Alandra, Alastrina, Alastriona, Alejanda, Alejandra, Alejandrina, Aleka, Alekanederina, Alek, Alexander, Cassandra, Alessandra, Alejandra, Alejandria, AlexandriaAleksandra (Russian), Alexandrine (German), Alejandra (Spanish), Alexandrina (Portugese), Alexandrie (French), Alexandrina (English)
Alexandra Papaioannou, Alexandra sommer, Alexandra Horn, Alexandra Costa, Alexandra Samaras
Alexandra (Greek) is the feminine form of the given name Alexander, which is a romanization of the Greek name (Alexandros). Etymologically, the name is a compound of the Greek verb (alexein) "to defend" and the noun (andros), genitive of (anÄ“r) "man". Thus it may be roughly translated as "protector of man".
Nobel defender of mankind.
very popular in Britain after the Prince of Wales -later Edward VII- married the Danish PrincessAlexandra in 1863. Used in the English royal family
This name has been taken from the Greek name Aléxandros, which is a compiled form of the word “alexō” means “To avert” and the noun “Andros”, which is a genitive of “anēr” means man.
A Russian pet form of Klara and Larissa, Lara is also bestowed as an independent given name.
a French-Canadian soprano, and sings principally opera. She was born in Canada and raised in Marseilles, France.A winner of the Metropolitan Opera Council Auditions at 21, she entered the Metropolitan Opera Lindemann Young Artist program the following season. She made her debut at the Metropolitan Opera as the High Pristess in Aida at age 24. She has since appeared in a wide ranging number of roles, including:Elettra (Idomeneo); Konstanze (Die Entfhrung aus dem Serail); La Contessa d'Almaviva (Le nozze di Figaro); Fiordiligi (Cos Fan Tutte); Donna Anna (Don Giovanni) The First Lady (Die Zauberflte); Anna (Nabucco); Musetta (La Boheme); Echo (Ariadne auf Naxos); Tytania (A Midsummer Night's dream).
was a German photographer, who immigrated to the United States to escape Nazi Germany.She spent parts of her life in Berlin (1925-1935), New York City (1935-1955), and New Hampshire (1955-1990). She photographed such people as Albert Einstein, Thomas Mann, Robert Frost, Marc Chagall, Eleanor Roosevelt, Alfred Stieglitz, J.D. Salinger, Paul Robeson, May Sarton, Pauline Koner, Berenice Abbott and Edward Steichen.
Alexandra Name also appears in following Origin(s): Greek, Italian, Spanish, French, Czech, German, Dutch, Hungarian, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovic, Russian
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