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Gender Feminine
Usage Irish
Pronounced Pron. al-as-TREE-na

Meaning & History

Feminine form of ALASTAR.
Other Languages & CulturesAlexandra(Ancient Greek) Aliaksandra(Belarusian) Aleksandra, Aleksandrina, Asya, Sashka(Bulgarian) Alexandra(Catalan) Aleksandra, Sanda, Saša, Saška(Croatian) Alexandra(Czech) Alexandra(Danish) Alexandra, Alex, Xandra(Dutch) Alexandra, Alex, Alexa, Alexandrea, Alexandria, Alexandrina, Alexina, Ali, Allie, Ally, Lexa, Lexi, Lexie, Lexine, Lexy, Sandie, Sandy, Zandra(English) Aleksandra(Estonian) Alexandra, Alexandrie, Alexandrine(French) Alexandra, Alexa(German) Alexandra, Aleka(Greek) Alexandra(Greek Mythology) Alexandra, Alexa, Szandra(Hungarian) Alexandra(Icelandic) Alessandra, Alessa, Alexandra, Sandra(Italian) Aleksandra, Sanda, Santa(Latvian) Aleksandra(Lithuanian) Aleksandra, Sashka, Saška(Macedonian) Alexandra(Norwegian) Aleksandra, Ola(Polish) Alexandra, Alexandrina(Portuguese) Alexandra, Sanda(Romanian) Aleksandra, Alexandra, Aleks, Aleksandrina, Alya, Asya, Sanya, Sasha, Shura(Russian) Aleksandra, Saša, Saška(Serbian) Alexandra(Slovak) Aleksandra, Alja, Saša, Saška(Slovene) Alejandra, Ale, Alexandra(Spanish) Alexandra, Sassa(Swedish) Aleksandra, Alexandra, Oleksandra, Aleks, Lesya, Olesya, Sasha(Ukrainian)

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