SANDER
GENDER: Masculine
PRONOUNCED: SAHN-dər (Dutch)   [key]
Meaning & History
Dutch and Scandinavian short form of ALEXANDER
Related Names
VARIANTS: Alex, Lex, Xander (Dutch)
OTHER LANGUAGES: Aleksander, Skender (Albanian), Alexander, Alexandros (Ancient Greek), Iskandar (Arabic), Aleksandr (Armenian), Alesander (Basque), Alexander (Biblical), Alexandros (Biblical Greek), Aleksandar, Sasho (Bulgarian), Alexandre, Àlex (Catalan), Aleksandar, Sandi, Saša (Croatian), Alexandr, Aleš (Czech), Alexander, Al, Alec, Alex, Lex, Sandy, Xander, Zander (English), Aleksandro, Aleĉjo (Esperanto), Aleksander (Estonian), Aleksanteri, Ale, Samppa, Santeri, Santtu (Finnish), Alexandre, Alex (French), Alexandre (Galician), Aleksandre, Sandro (Georgian), Alexander, Alex (German), Alexandros (Greek), Alexander, Alexandros (Greek Mythology), Alexander, Sándor, Sanyi (Hungarian), Iskandar (Indonesian), Alastar (Irish), Alessandro, Ale, Sandro (Italian), Aleksandras (Lithuanian), Aleksandar, Aca, Ace, Aco, Sasho (Macedonian), Sikandar (Pashto), Eskandar (Persian), Aleksander, Olek (Polish), Alexandre, Alex, Xande, Xandinho (Portuguese), Alexandru, Sandu (Romanian), Aleksandr, Sasha, Shura (Russian), Alasdair, Alastair, Alistair, Alister, Ally, Sawney (Scottish), Aleksandar, Aca, Aco, Saša (Serbian), Alexander, Aleš (Slovak), Aleksander, Aleks, Aleš, Sandi, Saša, Sašo (Slovene), Alejandro, Ale (Spanish), İskender (Turkish), Oleksander, Oleksandr, Olek (Ukrainian), Sikandar (Urdu), Sender (Yiddish)
Popularity
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