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Meaning of the Name Alexandr

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The first name Alexandr is of Russian origin. It is often a boy name. It has the following meaning(s):

Russian: Defender of Mankind (Sashenka,Shura,Shurochka)

Similar Names

Alejandro | Alekandero | Aleksander | Aleksandr | Aleksandur | Alesandro | Alessandre | Alessandri | Alessandro | Alexander |

Related Names

Alandair  (Greek)
Variant of Alexander: Defender of Men. Alexander the Great Was a Macedonian King for Whom the Egyptian City of Alexandria is Named. Eight Popes and Three Russian Emperors Have Been Named Alexander
Alandra  (Spanish)
Variant of Alexandra: Defender of Mankind
Alastrina  (Irish)
Alexandrina (Alestriona)
Alex  (Greek)
Diminutive of Alexandra: a Feminine Form of Alexander Meaning Defender of Men, Used in Britain. British King Edward Vii's Wife Princess Alexandra of Denmark
Alexa  (Greek)
Feminine Form of Alexander: Defender of Men, Helper. Alexander the Great Was a Macedonian King for Whom the Egyptian City of Alexandria is Named
Alexander  (Greek)
Defender of Men. Alexander the Great Was a Macedonian King for Whom the Egyptian City of Alexandria is Named. Eight Popes and Three Russian Emperors Have Been Named Alexander
Alexandra  (Greek)
Helper of Men, Another Form is Alexandrina, Passionate, Bold, Enterprising
Alexandra  (Greek)
Protector of Mankind
Alexandra  (Scottish)
Helper of the Mankind; Popular Name Derived from the Greek Alexandros. Pet Names: Sandy, Lexy. (Alek-san-drah)
Alexandra  (English)
Feminine of Alexander. Defender of Mankind
Alexandra  (Russian)
Defender of Mankind
Alexandra  (Swedish)
Defender of Man
Alexandra  (Italian)
Defender of Man
Alexandra  (Hungarian)
Defender of Man
Alexandra  (Greek)
A Feminine Form of Alexander Meaning Defender of Men, Used in Britain; it Became Popular After the Marriage of the Marriage of Future King Edward Vii to Princess Alexandra of Denmark
Alexandras  (Greek)
Defender of Man
Alexandre  (Latin)
Defender of Man
Alexandre  (Greek)
Variant of Alexander: Defender; Protector of Mankind. Famous Bearer: Alexander the Great
Alexandre  (Arthurian Legend)
Nephew of King Mark
Alexandre  (French)
French Form of Alexander
Alexandrea  (Greek)
Feminine of Alexander. Defender of Mankind
Alexandrea  (English)
Feminine of Alexander. Defender of Mankind
Alexandria  (Greek)
Variant of Alexandra: a Feminine Form of Alexander Meaning Defender of Men, Used in Britain; it Became Popular After the Marriage of the Marriage of Future King Edward Vii to Princess Alexandra of Den
Alexandria  (English)
Feminine of Alexander. Defender of Mankind
Alexandria  (Greek)
Defender of Mankind
Alexandria  (Latin)
Defender of Man
Alexandriana  (Latin)
Defender of Man
Alexandrina  (English)
Feminine Form of Greek Alexander Meaning Defender of Man, Common in Britain. Queen Victoria's First Name Was Alexandrina
Alexandrina  (Greek)
Variant of Alexandra: a Feminine Form of Alexander Meaning Defender of Men, Used in Britain; it Became Popular After the Marriage of Future King Edward Vii to Princess Alexandra of Denmark
Alexandrine  (Latin)
Defender of Man
Alexandrine  (French)
Feminine Form Alexandre
Alexandro  (Greek)
Variant of Alexander: Defender; Protector of Mankind. Famous Bearer: Alexander the Great
Alexandros  (Greek)
Defender of Man
Alexandrukas  (Greek)
Defender of Man
Alexia  (Greek)
Feminine Form of Alexander: Defender of Men, Helper. Alexander the Great Was a Macedonian King for Whom the Egyptian City of Alexandria is Named
Alexis  (French)
Feminine Form Alexandre
Alexis  (Greek)
Feminine Form of Alexander: Defender of Men, Helper. Alexander the Great Was a Macedonian King for Whom the Egyptian City of Alexandria is Named
Alick  (Greek)
Diminutive of Alexander: Defender of Men. Alexander the Great Was a Macedonian King for Whom the Egyptian City of Alexandria is Named. Eight Popes and Three Russian Emperors Have Been Named Alexander
Alix  (Greek)
Diminutive of Alexandra: a Feminine Form of Alexander Meaning Defender of Men, Used in Britain; it Became Popular After the Marriage of the Marriage of Future King Edward Vii to Princess Alexandra of
Alondra  (Spanish)
Variant of Alexandra: Defender of Mankind
Anglides  (Arthurian Legend)
Mother of Alexandre
Bellangere  (Arthurian Legend)
Son of Alexandre
Caitlin  (Latin)
Variant of Catherine: Pure, Clear. Form of the Latin Katharina, from the Greek Aikaterina. Famous Bearers: a Number of Saints, Including St Catherine of Alexandria, a Th Century Martyr Who Suffered To
Caitlin  (French)
Variant of Catherine: Pure, Clear. Form of the Latin Katharina, from the Greek Aikaterina. it Was Borne by a Number of Saints, Including St Catherine of Alexandria, a Th Century Martyr Who Suffered To
Casey  (Latin)
Diminutive of Catherine: Pure, Clear. Form of the Latin 'Katharina', from the Greek 'Aikaterina'. it Was Borne by a Number of Saints, Including St Catherine of Alexandria, a Th Century Martyr Who Suff
Cath  (Latin)
Diminutive of Catherine: Pure, Clear. Form of the Latin 'Katharina', from the Greek 'Aikaterina'. it Was Borne by a Number of Saints, Including St Catherine of Alexandria, a Th Century Martyr Who Suff
Catharine  (Latin)
Pure, Clear. Form of the Latin 'Katharina', from the Greek 'Aikaterina'. it Was Borne by a Number of Saints, Including St Catherine of Alexandria, a Th Century Martyr Who Suffered Torture on a Spiked
Catherine  (Latin)
Pure, Clear. Form of the Latin 'Katharina', from the Greek 'Aikaterina'. it Was Borne by a Number of Saints, Including St Catherine of Alexandria, a Th Century Martyr Who Suffered Torture on a Spiked
Catherine  (French)
Pure, Clear. Form of the Latin Katharina, from the Greek Aikaterina. it Was Borne by a Number of Saints, Including St Catherine of Alexandria, a Th Century Martyr Who Suffered Torture on a Spiked Whee
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