKSIY
Related Names
OTHER LANGUAGES: Aleksander, Skender (Albanian), Alexander, Alexandros, Alexios, Alexius (Ancient Greek), Iskandar (Arabic), Aleksandr (Armenian), Alesander (Basque), Aleksei, Aleksey, Alexei, Alexey, Aliaksei (Belarusian), Alexander (Biblical), Alexandros (Biblical Greek), Aleksandar, Sasho (Bulgarian), Aleix, Alexandre, Àlex (Catalan), Aleksandar, Aljoša, Sandi, Saša (Croatian), Alexandr, Alexej, 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, Aleksi, Ale, Samppa, Santeri, Santtu (Finnish), Alexandre, Alexis, Alex, Sacha (French), Aleixo, Alexandre (Galician), Aleksandre, Sandro (Georgian), Alexander, Alexis, Alex, Sascha (German), Alexandros, Alexis (Greek), Alexander, Alexandros (Greek Mythology), Alexander, Elek, Sándor, Sanyi (Hungarian), Iskandar (Indonesian), Eskandar (Iranian), Alastar (Irish), Alessandro, Alessio, Ale, Sandro (Italian), Aleksandras (Lithuanian), Aleksandar, Ace, Sasho (Macedonian), Aleksander, Alexander, Sander (Norwegian), Sikandar (Pashto), Aleixo, Alexandre, Alex, Xandinho (Portuguese), Alexandru, Sandu (Romanian), Aleksandr, Aleksei, Aleksey, Alexei, Alexey, Alyosha, Lyosha, Sasha, Shura (Russian), Alasdair, Alastair, Alistair, Alister, Ally, Sawney (Scottish), Aleksandar, Saša (Serbian), Alexander, Alexej, Aleš (Slovak), Aleksander, Aleksej, Aleks, Aleš, Aljoša, Sandi, Saša, Sašo (Slovene), Alejandro, Alejo, Ale (Spanish), Alexander, Sander (Swedish), İskender (Turkish), Sikandar (Urdu), Sender (Yiddish)
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