Sandor name means defender of men


Local Origin of Name: Hungarian
From the Greek name Alexander

Meaning: ‘Defender of men’

Emotional Spectrum • Sadness is soon overcome by joy with Sandor.
Personal Integrity • You would never make a mistake placing your faith in Sandor.
Personality • Always happy, never bad, full of pep, and never sad.
Relationships • Many people will find him their best friend.
Travel & Leisure • Born to travel!
Career & Money • If money is not wasted in youth, he will handle it well as an adult.
Life’s Opportunities • A mentor in the early years will help him achieve success.

” A generous man will prosper; he who refreshes others will be refreshed. ”

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Variant name of Alexander – World
Albanian – Aleksandër, Aleksandra (feminine), Alesandër, Aesandra (feminine), Aleks, Aleksa (feminine), Aleko, Leks, Lekë, Leka, Sandër, Sandra (feminine), Leandër, Leandra (feminine), Leksandër, Lisandër, Lisandra (feminine), Skender, Skënder, Iskender
Amharic – (Eskender)
Arabic – الاسكندر / اسكندر ([al-]Iskandar)
Aragonese – Alexandre, Alixandre
Armenian – Ալեքսանդր (Aleksandr/Alexandr), Աղեքսանդր (Agheksandr), Ալեքսան (Aleksan/Alexan), Ալեք (Aleq), Ալիկ (Alik)
Asturian – Alexandru
Azerbaijani – İsgəndər (Isgandar)
Bashkir – Искәндәр (Iskәndәr)
Basque – Alesander, Alesandere (feminine), Alexander, Alexandere (feminine)
Belarusian – Аляксандp (Aliaksandr, in normative spelling), Аляксандаp (Alaksandar, in Taraškievica spelling), Алeсь (Aleś)
Bengali – Sikandar Alakshendra, Iskandar, Skandar, Alekzandar
Bulgarian – Александър (Aleksandar), Александра (Alexandra feminine), Сандо (Sando), Сашо (Sasho), Aлекс (Aleks)
Catalan – Alexandra (feminine), Alexandre, Àlex, Aleix, Sandra (feminine), Xandre
Chinese – 亞歷山大/亚历山大 (Yàlìshāndà)
Corsican – Lisandru
Croatian – Aleksandar, Saša, Aco, Aleksandra (feminine)
Czech – Alexandr, Aleš, Saša
Danish – Alexander, Alex, Alexandra (feminine)
Dutch – Alexander, Alex, Lex, Alexandra (feminine), Sander, Sandra (feminine), Xander
Emiliano-Romagnolo – Lisàndar
English – Alexander, Alec, Alex, Al, Alexis, Alexa (feminine), Alexandria (feminine), Alexandra (feminine), Eck, Lex, Lexxi, Sandra (feminine), Lexy, Lexi, Lexie, Sandy, Sasha, Xander, Xandra (feminine), Zandra (feminine), Zander
Esperanto – Aleksandro, Aleksaĉjo, Aleĉjo, Aĉjo, Alekso, Alko, Alek, Alik, Aleksandra (feminine), Aleksino (feminine), Aleksanjo (feminine), Anjo (feminine)
Estonian – Aleksander, Sander, Sandra (feminine), Sass, Aleks
Ethiopian – Eskender, Iskinder
Extremaduran – Alejandru
Faroese – Aleksandur, Aksal, Aksel, Aleks, Sandur
Filipino – Alexander, Alejandro, Alejo, Alex, Sandy, Zandro, Alexandra (feminine), Alessandra (feminine)
Finnish – Aleksanteri, Santeri, Santtu
French – Alexandre, Alexis, Alex
Galician – Alexandre, Álex
Georgian – ალექსანდრე (Aleksandre), სანდრო (Sandro), ალეკო (Aleko), ლექსო (Lekso), ალექსანდრა (Aleksandra, feminine)
German – Alexander, Alex, Alexandrine (feminine), Alexandra (female), Sascha, Sandro, Sandra (female), Xandi (unisex)
Greek – Αλέξανδρος (Aléxandros), Αλέκος (Alekos), Αλεξάνδρα (Alexandra – female), Αλέκα (Aleka)
Gujarati: એલેક્ઝાન્ડર (Ēlēkjhānḍara)
Hawaiian – Alika
Hebrew – אלכסנדר (Alexander), אלכס (Alex)
Hindi – Hindustani – Sikandar Alakshendra अलक्षेन्द्र
Hungarian – Sándor, Sanyi (Sanyika as young child)
