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Alexzandra - Name Meaning, Origin & Popularity

Spelling of Alexzandra
A-L-E-X-Z-A-N-D-R-A, is a 10-letter female given name.
Pronunciation of Alexzandra
Al eks an dra
Meaning of Alexzandra
Defending men.
Origin of Alexzandra
The name 'Alexzandra' is a variant of the name Alexandra, which has Greek origins. Alexandra is derived from the Greek name Alexandros, which is composed of the elements 'alexin', meaning 'to defend', and 'andros', meaning 'man'. Therefore, the name 'Alexzandra' can be interpreted as 'defender of man' or 'protector of mankind. '

The earliest known use of the name Alexandra can be traced back to ancient Greece, where it was used as a feminine form of Alexander. Alexander the Great, the famous military leader, had a sister named Alexandra, which contributed to the popularity of the name.
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Popularity of Alexzandra
The popularity of the name 'Alexzandra' has fluctuated over time. In the early 20th century, it was not a widely used name. However, in recent decades, it has gained more recognition and popularity. While it may not be as common as some other names, it has seen notable spikes in usage in certain years.
Alexzandra currently has 2 likes, and is in the top 15% of liked girl's names. The name Abayomi is slightly more popular than Alexzandra.

Etymology of Alexzandra

As mentioned earlier, the name 'Alexzandra' has Greek origins. The Greek name Alexandros is composed of the elements 'alexin', meaning 'to defend', and 'andros', meaning 'man'. The name carries a strong and empowering meaning, representing strength, protection, and the defense of others.

Cultural Significance of Alexzandra

The name 'Alexzandra' does not have any specific cultural significance associated with it. However, in many cultures, names that share similar meanings, such as Alexandra or Alexander, are highly regarded and often associated with leadership, bravery, and nobility. The name 'Alexzandra' carries a similar connotation, symbolizing strength and protection.