- (given name, male, from Greek, ), most famously held by Wikipedia:Alexander the Great, Alexander the Great.
Etymology: From Latin Latin, Alexander < Ancient Greek (polytonic, á) (Alexandros) < (polytonic, á) (alexÅ) "I defend" + (polytonic, á) (andros), genitive of (polytonic, á) (anÄr) "man"
- French: Alexandre
- Italian: Alessandro
- Spanish: Alejandro
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