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The number of the name Alexander is 9. It is considered the number of strength, success, perfection and superiority. The largest prime number. It has a positive effect on Alexander, gives him the energy of good luck, which is important. https://namehistory.su/aleksandr/
Weird spelling... crumpled-up and trashy. Feels like some letters were lost. Aleksandra is okay, even pretty, but this one... I don't know... Maybe it should be AleksandEr?
Aleksandr Skarsgard is the actor who played Tarzan.
A famous bearer of this name was Aleksandr Nikolayevich Skriabin (1871 - 1915), main composer and pianist of the Russian symbolist movement. Scriabin was one of the most innovative and most controversial of early modern composers. The Great Soviet Encyclopedia said of Scriabin that "no composer has had more scorn heaped on him or greater love bestowed." Leo Tolstoy described Scriabin's music as "a sincere expression of genius". Scriabin had a major impact on the music world over time, and influenced composers such as Igor Stravinsky, Sergei Prokofiev, and Nikolai Roslavets.
Aleksandr Vitalyevich Mikhaylov is a Russian football player. He plays for FC Chertanovo Moscow. He made his debut in the Russian Professional Football League for FC Chertanovo Moscow on 30 May 2016 in a game against FC Lokomotiv Liski.
Aleksandr Anatolyevich Kerzhakov is a Russian international association football striker who currently plays for FC Zürich on loan from Russian Premier League club Zenit St. Petersburg and the Russia national football team.
The name Aleksander is in Albanian geg dialect, dialect of Dardania (today Kosovo). A-le-x(ks)i-andër means born like a dream.
Need this name so badly, it may be common in Russia! But it's a great name way better than the one I have now. I will change my name when I'm old enough.
What a FABULOUSLY TREMENDOUSLY AMAZING (!) name! Just LOVE it!
This was the name of the Grand Prince of Novgorod, Aleksandr Nevsky (nicknamed this after defeating the Swedes on the River Neva).
There is an old Russian saying that "Every woman has her own Aleksandr," just one example of how popular this name has been in Russia.
Aleksandr has almost hundreds of nicknames, pet names and diminutives, including - Sasha and Lyosha, of course, but also Shusha, Shuya, Shurik, Sanya, Shura, Leksa, Alek, Alechka, Alchik, Leksya, Sanik, Shanik, Shasha... and many more, for various levels of friendship and familiarity.

My favourite is Shurik. It was made famous as the nickname of the protagonist of a Soviet comedy, and many Aleksandrs of that time wanted to be nicknamed Shurik, or so I'm told. A teacher of mine has a son named Aleksandr they call Shurik, and he's named for this protagonist.

Aleksandr is very, very common in Russia. Moreover, apparently it's bouncing back as an extremely popular name choice for Russian baby boys.
Aleksandr is also the Armenian form of Alexander; in Armenia, the name is written as:
Ալեքսանդր [noted -ed]
Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn was a Russian author. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1970.
Aleksandr Ovechkin (usually just spelled Alexander) is a famous Russian ice hockey player on the Washington Capitals of the NHL.
A famous bearer is actor Aleksandr Minayev, born 10th April 1967, Kazovce in Siberia, USSR.
This name is very widespread among the Russian men. I think the most of people in Russia have 5-10 acquaintances or friends named Aleksandr. Personally I don't like this name because it is very popular in my country.
A famous bearer is Russian actor Aleksandr Minajev.
It seems to be one of the most common names in Russia, I know at least 12 Sashas, Shuras, Shuriks and Aleks. But it is still a pretty name!
LOVE the spelling! It makes the name Alexander SO much better! I can't stop saying how much I ADORE this spelling!
A pet form for Aleksandr is Shúrik.
This is a name of two Russian Tzars, Aleksandr I and Aleksandr II.
In addition: and Aleksandr III. All these tzars ruled in 19th century.
Aleksandr I and Aleksandr II are known as reformators and charismatic and versatile personalities.
Aleksandr I won against Napoleon Bonapart.
Aleksandr II emancipated the serfs.
Strange spelling but kind of cool.

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