Icelandic – Alexander, Alex, Alexis, Axel, Alexandra (feminine)
Indonesian – Iskandar
Interlingua – Alexandro
Irish (Gaeilge) – Alasandar, Alastar, Alsander
Italian – Alessandro, Ale, Alex, Sandro, Alessio, Aleandro, Alessandra (feminine), Sandra (feminine), Alessia (feminine)
Japanese – アレクサンドロス (Arekusandorosu), アレクサンダー (Arekusandā), アレキサンダー (Arekisandā)
Javanese – Alexander, Iskandar
Kazakh – Eskendir
Korean – 알렉산드로스 (Alleksandeuroseu), 알렉산더 (Alleksandeo), 알렉산더 (Allegsandeo)
Kurdish – Askander, Eskander, Îskenderê, Askanar, Aske
Kyrgyz – Искендер (İskender)
Latin – Alexander, Alexandrus
Latvian – Aleksandrs, Sandis, Sandris
Lithuanian – Aleksandras, Aleksas, Sandra (feminine)
Lombard – Lisander
Luxembourgish – Alexander, Alexandra (feminine)
Macedonian – Александар (Aleksandar), Алек (Alek), Аце (Ace), Ацо (Aco), Сашо (Sašo), Александра (Aleksandra, feminine), Сандра (Sandra, feminine), Сашка (Saška, feminine)
Malay – Iskandar
Malayalam – ചാണ്ടി (Chandy)
Maltese – Lixandru
Mandarin Chinese – Yalishanda or Alishanda
Manx – Alastar, Alister
Marathi – Alakshendra (अलक्षेन्द्र), Sikandar, अलेक्झांडर (Alēkjhāṇḍara)
Mirandese – Alxandre
Mongolian: Александр (Alyeksandr)
Nepali: सिकन्दर (Sikandara)
Norwegian – Aleksander, Alek, Alexander, Alex, Sander, Alexandra (feminine)
Occidental – Alexandro
Occitan – Alexandre
Persian – اسكندر (Eskandar). Middle Persian: Aleksandar
Polish name – Aleksander, Alek, Olek, Aleks
Portuguese – Alexandre, Xandre, Alexandra (feminine), Alexandro (rare), Alex, Sandro, Sandra (feminine), Alessandro, Alessandra (feminine)
Punjabi: ਸਿਕੰਦਰ (Sikadara)
Romanian — Alexandru, Alexandra (feminine), Alex, Alexe, Sandu, Sanda (feminine), Sandra (feminine), Alecu, Aleca (feminine), Lisandru, Sașa
Russian — Александр (Aleksandr), Александра (Aleksandra, feminine), Алик (Alik, male), Аля (Alia, male and feminine), Саша (Sasha), Шурик (Shurik), Саня (Sanya)
Sanskrit language – Alakshendra(अलक्षेन्द्र), Aliksundara, Ilukshendra
Scots Gaelic – Alasdair, Alastair, Alistair, Alisdair, Aldair, Ally, Ali, Al
Serbian – Александар (Aleksandar), Алекса (Aleksa), Алекс (Aleks), Алек (Alek), Лексо (Lekso), Саша (Saša), Сале (Sale), Ацa (Aca), Ацо (Aco), Александра (Aleksandra, feminine), Сандра (Sandra, feminine), Сашка (Saška, feminine) or Бранко, Бранило (Branko, Branilo) derived from бранити (from Greek: Αλέξανδρος which means to defend)
Sicilian – Alissandru
Sinhala – Ishkander
Old Church Slavonic – Алєѯандръ (Aleksandr, Alexandr)
Slovak – Alexander
Slovene – Aleksander, Aleks, Sandi, Sašo
Spanish – Alejandro, Alexandro, Alejo, Álex, Ale, Jandro, Jano, Cano, Lisandro, Sandro, Alejandra (feminine), Lisandra (feminine), Sandra (feminine)
Swedish – Alexander, Alex, Alexandra (feminine)
Tamil – Aleksandar, அலெக்சாண்டர் (Alekcāṇṭar)
Telugu – Alexandaru, అలెగ్జాండర్ (Alegjāṇḍar)
Thai – อเล็กซานเดอร์ (Aleksāndə̄[r] (Aleksandar)), อเล็กซานเด (Xlĕksānde)
Turkish – İskender
Ukrainian — Олександр (Olexandr, Oleksandr), Олекса (Oleksa, Olexa), Сашко (Sashko), Олесь (Oles’)
Urdu – Pakistani – الیگزینڈر, سکندر (Sikandar) or اسكندر (Eskandar)
Uzbek – Iskandar
Venetian – Alessandro
Vietnamese – Alêchxăngđrơ, A-Lịch-Sơn
Võro – Aleksandri
Welsh – Alecsander, Alisander
West Frisian – Aleksander
Yiddish – סענדער – Sender, Senderl, אלעקסאנדער (ʼlʻqsʼndʻr)

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