Gender Feminine
Usage English
Pronounced Pron. /ˌæl.ɨk.ˈsi.nə/  [key·simplify]

Meaning & History

Feminine form of Alex, or a diminutive of Alexis.

Related Names

Masculine FormsAlex, Alexander
Other Languages & CulturesAlexandra(Ancient Greek) Aliaksandra, Alesya(Belarusian) Aleksandra, Aleksandrina, Asya, Sashka(Bulgarian) Alexandra, Alèxia(Catalan) Aleksandra, Sanda, Sandra, Saša(Croatian) Alexandra, Sandra(Czech) Alexandra, Sandra(Danish) Alexandra, Alex, Sacha, Sandra, Sascha, Xandra(Dutch) Aleksandra(Estonian) Aleksandra(Finnish) Alexandra, Alexia, Alexandrie, Alexandrine, Sandra, Sasha(French) Aleksandra(Georgian) Alexandra, Alexa, Sandra(German) Alexandra, Alexia, Aleka(Greek) Alexandra(Greek Mythology) Alexandra, Alexa, Szandra(Hungarian) Alexandra, Sandra(Icelandic) Alastríona(Irish) Alessandra, Alessia, Alessa, Sandra(Italian) Aleksandra, Sanda, Sandra, Santa(Latvian) Aleksandra, Sandra(Lithuanian) Aleksandra, Sandra, Sashka, Saška(Macedonian) Alexandra, Sandra(Norwegian) Aleksandra, Ola, Sandra(Polish) Alexandra, Alexandrina, Sandra(Portuguese) Alexandra, Alexandrina, Andra, Sanda, Sandra(Romanian) Aleksandra, Alexandra, Aleks, Aleksandrina, Alesya, Alya, Asya, Olesya, Sanya, Sasha, Sashenka, Shura(Russian) Aleksandra, Sandra, Saša(Serbian) Alexandra(Slovak) Aleksandra, Alja, Sandra, Saša, Saška(Slovene) Alejandra, Alexia, Ale, Sandra(Spanish) Alexandra, Sandra, Sassa(Swedish) Aleksandra, Alexandra, Oleksandra, Aleks, Lesya, Olesya, Sasha(Ukrainian)
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Entry updated January 22, 2019