Gender Feminine
Usage English
Pronounced Pron. SAWN-drə
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Meaning & History

Variant of Saundra. It was popularized in the English-speaking world by a character in Theodore Dreiser's novel An American Tragedy (1925) and the subsequent movie adaptation (1931).

Related Names

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

Popularity

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Entry updated November 16, 2019